Trefriw nestles at the foot of the Gwydir Forest on the banks of the River Crafnant in the Conwy Valley, Conwy County, North Wales. The village sits between the towns of Dolgarrog to the north and Betws-y-Coed to the south. It is an excellent starting point for walks in the Conwy Valley and the foothills of Snowdonia. An information board in the centre of the village displays several walks, including the Llyn Crafnant lake walk and the Llyn Geirionydd lake walk. The Trefriw Woollen Mill sits at the heart of the village and the Trefriw Wells Spa sits on the northern edge, and visitors can enjoy traditional weaving demonstrations or partake of the mineral waters respectively.
Conwy Valley Railway: A visit to Trefriw will be enhanced by a trip on the Conwy Valley Railway Line. The full journey from Llandudno to Blaenau Ffestiniog offers glorious views of the Conwy Valley and surrounding countryside. Visitors to Trefriw can cut short the journey and disembark at Llanrwst Station. The walk from Llanrwst Station to Trefriw via the splendid Gower Suspension Bridge is a pleasure in itself. The village has a number of pubs, cafes, hotels, guesthouses and holiday cottage accommodation and the Fairy Falls Public House keeps alive the ancient tradition of Fairies in the village of Trefriw. ....
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