Here are our calendars so you can view availability, and make a booking. Please ensure you select the property you want and enter the correct amount of people wanting to stay.

To contact us by email:

penrhynquarrycottages@gmail.com

Or call or text

Lynne - 07984 360294

Paul - 07900 202147

IMPORTANT - Please note that during peak times such as school summer holidays, Christmas and New year, Easter break and school half terms we don't offer short breaks of one or two days unless we are left with small gaps to fill. Please contact us to discuss your requirements and we will do our best to help.

Pricing structure and extra charges: The base price is £95 per night for two people or less. For extra persons, please add £10 per person per night. Pets are welcome and there is a one off charge of £10 per pet 

Where to eat

Plenty of places to eat or grab a takeaway, starting in Bethesda and then some of our favourites further afield.

Bethesda Eat in:

Blondins restaurant at Zipworld. Overlooking the quarry and lines. 

The Llangollen Pub offers good pub grub in recently refurbished premises.

Fitzpatrick's cafe and Cafe Seren are both popular on the High St.

Shirins Indian Restaurant, bring your own alcohol.

Bethesda Pay As You Feel cafe, - Creating meals from food that would otherwise go to waste.

Bethesda Takeaways:

The Sitar. Very popular Indian takeaway. Fish Khalia, mon-thursday, mmmm!

2 x chippies, 2 x Chinese takeaways and a Best Kebab. Whats not to like. . . . 

Out of town:

The Bryn Tyrch Inn. Quality food from this Capel Curig pub.

Siabod Cafe. Capel Curig again. Great for light snacks and lunches, beware the scone!

Dylans Restaurant in Menai Bridge offer modern dining in a contemporary setting.

The Coach Restaurant in The Bull Hotel, Beaumaris is a highly regarded historical pub.

Voltaire Vegan Restaurant in Bangor. Fantastic food, voted one of the UK's best in 2017.

The Slate, opened in 2017 after a major refurbishment serve very high quality food.