Llanrwst 4 miles.
A beautifully furnished cottage situated on a hill, located on the edge of Dolgarrog in Conwy and just a five-minute walk from the Surf Snowdonia attraction.
Set over two floors, this homely cottage provides ideal accommodation for families in this scenic Welsh spot.
A dozen stone steps lead you down to the front door, where you enter into a modern kitchen with breakfast bar.
A door leads into the sitting room, with a large feature fireplace and staircase leading upstairs.
The sitting room opens out into a large conservatory, equipped with a dining table and chairs – the perfect place to eat breakfast and admire the garden views.
A spacious wet room, with large walk-in shower and modern basin, is also located on the ground floor.
Head up the wooden stairs and you'll find three bedrooms – the master bedroom with an en-suite toilet and a large walk-in wardrobe, one twin room and another double.
At the back of the property there's a nicely finished garden area, providing plenty of space to sit and enjoy the mountain views.
The popular Surf Snowdonia attraction is just five minutes away, but it's also an excellent location for visiting Zip World or Bounce Below, where you can trampoline in an underground cavern.
Just 6 miles away is the The 25km Gwydir Mawr Trail, great for all the family and There are many more beautiful places to visit nearby, including the Conwy Valley Garden Maze.
Further afield, you might like to explore the castles in Conwy or Deganwy, or visit the RSPB nature reserve.
A well-equipped and ideally located cottage which is perfect for a family holiday.
Over two floors. Three bedrooms. 1 x double with walk-in wardrobe and en-suite basin and WC, 1 x double (accessed from one side only), 1 x twin. Ground floor wet room with walk-in shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast bar (seats 2). Dining area in conservatory. Sitting room.
About the location
Llanrwst 4 miles; Betws-y-Coed 6 miles; Conwy 7.5 miles.
The village of Dolgarrog is situated in the Conwy Valley, within the Snowdonia National Park. The village is surrounded by three rivers - the Afon Ddu, the Afon Porth-llwyd and the Conwy, and the woodlands of the Coed Dolgarrog National Nature Reserve. Surf Snowdonia is found here, a large man-made surf lagoon that provides a fantastic experience for beginner surfers and those with more experience. Built on an old aluminium works, it is the roughly the size of six football pitches and filled with water filtered from mountain reservoirs. 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. Both 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 fifteen minute drive away and includes Conwy, a World Heritage Site offering a castle, festivals, shops and restaurants, and Llandudno with it's sandy beaches and Great Orme. Dolgarrog is an ideal base for exploring this part of Wales.