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Tyn-Yr-Eithin Bed and Breakfast

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Lancashire, United Kingdom
Reviewed 11 April 2015 via mobile

Whilst we have stayed here before it just gets better. New kitchen installed in the cottage is just superb. The grounds are lovely with woodpeckers and a huge variety of very well fed birds. The only ones better fed are those having Maureen's breakfast.

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1Thank AceGolfer13th
London
Reviewed 3 September 2014

We stayed at Tyn-Yr-Eithin for two nights and had the most relaxing stay ever. The owner - Maureen was very welcome, friendly and cooked us great breakfast. Our room was comfortable, very clean and had a nice view of flowers and green fields. We definitely recommend this place.

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2Thank OxiLondon
Reviewed 25 August 2014 via mobile

Stayed here for two nights for the August Bank Holiday. Lovely warm welcome from Maureen the owner. Plenty of parking space, set well back from the main road. We stayed in the double room in the main house, lovely spacious room, plenty of wardrobe and cupboard space. Super views from our room and the dining room overlooked the lovely gardens....

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4Thank maxwellfield2000
Menai Bridge, United Kingdom
Reviewed 31 July 2014

Coming across Tyn-yr-Eithin farmhouse just outside Tywyn made us very glad we had not pre-booked anywhere in the town. There was one twin cottage room still available for the night, called ‘Ellie’ (grand-daughter of Maureen, the owner), for a total of £68 B&B; and Maureen even brought us a tray of tea and biscuits 10 minutes after we arrived. There...

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2Thank DesRB
Southend
Reviewed 22 July 2013

This was a lovely B & B, the setting is idyllic, the garden is wonderful, the birds worth watching and the dogs very welcoming, as was Maureen the owner. Very comfortable room, all the towels changed daily, breakfast great, home made jam worth taking home. All in all very nice and would recommend it to anyone.

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3Thank Patmag
Leintwardine, United Kingdom
Reviewed 30 June 2013

Beautiful house and fabulous garden situated just outside Bryncrug. We stayed in the b&b rooms "Zoe" and "Ellie", which were clean, comfortable, and with en-suite bathrooms. The excellent breakfast was eaten in the the main house, with a picture window giving a great view of the lovely garden and the varied birdlife visiting the bird tables. The owner Maureen was...

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2Thank JasperSh
Lancashire, United Kingdom
Reviewed 21 June 2013

A little know fact about this lovely B&B is that it has a single bedroom cottage in the grounds which is available on a week by week rental. Very well equipped with stunning views across the fields to the mountains. Cannot recommend highly enough - we have stayed here 4 times already.

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4Thank AceGolfer13th
UK
Reviewed 9 April 2013

I highly recommend Tyn-Yr-Eithin B&B. The actual B&B was so comfortable. The rooms are very clean and well presented and the design of the room was well done to make a really comfortable and efficient yet homely living space. The breakfast room was a lovely sunny room, overlooking the beautiful garden and country side with lovely bird life to watch...

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4Thank Julia F
Manchester, United Kingdom
Reviewed 5 August 2012

A truly lovely Welsh B&B set in a quiet and beautifully scenic location, owned and run by Maureen Shambrook. Commanding stunning views towards Craig y Aderyn (Bird Rock) the house is a sensitively restored Welsh farm set in its own gardens - alive with birds - and located just outside the village of Bryncrug a couple of miles inland from...

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4Thank Otterspotter_10
Nottingham, United Kingdom
Reviewed 20 September 2011

Wonderful bed and breakfast accommodation in stunning location. Walks from the door and ideally situated for Barmouth, Aberdovey, Tywyn and inland forr Dolgellau. Nothing too much trouble here for the owner - Maureen. Very peaceful with stunning views towards the Cader and Birds Rock from the dining room!!

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Tyn Yr Eithin is surrounded by farmland with beautiful views. 5 minute walk to village pub. Large garden to relax in with views to Cader Idris and Birds rock. Ideal for walking, cycling and fishing. Aberdove ... more   less 

Additional Information about Tyn-Yr-Eithin Bed and Breakfast

Address: Bryncrug LL36 9LF, Wales
Region: United Kingdom > Wales > North Wales > Gwynedd > Bryncrug
Price Range: €58 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 3
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See which rooms travellers prefer

“The cottages are great.”
OxiLondon, 3 Sep 2014 | Read review
“All rooms are lovely but choose one of the outside rooms (named 'Zoe' and 'Ellie') for independence from the main house.”
Otterspotter_10, 5 Aug 2012 | Read review
“Have one of the annexe rooms if you can - newly built and fully equipped”
Brenda35_10, 20 Sep 2011 | Read review
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