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Neuadd Wen

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Cerrigydrudion, North Wales & Snowdonia Show on map


Sykes rating

  • 8 Guests

  • 4 Bedrooms

  • 2 Bathrooms

  • Pets Yes


  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Open fire
  • Garden / Patio
  • Highchair available
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi

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27 Customer Reviews

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

    Plenty of room for 2 families like us. Rooms were smaller than they appeared on the photos, but still enough room. Only one criticism is that it is right next door to a small graveyard, which spooked us initially, but at least the neighbours were dead quiet lol. I'd definitely recommend this lovely cottage.

    Reviewed by Lynn4.7Apr 2024

  • "We had a lovely stay and the owners made the while process simple with details instructions prior to abd during stay."

    They left us a bottle of wine which was a lovely.m, thoughtful touch and the guide book and things to do booklets really made it feel like a holiday

    Reviewed by Joanne3.8Apr 2024

  • "Neuadd Wen is a beautiful cottage well positioned as a base for adventures in North Wales."

    The cottage itself is comfortable and full of character with beautifully refurbished bath/shower rooms. It was clean and welcoming, and the landlady had kindly left the log fire prepped and ready to go. That fire was absolute perfection to warm and soothe aching muscles after climbing Snowdon on the Saturday. It's positioned close to Ruthin (20 mins) and Betws y Coed (30 mins), with Rhug Estate and Farm Shop about 15 mins away, (useful for EV drivers as it has plenty of Instavolt units there). We'd have no hesitation in recommending Neuadd Wen!

    Reviewed by Phil4.4Mar 2024

  • "We really enjoyed our stay at the cottage."

    Once you get used to the layout, which doesn’t take long, it’s a pleasure to be in. Lovely garden area, kitchen is great and lovely open fire all add to the charm. Ideal location for touring the local area and lots of great walking too. Very handy pub less than two minutes away to top things off. Would certainly come back. Thanks so much.

    Reviewed by Stephen5.0Mar 2024

  • "Lovely weekend away in this quaint cottage."

    Visited Betwsy - Coed few times.. did a Treasure trail there. Ate,at The Stables. Sunday walk in the forest. Well equipped cottage, in a quiet, peaceful location. Dog was happy too in the enclosed garden.

    Reviewed by Greta3.8Mar 2024

  • "Lovely homely cottage, everything provided that we needed, Jill was on hand if we needed any help but everything went smoothly."

    Shame we visited in February there is a lovely patio that would have been nice to sit out on, but the conservatory was lovely on an evening with pretty lights . Lovely pub at the bottom of the road, serving tasty food.

    Reviewed by Susan4.7Feb 2024

  • "We had a great time at Neuadd Wen."

    The house is a little maze of cosy rooms. We particularly liked the fire place in the lounge and the big table in the dining rooms that was able to accommodate all eight of us. The winter garden gets a nice bit of sun in the morning and the kitchen is spacious and very well-equipped. It seems that the house is slowly being renovated and some parts of the house and bedrooms are more modern than others. Great value for money and we hope to come back. Many thanks to Jill.

    Reviewed by Maike5.0Feb 2024

  • "Our second family get together at this gorgeous cottage."

    Top marks all round from all the family. We all absolutely loved it, and are already thinking about our third visit. Lovely location, with loads to see and do within easy reach. Simply superb

    Reviewed by John5.0Jan 2024

  • "This house is perfect family getaway and very well equipped for your day to day activities."

    Felt like home from the minute we stepped inside. Well stocked local store selling local produce was a bonus as was the friendly welcome at the pub within walking distance.

    Reviewed by Catherine5.0Dec 2023

  • "It was a lovely cosy cottage with updated bathrooms and shabby chic sofas."

    The beds were all comfy. In the kitchen there is everything you can think of to cook bake etc . We loved the log burner, looking to go back in the summer to make use of the lovely garden and BBQ. Great for the dogs , Jill even has throws and dog bowls in case you need them .

    Reviewed by Debbie5.0Nov 2023

  • "Brilliant stay in a lovely cottage, would definitely recommend to any groups looking for break."

    Great value for money!

