A former Rectory dating from 1862, Penmachno Hall is set in over 2 acres of private grounds, comprising spinney and landscaped garden, fronted by the Glasgwm River. Situated in the Snowdonia National Park, just 4 miles from the tourist centre of Betws-y-Coed, Penmachno Hall offers the discerning visitor the opportunity to be within easy reach of all the major tourist attractions, whilst at the same time enjoying the seclusion that the largely undiscovered Glasgwm valley has to offer.
With its breathtaking views, quiet forest tracks, stepping stones and secret waterfalls, the valley is a haven of tranquility within easy reach of bustling Betws-y-Coed.
Offering Country House-style B&B accomodation, the 3 spacious bedrooms are all en-suite, and benefit from panoramic views of the garden and surrounding countryside. The guest reception room, the Morning Room, has open fires in winter.
Highly Commended AA 5 Star Guest Accommodation Award 2008 -16
Bed & Breakfast of the Year - Regional Winner - Les Routiers 2007
Britains 50 Best B&B's (No.9) ; The Independent August 2007
Best B&B in Snowdonia; The Guardian July 2007
AA B&B Awards Finalist 2006/7 and 2007/8
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Roadfrom A5 main road(2.0 miles)
Take the Penmachno Road (B4406) from the A5, by the Conwy Falls Cafe, following the brown tourist signs for Ty Mawr (National Trust Property).
On arriving at the centre of Penmachno cross the bridge and continue to the Eagles Pub.
Still following signs for Ty Mawr take the turning straight ahead, along the right hand side of the pub.
Penmachno Hall will be seen, in about 300 yards, immediately after the Rectory Bridge (Pont Ceunant).