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All reviews the valley view suite suspension bridge north wales breakfast was delicious made us feel comfortable bed short walk into town biscuits great hosts places to visit little touches local area stunning views warm welcome nothing is too much trouble four poster local knowledge
Came to Wales to celebrate my birthday and couldn't have chosen a better B&B to stay at.
The location was perfect with just a short walk to the centre of town.
Our hosts Nigel and Barbara were friendly and very welcoming.
Breakfast was lovely with...More
If you're hesitating about whether to book a stay at Tyn Y Fron, stop and go ahead and reserve it. You won't be disappointed. The friendliest welcome from the moment you step in the door, and easily one of the best breakfasts around.
Response from Barbara D, Owner at Tyn-y-Fron B&BResponded 10 July 2018
Thank you so much for your very kind words following your recent stay with us. We take great pride in offering a great experience for our guests and it is nice to read that it is appreciated. Our Valley View suite is rather special and...More
We were spending a few days in North Wales and stumbled on Tyn Y Fron on-line. So glad we did. The house and it's surroundings are an absolute joy. Barbara and Nigel are very welcoming hosts and are more than willing to 'chew the fat'...More
Response from Barbara D, Owner at Tyn-y-Fron B&BResponded 3 days ago
Thank you for leaving us such a positive review following your recent stay at Tyn Y Fron. We enjoyed meeting you both and taking the time to get to know you. It would be lovely to see you here again some time in the future....More
We stayed once again at our favourite bed and breakfast in the beautiful village of Betws y Coed. Barbara and Nigel never fail to give you a warm and wonderful welcome. The house is beautiful with attractive and well maintained gardens that you are encouraged...More
Thank Steven C
Response from Barbara D, Owner at Tyn-y-Fron B&BResponded 1 week ago
It was such a pleasure to welcome you back to Tyn Y Fron again for your stay in the Valley View Suite. We loved our daily chats with you and hearing all about your activities in Snowdonia and beyond. Thank you so much for your...More
Lovely b and b in quiet location but only 7 mins walk from town. Friendly hosts provided nice extras like tea and Welsh cakes on arrival and fresh milk available to everyone in fridge. OS maps to use too.Booked room with bath (very large) to...More
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Response from Barbara D, Owner at Tyn-y-Fron B&BResponded 2 weeks ago
Many thanks for your review. It was great to meet you earlier this month and we are pleased that you enjoyed your stay with us.
We hope to see you again when you are ready to explore more of Snowdonia.
Tyn-Y-Fron 5* B&B is situated at the edge of Betws Y Coed and central for all sight seeing in and around Snowdonia. The house is situated in gardens of nearly an acre with views of The Conwy Valley, Gwydyr Forest …Moreand Snowdonia. We pride ourselves on offering a friendly and personal service to exacting standards. All our rooms are en-suite and are individually designed with all the home comforts. For a special treat book the Valley View Suite where you can completely relax with breakfast served in your room while taking in the stunning views. Quality local produce is used in our varied breakfasts and we are happy to cater for special diets. We are only a short 7 min walk from the village centre. WiFi is free, as is our private car park. Less
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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.