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A traditional welsh cottage
A good outside patio space and large garden to enjoy
Inviting lounge with warming log burner
Keep connected with free sat on demand TV and broadband
Interesting features throughout
The well-equipped kitchen
A great start to your stay
Spacious bedroom
Get cosy after a long day of exploring
The second bedroom with bunk beds
Take an invigorating shower
Rear of the cottage and parking at the side
A local view across the village towards the cottage
End of a row of almshouse cottages
The River Conwy is 200m away, ready for fishing or canoeing
Explore the local footpaths
The cottage is perched on a hill with views over the village
1 / 17  A traditional welsh cottage
2 / 17  A good outside patio space and large garden to enjoy
3 / 17  Inviting lounge with warming log burner
4 / 17  Keep connected with free sat on demand TV and broadband
5 / 17  Interesting features throughout
6 / 17  The well-equipped kitchen
7 / 17  A great start to your stay
8 / 17  Spacious bedroom
9 / 17  Get cosy after a long day of exploring
10 / 17  The second bedroom with bunk beds
11 / 17  Take an invigorating shower
12 / 17  Rear of the cottage and parking at the side
13 / 17  A local view across the village towards the cottage
14 / 17  End of a row of almshouse cottages
15 / 17  The River Conwy is 200m away, ready for fishing or canoeing
16 / 17  Explore the local footpaths
17 / 17  The cottage is perched on a hill with views over the village

Snowdonia Stone Cottage

Betws-y-coed (6mls SE), North Wales
Sleeps 3
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 1
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Attractive stone cottage full of period charm in peaceful village location
  • Close to Betws-y-Coed with its pubs, shops, craft, galleries, woodland and rivers
  • Discover magnificent waterfalls, glorious gardens, historic sites and castles
  • Relish outdoor activities, fascinating history and culinary delights in North Wales
  • Enjoy fabulous scenic walking, mountain biking and fishing in Snowdonia National Park
  • Adrenaline seekers can climb Snowdon’s Summit or visit Surf Snowdonia and Zip World Caverns
Property code: 55429

Pretty stone cottage with lovely views in peaceful village of Snowdonia National Park. A short drive from Betws-y-Coed, perfect to relax and explore the best of North Wales countryside and culture.

Explore many footpaths and cycle routes from the cottage doorstep in the village of Ysbyty Ifan, part of Snowdonia National Park. Nearby Betws-y-Coed is well known for outdoor activities, craft, shops, galleries, pubs and historic bridges over rivers and streams. Discover waterfalls, river pools and hill top lakes alongside the majestic mountains and dense woodland. Enjoy walking, climbing, canoeing, kayaking and fishing in breath-taking scenery. Climb Snowdon’s Summit, visit Surf Snowdonia, the Zip World Caverns and Go Below for adventures. Take a trip to Conwy Falls and Swallow Falls, pop to Dolwyddelan Castle, Conwy Castle and National Trusts Bodnant Gardens. This is an all year destination, with so much to see and do, perfect for an active or relaxing holiday.

A single storey 18th century stone cottage with underfloor heating and all the thoughtful little extras for your comfort. The front door opens in to the cosy lounge, with inglenook fireplace and substantial wood burner, it is beautifully furnished with a comfortable sofa, TV, iPod, iPod docking station and interesting artwork throughout. The bespoke kitchen is well-equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher and washer/dryer with the dining table to the one side. If you decide to eat in, the kitchen has all the equipment you need to rustle up a meal, let the outside in and open the stable door to listen to birdsong as you plan your activities over breakfast. After a full day out, retire to one of the two bedrooms. Make the most of the contemporary shower room with shower and WC.

