Bryn Tyrch Inn

Accommodation, Guest House / B&Bs in Capel Curig

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Bryn Tyrch Inn


This Inn is ever so charming! From the moment you walk in, the hosts welcome you with open arms. Ideally located in the iconic Snowdonia National Park, this destination is idyllic. Perfect for a romantic getaway, it is set in the picture perfect village of Capel Curig. All of the rooms have been individually designed to a high standard and offer fantastic amenities. There are 12 in total. Expect this four star accommodation to exceed all of your expectations. Feeling hungry? The bar and bistro is an absolute delight to locals and visitors alike. Named ‘Y Bryn’, which apparently means ‘The Hill’, it boasts some of the most incredible views from the area and offers many delicious food and drink options. From here, you can admire views over the Snowdon Horseshoe and Mount Siabod. Having been awarded an AA one Rosette standard, all the ingredients are locally sourced and served fresh daily. There is a great range of Welsh Cask Ales, cocktails and wines too! If you like staying active, there are so many activities that guests can enjoy nearby. Surf Snowdonia and Zip World are only a stone’s throw away! Betws y Coed is nearby too.


“Thou hast taught me, Silent River! Many a lesson, deep and long”. H.W.Wandsworth.

The small but mighty village of Capel Curig, is perfectly positioned for breathtaking walks and outstanding scenery. The long stone hotel Bryn Tyrch, is fronted with bright, welcoming windows. A cordial welcome greets you inside too, from the lovely owners, and no matter how long you stay, you’ll want to return, as soon as possible. With the dove-white peaks of the Snowdonian range, soaring into the sky, the views from this delightful hotel are just breathtaking. With twelve uniquely designed en-suite bedrooms, there is a choice of Standard/Superior/Luxury plus family accommodation. The rooms are impeccably furnished with soft, gentle colours andpossesses special features, such as the natural stone walls and views of the river flowing by.A splendid restaurant is available offering appetising food or chill out in the lounge by a roaring fire.

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Nearby Attractions

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Llyn Crafnant Lakeside Cafe & Fishery

Fish for Trout in Natural Surroundings in a Stunning North Wales ValleyLlyn Crafnant is one of the most beautiful and unspoilt spots in North Wales,


Walking in Conwy Valley & Denbighshire

Trefriw can be accessed from Conwy along the B5106. Trefriw is famous for the Woollen Mill which still weaves cloth today and exports all over the world.- well worth a

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Walking in Snowdonia

A short walk to Cwm Idwal followed by a demanding ascent to a high peak on the Glyders known as Y Garn. The descent passes just below the notorious Devil's

Nearby Eating Out

Ty Hyll The Ugly House TMB

Tŷ Hyll - The Ugly House

Shrouded in mystery, Ty Hyll (the Ugly House) is some 3 miles west of Betws-y-Coed, on the A5 towards Capel Curig.Its origins allegedly go back to 1475,

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Chandlers Brasserie

Arwel is fluent in the Welsh Language & was born in the village of Trefriw. He is a well-established Local Chef with 32yrs experience and a large local trade following.

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Tu Hwnt i’r Bont Tearoom

For visitors to North Wales generally (and the Conwy Valley, Betws-y-Coed in particular), Tu Hwnt I’r Bont is itself, in this idyllic setting, an obvious ‘must see’ tourist attraction;