Conwy Gwynfryn B&B


Also available 'Conwy View Cottage' a lovely self-catering holiday-let within Conwy Town Walls, close to our B&B. (click the above link for more info.)

Conwy Visit Wales 4 Star B&B Guest House


Conwy Bed and Breakfast ( B&B ) Guest House Accommodation

Conwy Bed and Breakfast ( B&B ) Guest House accommodation within the historical town walls of Conwy, within a couple of minutes walk from Conwy Castle. Gwynfryn Bed and Breakfast is a large 19th century Victorian Conwy House which has been lovingly renovated into a Visit Wales 4 Star Boutique B&B Guest House offering beautifully decorated comfortable B&B accommodation
In January 2008 Gwynfryn Bed and Breakfast ( B&B ) won the prestigous 'Travelers 2008 Choice' award from the independent travelers review site 'Tripadvisor' after achieving 8th Best B&B in Euorpe, full details can be seen by clicking on the above Tripadvisor icon and following the link.
This was followed in May 2008 by an invite from Her Majesty the Queen to attend a reception at Buckingham Palace to celebrate the British Hospitality Industry. Upon arrival we were personaly introduce to the Queen and other members of the Royal family. After which we were able to enjoy the reception with the the 350 other guests including Sir Rocco Forte, Michel & Albert Roux, Gordon Ramsey and many more influential personalities from the British Hospitality Industry. It was a major honour being a small B&B Guest House from Conwy North Wales rubbing shoulders with representitives from the major Hotels in Britain including Claridges & The Savoy Hotels.

Conwy Gwynfryn Bed and Breakfast B&B Guest House

Our B&B guest house is ideally situated within the heart of the historical walled town of Conwy town just off Lancaster Square. Close to all amenities, attractions (including Conwy Castle) and both the Conwy Train Station & the local bus route for Conwy North Wales.
Conwy is the perfect base for visiting all of North Wales including Snowdonia, Anglesey, Caernarfon, Llandudno, Deganwy and Betws-y-Coed but to name a few.
Most famous for the magnificent Conwy Castle built by Edward I between 1283 - 1287 and also designated a World Heritage Site, Conwy can truly lay claim to being one of the finest remaining medieval walled towns. With a wealth of attractions that span the ages, events galore and a wide range of shops and restaurants all within a short walk. Also Conwy highly acclaimed Albion Ale House having just been awarded the 'Best Pub in Wales 2013' is within a minutes walk serving a great selection of local real ales.

Gwynfryn (the name of which loosely translated means white hill) was built in Conwy in 1873 as a residence for superintendent preacher for the Conwy Wesleyan Methodists Tabernacl Chapel, which is situated to the rear of the B&B. We moved to Conwy in December 2003 and purchased Gwynfryn as a run down residential accommodation before transforming it into a B&B Guest House over the following two years becoming a fully operational Bed & Breakfast ( B&B ) in August 2005.
In 2009 we added a 2 bedroom self-catering holiday cottage also located in Conwy. Having purchased it in a fairly run down state we quickly transformed it into a lovely cosy holiday-let with stunning views of Conwy Castle from the roof terrace. For full details click on the link to the left which will take you through to Conwy View Cottage.
At the end of 2012 we purchased the neighbouring Tabernacl Chapel and now plan to extend the business during 2014. For full details please follow our Chapel Blog or see our new website.

Our bed and breakfast ( B&B ) accommodation consists of five rooms which have been tastefully furnished in their own unique style. All of which have en-suite facilities except for one room which has its own separate private bathroom. All rooms include flat screen LCD TV with integrated DVD player, complementary beverage tray, mini fridge, electric fan, hairdryers, complementary toiletries and benefit from free wireless broadband (wi-fi enabled). We also have a computer for guest use with free internet access.
The luxurious Rouge Room also includes a king size wooden bed, open wood beams and a large en-suite bathroom fitted with a free standing Victorian roll top bath. This room also enjoys distant panoramic views of Conwy Town Walls and the surrounding the Snowdonia skyline. Pictures of all our Bed & Breakfast ( B&B ) accommodation can be seen on the 'Rooms' page.
As well as the full traditional cooked breakfast we are able to provide various other tasty breakfast options, ranging from Welsh Rarebit to natural yogurt & fresh fruit! Please see a full list of options on our 'Rooms' page.

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We do hope to see you at Gwynfryn Bed and Breakfast ( B&B ) Guest House upon your next visit to Conwy. We can always assure you of a warm welcome and will aim to make your stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.
With regret we are unable to accept children under the age of 12 and no pets.
If you would like any further information on Gwynfryn Bed and Breakfast ( B&B) or Conwy please do not hesitate to contact us.


"As recommended in the Rick Steve's Great Britain Travel Guide & The Lonely Planet"


Gwynfryn Bed & Breakfast ( B&B ) Guest House.
4 York Place, Off Lancaster Square,
Conwy, North Wales, LL32-8AB.
Tel: 01492-576733 or 07947-272821.
Proprietors: Monica & Colin Le Boutillier.

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