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A free night stay and fizz at quirky chapel conversion

Published on 15 Dec 2022 by Amy Greenwood

Who says January is a dry month ? Start 2023 as you mean to go on with a break full of epic views, winter walks and a failsafe way to blow away the cobwebs.  Whether you’re celebrating new starts, working off the Christmas dinners or simply taking a moment to relax. All bookings for 4 nights or more at Brynhoreb in January, February or March 2023 will qualify for a bonus 1 night additional stay for free and a bottle of fizz. 

Guests will also receive our traditional welcome hampers from the lovely Gwin Dylanwad wines.

A free night stay and fizz at quirky chapel conversion


Sleeps 7 | Pet Friendly | Near Beach | Near Pub | Real Fire

This quirky chapel conversion in the beautiful Dysynni Valley comes with a mighty mountain backdrop and is close to the seaside at Tywyn. Sleeps up to 7 guests in four bedrooms, including two ground floor bedrooms.

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