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Cae Bach

Dwygyfylchi, North Wales & Snowdonia (Ref. 1016024)



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  • Sleeps 4

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets Yes

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  • Off road parking
  • Open fire
  • Garden / Patio
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi

Reviews & Ratings

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25 Customer Reviews

  • "Really good base for visiting places."

    Comfortable. I should have pressed 10 in the first numbers.

    Reviewed by RuthApr 2022

  • "Beautiful cottage really clean and tidy, pub 5 minute walk away and very welcoming, good food, shop 10 minutes away and well stocked ."

    The area absolutely beautiful, lovely for walking and only a 25 minute walk to the the beach on foot the dog really enjoyed it because he loved going in the little stream/river and the sea. We will definitely coming back. Xxx

    Thank you for taking the time to review. So pleased you enjoyed your stay, and everything the area has to offer, and really appreciate how clean and tidy you left it. Property Owner

    Reviewed by GlynApr 2022

  • "We had such a lovely week at Cae Bach, the house was warm and cozy on arrival and spotlessly clean."

    The Welsh cakes, teabags and milk were a nice surprise and much appreciated after our long journey. The gorgeous weather helped but the cottage couldn't of been better placed for the hills and the sea. We only used the car once all week to pop to Llandudno to visit the great orme and shopping otherwise we walked to Conwy and beyond. Loved our weeks holiday in this beautiful house and have booked again for later in the year x

    Reviewed by HelenMar 2022

  • "A well equipped cottage, in a beautiful location."

    Couldn't fault it. Warm and cosy. Bed very comfortable. The river walk to the bridge was lovely. A great location. Would highly recommend and without hesitation rebook another visit. Thank you. Ren and Phil

    Reviewed by KarenMar 2022

  • "Well presented property I would stay again"

    Reviewed by WayneFeb 2022

  • "Beautiful cottage, very clean and comfortable and with everything you would need."

    Superb location with easy access to walks from the door. Will definitely visit again.

    Reviewed by GaryDec 2021

  • "Cottage was even better than we expected."

    Sometimes cottages look nice in the photos but in reality they are a bit tired and need refurbishing. This cottage was clean and modern but retained its character. Also the location was even better than we expected. It had the advantage of appearing remote e.g. sheep, hills, a stream yet it was close to local amenities e.g. a very nice pub and a very nice beach. A good central location for touring north Wales.

    Reviewed by JulieSep 2021

  • "A lovely cottage, tastefully decorated, with everything we could possibly need for a relaxing break."

    Comfy beds, beautiful views, walks from the door, complimentary Welsh cakes - we loved it and would recommend without hesitation.

    Reviewed by SueAug 2021

  • "Cottage very clean, comfortable and well equipped."

    Reviewed by HelenAug 2021

  • "We had a truly wonderful holiday and the location of the the cottage is just perfect."

    The views were amazing and it was so pretty. We’ll definitely be back. Thank you Christine

    Reviewed by LyndseyJul 2021

  • "Lovely clean cosy cottage with all the facilities you need for a great holiday."

    Excellent location for Snowdonia and Anglesey and for some golf in the evening a 9 hole course on your doorstep. We have stayed in this area two years running, I think that confirms how much we like the area.

    Reviewed by AlanJul 2021

  • "Cae Bach is a beautiful property."

    We really enjoyed our stay there..in fact we didnt want to go home!!! Everything needed was provided by the owners. We loved the location too with the south facing seating area at the front. Would definately recommend. Cant wait to visit again

    Reviewed by PatriciaMay 2021

  • "Lovely cozy cottage, and great location."

    We'll worth a walk upto the fairy Glen hotel along the river.

    Reviewed by StephenMay 2021

  • "The cottage was immaculate very cosy we had a wonderful week not having a car the bus route was so convenient just down the rd ."

    Loads of lovely walks from the doorstep ,into the hills fantastic views ,made the most of the good weather ,out walking everyday . Also a nice gesture fresh milk and welsh cakes . Would book again .

    Reviewed by LindaSep 2020

  • "Delightful cottage, decorated and equipped with love and care."

    Superb location - so peaceful with excellent walks from the doorstep, yet conveniently placed for accessing the numerous beaches and local attractions. A gem of a place!

