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All reviewsy coedgreat foodthe pubopen firesgammonmany occasionsrock climbingnice showerrelaxed environmentdays walkingspecials boardtea and coffeefree wifirooms are comfortablewell stocked bardrying roomreturn in the future
I stayed here for one night with three other adults in a bunk room which worked well for us but wouldn't be ideal for families as it was quite small.
The food and beer was good on the evening and the staff were friendly.
We visited the Tyn-y-Coed after a day of adventures in North Wales. We were staying at the Plas Curig hostel a little further up the road and the Tyn-y-Coed was recommended by a member of staff. We definitely weren't disappointed. The guy behind the bar...More
We both had different varieties of sausages which were tasty and served with great gravy , crunchy chips and peas. Attentive staff and a nice atmosphere.We also had drinks to accompany our meal and car parking was available, and added bonus.
A big group of us went here after an exhausting trip up Snowdon.
Excellent ale (think it was called Snowdonia), delicious food (I had a Lamb shoulder that fell off the bone, a few others had some huge portions of belly pork that they said...More
I last reviewed Tyn-y-Coed two years ago. I liked it then, and I'm doing it again because it's actually got better. It's excellent value, the food is really good (you will not find a better burger anywhere) and both owners and staff are truly welcoming....More