Originally an almshouse built in 1884 sympathetically restored, this stone-built end-terraced cottage perches in an idyllic elevated location, overlooking the village of Ysbyty Ifan and the undulating hills of the Snowdonia National Park.
Step into 3 Bryn Ysgol and into its heart-warming sitting room, where you can rest and put your feet up in front of the fire after a day of touring the encompassing countryside.
Head through into the light and airy kitchen, the rustic wooden worktops and Belfast sink give it a real country-cottage feel.
Adjacent, you will find a crisp, white family shower room with a walk-in shower and a heated towel rail.
Enjoy each mealtime in the romantic dining room, a delicious meal for two is the perfect way to round off your day.
3 Bryn Ysgol concludes with a wonderfully cosy king-size bedroom, ensuring a peaceful spot to catch your rest.
Embrace your unforgettable location by taking a seat on the furniture to the front of the property, it's an astounding spot to sit with your morning coffee before your enthralling day begins.
Ysbysty Ifan is a stunning village owned by the National Trust, a heavenly spot to base your break.
Nearby sits the popular village of Betws-y-Coed, a scenic village providing a wealth of charming shops, pubs and restaurants and wonderful views of Snowdonia National Park.
Just under an hours drive away is the seaside town of Old Colwyn, enjoy lunch in one of the many restaurants and pubs before a walk along the promenade which winds along the bay from Old Colwyn to Penrhyn Bay, or simply soak in the sunshine on the three miles of sandy beaches.
The Victorian town of Llandudno is also around 30 miles away, a traditional resort with an imposing crescent of Victorian hotels an excellent selection of shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes.
Admire the incredible views of Anglesey from the summit of the 679ft Great Orme, accessed using the Great Orme Tramway or by cable car.
A fabulous, cosy cottage placed perfectly for enjoying the Snowdonia National Park and attractions in North Wales.
About the location
Betws-y-Coed 6 miles.
The small, rural village of Ysbyty Ifan is idyllically set amidst rolling hills and mountains in the beautiful Snowdonia National Park. This is a National Trust village, renowned for being 'the most historical place in North Wales', and as the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln's Great Grandmother. The village has an historic and beautiful church, which sits on the site of the ancient hospice of the Knights of St John. There is also an old water mill and smithy, while the encompassing countryside is alive with a wealth of wildlife including the occasionally-spotted, rare red kite. Just 6 miles away, at the head of the beautiful Conwy Valley lies Wales' most popular inland resort, Betws-y-Coed, translated as "sanctuary in the wood". A haven for walkers and mountain bikers, this striking village is alive with cascading waterfalls, pretty river pools and ancient bridges and a variety of specialist shops, excellent pubs and restaurants to suit every taste. The unique, Italianate village of Portmeirion, the lovely Victorian town of Llandudno and the Roman city of Chester are all within easy touring distance, making this a wonderful base for a varied and enjoyable holiday.