bed and breakfast accommodation in conwy, north wales

Ideal for exploring Conwy, Snowdonia and North Wales.

Bryn is conveniently situated a few minutes walk from the town centre and the railway station. It has its own free parking and offers the discerning traveller very spacious, comfortable, bed and breakfast accommodation.

This accomodation in Conwy is ideally placed for exploring the beautiful and historic town of Conwy itself (a World Heritage Listed Site), the mountains of Snowdonia, Llandudno, the North Wales coastline and the Island of Anglesey. It also provides a convenient stop off point for travellers en-route to the Holyhead ferry for Ireland.

The garden (right) is terraced with tables, chairs and benches sited for your enjoyment of both the views and the position of the sun.

conwy town walls and the garden at bryn bed and breakfast in conwy

Conwy has a good selection of restaurants within walking distance of Bryn. I am more than happy to make table reservations on your behalf and book taxis if you wish to explore further afield.

conwy castle
Conwy Castle
snowdon in the snowdonia national park
Snowdon
snowdon mountain steam railway
Snowdon Mountain Railway

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This area of North Wales is ideal for activities such as walking, mountain biking, climbing, golf and sailing. For walkers and cyclists, facilities are available for drying clothes and there is an outside tap. Cycles can be stored in a secure out-building. A small amount of emergency spares and tools are available, as is a list of local repair shops. Public tennis courts are available nearby, tennis racquets and balls can be borrowed.

For those looking for a relaxing break, Bryn is the perfect holiday base for exploring the other attractions of North Wales. There are castles (including Conwy, Caernarfon and Beaumaris), steam railways, National Trust properties (Bodnant Gardens, Penrhyn Castle, Plas Newydd, Erddig and Chirk Castle), and plenty more tourist attractions. There are also the natural attractions of the lakes and mountains of Snowdonia, and the beaches of Anglesey and the North Wales coast.

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llandudno pier
Llandudno Pier
conwy estuary
Conwy Estuary
tryfan in snowdonia
Tryfan, Snowdonia

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How to Find Us

See our location on the find us page, or follow the instructions below:

From the west: from the A55 take the first turning to Conwy (junction 17), turn R at T-junction, into the town. When facing the town walls turn right up Mount Pleasant, L at the end, and immediate L into Bryn yard.

From the east: from the A55 take the first turning to Conwy (junction 18), at the third round-about turn L, crossing the River Conwy. Passing the Castle on the left, go straight ahead on one-way street to the Town Square. Pass the Police Station on R, and turn L at the Albion Pub up Upper Gate Street. Pass through the town wall and Bryn is on your immediate right. Parking is in the yard, on the right.

From the south: from the Betws-y-Coed direction take the A470 east of the River Conwy to Glan Conwy. Follow the signs to Conwy, briefly taking the A55 and entering Conwy as from the east (above).

Bryn is immediately below the highest point of the town walls, at the junction of Mount Pleasant, St. Agnes Road and Sychnant Pass Road.

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Contact Information

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contact details

For more information, or to make a booking, please contact Alison Archard at:

Bryn Guest House, Sychnant Pass Road, Conwy, North Wales, LL32 8NS. UK

phone +44 (0)1492 592449
email click here to e-mail stay at bryn.org.uk


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