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Storehouse Cottage

Glanwydden, North Wales & Snowdonia (Ref. 1003534)

4.7

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  • Sleeps 3

  • Bedrooms 1

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets No

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Features

  • Garden / Patio
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi

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16 Customer Reviews

  • "Really well equipped property which was easy to live in and just what we needed."

    Thanks for a great stay.

    Reviewed by ChrisOct 2021

  • "Beautiful little cottage ."

    Can’t wait go back

    Reviewed by MatgaretOct 2021

  • "Superb little cottage, beautifully refurbished and all mod cons."

    Snug and cosy-would be great for winter weekend getaways too. Excellent location to Llandudno and all surrounding area. Good gastropub right opposite the cottage. Safer parking about 200m away.

    Reviewed by RichardSep 2021

  • "Excellent location and near perfect for a couple wanting a relaxing break"

    Reviewed by JackieJul 2021

  • "The cottage is fabulous and everything we thought it would be."

    The location is great for North Wales exploring.The weather was also perfect, we were sorry to leave!

    Reviewed by RobinMay 2021

  • "Lovely cottage next to a fabulous pub."

    Two adults and a small child this suited us for a week. Great base for North Wales. Worth being aware there is a lot of stooping under low beams/arches throughout the property which did get a bit tiring after a week! And also resulted in several knocks to the head! Also worth noting the stairs to the mezzanine bedroom are pretty steep, especially for middle of the night bathroom calls.

    Reviewed by SarahAug 2020

  • "Everything about the cottage, it's location & facilities was excellent."

    From the moment the owner took the trouble to come & meet us at the cottage bearing gifts of milk & a Victoria sponge we knew we had booked the right place for our only holiday of 2020. The icing on the cake was the The Queens Head pub situated directly opposite the cottage where the owner Andy & his staff made us extremely welcome, served us with excellent food four of the seven nights we stayed, & even fitted us in one evening although we had not booked a table. Well done to everyone involved in making our first experience of visiting Wales a thoroughly enjoyable one. Brian & Michele

    Reviewed by BrianAug 2020

  • "This cottage is a lovely cozy cottage."

    Me and my family just got back today (2 days early) from what was meant to be a 7 day break. As I said, the cottage is smashing and in a nice quiet location. Sadly the cottage unfortunately had more than its fair share of spiders. It also had quite a few wood louse and other creepy crawlies. The first couple of days without exaggeration we must have put 15 to 20 spiders out each day so on the 3rd day after some Google research we discovered that peppermint oil was a kind of deterrent so we smothered the place in the stuff which made the cottage very minty but it worked to an extent but by the end of day 4 the spiders, wood louse and some flies started appearing again. Later on the 4th night, we saw a couple of earwigs scurrying about so we put them out. This made our mind up to come home early on the 5th day.. I'm not usually bothered by this type of thing but it became quite ridiculous and creepy. Also, there isn't much storage for your clothing and the WiFi is fantastic if that's important to you. To summerise it is a lovely quaint cottage but I would not return unless I was convinced the spider/bugs problem was sorted.

    Reviewed by BarryJul 2020

  • "Fantastic equipped cottage in a fab location to explore this beautiful part of Wales."

    Reviewed by SteveSep 2019

  • "Everything was terrific - the only thing we'd have liked was a bigger frying pan as we bought the ingredients for a stir fry, which was hard in a 7" pan!"

    Reviewed by AnnieAug 2019

  • "A really beautiful cottage, perfect setting - right next to a wonderful gastro-pub."

    It is within easy access of all North Wales has to offer. The cottage has a fabulous six foot bed with, down pillows and duvet, the kitchen is very well equipped. The only tiny negative comment would be that the living room had two big arm chairs, no sofa, so we couldn't sit together in our perfect little love nest! However this really wouldn't stop us booking again - every detail had been considered.

    Reviewed by LisaAug 2019

  • "A very good base from which to investigate the coastal region of North Wales."

    Reviewed by LesleyAug 2019

  • "Absolutely stunning first holiday for my partner and I, this little romantic cottage was all we could of asked for and more."

    The cake, milk and selection of hot drinks was also a lovely touch for us when we arrived. Would definitely book again!

    Reviewed by JoshJul 2019

  • "Storehouse Cottage is in a quiet location and has a very good public house/ restaurant very close by."

    Llandudno and Conwy are very easy to get to and the cottage was charming with many 'finishing touches' that made us feel most welcome.

    Reviewed by AnneJun 2019

  • "Fantastic, cosy, well equipped cottage in the perfect location, to explore wonderful Snowdonia"

    Reviewed by SteveJun 2019

  • "The cottage we had originally booked was cancelled the day before we were due to go."

