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Tair Felin Farm Guesthouse
Bala
North Wales

LL23 7NS | View map

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Tair Felin is a traditional stone built Welsh Farmhouse situated in the stunning Snowdonia National Park. The National Whitewater Centre (Canolfan Tryweryn) is one mile away and the busy market town of Bala is less than three miles from Tair Felin. Tair Felin is the ideal base to explore some of the most stunning, unspoilt upland areas of the park. For watersports enthusiasts Llyn Tegid (Bala Lake) is less than 3 miles away, sailing, windsurfing and canoeing a must for all water lovers. The area also has abundance of rivers and lakes to suit all fishermen from trout and salmon to course fishing.

A warm, and friendly welcome awaits you at our Beef and Sheep Farm. Here at Tair Felin, we have 2 lettings, one double bedroom and one twin-bedded room, both with hand basins set in vanity units, along with a shared bathroom for the guests only. Both of these rooms have radio alarm clocks, tea & coffee making facilities. There is a beamed lounge with an open log fire in the winter, All rooms are tastefully decorated and furnished. Your breakfast is served in a cosy dining room, with separate guest tables. A hearty, traditional cooked breakfast or lighter option--the choice is yours. Homemade preserves & local produce are used. This is a non-smoking property. A Food & Hygiene certificate is held by the host, a warm welcome is assured on arrival and during your stay. Both Welsh and English are spoken by the family.

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