Tyddyn Bychan, Cefn Brith, Cerrigydrudion, Conwy, LL21 9TS
Tyddyn Bychan is an 18th century traditional Welsh farmhouse and barns set in private grounds and surrounded on all sides by farmland. Situated in an excellent central location, for mountain biking, road cycling, canoeing, walking, climbing, fishing and numerous watersports including whitewater rafting.
The main bunkhouse sleeps 18 in two en suite rooms. All the bunks are handmade and of a very high standard. The smaller bunkhouse sleeps 9 in two en suite rooms and has its own kitchen, conservatory and lounge. All bedding is included.
Delicious homemade food is available if booked in advance. The bunkhouses are ideal for self-catering with very well equipped kitchen/dining rooms. There is a good parking area well away from the road.This accommodation is featured on our map of Snowdonia and North Wales and here is its own website.
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01490 420680 Mob: 07523 995741
28: 1×10; 1×8; 1×6; 1×3
All year, all day.
£15 pp including bedding.
Booking is essential
GR 931 504. Turn off A5 at Cerrigydrudion. Take B4501 out of village for Llyn Brenig, take the turning on left for Cefn Brith. After about 2 miles you will see a phone box on left, chapel on right and the road widens for a layby. The gate for Tyddyn is on the left directly opposite junction on the right.
Nearest train station is at Betws-y-Coed. Nearest National Express service at Llandudno. Phone 01492 575412 for details.
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I was particularly charmed by the barbecue house.
There plenty of activities to do near Tyddyn Bychan (near Snowdonia, North Wales). Its a great stopover or base if you’re walking or cycling the area. Also, it is housed in two charming 18th century traditional Welsh farmhouse and barns surrounded by farmland. But look more closely at their website, do you see it now?
Yes! A barbecue house! That’s an indoor barbecue. How cool is that!
Of course they have pride themselves on their artisan touch, and rightly so: All the bunks are handmade and of a very high standard and homemade food is also available.
Its sounds like a hidden gem doesn’t it?
Tyddyn Bychan has a newly fitted a porch, showing where the main farmhouse entrance used to be 250 years ago !
Tyddyn Bychan rural bunkhouse is part of a 18th century Welsh farm and it’s new porch shows where the main entrance to the farmhouse used to be 250 years ago. The farm is sheltered and south facing, and set in two acres of grounds surrounded by peaceful farmland. Tyddyn Bychan is in the hamlet of Cefn Brith, a mile from the A5 and 2 miles from the village shop. A local taxi firm is available to ferry people to the pub and local eateries. If you don’t want to eat out you can be prepared your own meals in the bunkhouse or prebook delicious home-made meals from the farm. Tyydyn Bychan is laid back and we don’t mind late arrivals if you have a long journey or a late start, just let us know. Ask us about bringing your dog.