Bron Afon is a three-storey house built circa 1840. It is tastefully decorated and maintained throughout. It stands majestic in its grounds affording spectacular views of the estuary.
The Cnicht and Moelwyn Ranges of Snowdonia and the Ffestiniog Railway form a backdrop; immediately facing across the estuary the Meirionydd & Rhinog mountain ranges and to the right fantastic views of Harlech and its castle (built by Edward 1) standing on a mound below the town.
For the past twenty years Bron Afon has attracted visitors from all over the world by offering comfortable and affordable bed and breakfast. Many who have stayed, find themselves returning on more than one occasion.
At Bron Afon you can expect high quality accommodation in a relaxing environment. It is situated in a convenient location and you may wish to use it as a base to visit the many attractions within the area.
All bedrooms are spacious and airy and all have en suite facilities. The rooms offer comfortable furniture, colour remote T.Vs and tea/coffee hospitality trays. Two of the rooms offer views overlooking well maintained gardens to the estuary and mountains beyond. Above all the atmosphere is peaceful.
Borth-y-Gest is a picturesque harbour village situated on the banks of the Glaslyn estuary. At the turn of the century, Borth-y-Gest was an important ship building harbour with a sawmill and four ship yards building wooden oak vessels for transporting slate all over the world.
There is up to three quarters of a mile of coves nestling below the cliffs where one can find sheltered sandy beaches providing relaxation and bathing for all.
Rates: From £45 single room per night. From £65 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
One night supplement.
Sorry, no children.
Off street parking.