CROESO - WELCOME
away in the most beautiful peaceful surroundings at the
heart of the Conwy valley, yet only 20 mins stroll from
Betws y Coed this working farm is an ideal base to visit
the attractions of North Wales or just relax and enjoy a
quiet break away from it all.
holiday. Wonderful hospitality. Each visit is better than
the last and the Fairy Glen too. Who could ask for more?
accommodation is exclusively for adults, and comprises of
a Double en-suite, Double/Twin (double & Single Bed)
with private bathroom. Also a ground floor suite (double
en-suite with private lounge). All rooms are tastefully
& comfortably furnished and have central heating, satellite
TV, radio alarm, hair dryers, and beverage making facilities.
Bathrooms have bath and power shower. The guest breakfast
room has seperate tables for each couple. In the evenings
you are welcome to sit and relax in the conservatory or
enjoy the evening air in the gazebo, even have a B.B.Q.
"Completely Idyllic, Definitely a Welsh jewel"
offer a personal service, good wholesome farmhouse food
in a homely atmosphere. All to make your stay a memorable
Few Ideas For A Day Out
If you feel like working off your breakfast why not climb
to the summit of Mount Snowdon or maybe take it easy and
catch the train and then walk down!
There are plenty of castles to visit, and all within an
hours drive or less.
There are lots of beaches, too many to mention.
The famous Bodnant Gardens
The Italian Village at Port Meirion
Mountain & Forest walks
The Trains of Wales
Golf, Pony Trekking, Climbing, Bird Watching, Photography
etc. From the farm you can enjoy mountain and forest walks,
cycling, bird watching, photography, painting (Fairy Glen
ia an artists paradise).
While you are here you must meet Miss Marple (friendly sheep
which welcomes a piece of toast or a chocolate biscuit!)
"This is paradise. Thank you for sharing it
After a day of sightseeing
and an evening meal you have enjoyed, why not go for a tranquil
stroll through the Fairy Glen, a favorite beauty spot since
Victorian times, to the Tyn-y-Cae Pool. Sit in the quiet
evening air and you may be fortunate to spot the otters
have recieved the AA highly commended award for 2009/20010