The Tal Y Cafn Hotel

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The Tal Y Cafn Hotel

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Welcome to the Tal-Y-Cafn, a modern day Coaching Inn turned Bistro, with a delicious locally sourced menu, local beers, spirits and a carefully selected wine list. Enjoy the fantastic atmosphere and warm welcome of your host Graham Higgins and Head Chef Dylan Timperley, in this recently redeveloped 200 year old inn set in one of the most beautiful locations in the Conwy Valley. Just a short drive from

Betws-y-Coed, Llandudno, Conwy and the North Wales coast – Tal-Y-Cafn sits right at the centre of some of the best days out in North Wales. Also available a King size room and family room that sleeps three, both en-suite with large walk in shower and slipper style bath. Both with stunning mountain views. Soon to come in 2018, luxury Lodge Lodges from West Coast Log Homes UK.

Tal-Y-Cafn sits right at the centre of some of the best days out in North Wales. Whether you fancy a day out in the Snowdonia National Park, action packed adventure underground at Go Below, flying through the air at Zip World or catching a wave at Surf Snowdonia – the Tal-Y-Cafn is a great place to stay or relax, eat and drink.


With breathtaking views of the rise and fall of the Snowdonia Mountain range, Tal-y-Cafn Hotel has welcomed visitors to its doors since it was a coaching inn, back in the mists of time. Despite its grand old age, the hotel possesses all the modern facilities, and is immaculately designed within. There’s a spacious layout and rustic charm that allows a relaxed ambiance to come through. The hotel's location is perfect for sightseeing, and the staff are friendly and helpful. However, you may decide to just chill out and relish your surroundings instead. The hotel has a fantastic restaurant with talented chefs serving locally sourced fresh food, but with an interesting Lancashire twist. The rooms are elegantly and stylishly fashioned, with choices including The Snowden Suite, where you can enjoy stunning views from your steaming Hot Tub, whilst sipping something cool and delicious.


Rich with history, The Tal-y-Cafn has roots extending back to the late Middle Ages, and continues to welcome locals and passerbys through its handsome doors. Situated at the historic crossing point on the splendid River Conwy, Tal-y-Cafn is just a short drive away from Betws-y-Coed and Llandudno. With breathtaking views of the snow capped Snowdonia Mountains, dine in a chilled, laid back atmosphere, amongst an eclectic rustic elegance. All food is locally sourced and cooked by an excellent team of highly experienced Chefs. Divine dishes include towering, succulent burgers, superb Sunday Roasts served with luscious veggies. Also choose from a selection of Light Bites, Sides and dreamy desserts. ‘ Little folk’ have a brilliant menu of their own to choose from too, with lots of yummy delights.

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Tal Y Cafn , Conwy Valley,
Colwyn Bay, Conwy , LL28 5RR





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