Llwyn Onn is a tastefully decorated, semi-detached cottage in the lovely, quiet village of Dolwyddelan in the Snowdonia National Park.
With the wonders of Snowdonia and some of North Wales' most popular spots so close at hand, this is the perfect base to return to at the end of an adventure-filled day.
Be drawn into the property by its modern sitting room; comfortable seating, a stunning woodburning stove and a wall-mounted TV make it a lovely spot to kick back and relax, a rustic wooden dining table rests to the side.
Head into the galley kitchen to prepare your meals, stylish oak units house all of the necessary appliances to set you up for your stay.
At the top of the neutrally carpeted staircase you will discover a luxuriously tiled bathroom featuring a classy roll-top bath and a separate shower cubicle.
The two bedrooms at Llwyn Onn are decorated in a similarly beautiful fashion, graced with thoughtful touches to make you feel at home, and with plenty of storage to make the most of.
To the outside lies a delightful enclosed garden, a patio area with splendid plants and furniture is the perfect spot to sit out in the sun and unwind.
Dolwyddelan is a charming little village, its shop and pubs sit just a stone's throw from this splendid cottage.
Nearby you can discover the wonders of Snowdonia from its scenic walks and cycle paths to its extreme outdoor activities and popular attractions such as Betws-y-Coed and Blaenau Ffestiniog.
Llwyn Onn is an immaculate cottage placed excellently for touring this awe-inspiring region.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with hand-held shower, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Living/dining room with woodburning stove.
About the location
Betws-y-Coed 6 miles.
Situated in the beautiful Lledr Valley at the foot of Moel Siabod in the Snowdonia National Park, just 6 miles from the popular tourist centre of Betws-y-Coed, the pretty village of Dolwyddelan is an ideal location from which to explore the whole of this spectacular mountain region. The village has a church dating to around 1500, whilst on the outskirts of the village is the 13th century Dolwyddelan Castle, which boasts magnificent views from its battlements. There are numerous walks in the mountains and the Gwydyr Forest and the railway line along the valley makes it possible to combine a walk one way with a return by train. The Afon Lledr is noted for sea trout and salmon fishing, and visiting golfers are welcome at the 9-hole course at Betws-y-Coed. Dolwyddelan village has a late-opening general store and two pubs serving bar meals, whilst within 8 miles, Betws-y-Coed, Blaenau Ffestiniog and Llanrwst offer a wide range of amenities.