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Tyddyn Du



Tyddyn Du

Nant-y-Rhiew

Llanrwst

LL26 0TG

Conwy


B&B


Price Range: £27 - £30


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Menna Williams


Phone: 01492 640189


Tyddyn Du is a working farm set on a hill, with spectacular views of the Snowdonia Mountains. Only 6 miles from Betws-y-Coed. There is a substantial garden to rest and play. A good size bedroom with bunkbed and a double bed with good amenities and a private bathroom. Central heating throughout. Also a private lounge/diner to relax.



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Things to see and do in Conwy

Bodafon Farm Park
Bodafon Farm Park

Wander around the paddocks of rare farm breeds and see the extensive aviaries containing owls and tropical birds from around the world or take a stroll along the farm heritage trail.


Conwy Castle
Conwy Castle

Conwy castle is a gritty, dark stoned fortress which has the rare ability to evoke an authentic medieval atmosphere. The first time that visitors catch sight of the castle, commanding a rock above the Conwy Estuary and demanding as much attention as the dramatic Snowdonia skyline behind it, they know they are in the presence of a historic site which still casts a powerful spell. Conwy, constructed by the English monarch Edward I between 1283 and 1289 as one of the key fortresses in his 'iron ring' of castles to contain the Welsh, was built to prompt such a humbling reaction.


Conwy Falls
Conwy Falls

Stunning waterfall and scenery cafe serving homemade food, using local produce wherever possible. Plus stonebaked rustic pizzas with wine and beer also available. £1 gains entry to the Conwy Falls and woodland walks (through the turnstile at the main cafe). Designed by famous local architect Clough Williams Ellis.


Conwy Valley Maze
Conwy Valley Maze

World's largest garden maze covering around two acres set in a magical country setting with additional woodland walk. Maze contains many hidden surprises including 200 roses, butterfly garden, tropical garden, zen garden and others. Lovely cafe/showroom serving speciality teas - Italian coffee, fresh snacks, ice creams and paintings and statuary. Many interesting architectural items for sale.


Conwy Valley Railway Museum
Conwy Valley Railway Museum

The miniature steam railway gives a ten minute scenic ride over a distance of 1 mile. The electric tramcar runs from end to end of our site. Large model shop offers trains and kits in all gauges. Museum houses many layouts and lots of memorabilia. Self-drive tram for under 10s.


Great Orme Cable Car
Great Orme Cable Car

The longest cable car in Britain. Enjoy a ride on the Llandudno Cable Car during your visit to this beautiful resort. As the cable car glides silently from Happy Valley to the Summit of the Great Orme (679ft) a magnificent panorama unfolds breathtaking views of Llandudno, the Little Orme, Conwy Estuary and beyond.


Plas Mawr
Plas Mawr

In a town blessed with a wealth of historic houses, Plas Mawr reigns supreme. Conwy, enclosed within a ring of 13th century walls and protected by a mighty castle, is one of the world's finest medieval towns. In the narrow streets at its heart stands Plas Mawr, the 'Great Hall', built between 1576 and 1585 for the influential Welsh merchant, Robert Wynn.


Smallest House in Great Britain
Smallest House in Great Britain

The house is 72 inches wide, 122 inches high and was occupied until 1900. The last tenant was a fisherman who was six feet three inches tall!


The Old Bank Gallery Y Tabernacl
The Old Bank Gallery Y Tabernacl

Visit this historic chapel and view original paintings and textiles by local artist Christine Garwood in the school room gallery. Browse unique printed giftware using Christine’s designs on mugs and mats, together with handmade cards and various crafts. Commissions Welcome. Come and book to join one of our weekly art classes.


The Olde Victorian Picture House
The Olde Victorian Picture House

With western, Victorian or gangster photographs taken while you wait. Historical research into your family name or crest or find out what happened on the day you were born. Open weekends and school holidays Easter to June then daily till October.


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