B & B

What better way to start your day than with a hearty breakfast made from fresh local ingredients? Spoil yourself by staying at one of these welcoming and comfortable properties.

With a relaxed, informal and friendly atmosphere, it is the little things that make a difference, like the care and attention that is devoted to your needs, no matter how great or small.



Tal Menai Guest House
Bangor Road, Caernarfon, Gwynedd LL55 1TP

Tal Menai, [t] 01286 672160 [m] (0044)7766467473
[e] info@talmenaiguesthouse.com [w] www.talmenaiguesthouse.com

Caernarfon guesthouse dating back to Victorian times and overlooking the Menai Strait and Anglesey. The house is situated off the A487, about a mile from Caernarfon Castle, in the direction of Bangor. We are within easy reach of Anglesey and its beautiful beaches and if you enjoy walking, Snowdonia’s rugged scenery is only a few minutes away.
Buffet breakfast with a range of cereals, fruits, yoghurts, juice, croissants etc
Full British cooked breakfast.




Cysgod y Garn
Frongoch, Bala, LL23 7NT

Cysgod y Garn [t] 01678 521457 [m] 07527897608
[e] carys@fron-goch.co.uk[w] www.fron-goch.co.uk/

Cysgod y Garn, a beautiful Welsh Bed and Beakfast Farmhouse in the heart of Snowdonia close to Bala Lake. Situated in one of the most beautiful corners of Wales just outside Bala in a small Historic village of Frongoch. It stands in its own grounds surrounded by beautiful organic farmland and spectacular rural views.



Y Goeden Eirin
Dolydd, Caernarfon, Gwynedd LL54 7EF

Y Goeden Eirin [t] +44 (0)1286 830942
[e] john_rowlands@tiscali.co.uk[w] www.ygoedeneirin.co.uk

Y Goeden Eirin is situated in the hamlet of Dolydd between Bontnewydd and Groeslon in Gwynedd. It was originally a granite cowshed belonging to Hendre Farm, but it was sympathetically renovated as a dwelling house at the beginning of the nineteen eighties. Eluned and John Rowlands offer a personal welcome to visitors from around the globe in their home which has a thoroughly Welsh atmosphere and where Welsh is the lingua franca.
We offer luxurious accommodation for six people. There is a spacious double room in the main house, with tv, a settee and a desk, and leading from it is a small dressing room, and then a bathroom with bath and a separate shower, with Fired Earth tiling on walls and floor. The facilities are first-rate, with fluffy towels and luxury toiletries.www.ygoedeneirin.co.uk


The Egryn
Lon Sarn Bach, Abersoch, Gwynedd LL53 7EE

The Egryn, [t] 01758 712332
[e] lynne@egryn.com [w] www.egryn.co.uk

If you are looking for the perfect location to stay within Abersoch village then The Egryn is the place for you. Our beautiful Edwardian villa is ideally located in the heart of Abersoch, halfway between the village centre and the main beach. Forget the car when you arrive because everything you need in Abersoch is within 5 minutes easy walk.

We have 8 fully equipped, en-suite rooms, a number of which are family rooms and most have sea or mountain views. We also offer 2 luxuriously appointed suites for those requiring just a little more space with the flexibility of a galley kitchen - ideal for chilling/heating drinks and making picnics for the beach. The smaller of our two suites also has access to a small, grassed patio area.

We have our own on-site car park with ample space for all rooms. You are more than welcome to drop your car off with us should you arrive early and, conversely, leave your car with us for the remainder of your day in the village following check out.

The Egryn is open all year round although we usually take our annual holiday during December including Christmas. However we are back and fully open again for the New Year period. So if you are planning a trip to Abersoch we look forward to hosting you at The Egryn . . . again and again and again.



Tyddyn Iolyn Farmhouse
Pentrefelin, Criccieth, Gwynedd, Wales, LL52 ORB

Tyddyn Iolyn Farmhouse, [t] +44(0)1766 522509
[e] enq@tyddyn-iolyn.co.uk     [w] www.tyddyn-iolyn.co.uk

Tyddyn Iolyn is an idyllic 16th century, oak beamed Welsh farmhouse steeped in local history. In an elevated, peaceful location between the mountains of the Snowdonia National Park and the unspoilt beaches of the Llyn Peninsula, Tyddyn Iolyn boasts the most dramatic open views.

Our five individual en-suite rooms offer the character and charm of converted old farm buildings and are privately situated in the courtyard of the farmhouse, giving our guests privacy and access at any time, and providing quality bed and breakfast accommodation with a difference.