If you like to walk this is the place for you, from the Manor you can walk to the summit of the Talyfan
mountain at an easy pace in 2 hours. The views are stunning, you will almost certainly
see wild Welsh
mountain ponies and in the spring new born foals. The higher mountains (over 3000 ft ) are a
down the valley. The Gwydir forest is a fantastic place to explore on foot with marked routes
Everyone thinks of walking in Snowdonia as the mountain itself. The walking this end of the range is
far better, more ground cover, more forest, more wildlife, more mountain ponies, more history, mines, druid burial chambers, stone circles so if you want
some really interesting walking come and see us.
Treviw is just a few miles down the valley and from here you can explore the Gwidir forest with some
of the most beautiful lakes and ground flora in North Wales. Betws-y-Coed is 10 miles
down the valley and just beyond is where the rugged 3000 ft peaks begin.
If you love to walk you'll love this area in all seasons.Take a walk up our local mountain, the Talyfan.
You pass one of the oldest
church sites in Britain, from here you will get fantastic views of the whole
of the northern Conwy Valley.
Come down via the Druid burial chamber into Rowen village for a pint or a coffee.