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Cn-yr-Afon Farm Bed & Breakfast, Penmachno, Snowdonia, North Wales Cân-yr-Afon  click to hear name
Capel Curig
nr. Betws-y-Coed
North Wales
LL24 0DR

Phone : +44 (0)1690 720375
Fax : +44 (0)1690 720477
Mrs Sandra Berry

Please mention 'Croeso Betws' when phoning
Cân-yr-Afon B&B which translates as 'song of the river' is situated on the bank of the river Llugwy, 5 minutes walk across the field to the famous Swallow Falls, Betws-y-Coed. Ideally situated in the heart of Snowdonia for walking and climbing, and within easy reach of the North Wales coast. A warm welcome awaits all guests. We also breed the famous Welsh Mountain Ponies, which still run wild on the Carneddau mountains to this day. Trout fishing available.

Prices (B&B per person per night)

double £28
twin £28
family £28
  • 2 rooms
  • both rooms have private facilities
  • tea and coffee making facilities
  • non-smoking throughout
  • off-road parking
  • secure cycle storage
  • garden
  • vegetarian diets catered for
  • no children under 10 years
  • ground floor bedrooms
  • open Jan - Dec (except Christmas & New Year)

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