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Yes, it was so good the second time around. Mike and Lesley are really good host. Mikes cooking is second to none. We liked it so much, so have already booked to go back again. This time we are moving from Room 1 to 4...More
Warm welcome by owners, stunning views from comfortable and well appointed room 3 at front with no concern re road noise as well set back, attention to detail, clean, boutique hotel ambiance at breakfast, great location for exploring the area. Offered helpful tips for planning...More
Our second stay at Tyn-y-Fron and we cannot recommend it highly enough. Lesley and Mike are the perfect hosts and such a lovely couple. The house, rooms and gardens are all beautiful and the scenery is just stunning. The hearty cooked breakfast set us up...More
Friendly and comfy place surrounded by natural stunning beauty. Only complaints are having to pay cash and being given a cot to sleep on that was not fit for usage. Reg bed very comfy. Could have been a little cleaner. Loved the short cut walk...More
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US$102 - US$156 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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It only takes 7 minutes to walk to the station using a footpath that goes past a farm, alongside some fields and across a pedestrian suspension bridge. This brings you out at the back of the station. If you're wondering how... More
It only takes 7 minutes to walk to the station using a footpath that goes past a farm, alongside some fields and across a pedestrian suspension bridge. This brings you out at the back of the station. If you're wondering how to get from the station to Tyn-y-Fron carrying luggage, I'm sure either Nigel or Barbara would be happy to meet you at the station and give you a lift.