Preswylfa is a wonderful terraced cottage based in the heart of Eglwysbach, Wales.
Stepping through the front door you are greeted to a U-shaped, open-plan interior, boasting a cosy lounge area to the right and a lovely fitted kitchen and dining area to the left.
The property has a light decor, giving the room a homely feel.
The lounge offers a large corner sofa, a place where you can relax and unwind in front of the TV or pick up one of the provided books and enjoy some quiet time of an evening.
The kitchen has a set of white units and wooden worktops, with all the appliances you could need for a weekend in the countryside.
Gather around the dining table with seating for four people, where you can enjoy a lovely family meal together, or have a family game night with the provided games.
Upstairs are two bedrooms: one double and one bunk, and would be ideal for couples or a family.
With a modern family shower room for your convenience.
There is roadside parking available.
Preswylfa is one of Eglwysbach’s History points.
The property itself was used by the Midland Bank as its local branch one day each week.
The cashier would arrive in the village with a security guard.
Customers would ring a bell and be shown to the front room which was doubled up as the cashier’s office.
While you stay at Preswylfra, why not visit the RSPB Conwy reserve?
A nature reserve which covers 47 hectares and has a variety of local wildlife, including many bird species.
With grasslands, salt marshes and so many picturesque views - you won't want to leave this wonderful location.
Preswylfa is the perfect country cottage in the heart of Wales.
About the location
Conwy 8 miles; Llandudno 9 miles; Betws-y-Coed 12 miles.
The village of Eglwysbach is in the wonderful Conwy Valley, which is renowned for its beautiful countryside, scenic walks and the world famous Bodnant Gardens. Nearby Conwy, a World Heritage Site, is one of Britain's most unspoilt historic towns. A true medieval gem, the town is dominated by a splendid castle and completely enclosed by its well-preserved town walls - fortified with 21 towers and three gateways, the walls form an almost unbroken shield around the old town. There's plenty to enjoy in Conwy - the picturesque fishing harbour, National Trust's Aberconwy House, Britain's "smallest house" (worth an interesting, if quick, visit!) as well as the town's shops, pubs and restaurants. Close by are good beaches along the North Wales coast and excellent walking, mountain biking, canoeing, climbing and surfing in Snowdonia and the surrounding hills.