Ty Coch Farm is situated in the Wybernat valley which is steeped in History.The farm dates back to the 1300s and is still a working farm. We are situated in a very quiet location away from the hustle of Betws-y-coed and it’s a 10 minute drive away for all restaurants and pubs. Attached to the farm we have Gwydyr stables which offers horseback riding around the Forest and mountains for all abilities and ages. The National trust property TyMawr which was the birth place of Bishop William Morgan, is only 500 yards away and also has its own nature trail walk. In the other direction about ½ a mile we have the Penmachno mountain bike trail which is in 2 half’s a difficult and medium level. If you like to walk, we have many tracks, trails, old drover tracks and footpaths all over the Valley you could walk over the mountain and into Dolwyddelan 2-3 hr walk. The valleys name Wybernabt means viper/dragon and has its own Celtic legend attached to it.
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Roadfrom Betws-y-coed(6.0 miles)
Head out from the center of Betws -y Coed on the A5 heading south towards Corwen/Llangollen, you go over the Waterloo bridge and past the Hotel Ty gwyn ,carry on for a further 1.5 miles untill you find the Conwy falls cafe on your right hand side .Turn right here onto the B4406 and head towards the village of Penmachno approx 2 miles. In the village you will see the Eagles hotel turn right and follow the signs for the national trust property Ty Mawr 1/2 mile before it on the left is Ty Coch