Trefriw is a pretty village nestling in the Conwy Valley, Snowdonia. Within easy reach on foot there are several pubs, restaurants, brasseries and small shops for essential groceries, newspapers etc.
- Visit The Working Woollen Mill & Craft Shop
- Walk the Trefriw Lakes Trails
- Visit the Fairy Falls
- Delightful children’s play park within 50 metres of the lodge
- Walk to the market town of Llanrwst via the Gower Suspension Bridge on a pedestrian trail (20 mins)
- Conwy Valley Garden Maze – the largest garden maze in the world
- Fishing Lakes – Llyn Crafnant & Llyn Geironydd
- Gwydir Castle – a Tudor Courtyard House
- Gwydyr Forest Mountain Bike Trail – 15 miles, climb of 450 metres (2-4hrs)
- Walkers, Climbers, Canoeists & Anglers will be spoilt for choice here
Llanrwst is a picturesque market town with a good choice of shops including the Co-op and Spar supermarkets. Also, there are several pubs and restaurants including, the Welsh Curry House of the year 2014, Ty Asha Balti. Llanrwst is approximately 2 miles distant from Trefriw by car.