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Tyn-Yr-Eithin Bed and Breakfast

Bryncrug LL36 9LF, Wales
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09/07/2017 10/07/2017
1 room
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    2 adults
    • 2 adults
      0 children
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        Reviewed 11 April 2015 via mobile

        Whilst we have stayed here before it just gets better. New kitchen installed in the cottage is just superb. The grounds are lovely with woodpeckers and a huge variety of very well fed birds. The only ones better fed are those having Maureen's breakfast.

        1  Thank AceGolfer13th
        Reviewed 3 September 2014

        We stayed at Tyn-Yr-Eithin for two nights and had the most relaxing stay ever. The owner - Maureen was very welcome, friendly and cooked us great breakfast. Our room was comfortable, very clean and had a nice view of flowers and green fields. We definitely...More

        2  Thank OxiLondon
        Reviewed 26 August 2014 via mobile

        Stayed here for two nights for the August Bank Holiday. Lovely warm welcome from Maureen the owner. Plenty of parking space, set well back from the main road. We stayed in the double room in the main house, lovely spacious room, plenty of wardrobe and...More

        4  Thank maxwellfield2000
        Reviewed 31 July 2014

        Coming across Tyn-yr-Eithin farmhouse just outside Tywyn made us very glad we had not pre-booked anywhere in the town. There was one twin cottage room still available for the night, called ‘Ellie’ (grand-daughter of Maureen, the owner), for a total of £68 B&B; and Maureen...More

        2  Thank DesRB
        Reviewed 22 July 2013

        This was a lovely B & B, the setting is idyllic, the garden is wonderful, the birds worth watching and the dogs very welcoming, as was Maureen the owner. Very comfortable room, all the towels changed daily, breakfast great, home made jam worth taking home....More

        3  Thank Patmag
        Hotel description
        Tyn Yr Eithin is surrounded by farmland with beautiful views. 5 minute walk to village pub. Large garden to relax in with views to Cader Idris and Birds rock. Ideal for walking, cycling and fishing. Aberdove
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        "All rooms are lovely but choose one of the outside rooms (named 'Zoe' and 'Ellie') for..."
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