    Reviewed by Sam5.0Sep 2023

  • "This a lovely Welsh cottage to go to relax and get away from busy everyday life."

    It is well maintained with plenty of mod-cons without loosing any of its rural charm. There's even a local pub that serves good local food. This is a great location to explore some amazing Welsh scenery.

    Reviewed by Nick5.0Sep 2023

  • "A lovely property with easy access and great spaces for spending time with the family."

    Reviewed by Clare5.0Sep 2023

  • "Great property in lovely area."

    Was very dog friendly with good facilities. Close to a lovely friendly local pub. Good spot for exploring the area.

    Reviewed by Carole5.0Aug 2023

  • "Superb cottage for our first family get together."

    Full of character, loads of space for us all, and a great garden. We all loved it, and topped off with a great host. Thanks again

    John, you are very welcome, thank you for choosing Neuadd Wen to meet up with your family, Jill Property Owner

    Reviewed by John5.0Jun 2023

  • "Fantastic detached cottage in a quiet little village."

    Delightful secure garden with ample outside seating area . Conservatory with comfy seating to sit and chill in. Large kitchen with everything you could think of and more. Two bathrooms one upstairs and one in main entrance hallway. 4 lovely bedrooms with comfortable beds and quality bed linen. All in all a wonderful place to spend time in would highly recommend this cottage.

    Reviewed by Lesley5.0Apr 2023

  • "This was our second stay at Neuadd Wen and as before the place is lovely."

    It is will placed for many activities and places of interest in North wales. Good local pub and friendly atmosphere and food. Would highly recommend. Plus the weather was brilliant for us. Thanks for a wonderful stay.

    Reviewed by Stuart4.7Mar 2023

  • "Neuadd Wen is a beautiful homely cottage, with a cosy living room to cuddle up in, a dining room to fit everyone, and a large conservatory looking out on the garden."

    It felt like a comfortable space: where some cottages can feel like you're intruding on someone else's home, Neuadd Wen really does feel like a home away from home! The beds are comfy, and the rooms are good sizes. Some of our party brought our own towels, because we have dyed hair, but the property has black towels - very smart! The kitchen is well stocked with pans and trays and utensils, which is great if you want to stay in and cook. But if you don't, the nearby Crown Inn, a stone's throw from the cottage, is a friendly place for a delicious dinner. The owners are very welcoming, and the locals we met were lovely, too! Overall, we had a great time! We drove into Cerrigydrudion for the corner food shop, Ruthin for the supermarket and curios shopping, and down to Corris for the attractions and craft centre (which were a highlight of the trip). Neuadd Wen is the first Sykes cottage that every member of our party said we'd love to visit again (and we stay in at least two per year, for a long time now, so that's saying something!) We loved it!

    Thank you so much, your comments are a perfect end my first year as a host, and I am so pleased your stay went so well Property Owner

    Reviewed by Robin5.0Oct 2022

  • "Lovely property and owner gave us a warm welcome."

    The treats for us and our dogs was a wonderful surprise. The description should say that it is next to a cemetery. Good pub nearby and everything located within 20 minutes from great pubs served by great people

    I thank everyone for all feedback good and bad because it helps me improve the customer experience. In this instance would add..... The cottage dates back to 1770 thus carries oodles of original features and charm. Its location is on the edge of a very small village in rural Wales, a very common feature of Rural Welsh, and indeed British villages, is they all have a small graveyard. In this case it is no longer in use, carries historic interest and is picturesque. I think it adds to the peaceful, quintessentially British experience of a historic property. Property Owner

    Reviewed by K3.4Aug 2022

  • "Excellent place!"

    Highly recommended!

    Reviewed by Muhammad Kamran5.0Aug 2022

  • "Superb extended stay."

    Lovely cottage , well situated in village location with every attention to detail taken care of. We really appreciated the high quality details, such as luxury bed linen and towels from very high end brands, and a divine downstairs shower and bathroom facilities. Dogs are also very well taken care of, with a welcome basket on arrival that was very much appreciated by our lovely lab. Jill was on hand for any troubleshooting if needed and was a very welcoming and accommodating host. Thank you so much from the Evans family.

