The place itself is in a beautiful quiet place, called The Fairy Glen 20 minutes walk from Betws y coed.Check in is 4 pm a little on the late side, breakfast is early 8am until 8.30 am even on Sunday morning no give or take on this and you have to be out by 10.30.(although my husband had to hand his keys over at 8.30 am )Breakfast although small (1/2 tomato, 3 mushrooms with two small rashers of bacon)was ok.Yoghurt with fresh fruit was on the menu but only yoghurt given no fruit and this was all my daughter was having..The rooms did have spiders and cobwebs but it is a farm .All said this would be ok if the owners had social skills ,they only spoke to you as much as they had to.... ie at breakfast to ask what you wanted and when you arrive to give you keys there was no good- byes as you paid before you arrived.The biggest problem I had was when we got back in the evening it was late and dark and there was no light left on at all so we had to feel for key holes in the front doors ,and when we did find our way in we bumped into dining room furniture trying to find the stairs .
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- You will receive a very warm welcome from your hosts, Heather and John, on your arrival at the working farm, Cwmanog Isaf. Set in the most beautiful surroundings, at the heart of the Conwy Valley, 20 minutes stroll from Betws-y-Coed. Accommodation comprises of 2 double rooms en-suite and 1 room with a double and single and private bathroom. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Cwmanog Isaf Farm Bed And Breakfast Betws-y-Coed, Wales