cadair idris with Dolgellau at the bottom

cadair idris - the place from my books exist!

Cymer Abbey - a small abbey founded in 1198 by Maredudd ap Cynan, Meirionydd, for a group of Cistercian monks. Located in Llanelltyd, Dolgellau, Gwynedd, Wales

Travel, history and heritage information about Cymer Abbey, a Abbey in Gwynedd, plus nearby accommodation and historic attractions to visit. Part of the Gwynedd Travel Guide on Britain Express.

Dolgellau For what to see in Dolgellau Follow THIS LINK http://www.pinterest.com/cadairviewlodge/visit-dolgellau/

The thriving town of Dolgellau provides an excellent base from which to tour Snowdonia. Dolgellau stands at the foot of the Cadair Idris mountain range.

My home town . . . how could it not go on this board? It is a beautiful Welsh town anyway situated at the foothills of Cader Idris but even if it wasn't it holds so many dear memories that it can be nothing but magic xx

It is a beautiful Welsh town anyway situated at the foothills of Cader Idris but even if it wasn't it holds so many dear memories that it can be nothing but magic xx

Item: Photograph of a street view in Dolgellau, Wales | Tate

‘Photograph of Lion Street, Dolgellau, Wales’, John Piper, – Tate Archive

Dolgellau: Handsome, dark-stoned market town set beneath Cadair Idris, the legendary ‘Chair of Idris’. Its narrow streets and open main square are home to a good range of inns and shops.

Dolgellau: Handsome, dark-stoned market town set beneath Cadair Idris, the legendary ‘Chair of Idris’. Its narrow streets and open main square are home to a good range of inns and shops.

Dolgellau

Dolgellau

Y Bont Fawr, Dolgellau (C) Phil Champion :: Geograph Britain and Ireland

The Big Bridge over the Afon Wnion dates from 1638 and has been widened and altered on a number of occasions. The bridge was substantially remodelled in the to accommodate the construction of the railway line at the north end.

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