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Will have to award ten out of ten for a three night stay in beautiful accommodation, in a wonderful setting. The bed was more comfortable than my own bed at home and the spacious, spotlessy clean room a delight.
We enjoyed a pleasant evening walk...More
We stayed here for my birthday weekend and had a lovely time! Our room was the sunset view and had the most comfortable bed, a couple of recliner chairs overlooking the gorgeous view and a good sized bath in the bathroom.
Breakfast was delicious with...More
Beautifully appointed, tastefully decorated and peaceful with stunning views. We were in the Valley View suite and my mother in another room at the back of the house and both were stunning. Such a restful time with every comfort thought of and a delicious breakfast...More
My wife and I had a superb two night stay here. We were exhausted from our work schedule and needed a break and pampering. Lesley and Mike provided both. Everything was spot on, no detail overlooked. Superb value for money, will recommend to our friends...More
Very enjoyable stay in a beautiful guest house, which is run by the friendliest couple you could hope to meet. The food is of a high standard and very tasty. The room was lovely, clean and decorated to a high standard. Tyn-y-Fron is a pretty...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
US$94 - US$121 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official star rating provided by VisitWales, the National Tourist Board.
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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.