    Reviewed by AnnaAug 2020

  • "We had a lovely week at cae bach."

    The cottage is extremely well equipped and had everything we needed. Milk in the fridge and welsh cakes were lovely. Comfy beds and warm and cosy. we had some lovely walks from the cottage and the fairy Glenn pub is only a 10 minute walk away and well set up for a socially distanced pint. Conwy marina is a short drive away and the beach is brilliant for kids and dogs. We would definitely recommend this cottage and the local area.

    Reviewed by HelenJul 2020

  • "The cottage was very pretty and beautifully presented."

    Ideally situated to explore the North Wales coastal area or the Snowdonia National Park. In fact we liked it so much we have already booked another week in September.

    Reviewed by EricMar 2020

  • "The cottage was like new it was so clean."

    The lovely welcome pack of Welsh Cakes and Milk was an added bonus. We will definitely recommend this cottage to our friends. I am sure our Dog max has the holiday blues. Really good location plenty of walks on the door step as well. We Really Enjoyed Our Stay.

    Reviewed by KatherineJan 2020

  • "Cae Bach is a lovely cottage and on our arrival we were greeted with goodies for the Christmas break."

    The cottage is light and airy and beautifully decorated with all items you think you will need and more. Lovely piution in front of the steam and will definitely visit again . Thanks

    Reviewed by LindaDec 2019

  • "We stayed at Cae Back for 5 nights along with our two doggies."

    The cottage was very warm and cosy. There is a log burner as well but we didn't need that. We loved the comfortable bed and the large powerful shower. The kitchen is well equipped and the hosts provide all the basics. The location is rural and there are several walks that you can do with the dogs right from the cottage. The pub at the Fairy Glen is only about 5 minutes walk away and does a good dinner. We have quite a large car and we did struggle getting access to the parking space. You have to manoeuvre over a lovely old bridge but it is very tight. You can park on the road just a minute's walk away. Take a torch as it is dark for a winter stay. We really enjoyed our stray and would recommend the cottage to other guests.

    Reviewed by JulieDec 2019

  • "The cottage has been refurbished to a very high standard and was cosy and warm even though the weather turned cold while we were there."

    It had all the facilities you could need and the owners had left stocks of basics for their guests. They also contacted us to make sure we were comfortable and the house was warm enough. The beds were super comfy as well. The location was perfect for walks with our two dogs and the house was designed to be easy to clean with dogs around. Very close to both the amenities of Llandudno and the beautiful countryside. All in all, it was perfect for us and I was sad to leave - we'll definitely be back!

    Reviewed by RonaNov 2019

  • "The cottage is very cosey, super-clean, and very comfortable."

    The only thing I would say, is, the beds in the back bedroom were quite large, very comfy, but not a lot of room in the bedroom. The beds could be a little narrower, leaving a bit more room to move around. This is in no way a criticism, the beds and bedding were really lovely,(the duvet was so cosy). The kitchen and bathroom were very of very high standard, and the whole ambience of the cottage was really welcoming. Log burner was a real bonus, and made us all feel at home when it was a bit stormy. We would definitely book again, and even stay a little longer. Thanks for a lovey stay.

    Reviewed by NicolaOct 2019

  • "We had a great holiday in this excellent cottage in North Wales."

    It was ideally positioned on the northern coast of Wales in easy reach of the Snowdonia National Park as well as surrounding towns and historic sites. The cottage itself was finished to very high standard and afforded walks from the doorstep into the surrounding hills. A pub was within easy walking distance from the door. Having stayed at several Sykes cottages I can highly recommend Cae Bach as being one of the best we have visited.

    Reviewed by DavidSep 2019

  • "Beautiful cottage situated in a lovely village."

    Everything we needed was there, and lovely outdoor furniture and seating areas at the front and back. Easy located to explore the surrounding areas. Bay of Bengal, local indian restaurant is worth a visit. Really enjoyed our stay in this cottage, and would recommend staying here.

    Reviewed by KayAug 2019

  • "Great cottage,great location,walking distance to beach and good food pub,great walks for pets,accommodation has lovely south facing seating area in front,will definitely go back."

