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Received a warm welcome from our hosts into their lovely home. Facilities were perfect.location is fabulous- valley is beautiful. Our hosts knowledge of the local area and beyond was amazing.
An exceptional break and we look forward to returning again.
We had the pleasure to spend 3 nights at Bryn Sion farm. Robert and Lyn are amazing hosts. We really enjoyed staying in their house.
The place is actually a working farm and we arrived in the middle of the lambing season which was an...更多
The cottage is in an idyllic location 1.5 miles from local village hosts are friendly room amazing and a very comfortable bed
Breakfast was good would recommend a stay here bring a head torch
The host can recommend a lot of local walks and local...更多
Myself and my friend stayed here for 1 night.
We arrived to Bryn Sion Farm before the check in time of 4 o'clock, but we called ahead to make sure there was room for us to park. The lady explained that it was no problem...更多
This was out first b&b visit and we were fairly nervous at what to expect. The hosts were welcoming and full of knowledge of the area and further a field. Our room was more than comfortable- we slept great and had no complaints regarding the...更多
Bryn Sion is a working sheep & cattle farm which has been in the same family for generations. Robert, Lynwen and their children Dafydd, Ieuan and Catrin take great pride in making their guests feel at home. Lynwen says, People usually arrive as guests and leave as friends. A 250-year-old traditional Welsh farmhouse of natural stone and slate, surrounded by beautiful hills, and with green valleys. Set amongst idyllic scenery of the Snowdonia National Park. We are situated in the beautiful Cywarch valley, an ideal base for those wishing to explore this picturesque and unspoilt area. The Aran mountain (3,000 feet) can be reached by footpaths directly from all properties including also many other excellent walks within the surrounding areas. For those who are less energetic, the valley is an ideal base for bird watching, fishing and shooting locally, horse riding, golf, quad biking are available nearby. Bala and Vyrnwy Lakes are 20 minutes drive over the highest pass in Wales.