Tu Hwnt i’r Bont Tearoom
For visitors to North Wales generally (and the Conwy Valley, Betws-y-Coed in particular), Tu Hwnt I’r Bont is itself, in this idyllic setting, an obvious ‘must see’ tourist attraction; offering as it does, a truly authentic and hugely enjoyable ‘taste’ of North Wales and its culture. Comfortably accommodating 50 people inside in traditional style, we seat a further 30 outside in our lovely tea garden, including full waitress service. By prior arrangement, groups of 20 to 80 people are welcome. We have our own private car park situated at the rear of the building, suitable for 30 cars. Tu Hwnt I’r Bont Tearoom and Restaurant is open: 10.30 – 5.00 (waitress service)
Nr Inigo Jones Bridge
Llanrwst, Conwy , LL26 0PL
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Walking in Conwy Valley & Denbighshire
Trefriw can be accessed from Conwy along the B5106. Trefriw is famous for the Woollen Mill which still weaves cloth today and exports all over the world.- well worth a
Zip World Fforest
“Is it a bird? Is it a tree elf?” No, it’s actually the adrenaline filled adventure of a lifetime, amongst the lofty trees of the Conwy Valley.
Rwst Holiday Lodges
The handsome, historical town of Llanwrst is a resplendent jewel in the Vale Of Conwys crown. Abundant with flora and fauna, the eye-catching 16 / 17th Century three arched bridge
Trem Gwydir Holiday Village
Whether you bring your bikes or your boots to explore the Gwydir Forest just across the bridge or bring your children to enjoy the brilliant beaches of North Wales.