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Located in the Conwy river valley about 2 km from the centre of Betws-y-Coed, this stately home has divided some of the rooms into apartments. Our apartment at the top was very spacious with a large bedroom and living area, good-sized bathroom and kitchen. It's...More
Great self catering apartment, which was surprisingly roomy, the hall is in its own grounds and within easy walk of betws-y-coed also a good location for visiting snowdonia main attractions. Owners also welcoming and knowledgable about surrounding area. I would recommend and visit again.
Thank Salma S
Response from Michael and Tra... W, Owner at Coed-y-Celyn HallResponded 23 July 2015
Many thanks for leaving such a great review, we are so glad that you enjoyed your stay and we hope to see you again soon.
Tracy & Michael
Just had 2 nights there last weekend. We were a group of 8 MTB'ers (various ages and fitness levels...) and all of us were most impressed with the cleanliness, facilities and overall package on offer. We had the main house and one apartment - both...More
We booked this on the recommendations of previous guests, and Coed y Celyn Hall more than lived up to our expectations. After the very warm welcome from Michael we were escorted to our apartment which was stunning. Large and airy, pristine clean where every iincluded...More
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Response from Michael and Tra... W, Owner at Coed-y-Celyn HallResponded 23 April 2015
We are glad you had a great stay. And the end is in site for the 2 year walk. From South to North Wales along the Cambrian Way some great walking and the ideal training for Patagonia.
Thank you for the review. As we said...More
We stayed for 4 nights in apartment number 7. It was large, clean and had absolutely everything you need for a self-catering break like flasks, tupperware, iron, microwave, washing machine down to borrowing DVD's to watch and torches to get to the pub! Michael recommended...More