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Bryn Dedwydd Cottage

(Ref. 957196)

Pentrefoelas, North Wales & Snowdonia Show on map


Sykes rating

  • 2 Guests

  • 1 Bedroom

  • 1 Bathroom

  • Pets No


  • Electric vehicle charging
  • Off road parking
  • Garden / Patio
  • Washing machine
  • Broadband / WiFi

Reviews & Ratings

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  • peaceful (7)
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15 Customer Reviews

  • "A nicely converted barn, with all mod cons."

    Excellent location, close to Caernarfon, Conwy, Llandudno, Colwyn Bay. Beautiful scenery within the Snowdonia national park and plenty to do. The local pub is well worth a visit and just over a mile away. I thoroughly recommend the barn and will be paying another visit in the future years.

    Reviewed by Tom5.0Apr 2024

  • "Pot holes leading up to the property were terrible and we were in a 4x4 Could ..."

    Pot holes leading up to the property were terrible and we were in a 4x4 Could have been a tad cleaner on entry dead flies in cobwebs on windows and dead flies on windowsills Other than that fantastic property for our stay so peaceful and quiet

    Pot holes have now been filled. It’s a wide farm track, totally suitable for all vehicles. Apologies if there were a few dead flies - cleaner was there 2 days before you arrived. Won’t happen again! Property Owner

    Reviewed by Owen4.1Mar 2024

  • "Had a really lovely stay - so peaceful and quiet with lovely views of the countryside."

    Enjoyed so much I booked and extra night. I’d definitely book again!

    Reviewed by Elizabeth5.0Oct 2023

  • "Super quiet & peaceful."

    Loved the amazing views, loved having the cows & sheep for neighbours, loved the milky way and the stary sky on the few clear hours we had. Good location to explore North Wales from. Despite the storms we toured Barmouth, Llangollen, Bala, Llandudno, Lake Vyrnwy and other spots.

    Reviewed by Danni5.0Sep 2023

  • "Absolutely amazing stay, didn't want to leave."

    Slept better than I do in my own bed it was so comfy. Beautiful cottage like a home away from home. Amazing views to wake up to in the morning as well.

    Reviewed by Holly5.0Aug 2023

  • "We had a lovely stay at the cottage."

    Everything you could possibly need was there. The surroundings were superb and made it possible to wind down and relax. Our toddler loved waking up to the sight of cows outside the window. We will return when we are in the area again.

    Reviewed by Joyce5.0Jul 2023

  • "Lovely comfortable accommodation with beautiful views, so peaceful, the best nights sleep we have had for ages."

    Very relaxing stay.

    Reviewed by Philip4.1Jun 2023

  • "We really enjoyed our first stay in Wales!"

    The location was beautiful, spectacular views & very peaceful. The little welcome gifts were greatly appreciated especially the Yorkshire Tea!! The bed was very comfortable slept with ease, couldn't have picked a better location or place to stay. You have done an amazing job with the little cottage everything is so nicely set out. The addition of a log burner just made it complete & cosy, home from home. Another set of towels would have been nice to have for our 5 night stay but that's just about all we could pick fault on to be honest!! Everything else was on point and we would love to come back at some point in the near future. Thank you!

    Reviewed by Joseph4.7Feb 2023

  • "My boyfriend and I had the loveliest time staying in Ian’s beautiful little cottage."

    It is perfect for couples or people staying alone. There are great views from every window and it is only a short drive to Betws-y-Coed, where there are lots of scenic walks and nice pubs. This cottage is cosy and we were provided with everything that we needed. The location is stunning and it is extremely peaceful at night, you get a great sleep as it is so quiet. It was lovely of Ian to greet us when we arrived, he was very friendly and told us everything that we needed to know about the cottage. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay :)

    Reviewed by Caitlin5.0Dec 2022

  • "Great place for a remote escape."

    Warm, recently fiited out. Generous extras from, Ian including logs, milk and mince pies. Great dark skies for stargazing too.

    Reviewed by Rob5.0Nov 2022

  • "Fabulous property in a stunning location."

    .very cosy, comfortable and clean.

    Reviewed by Teresa5.0Nov 2022

  • "We loved our week in this beautiful cottage."

    The position and views were outstanding, and on the one day the weather blew hard we stayed in and enjoyed the warmth and security of the barn. Very friendly locals and walked to pub ( 25 MINS) and booked Sun lunch. Visited most of Snowdonia from coast to mountain and a perfect base just off the beaten track. Modern, smart , and would return. Sat nav ok to pub and small local caravan site ( signposted ) then up road and left at no through junction, past indicated left turn and look for gate. with sign on left. We had stunning views and sunsets and on two nights the stars were magnificent and lying in bed could see the plough through roof light close enough to reach out to.

    Reviewed by Iain4.7Oct 2022

  • "A generally well appointed cottage which needs some refinement to justify the price charged."

    The lighting, heating and hot water provision were excellent. The total lack of any written information in the cottage could be a problem for some. We were not impressed by the loose electricity socket or the unprotected terminal block. The trip hazard at the top of the spiral staircase needs attention. A curtain or blind on the clear glass entrance door would greatly improve the ambiance in the living area at night. Internet connectivity was spasmodic.

