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My girlfriend and I stayed at Tyn-Y-Fron in September for 2 nights. The welcome that we received was very warm from Mike, unfortunately Lesley was unavailable. Mike showed us around, including all the facilities and advised us of where to eat etc. It was like...More
Excellent home made breakfasts, freshly prepared with local produce. Very clean and lovely friendly atmosphere. Ideally situated for outings to Llandudno bob sleigh run,Carnarvon castle, Swallow Falls and Snowdonia park. Will definately stay on our return to North Wales.
My partner and I, stumbled across this 5 star Bed and Breakfast on Tripadvisor. Booking at short notice, we were greeted Mike and Lesley when we arrived late afternoon. We only had 3 days in Wales so we're out most days and evenings. Tyn-y-Fron which...More
We had a warm welcome when we stayed for a 3 night break recently. Lesley and Mike were friendly and helpful and they made us feel at home. We had a beautiful view from our very spacious room. The bed was very comfortable and we...More
Arrived on the Wednesday to a warm welcome ... then it got better! Mike and Lesley were both friendly and very helpful when discussing what we were up to for the day. On at least one occasion we changed our plans to accommodate their suggestions!...More
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US$101 - US$151 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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It only takes 7 minutes to walk to the station using a footpath that goes past a farm, alongside some fields and across a pedestrian suspension bridge. This brings you out at the back of the station. If you're wondering how... More
It only takes 7 minutes to walk to the station using a footpath that goes past a farm, alongside some fields and across a pedestrian suspension bridge. This brings you out at the back of the station. If you're wondering how to get from the station to Tyn-y-Fron carrying luggage, I'm sure either Nigel or Barbara would be happy to meet you at the station and give you a lift.