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children upto 18yrs
- Near the Coast
- Child and Baby Friendly
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Cyclists Accepted
- Walker Friendly
- Open Fire or Stove
- Own Parking
- En-Suite Rooms
- Secure Storage
- Short Breaks
- Wi-Fi Access
- Detached Property
- Rural Location
Rhiwiau Guesthouse/Bed and Breakfast at Llanfairfechan on the North Wales Coast is ideally situated for exploring the coastal towns of North Wales and the Snowdonia National Park.
Rhiwiau is less than 5 minutes from the A55 between Llanfairfechan and Abergwyngregyn. With Bangor and it's University only 15 minutes away, Snowdon 20 mins drive and Holyhead and it's Irish ferries only 40 minutes away it is an ideal location to explore North Wales & Snowdonia . Our idyllic setting, 600 feet up in a secluded valley, provides panoramic views overlooking the Menai Straits and Isle of Anglesey and hills, woodland & mountains to the rear.
We have been family owned and run since 1972.
Rhiwiau always offers a warm welcome and a happy relaxed atmosphere as the many return guests confirm.
Rhiwiau has much to offer its guests
* Bed and Breakfast
* Evening meals, packed lunches or full board.
Our aim is to make your stay with us as relaxed and stress free as possible.
North Wales Holidays
The area holds many diverse attractions including castles, National Trust houses, Betws-y-Coed and Snowdonia, marine and bird reserves, golden beaches on Anglesey, beautiful gardens, theatres, water sports, zoos, dry ski slopes, 10-pin bowling, golf, fishing and horse riding.
Our four bedrooms have en-suite facilities,TV, tea/coffee making facilities and are available as twin,double or family rooms. Single occupancy is available. The accommodation is fully centrally heated with log fires and natural stone features in the lounge and dining room.
Wireless internet access available.
This is a non smoking establishment, however, smoking is permitted outside in designated areas.
Excellent home cooking.
Local and home grown produce used when ever possible .
Vegetarian and special diets can be catered for.
Although we don't offer guided walks there are several walks that start from our door, or why not enjoy a stroll through our 17 acres of woodland and gardens. We provide maps for established routes although we do not offer guided walks.
Llanfairfechan is renowned for its walks which suit all ages and abilities.
Scenic View from Rhiwiau Isaf
Choose a gentle stroll along the 'Cob' by the seashore or walk from Terrace Walk to Three Streams where you will find panoramic views over Aberconwy Bay and Menai Straits to Anglesey. If you prefer more strenuous exercise there are numerous trails in the surrounding hills leading up to the Aber Lake, The Druids Circle and the old Roman Road. Also the beautiful Aber Falls.
The North Wales Coastal Path is also easily accessible.
Rhiwiau also serves as an ideal base for high level mountain walks up to the Carneddau range, with such challenging peaks as, Tal-y-Fan(2001 ft), Drum(2529ft), Foel Fras(2092 ft), Carnedd Dyfydd (3425ft) and Carnedd Llwelyn (3484ft), all in the Snowdonia National Park.
For walks further afield, the Sherpa and other local bus services combine with the Conwy Valley Railway service from Llandudno Junction as an alternative to using the car. Combined tickets are available. The area contains a number of places of interest including castles, National Trust houses, Betws-y-coed and Snowdonia, marine and bird reserves, golden beaches on Anglesey, beautiful gardens, theatres, water sports, zoos, dry ski slopes, 10-pin bowling, golf, fishing and Horse riding.
Llanfairfechan Upland Walk Walk from the coastal village to cross the thousand-foot contour line at the base of the Carneddau range of mountains for views of the Old Stone Age axe factory, Dinas hill fort, Anglesey and the Great Orme.
Please contact us for more information or visit our website.