This former almshouse is the end of a row of three benefitting with the open aspect garden laid to lawn, patio area, bistro table and chairs. A perfect spot for al fresco dining and to embrace the views over the pretty village with stone bridge and river. Private parking for one car and lockable bike and canoe store. If you are bringing your four-legged friend along, why not include the breed of your dog in your booking details for our owners information.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • Sleeps 3+1
  • 2 Bedrooms - 1 double and 1 bunk bedroom
  • 1 Shower room
  • Electric oven and hob, fridge, microwave, dishwasher and washer/dryer
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Bedlinen and towels included
  • 1 Fire ready set (Guest to bring own logs)
  • Private parking for 1 car
  • Wi-Fi included
  • 1 Small-medium dog welcome
  • Shop and pub 3 miles
  • TV/DVD in lounge, iPod and iPod docking station
  • Lockable cycle and kayak store

This property is personally managed by Kathryn.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 19 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Jenni 6th February 2020

Cosy cottage. Good base for site seeing

Reviewed by Gill 28th December 2019

Lovely cottage in a quiet location Wood burner used every day to boost the heating in the cottage Prosecco and chocolates a lovely surprise Super

Reviewed by Jeremy 21st December 2019

A top class cottage in a beautiful location, the cottage was clean, well equipped and very homely. We had a fantastic break in a quiet little village. The bed was very comfortable and the bedding was lovely. I would highly recommend this cottage, great value

Reviewed by Beth 29th November 2019

We had an amazing time here. The property was perfect for us and located close to Betys-Y-Coed where there were loads of great shops and walks. A much needed break in a peaceful and quiet village.

Reviewed by Mark 19th October 2019

Lovely Cottage, really comfortable and cosy. A great peaceful location

Reviewed by Kasia 28th September 2019

Had a very peaceful and relaxing break in a lovely cottage in a wonderful setting. Really well designed and equipped cottage with a homely feel. Full of quality. Many, many thanks, have really enjoyed our stay. I'm sure we'll be back again!

Reviewed by Natasha 24th August 2019

Cosy cottage, clean, warm and well-equipped with some nice touches. Good base for surrounding areas. Quiet and peaceful, village is idyllic, although plan your shopping well as no local corner shop! Peace comes with that price!

Reviewed by Stuart 10th August 2019

Lovely little cottage located in a remote yet well placed village. There are a few nice walks and runs from the property. There was only three of us and I felt that was just right size wise. Property clean and all that is required for a week away.

Reviewed by William 6th July 2019

We wanted to revisit Snowdonia having spent several holidays there.The property is in a small village which has no shops. The nearest shop and pub are some distance away, which meant driving a lot. But being somewhat older, we should have investigated a bit more before booking. But having said that, a lovely cottage.

Reviewed by Jane 1st June 2019

This is a lovely cottage in a wonderful area. I recommend it as a lovely holiday cottage, especially if there are just 2 of you!

Reviewed by Frances 11th May 2019

This is a near perfect property, ideal for two, but there is a a spare room with 2x bunk beds if required. It is beautifully presented with everything you could need supplied. The location in the tiny village is lovely. The village has no facilities itself but there is all you need at Betswy coed 15 minutes down the A5. All other local attractions Read moreare easy to get to and many of the roads are quiet. A problem with the T.V. was fixed quickly by the owner. Hide

Reviewed by Richard 27th April 2019

Loverly cottage with a high finish and ample of space. Although there were just two of us the second bedroom is still adequate for two adults sleeping on bunk beds. The village is friendly but very quiet and surrounding area is amazing. A short 15mins drive to Bettsy and your bang in the middle of everything with a 30-50minute drive maximum to any Read moreof the main destinations. Hope its not booked for when we want to go back next year. Hide

Reviewed by Jeanette 20th April 2019

Beautiful little cottage, and a perfect setting. Lovely big lawn and the front of the cottage. A stream across the road. Park in a large field across the road. 20 mins from Betws y Coed. Half an hour to Llanberis (and the easiest track up Snowdon). Plenty of adventures to be had. Nearest supermarket in Betws y Coed so bring some shopping with you iRead moref you're arriving later. Hide

Reviewed by Ricky 13th April 2019

Great cottage for a rural getaway, located in a small village local amenities are limited but are available in local towns when out and about. The cottage is well equipped but did feel rather cool in the evening until the log burner was fired up. Overall good value in a quiet village location.

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A traditional welsh cottage
A good outside patio space and large garden to enjoy
Inviting lounge with warming log burner
Keep connected with free sat on demand TV and broadband
Interesting features throughout
The well-equipped kitchen
A great start to your stay
Spacious bedroom
Get cosy after a long day of exploring
The second bedroom with bunk beds
Take an invigorating shower
Show 5 moreRear of the cottage and parking at the side

Location

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