    Reviewed by Patrick DarrenAug 2019

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  • Over two floors
  • Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin
  • Shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC
  • Kitchen/living room with woodburning stove
  • Dining room
  • Gas central heating with woodburning stove
  • Electric oven and hob, kettle, toaster, microwave
  • TV and WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off-road parking for one car
  • Enclosed rear garden with seating area
  • Enclosed front garden with seating area
  • Two well-behaved pets welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking allowed
  • Pub within 0.9 miles, shop within 1.3 mile
  • Note: Check in time 5pm

The property

A delightful traditional cottage with modern fitting that is nestled between the mountains and the sea, on the edge of Snowdonia National Park, in the pretty village of Dwygyfylchi, between Conwy and Penmaenmawr in North Wales.

The cottage is well situated for people wanting to explore this beautiful area.

The downstairs area is Open Plan with a well equipped kitchen and a comfortable sitting area with wood burner for colder nights.

A dining area is in the attached centrally heated conservatory.

Upstairs there are 2 bedrooms, one with a king-size bed, the other with twin beds that can be linked to make a super king size on request.

A luxurious shower room with walk-in shower and large heated towel radiator completes upstairs.

Outside at the front there is a south facing patio area and “Zen” garden with comfortable furniture to sit and watch the world go by, accompanied by the sound of the tranquil stream, that runs along the front of the property, amidst the beautiful mountain scenery.

At the rear of the property there is an outdoor eating area and a further raised patio area, accessed by steps, where you can choose to sit at the end of the day and watch the sunset.

The back gate has direct access to Conwy Mountain, and the outdoor “playground” that is Snowdonia National park.

Access on foot to Wales coastal paths, Upland(mountain) and lowland(next to the sea) route/cycle path, east to Conwy (up to 2 hours walk depending on fitness levels) or west to Penmaenmawr and Llanfairfechan.

Access to North Wales path and beyond.

Many other short walks in the area, through woods, over fields with amazing sea views to Puffin island, Anglesey and great Orme.

Suggest OS explorer OL17 to make the most of walking opportunities in the area.

The Fairy Glen pub is a 5 minute walk into Capelulo village.

A community children’s play area is in front of the pub.

The Gladstone pub is a 20/30 minute walk away with a great beer garden and magnificent sunset views.

The town of Penmaenmawr has a large selection of shops, pubs and restaurants and there are plenty of activities, including a golf course and bowling green both with amazing sea views, and beautiful long sandy beaches.

The sailing club in Penmaenmawr is well established and welcomes day guests.

On the promenade there are plenty of activities together with a beach café which is open most of the year.

There are also beach huts on the promenade you can hire by the day.

Conwy, world famous heritage site, with its medieval castle and walls, Conwy marina and quay, numerous pubs and frequent organised events is within walking distance, also on bus route if you want to leave the car behind.

The wider area is home to Adventure Parc Snowdonia the world-first surf lagoon, Zip World Forrest coaster and tree top adventure centre, Zip world velocity including the fastest zip line in the world and bounce below with the underground trampolines stretched over former slate caverns.

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About the location


Penmaenmawr 1.5 miles; Conwy 3.5 miles.

Dwygyfylchi is situated on the stunning North Wales coast between Penmaenmawr and Conwy. It looks out across to the Irish Sea, Conwy Bay, Anglesey and the Great Orme off Llandudno, where dolphins can sometimes be seen swimming in the distance. On a clear day, the Isle of Man can be visible. It is nestled at the foot of Moel Lys mountain, which offers many beautiful walks and vistas. A recently opened cycling track enables you to ride along the coast eastwards towards Conwy and beyond, or westwards towards Llanfairfechan. Located by the beach at Penmaenmawr is a Sailing Club and there is also the Penmaenmawr Golf Club; visitors are welcome at both. On the other end of the beach to the Sailing Club is a promenade area offering skate boarding, a children’s playpark, bowling green, promenade cafe and all-weather tennis courts, as well as some of the safest swimming in the area on a long sandy beach. Alternatively, you can drive (or walk) up the Sychnant Pass, from where there are many walking trails leading off. Further on, you can drive up through the beautiful Conwy Valley alongside the River Conwy. On the way to the Sychnant Pass you go through the charming village of Capelulo, where there are a couple of restaurants. This is a lovely area which provides a fantastic base for your holiday in North Wales

Region Information

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
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