Bryn Afon is a traditional elegant Victorian stone built house full of character and charm. In the heart of Betws-y-Coed in the picturesque Snowdonia National Park, the house is situated in an enviable position on the banks of the river Llugwy overlooking the Pont y Pair (Bridge of the Cauldron - Circa 1468) where salmon jump the waterfalls.
The house is tastefully furnished with all modern facilities and your hosts ensure a high standard of service in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.
Most bedrooms are en-suite and all bedrooms are well appointed having central heating, TV, hairdryer and beverage tray. The bedrooms at the front of the house have stunning views over the river and waterfall, most at the side of the house overlook the mountains and river - A wonderful sight to wake up to!
Breakfast is served from 8am until 9am, and and uses the finest locally sourced ingredients, with a choice of cereals, mushroom or cheese omelettes, poached eggs on toast, toast, or a full Welsh breakfast, consisting of sausage, bacon, egg, mushrooms, fried tomato and beans.
Guests can also help themselves to home made fruit salad or a choice of Welsh yoghurts.
A garden is within the grounds for guests to use, and other facilities for guests include car parking, locked storage for mountain bikes.
Free WiFi access is available. Check in 4-9pm, and check out by 10am. No pets can be accommodated, however assistance dogs are welcome. Children under 10 years of age also cannot be accommodated under any circumstances.
Situated in the small village of Betws-y-Coed, this charming guest house is ideally located for exploring the stunning countryside of Snowdonia National Park - there's no better place for outdoor activities, such as walking, mountain biking and rock climbing.
Within the Snowdonia National Park area are also a number of popular places to explore, such as Gwydir Castle, Ty Mawr, Sygun Copper Mine and Betws-y-Coed Fishing Club.
Entering Betws-y-Coed via A5 from the East (e.g. from Corwen)
Enter Betws-y-Coed by travelling over the Waterloo Bridge. Continue straight along the Holyhead Road (A5) past The Royal Oak Hotel. Look for the Hawkshead shop on your right and 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 Bangor)
Enter Betws-y-Coed by travelling past The Swallow Falls Hotel. Continue straight along the Holyhead Road (A5) past The Cross Keys Hotel. Take the next left onto the Pont-y-Pair Bridge 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)
Bryn Afon is the last house before the end of the B5106. Our Car Park will be on the left just after you pass Swn-y-Dwr Guest House.