Swallow Falls Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSwallow Falls Hotel Betws-y-Coed
Has a lovely stay very clean and welcoming, and was like a home away from home for my mom what with the goats just outside.
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Yes. It’s my birthday today. No, it’s not a big one that’s divisible by 5. Just another day.
Or so I thought.
But Alan and Marion had made secret plans for later in the day. I had no idea what was happening--other than a friendly Happy Birthday song--as we began our day with breakfast in Llandudno, in northern Wales.
Our first stop was just a short drive away in the town of Conwy.
... parts and 360 views all the way from the Anglesey coast to the Clwydian Range are revealed.
There is no direct translation in English for the Welsh word 'Hiraeth' but here anyone can feel it. It seeps from every crag, is carried on the mountain breeze and pours from every stream. It speaks and your soul understands. That night we sleep well, knowing that you can travel the world but those mountains standing silently and patiently will always be ...
So today was the last day and the time to fly home. A nice late(ish) start to the day began with our (rough) ride to JFK to check on for our flight home only to find that it had been delayed for an hour and a half! After sorting out the connecting flight we headed through to the gate to wait... On board the plane Lufthansa were clearly trying to make up for the delay by feeding us with alcohol, Matt managed to grab three beers as well as ...
... seatbelts moving and setting the alarm off! Not what we needed! AA arranged for the car to go to Audi to get fixed and then arranged for us to get another car! A reliable Mazda 6! A huge big thanks to our AA man, Mark who didn't leave us until it was all sorted.
We then toured around Llandudno on our favourite Hop on Hop off sightseeing bus and got all the history of the town, saw the famous ...
After a very busy day yesterday, we had an easy morning and then a drive through the countryside and the Berwyn Mountains to Llanarmon where we had dinner at The West Arms. Originally a drovers' inn, built in 1570, it was one of two pubs in this little isolated town, but both were almost fully booked for dinner. I had local trout which was one of the most delicious meals I've had so ...