A traditional mongolian yurt set in its own secluded field with a wood fuelled hot tub, campfire, and the most stunning views of the Snowdonia mountain range. A great base for the many activities North Wales has to offer.
“This place is fantastic! It feels as though you are in the middle of nowhere yet there's help should you need it and the nearest village is just a 5 minute drive away. We took our 3 children, 6, 4 and 9 months and they adored it. They slept the best they have in months. The yurt was super clean and the bathroom and kitchen were sparkling. Jo and Dylan were just a shout away in the house. They are very affable and friendly. We will definitely be returning, perhaps without the children next time!”
Ty Bach Twt is a private annex in Snowdonia National Park with its own parking and a raised decked area, with mountain views, garden furniture and BBQ that can be used during your stay. There are numerous footpaths directly from the property into the mountains, mountain biking and nearby riding stables. There is a village pub and shop and the ever popular Betws-y-coed is only 4 miles away. Snowdon and Zip World are approximately 30 minutes drive. Go Below and Conwy Falls are close by.
“Kim's guest house is a very nice spot on a hill above Penmachno. The views are stunning from here and the space is very comfortable. Kim was very helpful in providing directions and making checkin easy. I strongly recommend this spot if you're visiting east Snowdonia”
Small annex on a working farm approximately 4 miles from the village of Betws y Coed. Ideal place for peace and quiet, and country walks. Car essential due to location. Unfortunately no pets allowed.
“Ednas place is great value for money. It has everything needed to self cater, the bed was so comfortable!!! A great nights sleep 😊 very peaceful surroundings. Edna and Mei are extremely friendly and welcoming and offer all the tips you may need for a great trip. Would definitely book again if returning to the area. Snowdon was a great achievement and so beautiful. Karen and Dom”