Tan y Graig is a newly located (June 2014) luxury holiday home hidden away amidst the legendary Conwy Valley, Snowdonia and provides the ideal retreat in which to unwind. SEE SPECIAL AUTUMN RATES for up to 5 guests!
Set in 12 acres of beautiful private hillside and woodland, this newly located modern caravan has all the facilities you need, with 3 bedrooms providing comfortable 5-berth accommodation, two sunny gardens, and its own secure parking spaces.
In any season of the year the grounds around Tan y Graig boast a labyrinth of elevated woodland pathways commanding breathtaking views across the mountains and valleys of Snowdonia.
Conveniently located 2 miles from Conwy, with its fine13th century Castle, this exclusively private caravan provides an excellent base for exploring the ancient Celtic heartland of Cymru - North Wales. Tan y Graig is the perfect choice for an unforgettable holiday in one of the most outstanding regions of Britain.
North Wales has one of the most magical and beautiful landscapes in the World, steeped in ancient myths and legends. At the heart of much of its history is the breathtaking Conwy Valley and Snowdonia mountain range. Using Tan y Graig as a centre point, you can easily discover its stunning countryside, misty mountains, sunlit waterfalls and ruined castles, its princes, heroes and tales, its slate and gold mines, and industrial past. The beaches, sand dunes and hidden coves are hard to beat too. The array of attractions is endless!
The River Conwy is 1/2 a mile away for water sports, with an RSPB Reserve on the estuary for the tweeters among you. The National Trust's world-famous gardens at Bodnant are just across the river. The Groes Inn - Wales's oldest, awarded pub - is only up the road for a fine meal and drink. Conwy town - set within the magnificent Castle walls has many attractions and events, with some fine food shops. Conwy is readily accessible by car, bus or train from far away locations such as London, Birmingham, Manchester, or even from Ireland via the ferry at Holyhead and so is easy to get to.
Stef and Mira, the owners of Tan y Graig, invite you to their new holiday home to explore the landscape, history and culture of this fascinating land.
Please note (3G & BTfon internet available in region)
|Size||Sleeps up to 5, 3 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||3 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest railway: Conwy: 2 miles away 3 km|
|Family friendly||Suitable for children over 5|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||TV, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (3), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
North West Wales is a special place in the UK, with a diverse countryside based around the Snowdonia National Park and with plenty of attractions for the visitor. Snowdon is the highest mountain and favoured by most tourists, who can reach the top either by sitting sedately in the steam train or by struggling up many of the rocky paths. There's other mountains to climb of course, such as the Carneddau (named after the Welsh princes) or Tryfan (the test ground for explorers of Everest).
Less strenuous activities include strolling alongside the rivers of Betws-y-Coed, being splashed by waterfalls, or fishing in the lakes above Llanrwst.
The North Wales coastline is dominated by the 13th-century stone castles of King Edward, Caernarfon Castle being the choice of the Queen to invest her son Charles with the title "Prince of Wales". And there are National Trust properties as well, such as Penrhyn Castle near Bangor and Plas Newydd on Anglesey.
Horse-riding, sailing, exploring underground mines, white water-rafting, dancing at music festivals, and bike racing can always be found somewhere in this corner of Wales. But if it's a sunny day, try the sandy beaches of Llandudno, Penmaenmawr or the Llyn Peninsula for pure relaxation.
Tan y Graig near Conwy provides the perfect place from which to explore Snowdonia. Conwy itself has plenty for the visitor, including Conwy Castle, the Smallest House in Britain, the Conwy River Festival, and the Bluegrass Festival if country music makes you swing. Near to Conwy, Llandudno hosts all the main department stores, renowned theatre, pier and beaches, the Great Orme Country Park, and Copper Mines. For gardeners, the National Trust's Bodnant Gardens is worth a leisurely visit.
From Tan y Graig, you can easily take the coast road westwards towards Bangor, the Llyn or the Island of Anglesey, turn eastwards towards Colwyn Bay and Rhyl, or drive inland along the Conwy Valley to reach mountains, green valleys and cool lakes.
Hwyl - enjoy!