Pen Bryn Twrw Farm
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Pen Bryn Twrw
Vegan holiday in North Wales. All rental from Pen Bryn Twrw is donated to the care of the animals at the sanctuary. Set in the beautiful Conwy Valley. Whether you want to relax surrounded by nature and the wonderful animals at the Sanctuary, or explore the North Wales area and all it has to offer, Pen Bryn Twrw is the perfect staycation for you!
Pen Bryn Twrw is a beautiful 18th century traditional stone built Welsh farmhouse set in 12 acres of amazing countryside which is the home of Idlewild Animal Sanctuary. The whole house boasts original wooden beamed ceilings throughout and unique Slate flooring downstairs. Old world charm with the convenience of modern day living. We respectfully request that guests follow a plant-based diet during their stay, due to the nature of the surroundings. (Many of our animals are rescued from food production settings and slaughter).
Dog Friendly! 2 Dogs maximum are permitted. There is a £25 surcharge per dog.
There is an open plan kitchen, dining area and lounge. There are two wood burning stoves for those cosy nights in at each end of the house along with the added benefit of gas central heating if required.
The kitchen boasts a beautiful new fitted kitchen with original stone feature wall and wood burning stove. The kitchen is fully equipped with an oven, hob, microwave, kettle, fridge freezer, washer, dryer and ceramic sink. The dining table seats 4-5 people.
The lounge has the lovely inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove as the focal point with wooden original beam. There is a large 3 seat sofa and 2 armchairs, a tv and coffee table.The open staircase then leads upstairs onto a large landing area with a door on to the bank behind the house.
The first bedroom has a double bed and cot bed. The room has high apex ceiling with open beams, two built in wardrobes, there is an En-suite bathroom, with original stone wall, double washbasins, bath, shower, toilet and heated towel rail.
Bedroom 2 has 1 double bed and 1 single bed. There are double aspect windows, free standing wardrobe, bedside tables. A light bright open family bathroom with washbasin, bath, toilet and heated towel rail.
All bedding and towels are provided for your stay along with a welcome pack of Vegan Snacks.
Change over days
Change overs are Friday/Monday.
Check in 3pm.
Check out 10am.
Booking options are:
Friday/3 night stay FRI-MON)
Friday/7 nights (FRI-FRI)
Monday/4 nights (MON -FRI)
Monday/7 nights (MON – MON).
Rates and Fees:
Where are we?
The Pen Bryn Twrw farmhouse and Idlewild Animal Sanctuary is situated in a fantastic location overlooking the Conwy Valley.
It is an unrivalled position to take in the beautiful North Wales landscape and tourist attractions. Ideal for walkers and lovers of the glorious countryside and historical interests, not to forget the beautiful beaches less than 30 minutes away!
The house is nestled into the centre of the 12 acre Animal Sanctuary that is a safe haven for unwanted abandoned and sick or disabled animals.
While onsite you will get a chance to meet the animals and maybe even help with feeding times if you like! You will be able to go for a stroll around the free ranging animal fields and get to know the animals.
Location & Attractions
If you can manage to tear yourself away from the animals and valley views, the local area has a lot to offer within a 30 minute drive from Pen Bryn Twrw...
Going left along the valley toward the coast which itself is only 15 minutes away, you have Bodnant Gardens just 10 minutes away and its 80 acres of gardens above the River Conwy looking across the valley towards the Snowdonia range.
The Sychnant Pass and its famous wild Carneddau Ponies that have lived wild in these areas since the Bronze Age is only 10 minutes away.
The picturesque walled market town of Conwy is only 4 miles away with its Magnificent medieval Castle that has looked over the town for over 700 years along with The Conwy Quay with its shoreline and Smallest house in Britain and the The RSPB Conwy Nature Reserve to name but a few of the local attractions.
LLandudno with its old Victorian seaside charm is only 6 miles away, hosting a beautiful promenade, the Great Orme with its cable car, tram ride, ski slope and toboggan run and many other attractions for you to enjoy.
The Welsh Mountain zoo with an array of exotic animals and you can learn about their conservation work. Going right along the valley you have the historic town of Llanrwst, Betws-y-Coed the gateway to Snowdonia with its range of shops and eateries and its distinctly alpine feel. Llanberis with its lovely lakeside location at the foot of Snowdon and the Llanberis Lake Railway and Snowdon Mountain Railway, Padarn Country Park and the National Slate Museum. Beddgelert as a place of legend, culture, and history with Sygun Copper Mine and Gelert’s Grave. You will be spoiled for choice of things to see and do.
- 4.5 miles from Bodnant Gardens
- 5 miles from Sychnant Pass and famous wild Carneddau
- 7 miles from conway castle
- 7 miles from Llanrwst
- 10 miles from llandudno
- 10 miles from the Welsh mountain zoo.
- 10 miles from Betws-y-Coed
- 25 miles from the llanberis path up snowdon.