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Gwesty Fairy Falls Hotel
Conway Road
Trefriw
North Wales

LL27 0JH | View map

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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 as well as the facilities of the function suite for group events and celebrations, the Fairy Falls Hotel has a natural lure for tourists to this region of impressive natural beauty in the form of six attractive en-suite guest bedrooms. Quiet and detached from the main building, three of these rooms have the further advantage of being situated at ground floor level.The inn is open daily between 12 noon and 11.00pm (10.30pm on Sundays) and the well stocked bar includes a range of real ales such as Brains SA, Flowers IPA and occasional guest ales. Meals are served in the beamed Cottage Restaurant between 12.30pm and 2.30pm and between 6.00pm and 9.00pm when grills and daily specials are served in addition to Table d’hôte and a la carte menus. A carvery is available on Sundays between 12 noon and 3.00pm and food and drink may be enjoyed either in the restaurant, in the bar or seated at the riverside tables outside.

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