Bryn Guest House in Conwy, North Wales, is a large Victorian family home built around 1860 which offers quality bed and breakfast accommodation.
Free Wi-Fi and parking
Convenient location in Conwy
Stunning views of the surrounding town and country
It stands in extensive, walled gardens bordered on one side by the medieval towers and the town walls of Conwy, built by King Edward I between 1283 and 1289.
The guest house has free on site parking, free Wi-Fi and is an ideal accommodation base for exploring the whole of North Wales.
This extremely comfortable non-smoking bed and breakfast accommodation has five bedrooms – four en-suite and one with private bathroom.
Bryn Guest House is recommended in the Lonely Planet Guide, and is featured in Rick Steve’s Great Britain Guide. It has also received a Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor .