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B and Bs in Trefriw

Yr Hafod Country House
Plas Celyn
Trefriw
North Wales

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Situated in Trefriw; near Betws-y-Coed on the northern edge of Snowdonia in North Wales and overlooking the lovely Conwy Valley; Yr Hafod (The Summer Dwelling in Welsh); was formerly a farmhouse and dates from the Middle Ages.

This non-smoking country house style guest accommodation in Snowdonia is an ideal location for a relaxing break or holiday in North Wales. Bed and breakfast (B&B) accommodation is provided; although most guests also take advantage of the excellent evening meals. The restaurant (The Driven Goose Bistro Bar) is open to non-residents and can cater for those on a gluten-free diet.

Hafod House has set about creating a special place for guests to stay; a small informal; non-smoking country retreat away from the crowds and providing warm hospitality; with exceptional food at its heart. Children under 11 are not allowed. Dog friendly accommodation is provided.

PLEASE NOTE: Check in is from 15:00 to 19:00. Early/Late check ins by arrangement. We are a no smoking accommodation. Well behaved dogs can be accommodated. We can children over 11 years of age.

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