Eglwysbach 3 miles.
A pretty cottage, adjoining the owner's home on a quiet side road in the small hamlet of Trofarth.
The cottage is surrounded by countryside, 7 miles from the gorgeous sandy beaches of Colwyn Bay and 3 miles from Bodnant Gardens.
This charming, eco-friendly property has been lovingly renovated by the current owners to create a warm and welcoming single-storey cottage suitable for a romantic retreat.
There is a fantastic open plan living space incorporating a fitted kitchen, cosy and romantic dining area and relaxing seating area with a remote control electric fire.
The double bedroom has been well presented and delightfully furnished to ensure a peaceful night's rest, whilst the shower room with underfloor heating and a walk-in shower is modern and contemporary.
Outside you will find a bistro table and chairs overlooking the shared courtyard, with further seating at the bottom of the small paddock next to a shallow wildlife pond, perfect to sit and watch the red kites soaring on the surrounding thermals.
Grazing is available for two horses in the paddock by arrangement with the owners.
Doorstep walks lead across fields, allowing easy access to the village pub within 15 mins walk, and opening up miles of unspoilt countryside in all directions.
The North Wales coast can be accessed by a short car journey allowing you to visit the delights of Conwy and its historic castle the popular beaches of Deganwy, Penmaenmawr and Rhos on Sea, or travel inland up the Conwy Valley to Betws-y-Coed, Llanrwst, Snowdonia and beyond.
A fantastic cottage for a romantic break, an energetic walking holiday or just for a perfect central touring base for the outdoor enthusiast at any time of year.
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.