These delightful rooms overlook the garden at the back of the house, and have ample seating. Features include an en suite bathroom with a power shower, a TV/DVD player and tea and coffee facilities and free WiFi. One room opens onto its own patio.
Situated in one of the most picturesque villages in Snowdonia, Bryn Bella Guest House is surrounded by dramatic scenery and is only a short walk from the centre of Betws-y-Coed. With beautiful lakes and mountains on the doorstep, including Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales, there is always somewhere new to explore in Snowdonia and you will never be short of something to do whatever the weather.
All rooms en-suite
Allocated private parking space
Free WiFi for internet access
Eco-friendly B&B with garden
Guest lounge with extensive library
Общение с гостями
As enthusiastic climbers and walkers we are more than able to suggest walks and activities in the area. Our knowledge based on many years of experience from living and working in the area is second to none. Our aim is to ensure you have a holiday experience you will remember for ever.
Другие важные подробности
At Bryn Bella Guest House we care passionately about the environment. Listed as one of the 30 coolest B&Bs in Britain in March 2010, by the Times, Bryn Bella is an eco-lover’s dream. Our eco-friendly credentials include:
electricity from renewable sources
water heated by solar energy
actively recycle wherever possible
home grown fruit and vegetables
eggs from our chickens
free electric car charging point for our guests
Bryn Bella was the first hotel in North Wales to receive the prestigious Gold Award from the Green Business Tourism Scheme, and was named “Most Sustainable B&B” in the Green Snowdonia Tourism Awards.
Check in is any time after 15.00 hrs. and check out is 10.00 hrs. If you are planning to arrive after 22.00 hrs. Please ring in advance so we can make arrangements for your arrival.
As a keen mountaineer I am involved with the local mountain rescue team, NEWSAR. I first started climbing at the age of 10 and have so far climbed on four continents. I first joined North East Wales Search And Rescue in 2011 but have been involved with Mountain Rescue since I moved to Snowdonia in 2004.
I joined to put something back into the community as my business is dependent on tourism and I feel it is important that we are there to help tourists and local people alike as and when required.
The best things about volunteering with the Team is the camaraderie, the ability to work as a team during testing situations and delivering a positive response for the local community.
The experience I have gained helps me immensely in my business especially with guests who wish to explore Snowdonia, so be sure to ask if you have any questions.