A warm welcome awaits you at Tregarth Homestay Bed & Breakfast. Situated at the entrance to the beautiful Ogwen Valley in the foothills of Snowdonia, North Wales. The elevated setting affords beautiful views of the mountains, the Menai Straight, Anglesey and Puffin Island.
Breakfast is served in our breakfast/kitchen, or on our sun terrace if weather permits. We have a varied menu, and breakfast is freshly cooked whilst you wait. We use local produce wherever possible.
Whether you're on holiday or away on business, we cater for both couples and singles. One double bedroom has an en-suite shower room, the other two rooms (one single and one twin) have private bath/shower rooms, all with high pressure showers. All rooms have electric blankets in the beds and flat screen TV's. There is also a cosy guest lounge with TV, and a wide selection of brochures, maps and books. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the house. Tea/coffee making and laundry facilities are also provided. All of the rooms boast mountain views.
Kathleen & Peter Coleman have been in the hospitality business since 1996 and have the "Welcome Host" Gold Award. They first experienced the 'homestay' concept in Australia and New Zealand. "The idea is to welcome guests into our home as friends and be available to spend time with them if they so wish".
It is ideally situated, being in a quiet rural location on the edge of a small village, yet just two miles from the A55 Expressway and the A5 and 4 miles from Bangor. There is something for everyone within easy reach! A host of outdoor activities can be experienced near Tregarth, from gentle walking to mountaineering and water sports. There are a number of footpaths and cycle tracks on our doorstep. Please note that own transport is essential if staying over the week-end as there is no bus service from Tregarth on Sundays.
Packed lunches available at £5.
Week-ends, July, August and Bank holidays minimum stay 2 nights.
Environmental StatementTowels are changed on request rather than automatically. Radiators have adjustable thermostatic valves so that guests can set their own preferred room temperature.