Gwynfryn Bed & Breakfast

Accommodation, Guest House / B&Bs in Conwy

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Gwynfryn Bed & Breakfast


Gwynfryn B&B and Refrectory is situated in a converted 19th Century Welsh Methodist Chapel located within the cobbled streets of the historical walled town of Conwy, designated an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Offering Visit Wales 4 Star Boutique Bed and Breakfast accommodation in the converted Chapel House and the Chapel Vestry. Our rooms have been beautifully furnished to offer comfortable yet stylish accommodation each with its own eclectic decor.
The Refectory is in main Chapel area which has been renovated to a high standard whilst still retaining a wealth of its historical features including the organ, pulpit, ornate balcony and the pews which have been modified into banquet style tables & seating. Here you will be served your full Welsh breakfast and during the day and evenings there will be the opportunity to sample some of our tasty dishes of the day. Using locally sourced ingredients we will be offering homemade traditional Welsh food including Leek Soup, Cawl (Welsh Stew), Welsh Rarebit, Welsh Cakes & Bara Brith. All washed down with a Conwy Real Ale or glass of wine.
We also have a 2 bedroom self-catering cottage which is includes a balcony with stunning views of the town.
We look forward to seeing you at Gwynfryn soon.

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