    Please check out the other reviews for this cottage. Rest assured that there is no trip hazard, the terminal block is in the back of a cupboard and isn't an issue (it isn't connected and has now been removed anyway) and we haven't been able to find a loose socket. Internet was intermittent the week that Ivan and Auriel stayed (the weather was awful) but has been fine since. The entrance door is completely private, so there is no possibility of being overlooked. I have now prepared a list of information for the cottage, but I always make a point of meeting the guests on arrival and explaining the heating, recycling, TVs, internet etc. The cottage is quirky; it may not be 100% to everyone's taste but I've yet to meet anyone who hasn't really enjoyed their stay. It definitely isn't expensive! Property Owner

    Reviewed by Ivan4.4Oct 2022

  • "Had a wonderfully peaceful stay at Ian's beautiful little cottage."

    The cottage is newly refurbished so everything is spotlessly clean, an absolute surplus of pillows and blankets all over for snuggling when cold. We cooked every night we were there and the kitchen is fully equipped with all your cooking utensils. Central heating and a fire meant we were always warm enough. Best thing about the cottage is the views over the valley, in fact great views from three sides of the cottage, and also lots of skylights for star gazing as well. The local pub is walking distance, but only opens from 5pm, one to thing to watch for.

    Reviewed by Noel5.0Oct 2022

  • "A lovely, modern, recently renovated cottage,in the shell of an existing farmhouse building."

    In an absolutely beautiful location. Ian made us feel at home & is the perfect host/owner. Ideal location for couples for peace & quiet. Betws-y-coed is only 10 mins away by car & has some great arts,crafts & general shops in a beautiful mystical backdrop, with the stunning River Conwy running through it.⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

    Reviewed by Glenn5.0Oct 2022

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  • One double bedroom
  • Ground-floor shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC
  • Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining and sitting area with woodburning stove
  • Gas central heating with woodburning stove
  • Electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, slow cooker
  • 2 x Smart TV, DVD player, WiFi
  • Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburning stove inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Private off-road parking available with electric charging point
  • Garden with lawn, patio, BBQ and furniture
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop 2.7 miles, pub 1.3 miles
  • Note: Although the garden is private it is not enclosed
  • Note: The bedroom has a vaulted ceiling with some low head height, please take care
  • Note: There is a 7kW electric car charger which can be used for any type of vehicle, and charged at approx
  • 30p/kWh payable directly to the owner
  • Note: The car charger has a meter that will show how much has been used and will be reset for every guest’s visit

The property

Tucked away in the rural village of Pentrefoelas, Conwy, is this delightful, detached stone cottage, Bryn Dedwydd Cottage.

Enjoying a fantastic location just on the outskirts of the Snowdonia National Park, and exceptional far-reaching countryside and Snowdonia mountain range views, Bryn Dedwydd Cottage is a wonderful choice for couples The property benefits from ample and private off-road parking, an electric charging point, and a front garden with hardwood folding table and chairs and a picnic table, perfect for dining alfresco with a view!

Step into the light and airy open-plan living space, where you can whip up a delicious feast in the well-equipped kitchen, ready to savour over a bottle of fizz at the dining table for two as you toast to a memorable getaway.

Make your way over to the sitting area, where you can kick-back and relax on the plush seating in front of the crackling woodburning stove, as your favourite show plays out on the Smart TV.

Completing the ground floor is a well-appointed shower room, perfect for freshening up after the day’s adventures.

Follow the spiral staircase up to the first-floor, where you will find an inviting snug/dressing area, with seating and a Smart TV with DVD player, along with a tastefully decorated double bedroom which enjoys beautiful country views.

All this and more awaits at Bryn Dedwydd Cottage.

Note: This property can be booked with Ref: 955872, together sleeping up to 14 guests.

Bryn Dedwydd Farmhouse Cottages

Bryn Dedwydd Farmhouse Cottages consist of two stone-fronted properties, full of character and charm, resting in the quaint village of Pentrefoelas, Conwy. This collection offers homely interiors, woodburning stoves, state-of-the-art appliances including EV charging points, and private gardens, whilst enjoying expansive views across Snowdonia Mountain range. The village of Pentrefoelas is dotted with various amenities, where you can dine out and enjoy hearty pub fare at the Giler Arms, followed by a lakeside walk, stock up on the essentials at the local convenience store, or enjoy a sweet treat at the Riverside Chocolate House. The charming village of Betws-y-Coed is nearby, where you can tour the Conwy Valley Railway Museum, hike up to Swallow Falls, or dine out at the Grill Room, whilst encompassed by cascading waterfalls, ancient bridges, and river pools. The Snowdonia National Park surrounds, where you can summit Snowdon Peak, visit Blaenau Ffestiniog, explore Zip World Llechwedd, or further to Llanberis, where you can explore World Heritage Site of Dinorwig Quarry. Conwy is also reachable by car, a historic town, home to a magnificent castle, and the Smallest House in Great Britain, or travel further towards Llandudno, offering expansive views across the Great Orme. All of this and more can be enjoyed by booking Bryn Dedwydd Farmhouse Cottages.

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About the location


Betws-y-Coed 7 miles; Conwy 22.3 miles; Llandudno 25.5 miles

Pentrefoelas is a small, rural village some 7 miles from the popular inland resort of Betws-y-Coed in the North Wales region. Pentrefoelas is renowned as the home of ‘fair folk’ and there are many enchanting tales of their antics connected with the village. The village is popular for walking and is known for being a ‘Walkers are Welcome Village’. The village has shops, pubs, and places to eat and whether you are seeking beautiful scenery, a relaxing environment, a strenuous hike or a cycle ride, it’s all close by. If you are fascinated by handmade chocolate, Pentrefoelas is home to The Riverside Chocolate House therefore is a must for all chocolate lovers! Nearby is Betws-y-Coed which is home to The Snowdonia National Park Visitor Centre, as well as being the start of the beautiful Conwy Valley which leads to the coast and the lovely towns of Llandudno and Conwy.

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