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Don't forget we are near Zip World if you fancya bit of adventure.
Book now for an amazing luxury holiday in Snowdonia near Zip World.
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Rivers, waterfalls, mountain biking trails & other outdoor adventure sports are just a stone's throw from Tyn Rhos
Ty'n Rhos 5 star Country House Hotel is conveniently located close to the popular areas of Caernarfon, Bangor & Snowdonia in the heart of North Wales
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Don't forget to book with our restaurant and/or hotel for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day and Easter breaks and check out our news page to keep up to date with everything going on at Tyn Rhos. #snowdonia #northwales #sunset #sunsetphotography #sunsetphotos #landscape #nature  
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Looking for a great Christmas event during your stay with us? Well you are in luck because Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways are hosting some extra special santa trains this December. On the Ffestiniog rail Santa trains will run between Porthmadog and Tan-y-Bwlch on the 19th, 20th and 22nd and on the Welsh Highland rail the Santa trains will run between Caernarfon and Waunfawr on the 19th 20th, 22nd and 23rd!
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It's not too early to book next year's mountain or cliff climbing holiday in North Wales.
Sea Cliffs at Rhoscolyn Ogwen Valley Cemlyn Bay – Anglesey Snowdon Mountain An obvious choice for the majority of our visitors. Please see the Section on Snowdon Ogwen Valley Within the Snowdonia National Park, Ogwen Valley is the most northerly main valley. Surrounding the valley are mountains around 1000meters high with variable terrain. The …
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Did you know North Wales is home to an assortment of incredible old railways? Our historic railways are an impressive attraction to discover on your North Wales holiday, including our old world steam powered locomotives.
There is the Welsh Highland Railway that zigzags through the National Park, the Ffestiniog Railway, the Llanberis Lake Railway, the Snowdon Mountain railway and of course the Great Orme Tramway.
All railway attractions are popular, therefore we recommend booking any of these in advance of your stay. All railways are seasonal usually April until October – depending on weather. We always advise you check direct on company website beforehand. For those who want more railways!..a little further afield there is the Barmouth Steam Railway, Bala …
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Don't forget to book with our restaurant and/or hotel for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day and Easter breaks and check out our news page to keep up to date with everything going on at Tyn Rhos.
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We are so excited for the year ahead at Tyn Rhos. We are underway refurbishing some of our beautiful bedrooms to make them even more luxurious for our guests. We cannot wait to show you once they are complete and we highly recommend booking a holiday for the spring and summer seasons to get the benefit!
Tyn Rhos 5 star Country House Hotel in Snowdonia nr Bangor and Caernarfon is close to a wonderful array of attractions and activities.
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Find out more about all our current Christmas and New Year Packages, Winter season special offers and of course our bespoke gift vouchers, which make the perfect gift this Christmas.
Tyn Rhos Boutique Hotel in Snowdonia have fabulous Christmas and New Years packages as well as bespoke gift vouchers to purchase and special winter offers as well this season.
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An activity we highly recommend when visiting North Wales for your holiday is horse riding. Find out more - 
An ever growing activity in the area, North Wales has become a destination for horse-riding with the varied type of terrain available to explore on horseback. Snowdonia Riding Stables Situated between the sea and Mount Snowdon, Snowdonia riding stables are able to offer superb riding experiences amongst some of the most beautiful mountain and coastal …
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Llanddeiniolen Caernarfon, Snowdonia LL55 3AE UK
GBSnowdoniaCaernarfonLL55 3AE
+44 1248 670489tynrhos.co.uk
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Tyn Rhos 5 star Country House Hotel is situated on the edge of Snowdonia and close to the wonderful towns of Bangor and Caernarfon in North Wales.
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Individually designed rooms in a rural retreat, plus an elegant garden-view restaurant.- Google
"We had one of the courtyard rooms which was very spacious and comfortable."
"The owner of this hotel does not know how to communicate with her customers."
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Alison Green
3 weeks ago
The approach is good; the reception is welcoming, warm, friendly......exactly as you would wish it. All the reception rooms, dining rooms and other offices are emmaculate. The bedrooms are beautiful and warm and the bathrooms have the softest, fluffiest towels you've ever felt. But, the food, out of this world !!! The chef is an expert in his field. You have to see it and taste it to experience such culinary delights !! If you stay here ( and I hope you do ) do make sure that the " baked whole sirloin " in on the menu, an exceptional rare treat !!! We most definitely, will return despite a round trip of 340 miles. Glendon Green.
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Sarah Millman
a year ago
A last minute booking for myself, my fiance and our baby with another room for my mother. Looked lovely on the internet. The manageress was working on reception when we arrived and was polite, but brusque and made it VERY clear that she was unhappy about having a baby in the hotel - we were told several times that the baby wasn't allowed in the dining room, but we could sit outside or in the conservatory. As the weather was hot, we opted to sit outside and were seated just outside the open patio doors to the dining room, which seemed ridiculous as we were unable to sit one metre away in the dining room. The rooms were very hot and when we asked for fans, we were told that they didn't have any and the rooms would cool down when the sun went down. Sunset was at about 10pm, so since our baby goes to sleep at about 7, she had to be put down in just a nappy as she was so hot. Our ensuite was an interior room and thus had no window and it had no extractor fan, so in trying to cool the baby in the shower, the bedroom became incredibly humid as there was no vent for the moisture. It was so exasperating and the hotel seemed unwilling to even try and do anything about it. My mother's room was very small and in full sun all evening, and was so uncomfortably hot she had to sleep with the door to the corridor open all night which made her very uncomfortable as a single woman. The meal we had in the evening was very nice, I wouldn't describe it as gourmet, but it was well cooked. I had sea bass, which was was cooked perfectly, but the upside down rhubarb cheesecake was disappointing, stewed rhubarb topped with a sweet cream and crushed gingernut biscuits. Not really cheesecake flavoured at all. The breakfast was ok, but my mother had the eggs benedict and the hollandaise was appalling - basically tasting only of vinegar and was inedible. We had booked for 3 nights, but after the uncomfortably hot night and the hotel's unwillingness to provide fans to make it bearable, we decided to leave. Immediately the manageress became surly and rude. I was amazed at how the facade of niceness fell away before our eyes and her true colours became apparent. A terrible experience and how this establishment got five stars, I have no idea. No air conditioning, no extractor fan in the bathroom, no fans available in the heat and a rude and unhelpful manageress. The evening meal was nice, but certainly not five star quality (my partner is a chef) and the breakfast was very averagely cooked despite good quality ingredients. The decor of the hotel seemed to have been designed by several different people, none of whom consulted with the others. No fridges in the bedrooms, cheap and nasty tea and coffee in the bedrooms. The only positives of our stay were the lovely waiting staff in the restaurant who really were delightful and the evening meal we had. Basically a three star B&B with an ego problem that purports to be more than it is.
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Richard Bray
2 years ago
Never Stay here. We booked in for a weekend away in Wales with another couple. The hotel is ok but the Manager / Owner is one of the nastiest people I have ever met. The way she spoke to my wife and our friends was beyond belief. I don't know how she is in the hospitality industry when she berates customers in front of other guests. My wife was holding our 7 week old baby when she was having a go at my wife because she wanted to eat in the lounge or our room so we could soothe our baby. Apparently this hotel does not do room service and they are not accommodating at all. They way she spoke to her guests is the worst part. Reading reviews online, this is not a one of occurrence. Many people have had problems with the management here. She ruined our weekend and we ended up leaving. I would never recommend anyone stay here.
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Nathan Hocking
2 years ago
Wonderful house and views. Service is excellent and the meals were the best I have had in a B&B (Amazing!). I'd jump at the chance to stay again!
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Livetech - Web Designers
5 months ago
Livetech have worked with Ty'n Rhos for several years. We were delighted to develop the website for this stunning hotel and we continue to provide our web marketing services. It has been wonderful to work alongside a company who know how to showcase the many beautiful features of their hotel and embrace the latest digital marketing technologies to make their establishment stand out.
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Jason Mitchell
a year ago
We had one of the courtyard rooms which was very spacious and comfortable. Best of all was the fine dining experience as the food was just first class as was the service. Thoroughly recommended and will definitely visit again.
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Emma Bray
2 years ago
Never in my life have i ever been treated so appallingly. The owner of this hotel does not know how to communicate with her customers. They promote the fact that they are a dog friendly and child friendly hotel only to realise they are not accommodating what so ever to the needs of a mother of a 7 week old baby and a couple who have a dog. I wanted breakfast and my daughter was crying, so not to disturb the other guests staying at the hotel i asked if there was any chance i could have my breakfast in the lounge only to be told that there was no way they could do this. I asked the owner why this would be so difficult and because i challenged her to launched into a full attack on how it was not her problem that i had a baby. My friend was also staying with her dog and the dog was not allowed to go anywhere other than her room. I asked why they say on their website that they are a child and dog friendly hotel if they can not accommodate the needs of mother or a dog owner only then to be told they do not want guests who have dogs and babies. I am extremely well travelled and i have never recieved such a poor service. The lady owner is the rudest person i have ever come across. If you would like to enjoy a weekend in this area i would recommend that you stay well clear of this awful woman. The hotel itself is very nice and the other members of staff are lovely. Just a shame that the owner has to part of the daily running on this hotel.
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Ben Berry
a year ago
Loved my stay. Everything was perfect. I'd recommend it to anyone.