Cottage | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 3
Cyffredin Cottages were originally the workers cottages for the local paper and candle wax mill, having been fully renovated to a high standard yet still retaining many of the original features including beamed ceilings and inglenook fireplaces, set in Idyllic surroundings along side a stream with beautiful landscaped gardens. There are magnificent views of the Snowdonia mountains and yet within walking distance (just over 0.8 miles) from the historical walled town of Conwy. Conwy Golf course 1.5 miles.
One of the best Beaches and Sand dunes within 5 mins drive.
Victorian town of Llandudno is 10 mins drive.
The holiday cottage has 2 bedrooms - With one being a Double and and the other having a single . The bedrooms have quality bed linen and towels provided.
The cottage has a comfortable and cosy lounge suite, fully equipped with LCD TV (LCD TV in main bedroom also), DVD player, music CD system, Freeview TV. There is also a vast array of reading literature and board games to while away the evenings and original inglenook fireplace - all beneath the original beamed ceilings,a beautifully designed and very well equipped kitchen and dining area.
Outside, you can relax in our beautiful private landscaped gardens with pagoda and even a raised decked area with stream running beneath, large well maintained lawn area..Surrounded by open fields and mountain views.
Cyffredin Cottages are situated just under 1 mile from the walled coastal town of Conwy.
Cyffredin cottages are a great base for walkers and cyclists. The cycle route and Snowdonia National Park is right outside are gate !!! and also so many great Walks, the views from the top of the surrounding mountains are magnificent and chaging colour with the seasons.
A favourite with artists and photographers alike.
Special romantic breaks catered for eg. Honeymoons,
Golfing breaks catered for.
Luxury Winter Breaks.
Great base for cyclist. (cycle route right outside our gate)
Excellent for Walkers..
Excellent for artists and photographers. (Beautiful landscaped gardens).
|Size||Sleeps up to 3, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Conwy 1 km|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest Amenities||800 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Liverpool 68 km, Nearest railway: Conwy 1.5 km|
|Family friendly||Suitable for children over 5|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (1), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 3, Lounge seats for 3|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, Shared garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
All Below are included in the cottages.
Various Dvd,s are supplied in the cottage.
Kitchen include an extensive range of cooking utilities. inc tea towels and cleaning equipment.
Welcome packs included on arrival....including ..tea ,coffee ,milk, sugar etc.
Tv In Main bedroom.
There is a charge for Electric..(meter will be read on arrival and departure).
Wi-Fi available extra charge £5.00 per stay.
|Further details outdoors|
Outside, you can relax in our beautiful private landscaped gardens, pagoda and even a raised decked area with stream running beneath, various well maintained lawn areas..
Extensive views of Snowdonia National park and Mountains.
Secure Floodlight onsite Parking.
Excellent for artists and photographers.(Beautiful landscaped gardens).
Lovely and tranquil......Surrounded by fields and hill views.......
Lockable outside shed for bikes, golf clubs etc.
Secure floodlit onsite parking
Welcome pack provided on arrival. (tea, coffee, sugar, milk ,bread, butter etc).
Special occasions catered for eg.
Cycling breaks.....(cycle route right from our gate).
Special mid-week and weekend Breaks.
Variable Change over day available
Horse Riding......Ty Coch , Penmachno, Nr betwys y coed.
Excellent for Walkers...(right from our gate)
Luxury Winter Breaks.
Half term Breaks.
Short term lets available off season.
Lounge Area. Original inglenook, LCD TV, Sound system, Freeview, DVD player, all beneath the original beamed ceiling.
Kitchen/Diner. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, toaster, kettle, well equipped kitchen utensils.
Cleaning products are provided.
Bedroom 1. Double size bed, flat screen TV, built in wardrobe, quality bedding and towels.
Bedroom 2. Single bed, clothes storage facility.
Bathroom. 3 Piece Suite inc Bath (with telephone shower type taps).
Please note, the cottage does not have a washing machine, however we do offer a laundry service for a small charge.
Gardens. Beautifully mature landscaped gardens, Pagoda, Raised decked area with stream running beneath.
Please Note, smokers are welcome..but we do ask guests Not to smoke inside the cottages, smoking is permitted Outside in the gardens and grounds.
