Cottages To Rent in Trefriw Village


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Trefriw Tourist Information

Trefriw is a lovely unspoilt inland village located on the Eastern edge of Snowdonia National Park. The B5106 road which passes through the village connects with the main A470 road that travels the length of the country, and the nearest train station is in North Llanrwst about a mile and a half away on foot.

This tranquil village is nestled amongst a landscape of hills, heavily wooded forests and lakes. Trefriw is particularly known for the abundant tracks and walking trails in and around the area, several of which start from the village. In fact, Trefriw is so popular with walkers that it has been awarded the prestigious 'Walkers are Welcome' status, Trefriw also holds an annual walking festival.

Relaxing Cottage Holidays in Trefriw
The village and the local area provides visitors with shops, cafes and pubs which serve excellent locally produced food and fine ales. Trefriw is a true quintessential Welsh village, and one of a few areas in Wales where you will hear Welsh spoken daily by the locals.

The village is home to 'Trefriw Woollen Mills', a popular tourist destination where visitors are able to watch how they manufacture Welsh tapestry bedspreads, tweeds and travelling rugs from the raw wool. There is an on-site shop where visitors may purchase items woven at the mill, along with a range of soft furnishings, garments and accessories.

For those holidaymakers looking for something a little more exhilarating, Trefriw is the base for the 'Rock Climbing Company'. Which is owned and run by Silvia Fitzpatrick, along with her qualified instructors they offer adventurous mountain activities, and the opportunity to experience rock climbing and abseiling in Snowdonia.

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Trefriw tourist information

Trefriw is a lovely unspoilt inland village located on the Eastern edge of Snowdonia National Park. The B5106 road which passes through the village connects with the main A470 road that travels the length of the country, and the nearest train station is in North Llanrwst about a mile and a half away on foot.

This tranquil village is nestled amongst a landscape of hills, heavily wooded forests and lakes. Trefriw is particularly known for the abundant tracks and walking trails in and around the area, several of which start from the village. In fact, Trefriw is so popular with walkers that it has been awarded the prestigious 'Walkers are Welcome' status, Trefriw also holds an annual walking festival.

Relaxing Cottage Holidays in Trefriw
The village and the local area provides visitors with shops, cafes and pubs which serve excellent locally produced food and fine ales. Trefriw is a true quintessential Welsh village, and one of a few areas in Wales where you will hear Welsh spoken daily by the locals.

The village is home to 'Trefriw Woollen Mills', a popular tourist destination where visitors are able to watch how they manufacture Welsh tapestry bedspreads, tweeds and travelling rugs from the raw wool. There is an on-site shop where visitors may purchase items woven at the mill, along with a range of soft furnishings, garments and accessories.

For those holidaymakers looking for something a little more exhilarating, Trefriw is the base for the 'Rock Climbing Company'. Which is owned and run by Silvia Fitzpatrick, along with her qualified instructors they offer adventurous mountain activities, and the opportunity to experience rock climbing and abseiling in Snowdonia.

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