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Glyn Isa Country House Bed and Breakfast
Rowen
North Wales

LL32 8TP | View map

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Glyn Isa is a privately owned bed and breakfast....a 17th Century Country House, dating back to 1626 set in 10 acres of mature gardens and land against a backdrop of mountains on the edge of Snowdonia National Park with beautiful views over the Conwy valley. We have just 2 rooms at present, one is a four poster en suite and the other a double en suite. The house has many orignal features and antiques. This is a very tranquil spot next to a fishing lake, but Conwy and Llandudno are both less than 10 minutes drive away. All rooms have full ensuite bathrooms and look out over our lovely front lawns and gardens. We have a couple of very good local pus for your evening meal less than a mile away. There is horse riding locally, plus golf, walking and of course, fishing.Egon Ronay pub 1/2 mile, Rowen village 1/2 mile.Mt Snowdon 40 minutes drive, Theatre in Llandudno 9 miles.As this is our own home and we may be out from time to time, could you please call in advance using the number on your confirmation to arrange your arrival time.Private Parking within our gates and land.A 20% deposit minimum £20 will be required on booking, which is taken from your given credit card, balance to be paid on departure.

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