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We spent a weekend as a family of 3 within a larger group of 22 of mixed ages. The hotel was a perfect base for a weekend of walking in Snowdonia and near to Tryfan - our ‘target’ mountain. The staff were very welcoming, rooms...More
I've been here a couple of times after a day walking in the mountains. It's a nice old fashioned pub, the staff are friendly and there's a good mix of locals, walkers and other tourists.
My meal was very large and filling, and good quality....More
Great hotel with comfortable rooms. The food in the the restaurant downstairs is amazing. Highly recommend the Welsh lamb. The pub has an amazing atmosphere with friendly staff and a brilliant range of real ales and single malt whisky.
A group of 14 of us stayed in the area for a couple of days and as we hadn't pre-booked anywhere to eat we struggled to find anywhere that would accommodate. We called up a couple of hours before to see if they would be...More
I really enjoyed my stay at the Tyn-y-Coed Inn. I was only there for a night, but I could have happily stayed there longer if I could have. Room was clean, spacious, and most importantly, especially if you're going to be spending your day outdoors,...More
We have just spent a five night break at the Tyn-y-coed. Not only is it a lovely comfortable hotel but the food served is superb. The choice of breakfast is vast and the quality of the produce is superb being all locally sourced. The Full...More
It made such a pleasant change to have a choice of 6 vegetarian main course items on the menu plus one on the specials board. I had veggie cottage pie and my husband had chickpea and vegetable casserole. Both meals were really good, staff friendly...More
My family visited to grab some food one evening, during a wet holiday week in North Wales. The Inn is easy to find and there is more than enough parking in the park opposite.
The building is fine and the layout was sensible with an...More
After a fine day walking in Snowdonia we decided to pop in for some much need fuel and this pub ticked all the right boxes, excellent selection of meals and nice atmosphere.
We both went for gourmet burgers my friend having Welsh Raebit as a...More