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Bryn Tirion Farmhouse accommodation, Dolwyddelan, Betws-y-Coed, Snowdonia National Park, North Wales Bryn Tirion Farm  click to hear name
nr Betws-y-Coed
North Wales
LL25 0JD

Phone : 01690 750366
Mrs Caroline Price

Please mention 'Croeso Betws' when phoning
Bryn Tirion is a traditional stone farmhouse situated close to the impressive fortress tower of Dolwyddelan Castle. The house enjoys splendid views over the upper reaches of the Lledr valley, which can be enjoyed from the sun lounge. Mrs Price is also the curator of the castle. There is also a campsite and bunk house.

two star accommodation, snowdonia, wales

Prices (B&B per person per night)

from £ 35
  • 3 rooms
  • en-suite rooms available
  • guest lounge
  • TV in guest lounge
  • tea and coffee making facilities
  • off-road parking
  • non-smoking throughout
  • special diets catered for
  • working farm
  • open fire
  • open Jan - Dec

Come and enjoy Welsh hospitality at its best at Bryn Tirion in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. An open log fire, a cup of tea and homemade cakes are all awaiting your visit. There will be a warm welcome in the hillside for people from all over the world.

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