Tyn Y Fron Country House and Cottage
Betws-y-Coed, North Wales
Tyn Y Fron is a beautifully maintained country house and cottage sitting on glorious gardens covering around 1 acre on the edge of Betsw-y-Coed, a principal village inside Snowdonia National Park. Its elevated position provides stunning views overlooking the village and the beautiful Conwy Valley. Traditionally built in 1867, the stone detached house and cottage with slate roofs have been renovated to the highest standards while retaining the country house ambience. The 6-bedroom country house (sleeps 12) and 2-bedroom cottage (sleeps 4) are just a short walk from the village centre via a footpath with beautiful valley views and historic suspension bridge over Afon Conwy.
Located in a peaceful setting on the sunny side of the village, Tyn-y-Fron makes a lovely and tranquil place to retreat to after a busy day of activities.
What used to be a 5-Star graded and Gold Award for Excellence Bed and Breakfast, is now a whole Country House and Cottage that can be rented separately for self-catering guests to enjoy.
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Our Country House and Cottage - At A Glance:
Country House Cottage
The Country House
With 6 individually styled bedrooms (5 en suite), kitchen, and spacious lounge with sunset views of the valley, this Victorian-era house is perfect for a relaxing countryside getaway for families and friends.
This house sleeps 12 people (4 super-king rooms, 1 king room and 1 double room, with the option of turning 1 room into a twin room).
Minimum of stay is 2 nights.
Dogs are more than welcome, but must remain downstairs and off of the furniture please.
Betws-y-Coed, Snowdonia National Park
Located in a peaceful setting on the sunny side of the village, we are only a seven-minute walk from the village centre via a short, tarmac footpath with beautiful valley views, historic suspension bridge over the river. Betws-y-Coed is a beautiful village, with individual shops, traditional inns and outstanding restaurants.
Known as “The Gateway to Snowdonia”, Betws-y-Coed is an ideal and central location to climb Snowdon, experience the Zip World attractions, Surf Snowdonia and Go Below and explore all of North Wales. Within a 30-minute drive you can be in the heart of the mountains, or the coast on Anglesey or Conwy.