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Cyffredin Cottages Welsh Luxury Cottage Conwy Cottage

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 3 sleeps
  •  min stay varies

Cyffredin Cottages Welsh Luxury Cottage Conwy

Excellent 4.5/5 Excellent – based on 30 reviews

  • Cottage
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 3 sleeps
  •  min stay varies

Description from owner

Description

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, inglenook fireplace and wood burner , 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.

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 , 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

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, inglenook fireplace and wood burner , 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.

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 , 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 complete with Log burner (Only in one of our cottages)- 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,

Birthdays,

Anniversaries,

Couples.

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)..

Location description from owner

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.....

Conwy

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 Dolgarrog21 June Enjoy a relaxing walk around the reserve ending at the Coffee Shop for drinks and nibbles to watch the sunsetFarm and locally produced quality produce...The 20th North Wales Bluegrass FestivalAnnual Bluegrass Festival held in Conwy...Art ExhibitionOrganised by Conwy Valley Art SocietyConwy Classical Music FestivalAnnual festival …02 - 11 August A nine day festival of watersport and sailing with extensive on shore activities, entertainment and events…………………www.conwyriverfestival.orgConwy Honey fair 13 September Local beekeepers sell about a tonne of honey by lunchtime, plus crafts, plants and local produce stalls....ADVENTUROUS EWE 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. http://www.adventurousewe.co.ukPlas 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.

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Key Info

  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 2 km
  • Ask owner if suitable for children
  • Car advised
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Bed & bathroom

  • Bedroom 1: Double Bed
    Bedroom 2: Single Bed
  • 1 Family bathroom

Amenities

  • Shared garden
  • Private garden
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Central heating
  • Fireplace
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Washing machine
  • Iron
  • TV
  • Satellite TV
  • DVD player
  • CD player
  • Hair dryer
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided

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Access

  • Parking
  • Secure parking
  • Not suitable for wheelchair users

Policies

Check in time:14:00, Check out time:10:00
If you have any questions about check-in or check-out times, please contact the owner/manager.
Payment
This owner does not use online booking. Please contact them and they will be able to offer you a secure way to pay for your stay. Never pay for your holiday rental by wire transfer (such as Western Union or Moneygram) as this type of payment is untraceable.
Smoking
Please contact the owner
Cancellation policy
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About the owner

Jayne A
Response rate:
100%
Calendar updated:
23 Jul 2016
Years listed:
2
Based in:
United Kingdom

Languages spoken: English


This Cottage has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and sleeps 3. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 12 Feb 2007. Located in Conwy, it has 30 reviews with an overall rating of 4.5. The average weekly rate varies from €354 to €630.

The Owner has a response rate of 100% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 23 Jul 2016.

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“What a beautiful place to have a holiday”

Reviewed 6 Oct 2014

The welcome we received was so friendly-nothing was to much trouble for the owner Jayne. The cottage we hired was so quaint with lovely beams great facilities and even had a brook at the end of the garden. The location was idyllic and so peaceful. The gardens were lovely to sit and have a glass of wine and dinner in the evenings. We are unable to find any thing we didn't like - it was one of the best breaks we have taken this year and hopefully return next year. We will highly recommend Cyffredin Cottages to our friends Again thank you for a splendid holiday.

“Probably the best location in Nr. Wales”

Reviewed 14 Dec 2012

My wife and i spent a week in June at the cottages,this was our first visit to Wales and we had such a great holiday that we had another holiday in September.The location is excellent,a great base with beautiful scenery whether you enjoy walking,cycling or touring by car.Our hosts,Jaynne & Adie made us most welcome and could not have been more helpful.The cottage was spotless with all the facilities as described.The gardens are superb,very well cared for and like the cottage a credit to both Jaynne and Adie.They say that the Scots are difficult to please well my wife and I will most certainly be booking another holiday .Thanks for the most relaxing holiday we have had in the U.K.

“second relaxing stay”

Reviewed 7 Dec 2012

I did stay in this cottage for the second time. In 2011 I stayed here for a week with a friend. This time I stayed here again for a week, now with my daughter in law. Both times I had a wonderfull time. Jayne and Adi do there outmost best to make your stay a relaxing and refressing time. The place is cosy and gives you all you need for a nice time away from it all . The surrounding area is stunning. Wether you are inside or outside, the place makes you feel so at home and welcoming.

