Another excellent visit to Bryn Afon. Mike and Rachael made us feel more like old friends than guests. Breakfast again lovely, full Welsh lovely and i would recommend the mushroom omelette. We stayed in room 6 at the top of the house and the views were breathtaking.
Already looking at booking again for later in the year.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Bryn Afon is an elegant Victorian house situated on the banks of the river Llugwy. We have spectacular views of the River Llugwy and the 500 year old stone Pont-y-Pair bridge where the salmon leap in late Autumn. With forest walks starting from our doorstep and with some of the finest restaurants in Betws y Coed and North Wales just 1 minute's walk away, this really is the perfect base for touring the Snowdonia National Park (or for staying locally to enjoy the beauty of Betws-y-Coed). We are able to assist guests with a variety of suggestions on places to visit – from gentle strolls to strenuous mountain walks, mountain bike trails, castles, slate mines, steam railways, gardens, lakes etc, to shopping or eating locally or finding the best local cake and coffee shop. Bryn Afon is easily accessible by public transport; Betws-y-Coed train station and the bus 'station' - both connecting to LLandudno Junction. The Snowdonia Sherpa Bus enables you explore the area and we also have parking in our own guest car park, plus a secure shed to lock up bikes. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Bryn Afon Guest House Betws-y-Coed, Wales