“ Every dog must have his day” Johnathan Swift. After a long day fishing, hiking or walking our four-legged best friends around the stunning beauty of Bala Lake and its spectacular scenery, nothing could be more welcome than a ‘picture-postcard’ Inn with a silvery thread of woodsmoke coming from its chimney and a cheery warm glow from the windows. The welcome inside ‘The Bryn’ built in 1695 is as inviting as the roaring fire and the food is absolutely superb. Serving delicious, home cooked, locally sourced, traditional pub food and real ales including local ales. Open all day and far from the Bala bustle, The Bryn makes a perfect place for a day or two break away with superb, comfortable rooms and all amenities provided including free Wifi. Also, why not add your doggy's photo to the famous ‘ Canine Hall of Fame’, as our furry best friends are more than welcomed with open paws.
Welcoming and elegant; you’ll fall completely, and utterly in love with the terracotta-coloured restaurant; Old Wives Tales, situated in the historic market town of Bala, in the Snowdonia National Park, Wales.
Country Cooks is situated beside the A5 at Ty Nant, one of the main routes into Snowdonia and is family run with local staff.It has stunning views of the countryside, an outside seating area and a large car park.