Here at Bryn Bella we are very lucky to be near some outstanding, beautiful and picturesque National Trust areas, in
this article we would like to talk about those National Trust places that are literally on our doorstep so can help make your stay with us at Bryn Bella even more memorable and enjoyable for the whole family;
Ysbyty Ifan is the largest agricultural estate in the area boating some 30,316 acres of magnificent uplands throughout the estate of 51 farms and 30 houses. The farming at Ysbyty Ifan is mainly the rearing of sheep and beef cattle that do well in areas of uplands and open moors, with lots of walks available this is a must see if you enjoy the fresh country air.
Alternatively you may choose to visit Cwm Idwal and find out what it was that bought Charles Darwin to this area that has been a very special space created over 500 million years ago. The wild Carneddau and rugged Glyderau mountain ranges are also a very popular attraction for all kinds of adventure and thrill seekers visiting Conwy and Gwynedd and offer some truly breath-taking sights that will never be forgotten.
Conwy Suspension Bridge is another treat in our local area, it is an elegant suspension bridge and toll keepers house
that can be enjoyed by young and old alike and if you are into your bridges perhaps you’d like to walk Telford’s bridge and discover how a husband and wife kept the bridge open every day of the year, no matter what the weather was.
Another very popular National Trust attraction is Penrhyn Castle, its 19th century and a real fantasy castle with spectacular surroundings to be enjoyed by the whole family. You can open the door to Penrhyn Castle and step inside to where the Pennant family resided and see where they entertained their famous guests for dinner parties while playing in opulent fashion. You can also explore the fabulous walled garden while on your visit, but don’t forget your camera.
These are just some of the amazing National Trust locations we have on our doorstep, which would you like to explore during our stay with us at Bryn Bella?
For more information go to National Trust – Wonders of North Wales