    Reviewed by Amelia5.0Jun 2022

  • "This is a lovely cottage in a great location."

    The welcoming pack of treats was really appreciated and Jill (the Host) had kindly put together a dog pack too. There was obviously a lot of thought from the owners put into making the stay as enjoyable and comfortable for guests as possible - from the twinkly lights through to the amenities in the kitchen. Having the outside area / back garden to sit with the dogs was lovely, very peaceful and relaxing. The bedroom is comfortable and very clean, the bathrooms are great too. The Crown pub is worth a visit and the walk along the river in the village is lovely too. Jill communicates quickly if you need anything, or in our case left something behind. A tip that might be useful, using the postcode the Sat Nav took us up a windy track to the wrong house which after over 4 hours stuck on motorways was a bit infuriating so if you have the App What 3 Words please use 'Parkland. Curbed. Identity.' for an exact reference or be more mindful than we were to stay on main road. This was a perfect base for us and our two dogs and we look forward to returning.

    Reviewed by Judi5.0May 2022

  • "Amazing cottage in a beautiful location - the cottage is very welcoming and you instantly feel like you are at home."

    Jill is a fantastic host. Perfect break away

    Reviewed by Marcia5.0Apr 2022

  • "Absolutely amazing property."

    Owner was brilliant and very helpful. There was everything you needed and more. So easy to relax and we had a fantastic break. Hopefully looking to come back in the future

    Reviewed by Donna5.0Mar 2022

  • "After having our original holiday cottage cancelled we booked Neuadd Wen last minute and now I’m so glad we did."

    The host had gone above and beyond even at last minute. The home is beautiful, has everything you could need inside and is in a lovely quiet, rural area with a friendly local pub that serves food. Not too far from a small local shop, Bala, Ruthin and Betws Y Coed. Thank you once again and I’ve already 100% recommended to everyone who’s asked

    Reviewed by Scott4.7Feb 2022

  • "Having had our week long holiday cancelled at the last minute, we would like to thank Jill for meeting us on our arrival this week and accommodating us earlier in the day."

    The welcome pack provided for both ourselves and the dog were a nice touch and much appreciated. This is a very welcoming, spacious but cosy cottage. Everything you need is at hand. Convenient access for the A5 to many attractions and a local pub with welcoming patrons.Wish we could have stayed longer.

    It was a pleasure to meet you and your family, It is important to me that you had a quality, positive and enjoyable vacation, thank you for your feedback which counts towards making the cottage even better in the future. Your host Jill x Property Owner

    Reviewed by Stuart5.0Feb 2022

  • "We absolutely loved staying in this 18th century cosy house full of natural charm and tasteful furniture."

    Adored the luxurious touches including the high quality bedding and towels and the deluxe bathrooms. An ideal location for the Dee Valley walks, Clocaenog Forest Trails and the Corwen Circular Walk - just 20 minutes drive to Betws-y-coed, Bala Lake and Ruffin. So handy to have a quaint friendly pub just up the road - Saturday night being Pizza Night - yummy! Looked forward to our evenings sitting round the roaring open log fire, drinking wine and watching Nexflix( included). Plan to stay longer on our next visit and bring the dogs. Top notch - worth every penny !

    Reviewed by Marilyn5.0Jan 2022

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  • Over two floors
  • Four bedrooms: 1 x ground-floor double, 2 x double, 1 x adult bunk
  • Ground-floor shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC
  • Bathroom with corner bath, basin and WC
  • Kitchen
  • Dining room with woodburning stove
  • Sitting room with open fire
  • Conservatory
  • Gas central heating with open fire and woodburning stove
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher
  • TV with Netflix, WiFi
  • Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburning stove inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Highchair available
  • 2 parking spaces available, one is under cover at the rear of the property, Extra parking is available behind the cottage up the farm lane on the right hand side adjacent to the children's playground
  • Rear garden with patio, lawn and furniture
  • Two well-behaved dogs welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop 3 miles, pub 200 yards
  • Note: The stairs leading up to the double in the wing of the house are quite steep, please take care
  • Note: For short break stays arrival is a Friday or Monday only Please note: This property only accept a minimum of 3 nights during April - September

The property

Perched in the quaint village of Llanfihangel Glyn Myfyr near Cerrigydrudion in North Wales, is this superb, four-bedroom, 18th-century cottage, Neuadd Wen.

