Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast Accommodation in Rural Wales

Pen y bryN Farmhouse - Sarnau, near BALA



Mrs. Eirwen Jones Welcomes you to her friendly working Farmhouse in rural Wales



All Enquiries to Mrs. Eirwen Jones

"Pen y Bryn", Sarnau, Bala,  Gwynedd, LL23 7LH   Tel: 01678 530389 



How to Find Us

Pen y Bryn is a tastefully decorated, modernised, traditional stone-built Welsh farmhouse on a working mixed beef and sheep farm situated in the beautiful countryside near to the old market town of Bala.

You can be assured that a warm and friendly welcome awaits you at Pen y Bryn. Welsh and English are spoken by Mrs. Jones and her family.

The farm is situated in open countryside approximately one thousand feet above sea-level. It overlooks the Berwyn Range of mountains and the Aran Mountains. This is a view from our Breakfast Room.
The Accommodation

Pen y Bryn has three letting bedrooms.......



..............two are double rooms with en-suite facilities....



and the third room is a twin bedded ground-floor room with private facilities also situated on the ground floor. All rooms have radio alarm clocks and tea & coffee making facilities, plus central heated for year-round comfort.
We have a wood burner in the lounge and t
here is adequate private parking.

Your hearty traditional Welsh cooked breakfast, made from locally purchased produce,  is served in the attractive conservatory, where you will enjoy splendid views from your breakfast table as the conservatory is located at the front of the house, overlooking the mountains.




Please phone or  E-mail us  for the latest prices. 



Bala, our nearest shopping facility, is approximately 5 minutes drive away from Penbryn, it is an attractive and lively historic market town within the boundaries of Snowdonia National Park (designated an area of outstanding natural beauty) straddling the A494 Dolgellau road. It is ideally situated for touring North and Mid Wales. One would have difficulty  finding a location as well situated as the Bala area. We are within an hour's spectacular drive of most of the coastal resorts of Mid and North Wales, not to mention the innumerable beauty spots and magnificent views within the interior of this beautiful region.

There are interesting shops, inns, restaurants and an intriguing historical Town Walk. Bala boasts itís own lake - Bala Lake or Llyn Tegid, the largest natural lake in Wales, alongside which runs a charming narrow-gauge steam railway.

Llyn Tegid is the home of a unique fish, the Gwyniad (that's for real, not a legend) which is said to date back to the Ice-Age.



The Bala region is brimming with outdoor activities. It was the location for the World Canoeing championships on the challenging River Tryweryn, at the excellent centre you can book a white-water rafting experience! Bala Lake has a sailing club and a waterborne activities centre. People come from far and wide to use the lake for windsurfing etc. The River Dee is famous for fly fishing and there are opportunities for shooting game or clays. Walking is probably the most popular activity and little wonder with the wealth of beautiful countryside that abounds. Mountain climbing is also available nearby. For those who want to try out their 4-wheel drive machines, there are excellent courses available from Bala. The Tourist Information Centre is located at the Lake-shore and has all the information you will need to find the activities you require, or maybe you will find new ones to challenge you.

Where to find us

General Location Map

How to Find Us (larger area map)


All Enquiries to Mrs. Eirwen Jones

"Penbryn", Sarnau, Bala,  Gwynedd, LL23 7LH   Tel & Fax: 01678 530389