The Eagles Penmachno
“ It’s our triumph and glory, that these walls tell stories as they soak up all we do and say.” Ms.Moem.
The village of Penmachno, in the beautiful county of Conwy, North Wales, is clustered around the five-arched stone bridge dating circa 1785, and is right at the centre of the Snowdonian Range. Situated in this delightful, hidden valley is the highly attractive, quintessentially warm and welcoming Eagles Real Ale Pub, and Bunkhouse. Perfectly positioned for walking, riding and mountain biking, rich with Welsh history, The Eagles provides a splendid, and blissful base from which to explore. Cosy and extremely welcoming the bar has a great selection of beer, wines and spirits as well as a fabulous selection of traditional ales. Upstairs choose from 8 private, beautifully clean and comfortable rooms, with a splendid self-catering kitchen available.
Nr Betws-y-Coed, Conwy , LL24 0UG
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