We welcome you to Cwmanog Isaf Farm B&B Betws-y-coed
Cwmanog Isaf Farm B&B is tucked away in the most beautiful peaceful surroundings at the heart of the Conwy Valley. Although the house is in a secluded position it is only a 20 minute walk to the busy market town of Betws y Coed with it's shops and restaurants.
Cwmanog Isaf Farm B&B is a working farm and is an ideal base from which to to visit the attractions of North Wales or just relax and enjoy a quiet break away from it all.
The farm is set close to the village of Betws-y-Coed which was founded around a monastery in the late sixth century, later the town grew around the local lead mining industry. In 1815, the Waterloo Bridge built by Thomas Telford which today carries the A5 road across the River Conwy and through the village. This improved communication links enabled the village to become a major coaching centre between Corwen (to the east) and Capel Curig (to the west) on the Irish Mail route from London to Holyhead, which led to the improvement of the roads south to Blaenau Ffestiniog and north to Llanrwst and Conwy.
Betws-y-Coed is set in the Conwy Valley, an area of outstanding natural beauty will lots of the magic and mystery of the past woven into the majestic scenery, which stretches, from the coastline right through the rural heart of Snowdonia. The compelling mountain ranges, tranquil lakes and wild moorland provide the ultimate picturesque backdrop stretching back hundreds of years to an awesome past.
Cwmanog Isaf Farm B&B, is the perfect get away break and the ideal base from whioch to explore this magnificent area of Wales.