This pretty double-fronted, semi-detached character cottage is situated in the delightful village of Tal-y-Bont in the Conwy Valley.
This lovely cottage offers comfortable accommodation throughout, providing an ideal base for couples and families who wish to spend time together exploring this wonderful area.
This delightful cottage boasts a welcoming, cosy retreat with a sitting room with decorative stove, which is a charming place to relax, and the separate dining room is ideal for that leisurely breakfast before setting off for the day to explore the wealth of attractions and the beautiful countryside that’s on the doorstep.
The three bedrooms are well-appointed and nicely decorated to a good standard and completing the cottage is a family bathroom.
The pretty front garden is enclosed, and the rear garden has a lawned area with decking and furniture, which is a perfect place to enjoy a spot of alfresco dining.
However, if you aren't in the mood to cook then you have full use of the cottage owner’s hotel, which is situated just across the road and has a restaurant and residents bar that’s available from breakfast to late at night!
The North Wales coastline is a fifteen-minute drive away and includes Conwy, a World Heritage Site offering a castle, festivals, shops and restaurants, and Llandudno with its sandy beaches and Great Orme.
Further afield, why not travel down towards Blaenau Ffestiniog, home to Zip World Titan, the longest zip wire in Europe, and Bounce Below, a subterranean trampoline deep underground, Antur Stiniog Mountain Bike centre with its variety of trails, and of course the famous Ffestiniog Steam Railway to Porthmadog?
There is so much on offer to keep you busy in the Snowdonia National Park you’ll just have to come back to fit it all in!
Everything is within easy reach of this excellent cottage, which has something for everyone all year round.
Note: This property is across the road from Ref. 25599, together they sleep 9.
About the location
Betws-y-Coed 6 miles.
The village of Tal-y-Bont is situated in the Conwy Valley. The village has a thriving community offering a butcher, Post Office and shop, a hotel and a village tavern, as well as a recreational park and village hall. It is located 0.5 miles north of Dolgarrog, which is surrounded by three rivers and the woodlands of the Coed Dolgarrog National Nature Reserve. Close to Dolgarrog are lovely walks including the Gorge Walk, which will appeal to the more adventurous, and the peaks of Drum and Tal-y-Fan. Nearby Gwydir Forest is noted for the Marin mountain bike trail. The ‘walking village’ of Trefriw and the market town of Llanrwst are nearby, plus the popular inland resort of Betws-y-Coed is only six miles away and is well worth a visit. The North Wales coastline is a twenty minute drive away and includes Conwy, a World Heritage Site offering a castle, festivals, shops and restaurants, and Llandudno, Queen of Welsh Resorts, with it's sandy beaches and Great Orme is ever popular. Enthusiasts of adventure activities are drawn to nearby Surf Snowdonia, the first artificial wave lagoon, High Ropes Centre, Zip World, Bethesda and Blaenau Ffestiniog’s Cave Experience. Tal-y-Bont is an ideal base for exploring this part of Wales.