Penmachno Hall


Betws-y-Coed is the busy hub of mountainous Snowdonia. By contrast, Penmachno, just four miles away, is an oasis of tranquillity. The village is an ideal marriage of calm and convenience, and there’s a bonus – you get to stay at Penmachno Hall.

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We aren’t the only ones who rave about this place. Lauraine and Simon Awdry, a couple who go the extra mile when it comes to hospitality, warmth and friendliness, have an awards cabinet bursting with accolades. Their ‘dashingly renovated’ former rectory is country comfort epitomised. The warmly decorated bedrooms have all those luxury extras that discerning guests demand (including bathrobes), the breakfast is delicious and the setting seductive.

The Hall stands in 2½ acres of gardens amongst inspiring walking and mountain biking country – the Hall can organise these and other activities.

About Snowdonia Mountains & Coast

Designated as the first National Park in Wales, Snowdonia boasts over 800 square miles and has so much more to offer visitors than simply walking and hiking. The unique yet diverse scenery can be enjoyed from its nine mountain ranges where you will come across a vast range of river gorges, lakes and waterfalls.
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Penmachno Hall, Penmachno, Betws-y-Coed, LL24 0PU