Enjoying a fantastic location situated between Ruthin and Cerrigydrudion, easy access to the Snowdonia National Park, and an interior adorned with period furniture and original features, including exposed stonework, beams and bedrooms resting in separate wings, Neuadd Wen makes for a unique pet-friendly dwelling for a group or family of eight, plus their canine companion, who are embarking on their next North Wales adventure.

Step into the property, where you will find an entrance hall to discard any coats and shoes after your journey, as well as a contemporary shower room where you can enjoy a refreshing rinse after a day of exploring.

Be welcomed into the traditional sitting room, where you can kick-back and relax on the plush sofa whilst enjoying your favourite show on the TV, as the open fire crackles nearby.

When it’s time for dinner, head through to the amply-equipped kitchen to whip up a delicious feast for your guests, utilising the electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and a handy dishwasher for those fuss-free clean-ups!

Settle down in the dining room to savour a hearty meal over a bottle of wine in the warmth of the woodburning stove, or if the weather is nice, why not dine alfresco in the private garden where your four-legged friend can stretch their legs?

On cooler evenings, serve evening drinks in the conservatory where you can make plans for the days ahead whilst still enjoying the fabulous country views.

When sleep calls, you will find a well-appointed double bedroom on the ground floor, a double on the first floor in the first wing and an additional double bedroom and an adult bunk room, served by a stylish bathroom in the second wing.

Explore your local surroundings, where you will find the welcoming, Grade II listed Crown Inn nearby, idyllically located next to the river Alwen and serving tasty home-cooked meals and local ales, perfect for when you fancy a night off from the kitchen!

Just a short drive away is the village of Cerrigydrudion, where you will find a well-stocked shop with a Post Office, ideal for stocking up on any essentials or ingredients to recreate your favourite holiday dishes in the comfort of Neuadd Wen.

For those in your party seeking adventure, the Mynydd Sleddog Adventures facility is nearby and specialises in husky rides and sled dog experiences, as well as superb walking and cycling opportunities available within the surrounding countryside.

Continue onto Bala, home to the expansive Llyn-Tegid, where you can take to the waters by paddleboard, kayak or boat, explore the lakeside museum of Byd Mary Jones World, or hop aboard a train at the Bala Lake Railway station offering rides with fantastic lake views.

Venture further into the Snowdonia National Park, where you will find the picturesque village of Betws-y-Coed; peruse the delightful independent shops, dine with views of the River Conwy and Afon Llugwy, embark on a scenic hike to Swallow Falls, wander exhibits at the Conwy Valley Railway Museum or enjoy a game of golf or two at the excellent 9-hole golf course.

Thrill seekers will not want to miss out on the Zip World Forest, where you can see the sights at speed on the woodland wooden roller coaster or at great heights on a zip wire or tree top walk.

For a getaway with something for everyone, look no further than Neuadd Wen.

Note: For short break stays arrival is a Friday or Monday only

Please note: This property only accept a minimum of 3 nights during April - September

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £400.

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About the location


Bala 11 miles; Betws-y-Coed 13 miles.

The village of Cerrigydrudion (also known as Cerrig-y-Drudion) is to be found on the high moorlands in the county of Conwy in North Wales. Cerrigydrudion is perfectly situated between the lakeside town of Bala and charming Betws-y-Coed, which is known as the gateway to the Snowdonia National Park. Boasting Lakes Brenig and Alwen within a few miles, this peaceful village offers superb walking, cycling and wildlife watching opportunities amidst the surrounding countryside. The popular tourist towns of Betws-y-Coed and Bala are both within easy driving distance offering a range of interesting shops, inns and restaurants, along with a host of outdoor activities, including rafting and climbing to name just two. A wonderful holiday location offering something for all the family.

Note: For short break stays arrival is a Friday or Monday only

Please note: This property only accept a minimum of 3 nights during April - September

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas