Bryn Afon Guest House - Betws-y-Coed

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Bryn Afon Guest House Betws-y-Coed
Bryn Afon Guest House has a unique and delightful location in the Snowdonia National Park in the village of Betws-y-Coed. It is the only guest house in the village which overlooks the 500 year old Pont y Pair bridge and the falls. It is 4 star rated by Visit Wales and has the Gold Award from the Green Tourism Business Scheme. We love our food so we want to make sure that our guests enjoy their breakfasts. We provide delicious home-cooked breakfasts using locally sourced ingredients our sausages are made by the local butcher our bacon is from Angelsey and our free range eggs are from the local National Trust Farm. And we make our own special home-made granola and our wonderfully delicious home-made baked beans. All of our six bedrooms are individually designed using throws and cushions from the nearby Trefriw woollen mill. Each room has comfortable beds and wonderful views of the river and of the local countryside. We have free parking for each room on our on-site car park which is beside the house. You will have the use of free WiFi our lovely guest lounge and can sit in our front garden overlooking the river. When staying at Bryn Afon you are a two minute walk to the main street of Betws-y-Coed and a stroll away from the Gwydyr Forest and trails to Swallow Falls. Bryn Afon is the perfect base in the picturesque village of Betws-y-Coed for exploring the wonderful Snowdonia National Park and for discovering North Wales. We are very sorry but we are unable to accommodate children under 10 years or pets.

Directions to Bryn Afon Guest House Betws-y-Coed

Entering Betws-y-Coed via A5 from the East (i.e. from the direction of Llangollen): Enter Betws-y-Coed by travelling over the Waterloo Bridge. Continue straight along the Holyhead Road (A5) past the Shell petrol station and The Royal Oak Hotel on your left. Look out for the Hawkshead shop on your right and then take a right turn onto the Pont-y-Pair Bridge. Bryn Afon is the first house on your right and the car park is at the rear of the house. Entering Betws-y-Coed via A5 from the West (e.g. from the direction of Bangor): Enter Betws-y-Coed by travelling past The Swallow Falls Hotel on your right. Continue straight along the Holyhead Road (A5) passing the Dragon Chinese restaurant on your right. Look out for the Pont-y-Pair hotel and inn on your right and the fish and chip shop on your left. Then take the left turning onto the Pont-y-Pair Bridge which is just before the Hawkshead Shop. Bryn Afon is the first house on your right and the car park is at the rear of the house. Entering Betws-y-Coed via B5106 from the North (e.g. from Llanwrst via B5106): Head on the B5106 in the direction of Betws-y-Coed it is a road with numerous bends and the river Llugwy runs on the left hand side. Bryn Afon is the last house on the left before reaching the end of the B5106 you will see Cunninghams and the Memorial Hall on your right. Our car park is on the left just after you pass Swn-y-Dwr Guest House. For satellite navigation systems our postal code is: LL24 0BB By train or bus: Bryn Afon is just a short flat walk (less than 10 minutes at a modest pace) from Betws-y-Coed train station. For simplicity we suggest that you alight whichever bus you are on at the train station. On leaving the station area walk along the pavement across the village green/football field opposite the tourist information is on your left hand side and you will come to the Royal Oak Hotel and Stables Bar on the other side of the road. Turn right along the main road through Betws-y-Coed staying on the side of the road you are on. You will walk pass Anna Davies shop on your left followed by the Spar shop and then just past the Hawkshead turn right onto the Pont-y-Pair Bridge. Bryn Afon is the first house on your right.

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