A stone built cottage next to fields, woods and waterfalls close to the Snowdonia National Park and all the scenic attractions of North Wales. Modernised Victorian stone cottage with woodburner and underfloor heating and original Victorian features. Views of local count …see more
“Affordable little cottage convenient for Coast and Mountains”
Reviewed 14 Apr 2012
Small terraced house in little hamlet in foot hills adjoining Snowdonia and Conway coast. Well equipped and compact, Brythonfa is a good touring base for the area. Sleeps 4 (plus dog).
Owner very he… More
“Lovely rural retreat”
Reviewed 4 Oct 2016
We have recently returned from a weekend break in this lovely cottage. Brythonfa is a 150 year old workers cottage, but dont let that fool you, the interior is bang up to date, very clean, well equipp… More
Thanks for your review. We always fee a warm glow when people enjoy our little cottage. Yours Terry
Reviewed 16 Sep 2012
We had a lovely time as this beautiful, cosy cottage. We really enjoyed our stay, there was plenty of room for myself, my husband and our two young children. The decoration throughout was very nice & … More
On the owners' farm in Snowdonia National Park a mile from Llanrwst is Carnedd Daffydd a detached cottage converted from former farm buildings to retain original features. This comfortable accommodation is ideal for exploring the attractions of the area with a leisure c …see more
The cottage has a spacious living room with sofas, TV, DVD and freesat. A large dining table can seat up to eight. The kitchen is spacious and well equipped and it also has a small table and chairs. There is NO freezer. A high chair is available.Upstairs there are thre …see more
Behind the secret wooden door on Ancaster Square in Llanrwst and find yourself in a peaceful haven right in the centre of this buzzing market town. The front door opens onto a comfortable and cosy open living area, including fully fitted kitchen and dining table. The tw …see more
This cottage has a very homely feel and we enjoyed the open plan downstairs area. It's right in the centre of town, so you're near the Spar and the pubs and restaurants, but it's in a secluded little … More
Thanks for taking the time to review our cottage. So glad you enjoyed your stay. I hope you'll visit us again as there is so much to do in the area.
One of a pair of pretty wisteria and clematis clad cottages just above the lovely hamlet of Melin y Coed - 'Mill in the Woods' - in the fabulous Conwy Valley. Stylish and spacious, the cottage has been fully renovated by the owner who has made all the doors, windows, ki …see more
An attractive, white-painted single-storey cottage on the yard of the owners' working farm in an otherwise secluded location, with lovely outlook over unspoilt countryside to the Hiraethog mountains. The historic town of Llanrwst, on the eastern edge of the Snowdonia Na …see more
Plas Yn Dre Farm is a self catering holiday cottage. Located in the Conwy Valley, at the edge of the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales between Betws-y-Coed and Llandudno in the town of Llanrwst. On the doorstep of Plas yn Dre Cottage you will find pubs, bars, rest …see more
We loved it!, its a great big house and nobody had a small bedroom, as they are all of good size, and we are from America. The kitchen is well stocked and the dining table sat all 12 of us. The farmho… More
So glad you enjoyed your break in Llanrwst. Do come again.
In Llanrwst five miles from Betws-y-Coed is Gainsboro a mid terrace cottage renovated to retain original features such as Victorian fireplaces and with a patio garden. This beautiful accommodation is close to restaurants, pubs, shops and a leisure centre is a good base …see more
Stables Cottage is a terraced cottage in beautiful countryside just four miles from Llanrwst in North Wales. The cottage sleeps five people and has one double bedroom, one twin, a sofa bed and a family bathroom. Also in the cottage is an open plan living area with a kit …see more
This cottage is a simple conversion of the 16th century Gatehouse at Gwydir Castle, just outside Llanrwst and 4 miles north of Betws-y-Coed, on the eastern side of the Snowdonia National Park. The cottage provided compact accommodation in a historic stone building, Grad …see more
In one of the most lovely parts of Snowdonia National Park near Llanrwst is Ochr y Foel a detached restored cottage with wonderful views of Llyn Crafnant. The grounds of this comfortable accommodation have a pebble beach at the lake shore and it is reached from the vill …see more
Bryn Ffynnon is situated 1 mile from the traditional market town of Llanrwst in the small hamlet of Tafarn y Fedw.
The elevated position allows for stunning views across the countryside and the mountains of Snowdonia. Great for walkers and mountain bikers. Pets welcom …see more
Adjoining the owners' farmhouse near Llanrwst is Carnedd Llewelyn a cottage that is suitable for the less able guests and ideal for exploring Snowdonia National Park, the North Wales coast and a bird sanctuary at Conwy. Llanrwst has shops, hotels and cafes and there are …see more
Pengwern Farm Cottage is a wing to a farmhouse, just a mile from the town of Llanrwst near to Betws-y-Coed in North Wales. All on the ground floor, this cottage sleeps four people in one double bedroom and one twin room with a family bathroom. The cottage also has a fit …see more
This stone built detached farmhouse is situated on a 150 acre working hill farm with stunning views of the Conwy Valley, 3.5 miles from Betws-Y-Coed. The accommodation includes three bedrooms, one of which has a four-poster bed; fitted kitchen with a dining area, and si …see more
Tryfan is a lovely, period terraced property in Llanwrst, North Wales. With six bedrooms across the split-level first floor and also the second floor, a first floor bathroom and a second floor shower room, the property can sleep up to twelve people. There's also a …see more
This property was originally built and used as a farmhouse and has been lovingly restored to offer accommodation for up to five people. It retains many of the original features, such as exposed beams and a slate fireplace. An enclosed garden offers ample opportunity for …see more
Pen-y-Fron is a detached cottage on the slopes of the Conwy Valley, a mile from Llanrwst and 5 miles from Betws-y-Coed. The accommodation here is full of character, with two lovely bedrooms, one king-size double and one twin room, as well as a stylish bathroom with roll …see more
This cottage has a very homely feel and we enjoyed the open plan downstairs area. It's right in the centre of town, so you're near the Spar and the pubs and restaurants, but it's in a secluded little walkway which makes it very private. It was very c …
Lovely rural retreat
We have recently returned from a weekend break in this lovely cottage. Brythonfa is a 150 year old workers cottage, but dont let that fool you, the interior is bang up to date, very clean, well equipped and tastefully decorated. The owners make you f …
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