On a recent wet Wednesday, Hubby and I were driving along the A5 from Betws to Capel Curig when we decided to take a closer look at this unique listed building which is now run by the Snowdonia Society (an environmental charity). We managed to park on the small free car park. Due to the weather, we only walked part way around the wet woodland . We went inside and were politely welcomed by the ladies running the cafe downstairs. A few customers were enjoying the warmth of an open fire. It was too early for us to have anything to eat so we read about the history of the cottage and saw a black & white picture of Mr. and Mrs. Riley who lived there from 1928 to 1966. We then went upstairs to the small exhibition room and learned about the life-cyle of honey bees. We might re-visit here during better weather and when we are hungry.
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