Machynlleth Hotels:

Machynlleth is situated in Powys in Mid-Wales and is frequently referred to simply as Mach. Although a relatively small market town, it offers much for visitors who are looking for a quiet and quaint place to visit. The town itself dates back to ancient times and many believe that it may have once been the capital of Wales. Today, it is the home of a Bohemian community that thrives and is also home to a host of organic farming communities in the surrounding area. Visitors will find ample dining and accommodation options in Machynlleth and the local vicinity. Book Machynlleth hotels, Machynlleth Bed and Breakfasts or other Machynlleth accommodation below.
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Seabreeze Guest House
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Seabreeze Guest House
6 Bodfor Terrace, Machynlleth, LL35 0EA  Show on map
Score 9 from 147 reviews
Phone: +44 (0)1654 767449


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£75.00£75.00
 
4 Stars 
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Plas Dolguog Hotel
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Plas Dolguog Hotel
Machynlleth, SY20 8UJ  Show on map
Phone: +44 (0)1654 702244
    Fax: +44 (0)1654 702530


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£60.00£90.00
 
3 Stars
Country House Hotel
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£60.00
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Aberhiriaeth Cottage
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Aberhiriaeth Cottage
Cemmaes, Machynlleth, SY20 9AA  Show on map
Phone: +44 (0)1650 511518



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£45.00£65.00
 
4 Stars
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The Brigands Inn
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The Brigands Inn
Mallwyd, Machynlleth, SY20 9HJ  Show on map
Score 8.7 from 47 reviews
Phone: +44 (0)1650 511 999


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£55.00£55.00
 
4 Stars 
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Buckley Arms
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Buckley Arms
Snowdonia National Park, Dinas Mawddwy, Machynlleth, SY20 9LP  Show on map
Score 8.6 from 61 reviews
Phone: +44 (0)1650 531261


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£50.00£50.00
 
2 Stars 
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The Penrhos Arms
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The Penrhos Arms
Cemmaes, Machynlleth, SY20 9PR  Show on map
Score 8.3 from 11 reviews
Phone: +44 (0)1650 511 243


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£55.00£55.00
 
4 Stars 
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Ty Derw Country House B&B
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Ty Derw Country House B&B
Dinas Mawddwy, Machynlleth, SY20 9LR  Show on map
Score 9.5 from 12 reviews
Phone: +44 (0)1650 531318


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£62.00£62.00
 
5 Stars
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Plas Mawr B&B
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Plas Mawr B&B
Eglwysfach, Machynlleth, SY20 8SZ  Show on map
Score 9.1 from 19 reviews
Phone: +44 (0)1654 781286


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£70.00£70.00
 
  
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White Lion Hotel
Pentrerhedyn Street, Machynlleth, SY20 8DN  Show on map
Phone: +44 (0)1654 703455
    Fax: +44 (0)1654 703980


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Machynlleth is a welsh market town that is located within the area of Powys. The town is located within the Dyfi Valley where the A487 and the A489 intersect with each other.

The town was the area for welsh parliament in 1404 and because of this historical fact the town can claim to be the ancient capital of Wales. Despite the town claiming to be the ancient capital of Wales it has never actually been an official capital. The town did apply to be recognised as a city both in the 2000 and 2002 competition. The town hosted the National Eisteddford in 1937 and then again in 1981.

There is a long history with the town for being a settlement area. During the late 1990's the radiocarbon dating of the town showed that mining of copper had taken place within the town and also about a mile outside the town centre during the Early Bronze Age.

The Romans settled in the area and they built a small Roman fort in the area of Pennal which is located four miles to the west of Machynlleth. The town was granted Royal Charter in 1291 by Edward the first. He granted the permission to Owen de la Pole who was better known as the Lord of Powys. This permission also allowed the town to hold a market every Wednesday and also permission to hold two fairs very year. The market that is held on a Wednesday is still very popular and it has been going for over seven hundred years.

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