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Afternoon tea at historic Hendre hall by the sea

Published on 15 Sep 2023 by Amy Greenwood

Enjoy a complimentary afternoon tea at historic Hendre hall by the sea in Llwyngwril for two, for bookings in September of October at Brynhoreb. Stay at this quirky chapel conversion near Tywyn this Autumn and receive this lovely treat from the owner Sarah!

Valid on all bookings in September and October 2023, minimum of 3 nights stay.

Afternoon tea at historic Hendre hall by the sea


Sleeps 7 | Dog 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.

Located in the quiet hamlet of Bryncrug, Brynhoreb offers bright, welcoming accommodation, with plenty of room for a decent sized holiday gang. It is ideally placed for exploring the mountains and coast of stunning southern Eryri (Snowdonia).

Afternoon tea at historic Hendre hall by the sea
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