A well presented, stone cottage on the grounds of an old manor house, located in the town of Llanrwst in Snowdonia National Park.
Beautifully furnished and retaining old exposed beams, the cottage is the ideal location for families and friends to explore the beautiful Snowdonia National Park.
Upon entering the cottage there is a well-equipped kitchen and dining area which leads to a family bathroom or to the sitting room where guests can relax after a day of walking.
Upstairs there are two bedrooms, one king-size double and one twin room with vaulted ceiling.
From the master bedroom guests can step outside onto the veranda to admire the countryside views and enjoy a glass of wine in the afternoon sun.
On warmer evenings guests can cook outside on the BBQ located on the lawned garden and admire the views of the estate.
The town of Llanrwst offers a selection of pubs, restaurants, shops, a supermarket and a swimming pool.
Just a few miles away is the magnificent Snowdonia National Park, a haven for walkers and cyclists to explore.
Why not travel further to the town of Conwy and visit its UNESCO-protected castle and medieval walls.
For those who love the coast, just a few miles on is the seaside town of Llandudno, the perfect place for a family day out.
Two Bedrooms: 1 x Super-King Double (Zip/Link can be Twin upon request) 1 x King Size Double (Zip/Link can be Twin upon request) This room will be made up as a twin when children & Teens are booked. Ground floor bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Utility. Sitting room.
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.