Gwynfryn is a cosy, semi-detached cottage with a warming wood burner in a beamed living room.

It provides a truly central location for exploring North Wales. Local walks are available from the door, whilst a short drive away are the beautiful sparkling waters of Llyn Brenig.

The town of Corwen is also at one end of the Llangollen Railway, offering steam hauled trains along the Dee Valley to Llangollen, home of the International Musical Eisteddfod.

Betws-y-Coed, the ’Gateway to the Snowdonia National Park’, is just 12 miles away, featuring the exciting Zip World Fforest with adventure a-plenty for all the family. Bala is also just a short drive, with pretty Bala Lake (the largest natural lake in Wales) and the National Whitewater Rafting Centre close by. Beach 30 miles.

The local shop is 50 yards away and the pub and restaurant are 150 yards away. There's a park with playground 25 yards away.

5 guests; 3 bedrooms; 4 beds; 1 bath; free parking.

Gwynfrin in Cerrigydrudion is very easy to find here. Bear right off the A5 (if coming west from Llangollen/Shropshire) and then it's the block after the Londis general store, on the same side of the road.

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