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Tir y Coed 5 Star Country House
Rowen Conwy
Conwy
North Wales

LL32 8TP | View map

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Welsh Tourist Board 5 Star Country HouseA COMPLETELY NON SMOKING ESTABLISHMENT.RELAX...Tir y Coed is a haven of peace and tranquillity. Surrounded by an acre of mature landscaped gardens on the edge of Rowen, one of the Conwy Valley's most delightful villages and just within the boundary of the Snowdonia National Park. Tir y Coed is situated four miles from the mediaeval walled town of Conwy. The house, built in 1896, is bright and sunny with large windows overlooking the gardens and surrounding countryside.DINE... We use the freshest local produce to create menus which change daily... homemade soups and pates, delicious racks of Welsh lamb, the finest Welsh Black beef, locally caught Conwy plaice... and of course mouthwatering desserts. All complemented by a bottle of wine (or two) from our cellar.STAY... Our aim is to make your stay as comfortable as possible... white linen, duck down duvets and plump feather pillows all add to a peaceful and relaxing nights sleep.Most bedrooms have views over the gardens and vary in size and style as would be expected in a period house. Each room has either an en-suite bathroom or shower room. Tir y Coed welcomes well behaved children aged 10 years and above.

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