“Perfect location for spending time with my daughter”

Reviewed 6 Dec 2012

My daughter and I were looking for somewhere peaceful and close to Conwy, as I'd holidayed there on a few occasions as a child. We were attracted by the pictures and description of the cottage and the telephone conversation with Jayne sold it. The welcome on our arrival was lovely and the location was just perfect. We had dinner one evening at the table by the stream at the bottom of the garden; it was so peaceful. The atmosphere in the cottage was totally relaxing and an ideal base for our day trips. We spent a lot of time in Conwy as Emily loved fishing for crabs from the quayside but we equally took time to travel further afield enjoying both the industrial history and natural beauty of Wales. I fell totally in love with Bodnant Gardens. Whilst we knew our hosts were just two cottages away we still had complete privacy; we definitely made the right choice when we booked, and would return there without hesitation.

“A FANTASTIC PLACE TO STAY”

Reviewed 6 Dec 2012

We had such a lovely time staying at the cottages. In a perfect location that was so peaceful and restful. It had everything we required and we were so comfy. Fantastic hosts who couldnt have been more helpful if they tried. A gorgeous garden and views around Conwy. A short walk down a country road brought us into the town of Conwy where we had lots to do. Will def be staying here again next year. A ++++

“I'll be back!”

Reviewed 5 Dec 2012

Spent my holiday at Cyffredin Cottages and had a wonderful time. They are centrally located with easy access to busses and trains if you need them. Also close to Colwyn Bay, Llandudno, and Anglesey. It was just what we needed and the owners could not have been more helpful. Can't wait to go back!

“A thoroughly enjoyable stay in a beautiful valley”

Reviewed 5 Dec 2012

We had a warm welcome, and were pleased with our accommodation. The cottage is well appointed, and even on a wet day we found it cosy and comfortable. In gentle rain it was pleasant to sit under cover in the porch with a book and listen to the waterfall in the garden where Avon Gyffin tumbles over the rocks. On a sunny day we walked to the top of Cerrig y Ddinas, the pointy-top hill you can see from the garden; from there the view is to Great Orme and the sea to the north, then almost to Bettws y Coed to the south. Who could want more?

“a lovely quiet rural cottage”

Reviewed 5 Dec 2012

we had a lovely week in the cottage, there was everything there that you needed and a lovely welcome pack on arrival. gardens were well laid out with plenty of places to sit and relax. the surrounding areas were excellent for walking , also not to far from conway. owners were very pleasant and always about if needed.

“Pretty cottage and location, just not what it said on the label.”

Reviewed 18 Nov 2012

The two bedroomed cottage is the middle of a row of three, so the gardens are shared and lovely. Gorgeous views out the front and very quiet and peaceful. The cottage itself is small, attractive, clean and heated by two electric heaters downstairs, which are manually controlled and give off fairly effective heat. So all good so far - unfortunately the rest was disappointing, not least because what was promised in terms of their advertising was not what we got - so the cottage was not luxurious in any way. The kitchen is part of the one downstairs room and was very basically supplied - in fact the most basically supplied 'holiday letting' kitchen we have ever been in - for example no scissors, no potato masher, any cutting knives there were next to useless as so blunt, no sieve, only a mini cafetiere and so on. The sheets, promised as egyptian cotton were the polyester cotton type, the duvet promised as a super duper delux was just a normal every day duvet. The double bed had no bedside tables and the showever over the bath was a hand held one. Finally to get to Conwy is a fair bit of a walk along a road with the last brief leg being through a park. What we objected to was not these things in of themselves, but that what was advertised and what we got did not match and that included the price. We stayed for less than a week and were charged not proportionate to the quoted week cost but over a third more a day.

“If you don´t mind...”

Reviewed 18 Oct 2012

paying a 245 GBP 2 adults 2 children for 3 days stay in october - extra charge of electric heating - a poorly equipped kitchen - not enough glasses of each sort, for a 4 pers. - just 3 soup plates - no sponge or brush in the kitchen - cooking pots to small - in particular the pan is not helpful for cooking some simple pancakes - all in all not suitable for cooking an ordinary 4 pers. meal - no eggbeater, no waste bin - no heater in the bathroom - no wardrobe!!!. If you don´t mind about that, this is to be understood as a recommendation. p.s. the surrounding garden is seriously well kept and nice as it is to be seen on the photos! It is in fact a nice place to look at from the outside.

Thank you for your comments. Sorry you did not enjoy your holiday . We did advise when you booked and payed that it was school half term (peak time october in the UK) also small charge for electric, hence price. There is a food (only) wast bin allocated under the sink as we have quite strict re-cycling here in Wales with main bins outside the cottage. We have noted your comments regarding kitchen utencils and rectified.

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