Bala is an interesting market town with its Norman motte still apparent. It was founded by Roger de Mortimer in the 14th. century and it prospered in the 1700's and early 1800's with the "manufacture" of stockings and gloves.
These were made by hand as a cottage industry. Farming and tourism are now the mainstay of this centre of Welsh Language and Culture. Y Bala translates as the "outflow of the lake".
An excellent leaflet is available describing the many facets of this interesting little town.
A Warm welcome is assured at our semi detached residence in a private cul-de-sac in Frongoch village, in beautiful country side and the view of the Arenig mountain.
Refreshment served on arrival.
We have two letting rooms: 1 double room & 1 single room with private bathroom. Tea and coffee facilities.
A choice of breakfast is served in our pleasant lounge/dining room which opens onto the rear garden and patio area.
This is a non-smoking establishment.
We can recommend local restaurants and pubs for evening meals (menus and telephone numbers in bedrooms).
Ideally located for touring Snowdonia, North and Mid Wales. We are 3 miles from Bala Lake, half a mile from the National White Water Centre.