Crafnant Guest House
Mike & Jan Bertenshaw offer you a warm welcome to Crafnant Guest House - formerly a Victorian farmhouse situated in the centre of this peaceful village, which takes its name from one of the beautiful lakes which nestle in the wooded valleys just above.
Whilst there are unlimited areas of scenic beauty to be explored, and numerous activities to be enjoyed, many visitors find plenty of time to simply wind down and relax. We endeavour to provide an informal and relaxing atmosphere where you can fully appreciate the picturesque setting of Trefriw and its surrounding countryside.
There are a number of places in and around the village which serve excellent food including two traditional village pubs only a stroll away.
The Guest House is appointed to a high standard and retains many of its original features, charm and elegance.
There is ample parking in a private car park to the rear of the property.
Trefriw village lies in the beautiful Conwy valley and nestles at the foot of thickly wooded valleys which form the backdrop to the village and ascend to give spectacular views of the surrounding countryside and mountain ranges. Numerous streams tumble down the hillsides, fed from the three mountain lakes (less than 3 miles) which are situated in the valleys just above the village, which is why Trefriw is sometimes known as the 'Gateway to the Lakes'.
Visitors to the lakes can enjoy a spot of fishing, hire a rowing boat, or just stroll along the shore and enjoy breathtaking scenery. Many people choose Trefriw as their destination as they appreciate its unspoilt charm and peaceful, relaxing setting away from the hustle and bustle of traffic and crowds - yet within easy reach of the busier resorts.
Nearby you will find - Betws-y-Coed, Mount Snowdon, Bodnant Gardens, Llanberis, Conwy and numerous castles!
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This page was last updated: 19 June 2010