Situated at the gateway of Snowdonia’s National Park, this small, family-run B&B is set within an area of natural beauty, amidst the rolling heather moors of the Hiraethog. Llwyn Onn is a former Victorian Watermill sympathetically restored into a modern welcoming guest house. Nestled amid 2.5 acres of land, the house boasts beautiful views, a natural lake to the front, with ducks and local wildlife, and open fields leading up to the Berwyn Mountain range behind. The Hut is a Sheperds Hut that has a double bed, tv, toiletries,dressing gowns, towels and a full breakfast hamper. You can even collect your own fresh eggs in the morning. Within easy reach of Clocanog Forest and Llyn Brenig, which is popular for fishing and boating.
Betws-y-Coed, Gwynedd , LL24 0TW
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