Fairhaven Guest House in Betws-y-Coed
Picturesque Betws-y-Coed, tucked into the hillside at the confluence of the Lledr and Conwy Valley is a little gem and arguably the prettiest village in North Wales, for more than two centuries it has been a magnet for visitors.
Food and Hospitality have always been part of the attraction and today, tourists are afforded a dizzying choice of cafes, teashops, restaurants and hotel in this most beautiful setting.
The village has seen enormous change but for most of the century one popular hostelry has remained steadfastly in the hands of the same family. Today more than 60 years after opening its doors to the public the Fairhaven Hotel is owned and managed by the fourth generation.
Philip and Karen a brother and sister team carry on this tradition of generous hospitality with friendly efficiency. They recognise the changing taste and lifestyle of an increasingly demanding clientele and relish the challenge. This is reflected in the Restaurant which features a wide and varied menu where the Traditional Roast sits comfortably alongside new favourites such as Indian style Curries made with good old fashioned Welsh ingredients and a selection of dishes to cater for the vegetarian.
Philip is in charge of the kitchen and the food end of things, while Karen runs front of house, from reception to rooms, with experience and flair. Traditional Afternoon Teas remain a popular attraction with Home Made Scones, from a secret family recipe as good as anything in Wales.
A regular clientele visiting year after year are testimony to their hard-earned reputation for value for money, comfort and friendly service. The Fairhaven lies at the centre of the village overlooking the river Llugwy and close to the famous Pont-y-Pair Bridge with it's waterfall and leaping salmon.
Fairhaven Guest House
Holyhead Road, Betws-y-Coed, Conwy, LL24 0AY
Telephone (International):- +44 1690 710307
Telephone (UK):- 01690 710307
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