Rhydydefaid Farm B&B
Welcome to our traditional Welsh stone built farmhouse at Frongoch, Nr Bala. Enjoy Welsh hospitality in our B&B, 100 acre mixed working farm, which parts of dates back over 400 years. You can be sure of a warm welcome at Rhydydefaid Farm Bed & Breakfast, with refreshments and a homemade cake on your arrival. The farm (The name means “The Sheep Ford” in English) has pasture land, rough grazing, woodlands and rivers. It is a comfortable, traditional, Welsh stone built farmhouse where guests can relax and unwind in our oak beamed lounge with it's impressive inglenook fireplace, with woodburning stove and colour TV, or just sit in our conservatory and take in the peace and tranquility which is always on hand in the Snowdonia National Park.
Bala, Gwynedd, LL23 7NT
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The National White Water Centre
The National White Water Centre is set on the banks of the River Tryweryn, near Bala. The Tryweryn is dam controlled ensuring great water conditions all year round
Bala Adventure & Watersports Centre
Bala Lake / Llyn Tegid, a large freshwater glacial lake in Gwynedd, Wales has been attracting visitors since the early 19th Century. A big, blue tranquil mirror brimming over with Myths and Legends
Nearby Eating Out
Plas Yn Dre Restaurant
Whether it's a light lunch ranging from local granary bread sandwiches to battered fish, homemade chips and mushy peas or a full on a la carte meal-ie pan-fried
Yr Eagles Llanuwchllyn
The head of the big, blue, glassy mirror of Bala lake is situated in the splendid village of Llanuwchllyn. It is also the HQ of the Bala Lake Railway, and the nostalgic