    We were disappointed, to say the least but Sykes were on the case and emailed us some other cottages, Storehouse cottage being one of them and this is what we chose. We were very glad we did, it was delightful. The cottage was beautiful and quaint. It had a lot of homely touches which made us feel so welcome. We had a great stay.

    Reviewed by CherylMay 2019

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Summary

  • One super-king-size bedroom (zip/link beds, can be made into twins on request)
  • Ground-floor bathroom with shower over bath, basin and WC
  • Kitchen/diner
  • Sitting room with gas fire
  • Dressing room
  • Utility
  • Gas central heating with a gas fire
  • Washing machine, tumble dryer and fridge with ice-box, electric oven and hob, dishwasher, Smart TV including Netflicks and WiFi
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Free road-side parking
  • Bike storage
  • Private garden with lawn area and table and chairs, in addition to courtyard area
  • Sorry, no smoking or pets allowed
  • Pub within 0.1 mile, shop within 1.2 mile
  • Note: woodburning stove in kitchen is not to be used
  • Note: This property is only suitable for 2 adults and 1 child
  • Please call to enquire if your booking is for work purposes

The property

An endearing, Grade II listed cottage, set within a picturesque village of Glanwydden.

This rural retreat comes within close reach to the popular resort towns of Llandudno and Conwy, the spectacular North Wales coast and the majestic Snowdonia National Park, promising either a relaxing escape or an adventurous getaway for a couple.

This romantic retreat boasts a wonderful blend of traditional charm and carefully selected furnishings, to ensure a welcoming stay to explore this corner of North Wales.

Be charmed by the exposed beams and exposed brick wall which are complimented by the idyllic interior design.

Stepping into the property, you will find an amply-equipped kitchen, benefitting from all the essentials you will need to prepare all of your meals.

Enjoy breakfast or dinner at the quaint dining table, or if you are visiting during the summer months, enjoy a spot of alfresco dining within the charming garden area.

After an action-packed afternoon, sink into the plush arm chairs and flick through a selection of films avaible on Netflicks to enjoy before heading to bed.

Resting within a characterful fireplace is a coal-effect fire, which fills the room with warmth during those winter months.

Venture up the staircase to find a mezzanine-style bedroom, where you will find a super-king-size bed and a separate dressing room which includes a day bed for any additional guests, and where you can store your clothes and get ready for the day in style.

If you can tear yourself away from this delightful spot, a short walk will bring you to Queen’s Head pub, where you will be delighted by the welcoming atmosphere and a delicious dining menu.

For picking up the essentials, venture to the centre of Penrhyn Bay, where you will find a selection of shops, as well as a sandy beach and a superb golf-course.

Alternatively, a short drive will bring you to Llandudno, offering an opportunity to walk the Great Orme, enjoy a show at Venue Cymru theatre, or stroll along the picture postcard promenade.

For those feeling active, find miles of wonderful walks within the Snowdonia National Park or visit the Welsh Mountain Zoo.

Storehouse Cottage is a refreshing base for exploring this corner of North Wales.

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About the location

GLANWYDDEN

Llandudno 3 miles; Conwy 4 miles.

Glanwydden is an idyllic country village, which lies between the beautiful coastline and scenic countryside of North Wales. This tranquil village could be described as the ultimate retreat, perfect for exploring the dramatic scenery, walking the unspoilt sandy beaches or visiting the historic castles, churches and gardens of the area. The village was visited in 1824 by Charles Darwin and he called it the Butterfly Valley for its abundant insects and wildflowers. Across a field with a footpath from the heart of the village is Bryn Pydew Nature Reserve, a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) with at least 22 species of butterflies and fireflies recorded flitting amongst the limestone loving wildflowers. There are many gentle and more demanding walks along the valley through the Ancient Woodland that has remained unchanged for hundreds of years. Just 3 miles away is the famous Victorian seaside resort of Llandudno, which offers two superb beaches, excellent shops, pubs and restaurants, the Venue Cymru theatre, a popular dry-ski slope and wonderful views from the summit of the 679' high Great Orme, reached by either the Great Orme Tramway or an exciting cable car ride of over a mile. The town of Conwy - a designated World Heritage Site - is also nearby. A true medieval gem, Conwy is dominated by a splendid castle and completely enclosed by its well-preserved town walls and is known for its unique independent shops. Discover miles of sandy beaches along the North Wales coast and excellent walking in the Snowdonia National Park just 20 minutes' drive away. Fantastic golfing opportunities are available within 15 minutes drive at Maesdu Golf Course, North Wales Golf Course in Llandudno, a championship course at Conwy and Rhos-on-Sea. With good fishing and bird watching opportunities nearby there is plenty to see and do all year round. For the more adventurous visit Surf Snowdonia, Zip World and Bounce Below which are all fantastic facilities within easy reach.

Region Information

Please call to enquire if your booking is for work purposes

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas
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