If you’re looking for a tranquil escape into the heart of the North Wales valleys, look no further than the Bryn Tyrch hotel. Located within the well-known and much loved Snowdonia National Park, this country-chic hotel has everything you need for a relaxing break.
Just a few miles away from the beautiful Swallow Falls and 5 miles from the village of Betws-y-Coed, the Bryn Tyrch is in a perfect location to explore the natural wonders of North Wales.
The hotel has eleven individually decorated luxury rooms to select. Each room has been aptly named after the equally as impressive mountains and rivers of Snowdonia National Park.
Holidays should always be about treating yourself to a little bit of luxury, and the Bryn Tyrch makes it incredibly easy to do so. Take their ‘Crafnant’ room, for example. This plush double room features a contemporary and spacious en-suite, as well as a separate lounge area and two televisions.
The Bryn Tyrch restaurant is also something very special. Every dish on their menu is prepared with fresh, local ingredients – and their menus are rather extensive. Not only do they have delicious breakfast and evening menus, they also create hearty packed lunches and picnic hampers for guests who are about to spend their day exploring the Snowdonia National Park. If you’ve got special dietary requirements, the Bryn Tyrch is happy to cater to them, and offer an extensive vegetarian selection. You can also try some local real ales and fine wines in their bar.
The Bryn Tyrch are also very happy to be the host of weddings, parties and corporate events. The Bryn Tyrch work closely with their clients to ensure the evening and menu is tailored to each and every one of their requirements.
The Bryn Tyrch are also recent winners of the Welsh Hospitality Awards, scooping the Best Pub/Inn of the Year in Wales 2016 award in December.
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