TrefriwCopyright Ron Galliers

Trefriw is known for its Woollen mills making rugs and blankets, the village at the western side of the Vale of Conwy with lovely countryside and a slew of lakes in the hills behind it... Read More

Hotels in Trefriw - 3 places to stay

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Gwesty Fairy Falls Hotel

Gwesty Fairy Falls Hotel

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Situated in Trefriw in the Snowdonia National Park is the intriguingly titled Fairy Falls Hotel. A popular local inn with residents keen to enjoy an impressive range of real ales ... More

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Meadowsweet Hotel (1.25 miles)

Meadowsweet Hotel

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This comfortable, family-run establishment in Snowdonia is nestled in the small market town of Llanrwst in the heart of the Conwy valley near Betws y Coed, North Wales.
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Maenan Abbey Hotel (1.64 miles)

Maenan Abbey Hotel

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Situated in the beautiful Conwy Valley, on the outskirts of the magnificent Snowdonia National Park. Built as a gentleman's residence in 1850 on the site of the historic thirteenth-century Cistercian monastery, ... More

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Willowbank House (2.66 miles)

Willowbank House
Located on the Bellevue ring and 3 miles from the Island town of Ennisskillen. ... More
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Greenwood Lodge (2.66 miles)

Modern, comfortable guesthouse situated just two miles from Enniskillen town centre, in the lovely lakelands area of County Fermanagh. Closo to all amenities including many restaurants, theatre, golf club, National Trust properties, Killyhevlin Hotel, Enniskillen ... More | visit website
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Swallow Falls Hotel (3.79 miles)

Swallow Falls Hotel

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Situated just opposite Wales' most beautiful waterfall 3.2 km (2 miles) outside of Betws-y-Coed, this hotel combines the classic quality of a Victorian coaching house with the informal ambience of a ... More

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Lodge Hotel (3.86 miles)

Lodge Hotel

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Set in a peaceful rural village in the heart of the spectacular Conwy Valley, this 3-star family-run hotel lies on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park, framed by the Carneddau ... More

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Gorphwysfa House Bed and Breakfast (4.09 miles)

Gorphwysfa House Bed and Breakfast
Gorphwysfa House is a privately run, beautiful detached stone built property dated around 1820, in the world famous village of Betws-y-Coed, North Wales. Situated on the A5,on the west end side of the village,with views ... More | visit website
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Swn y Dwr Guest House (4.13 miles)

Swn y Dwr Guest House

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Swn y Dwr is a family run, beautiful detatched property dating back to 1870.Situated off the A5 on the banks of the river Llugwy it enjoys a quiet location yet ... More

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Glan Llugwy Guest House (4.14 miles)

Glan Llugwy Guest House
Glan Llugwy is a family run, beautiful semi-detatched stone built property dating back to 1870's in the beautiful village of Betws-y-coed.. Situated on the A5 overlooking the Afon (River) Llugwy and Gwydyr Forest, we enjoy ... More | visit website
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Bridge View B & B (4.18 miles)

Bridge View B & B

‘Bridge View' was formerly a Victorian Magistrate's Court and is situated in a peaceful location on the banks of the River Conwy. Less than five minutes level walking distance from the centre of the village ... More | visit website

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