Tyn-y-coed Farm Cottages
Rowen 1 mile. Established in 1839, Tyn-y-Coed is a 15-acre working smallholding, in a wonderfully scenic position amidst the tranquil countryside of the Conwy Valley, enjoying views over rolling fields to the wooded hills and mountains beyond. Four luxury properties have been created by the careful conversion of the farm's 19th century stone barns. Oozing character, the spacious accommodation combines original features, such as exposed stone walls, beamed ceilings, solid oak pillars and timber framed walls, with 21st century comforts. Nearby are the picturesque village of Rowen and historic Conwy with its famous castle and excellent links golf course. Situated within the Snowdonia National Park, Tyn-y-Coed Farm is great for touring or simply relaxing. Note: The properties can be booked together to accommodate groups of up to 24.
Rowen 1 mile.
Attached to a courtyard conversion of traditional farm buildings Llys Y Wennol (The Court of the Swallows), has been lovingly created from a barn dating back to 1869.
Set in a beautiful rural location on a 15-acre smallholding, this delightful Rowen cottage has been designed to resemble a cross between a Welsh Hall and a traditional long cottage.
Retaining a wealth of features, including high beamed and vaulted ceilings and exposed stone, this spacious property combines olde worlde style with contemporary mod cons.
Offering quality accommodation, ideal for families, groups of friends, or just as a romantic retreat, this charming cottage has an open plan living area with a double sofa bed, a lovely double bedroom and a further twin bedroom.
Outside there is a stone walled patio area, ideal for dining alfresco, with lovely views across farmland to the hills beyond.
A wonderful location for exploring Snowdonia, Angelsey and the North Wales coast.
Note: This cottage can be booked with Refs. 1638, 1639 and 1683 to accommodate 24 people.
All ground floor.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with fitted kitchen, dining area and sitting area (seats 5) with double sofa bed.
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About the location
Conwy 4 miles; Llandudno 7 miles; Betws-y-Coed 12 miles.
Situated within the Snowdonia National Park, this beautiful village stands amidst the tranquil countryside of the lovely Conwy Valley. Steeped in history, the village is well known amongst walkers and ramblers for its charming white washed stone cottages and pretty gardens and for its renowned mountain trail, which climbs to 1400ft following the old Roman road across scenic mountains and moorland, ending at the stunning Aber Falls. Only 4 miles away is delightful Conwy, a World Heritage Site dominated by its splendid castle and completely enclosed in its well-preserved town walls. There's plenty to enjoy in Conwy - the picturesque fishing harbour, Plas Mawr, one of the best preserved medieval town houses in the country, the 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 nestling along the narrow and winding streets. Close by are excellent beaches, world famous Bodnant Gardens, Victorian Llandudno and stunning Betws-y-Coed.