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Gwynedd - Pant Glas

Pant Glas (Welsh for Green Hollow - literally "Blue Hollow" in modern Welsh - in Old Welsh "Glas" meant both Green and Blue) is a hamlet on the A487 road in Gwynedd, Wales. Historically in Caernarfonshire, it is located approximately 10 miles (16 km) south of Caernarfon, 9 miles (14 km) miles north-west of Porthmadog, and 10 miles (16 km) north-east of Pwllheli. Nearby is the former Pant Glas railway station, which was closed as well as the Carnarvonshire Railway in 1964.

The railway has since been replaced with the Lôn Eifion cycle track. Also nearby is the Arfon transmitting station, the tallest structure in Wales.

Welsh opera singer Bryn Terfel was brought up at Fferm Nant Cyll Ucha, located just outside the hamlet.

In February 2005, the speed limit for the A487 in Pant Glas was reduced from 50 mph (80 km/h) to 40 mph (64 km/h).   

 
Guest House/B&B Self Catering Hotel

Old School Guest House

Tel: 01286 660701

Welcome to  The Old School Guest House.

 Guests sitting room with T.V. and Video, Free Wireless Internet access, Central heating and log fires in winter, Large Garden and Grounds, Dogs accepted by prior arrangement, Ample off road parking.

Easy access ramp into the house, Most rooms are located on the ground floor on one level, Grab rails are fitted by bath, shower and toilets.

 En-suite Triple room with antique double and one single bed. 

Single room with private bathroom opposite.

Double en-suite upstairs.

Suite in the annex, sleeps 2 to 4, Cot and High Chair available and Tea and Coffee making facilities.

We offer Delicious, highly commended, home cooking, Home and local produce used, Special dietary needs can be catered for, Choice of breakfast menu and Full cooked breakfast.

  

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