The North Wales region
Stroll round the historic town of Conway, dominated by its castle built by Edward I, the walled town of Conwy overlooks the estuary of the River Conwy over towards Deganwy.
The castle itself is one of the most impressive examples of mediaeval military architecture and offers spectacular view of both the estuary and the mountains. Visitors can also walk along part of the town walls between Uppergate Street and Berry Street, all this under 1 mile of Cyffredin Holiday Cottages.
The Conway Valley is one of the most beautiful areas in Britain and can be explored by car on foot or bike. Llandudno is a lovely uncommercialised Victorian seaside town with sandy beaches on one side and the beautiful estuary on the other. Sandy beaches stretch along the whole of the North Wales coast.
The Smallest House in Britain. Built originally as a fisherman’s cottage on the quay front, its last occupant was 6’ 3” but amazingly it measures 9’ 9” high by just 6’ wide! .
Scenic drives, dedicated on road and off road cycle tracks, visit old slate and copper mines or take a ride in the mountains on a narrow gauge railway, we have it all.
Good places to visit: Anglesey, Llandudno Victorian town, Conwy Castle, Betws-y-coed, Portmeirion, Ffestiniog Railway, Great Orm Tramway, Beddgelert, Llanberis .
Snowdonia with its breathtaking beauty and fantastic scenery, boasts the highest range of mountains in England and Wales, and is a mecca for climbers and walkers.
The beach on Conwy morfa ...one of the best Beaches and Sand dunes in the area and only 5 mins drive ...
Victorian town of Llandudno is only 10 minutes drive away.....
The area caters for everone - Fishing (course fishing and sea fishing..both approx 1 mile), Golf (aprox 1.5 miles away), Walking (from the doorstep), Climbing, Visiting historic houses, Gardens and Castles .
Good places to eat: Castle Hotel Conwy , Bodysgallen Hall, The Bistro Conwy, The Mulberry Conwy Marina, The Quay Deganwy 5*, The Thai Deganwy.
Annual Events: Conwy River Festival ..... International Bluegrass Music and Dance Festival Friday to Sunday - Conwy Honey Fair, September 13th, from midnight. 21 June
Canoe race and tour on the incoming tide from Conwy Beacons car park to Dolgarrog
Enjoy a relaxing walk around the reserve ending at the Coffee Shop for drinks and nibbles to watch the sunset
Farm and locally produced quality produce...
The 20th North Wales Bluegrass Festival
Annual Bluegrass Festival held in Conwy...
Organised by Conwy Valley Art Society
Conwy Classical Music Festival
Annual festival …
02 - 11 August
A nine day festival of watersport and sailing with extensive on shore activities, entertainment and events…………………www.conwyriverfestival.org
Conwy Honey fair 13 September
Local beekeepers sell about a tonne of honey by lunchtime, plus crafts, plants and local produce stalls.
We are now working in-conjunction with Adventurous Ewe.
Adventurous Ewe is a company catering for individuals and small groups of people looking for adventure. Whether you want to trek in Snowdonia or safari in Africa, we cater for all abilities and needs.
Based in North Wales we offer a number of trips worldwide ranging from 1 day to 3 weeks. We also advise, arrange and guide bespoke trips throughout the world.
What is Adventurous Ewe?
Adventurous Ewe helps like minded individuals get together and vist some of the most exciting and beautiful parts of the world. We strive to have fun and adventure.
Plas Mawr means the Great Hall. Built by Welsh merchant Robert Wynn between 1576 and 1585, Plas Mawr stands proudly in the centre of Conwy’s High Street. It is one of Britain’s finest examples of an Elizabethan town house and it is perfectly preserved and has been skilfully renovated. With its courtyards, arches, lime-rendered walls, plasterwork and friezes, it is a ‘must see’ on any trip to North Wales – a real gem of 16th Century history.
Conwy Suspension Bridge...
Completed in 1826, the Conwy Suspension Bridge was designed and built by Thomas Telford to replace the dangerous ferry crossing over the tidal waters of the River Conwy. During the 18th Century there had been an increase in the number of travellers. The supporting towers of the 100 metres long bridge were built to blend in with the medieval walls and towers of Conwy Castle. At the eastern end is a tiny toll-keeper's cottage. After the building of a new wider road bridge, Telford's bridge closed on 30 November 1958. It is now owned by the National Trust.