Felindre Farm

Bed and Breakfast in Pandy, Gwynedd

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Felindre Llanuwchllyn
Pandy
Gwynedd
Wales
LL23 7DD

Felindre Farm, Pandy

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Croeso Welcome WELSH TOURIST BOARD 4 STAR GRADED FELINDRE BED AND BREAKFAST. Felindre (the name translates to Mill in the village) Bed and breakfast is located in the Snowdonia National Park, we are situated in the small Welsh speaking village of LLanuwchllyn, approximately 6 miles from the market town of Bala at the head of Bala lake (Llyn Tegid) and at the foot of the Aran mountains.Here you can enjoy splendid views which are second to none overlooking the lake, as well as the Arenig and Aran mountains. Felindre stands in its own private grounds amid organic farm land surrounded by numerous spices of trees which encourages many birds and wild life, with views as far as the eye can see.An ideal location whether you are looking to relax and take in the scenery or enjoy energetic mountain walk, or a stroll along the lake side.

Here you will be spoilt for choiceIn the town of Bala there are a number of activities, we have the leisure centre equipped with a safe pool, a large hall, which is available for private hire, gym and cafe where you may have a coffee and a light lunch or snack overlooking the lake. The leisure centre is located on the lake shore where there are a number of water sports to keep you busy, such as canoeing, sailing, wind surfing and fishing. Nearby is Bala Golf club, White water rafting and Ten pin bowling.The village of Llanuwchllyn is home to the Bala Lake Railway, within a small walking distance from Felindre, which travels the length of the lake, with regular departures throughout the day, it is popular with locals as well as visitors alike.

Felindre is fortunate to have within walking distance of approximately 1 mile the Eagles Inn, which serves excellent food at a reasonable prices, children are very welcome at the inn, and you can stroll home after a relaxing meal.Surrounded by mountain views, lake views, fields and trees which are home to many spices of birds including Red kite, Buzzard, Owls and lots more garden birds feeding from the many feeding area in the grounds.payment details, At the present time we do not have facilities for payment by card we except cheque with a guarantee card or cash 2007 Tenn

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