View from Ty'r Bont and
below, Pont Cyfyng Falls
The cottage being in the Snowdonia National Park, is an excellent
centre for walking, climbing or touring : with the beaches of North
Wales, Anglesey and the Lleyn Peninsula less than an hour's drive
away. The area offers a wide variety of other attractions from the
Snowdon Mountain Railway, the castles of Caernarfon, Conwy, Harlech
and Beaumaris to the slate quarries of Blaenau Ffestiniog.
Ty'r Bont is an early stone cottage of great character, standing in
a quarter of an acre of well fenced garden backing onto the open
The cottage will accommodate four/five people. It consists of one
double bedroom, one twin bedroom (plus a folding bed), a bathroom
and a drying room upstairs, and downstairs a lounge with colour
television, dining room and fully equipped kitchen (electric cooker
and microwave oven).
The property is centrally heated throughout and there an option for
an open coal/log fire in the lounge. There is ample off road
Well mannered pets are welcome to stay at Ty'r Bont.
The village shops in Capel Curig can supply most provisions whilst
a greater variety of shops can be found in Betws-y-Coed four miles
away, and the local market town of Llanwrst some eight miles away.
Capel Curig is also home to Plas y Brenin, the mountain centre,
which provides an introduction to outdoor activities such as
climbing, abseiling, canoeing, skiing etc.
Rates are from £335 per week. Short notice winter weekends are