A friendly welcome awaits you in our charming historic home. Hearty breakfast served in former courtroom. Off the main road, 200 yards from village centre.
Lounge and garden overlooking the river. Ideal for birdwatching and enjoying the outstanding views. All rooms en-suite with TV and many extras. On-line booking available.
Mr Keith Roobottom
Old Church Road, Betws-y-Coed, LL24 0AL
Tel: 01690 710127
Months Open: 1-12
Grading & Awards
Number of Rooms:
Total number of Rooms: 3
Total number of Ensuite Rooms: 3
|Daily Rate Bed & Breakfast||£32.50||£37.50|
|Weekly Rate - Bed & Breakfast||£390.00||£450.00|
Facilities & Services:
Did you know?
Alice Liddell (Alice in Wonderland) stayed with her family on Llandudno's West Shore.
The 'new' Llandudno was designed as a complete model town in the mid 19th century. It was originally a copper mining settlement.
The Summit Complex was once owned by boxing champion Randolph Turpin. Before that it was a telegraph station, signalling the approach of ships to Liverpool.