Llyn Crafnant Lakeside Cafe & Fishery
Fish for Trout in Natural Surroundings in a Stunning North Wales Valley. Llyn Crafnant is one of the most beautiful and unspoilt spots in North Wales, nestling in a tranquil valley high up in Snowdonia. The lake is three quarters of a mile long and covers 63 acres, has good access and is well sheltered on all banks. It is regularly stocked with Rainbow trout supplementing the Wild Brown trout and can be fished from all banks or by the privacy of a boat. Or why not visit our lakeside Cafe or Tea Garden and enjoy a delicious light meal and homemade scones and cakes after a walk around the lake or nearby hills. Seating available inside the Cafe, or outside on our Tea Garden.
There is a place that is that well hidden, you would hardly know it’s there. A place where peace meets beauty and a place where time just stands still, or at least that’s what it seems. That place is Lyn Crafnant, a lake perfectly nestled within the Conwy Valley and one that is abundant with the likes of Rainbow and Wild Brown Trout, which can easily be fished from the banks of the lake with a boat hired from the Cafe. As if that really wasn’t enough, the lake also plays home to a cute little cafe ran by the very charismatic Caroline Williams. Caroline has bought the cafe and really infused some much needed life into the place, with a great little menu to suit all tastes and budgets and with a great personality, she will be telling you all the local stories within no time!- Top 100 Review
, Crafnant Road,
Trefriw, Conwy , LL27 0JZ
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