Llanrwst 1 mile.
A lovely, detached, stone-built, Grade II listed Welsh cottage, situated in a truly idyllic rural location on the slopes of the beautiful Conwy Valley, on the edge of the stunning Snowdonia National Park.
Just a mile from the popular town of Llanrwst, this 17th century cottage enjoys over 300 years of history, and retains many original features including two feet thick stone walls, an inglenook fireplace with an original black-leaded stove, now containing an open fire, and beamed ceilings and walls.
There is a well-equipped farmhouse kitchen, as well as a charming sitting room, bathroom and attractive bedrooms, all perfect for a romantic break or an energetic outdoor-pursuit holiday.
Visitors will also enjoy the sunny garden with its summerhouse and lovely views of the distant hills.
Delightful Llanrwst, with its many amenities, including the world-famous Tu Hwnt cafe is only 1 mile away.
On the edge of the National Park, and close to NT Bodnant Gardens, the Conwy Valley, the coast and even Anglesey, this is a wonderful Welsh cottage for a year-round break.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with roll-top bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Utility. Sitting room with open fire.
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About the location
Betws-y-Coed 4 miles; Conwy 10 miles.
Llanrwst is a thriving market town which stands in the beautiful Conwy Valley, only four miles from picturesque Betws-y-Coed, known as the 'Gateway to Snowdonia' and which is North Wales's most popular inland resort. Surrounded by dense woodland and magnificent mountain country, this is a haven for walkers and outdoor enthusiasts alike. At Betws-y-Coed the River Conwy meets its three tributaries flowing from the west, and the beauty of the area is enhanced by cascading waterfalls, river pools and ancient bridges. Most famous of all are the magnificent Swallow Falls, situated where the Llugwy River hurls itself into a spectacular chasm. The village has shops, pubs, places to eat, miniature railway, a riverside golf course and the Woodland High Rope Activity Centre, and is home to The Snowdonia National Park Visitor Centre, as well as being the start of the beautiful Conwy Valley which leads to the coast and the lovely towns of Llandudno and Conwy.