Penmachno, Betws-y-Coed, LL24 0PU
Tel/Fax:    01690 760410
Email: stay@penmachnohall.co.uk

This website is in the process of being updated.
The virtual tour was filmed in 2008 and the rooms have since been upgraded.
We hope to have a new tour, current photos, and updated text, in the near future



Visit Wales Gold award/Gwobr Aur 2016

AA Gold star award 2012 - 2016

Highly Commended AA Guest Accommodation : 5 Gold Stars 2008 - 2016 (Top 10% award in category)

Selected for "AA Britain's Best B&B Guide" 2006 - 2016.

Listed in the top 5 hotels in Snowdonia, by Essential Hotels, March 2014

Bed & Breakfast of the Year - Regional Winner - Les Routiers 2007

Britains 50 Best B&B's (No.9); The Independent August 2007

Best B&B in Snowdonia; The Guardian July 2007

AA B&B Awards Finalist 2006/7 and 2007/8

Click on the image above to see a virtual tour



Great little Places - "An oasis of tranquility"
Les Routiers Guide 2006/7 - "Ideal for those wanting an effortlessly relaxing break"
Which Guide to Good Hotels 2005/6 - "Dashingly renovated, stone-built rectory in rural idyll"
Washington Post (March 2004) - Where to stay in Snowdonia - "My favourite ... Penmachno Hall"
Gold Standard Welsh Food Hygiene Award

A former Rectory dating from 1862, Penmachno Hall is set in over 2 acres of private grounds, comprising spinney and landscaped garden, fronted by the Glasgwm River. Situated in the Snowdonia National Park, just 4 miles from the tourist centre of Betws-y-Coed, Penmachno Hall offers the discerning visitor the opportunity to be within easy reach of all the major tourist attractions, whilst at the same time enjoying the seclusion that the largely undiscovered Glasgwm valley has to offer.
With its breathtaking views, quiet forest tracks, stepping stones and secret waterfalls, the valley is a haven of tranquillity within easy reach of bustling Betws-y-Coed.

Offering Country House-style accommodation, the 3 spacious bedrooms are all en-suite, and benefit from panoramic views of the garden and surrounding countryside. The two guest reception rooms, the Morning Room and Dining Room, have log and coal fires. Freshly prepared meals, accompanied by a selection of excellent wines, are sometimes available with prior notice.
The Rectory Bridge
The Rectory Bridge
  
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