Sleeps: 4

Price: £430 - £850

Type: Farm Stay, Internet | WiFi, Pet Friendly, Real Fire

This fantastic two bedroom barn conversion provides luxurious self catering accommodation on a welsh hill farm just outside Betws Y Coed in North Wales. The cottage is really stylish inside with all the mod cons you’d expect like under-floor heating and large flat screen TV. The location, high up on a hill overlooking a beautiful valley is the cherry on the cake.

Self Catering Accommodation on a Welsh Hill Farm | Stabal-Irwch

A narrow but well maintained mountain road leads guests to Stabal-Y-Coed, one of two holiday cottages on the farm. From a large parking area we cross a small private patio through the door into a very spacious lounge. If, like me, you kick off your shoes as you enter, the first thing you notice is how lovely the large welsh slate flagstones feel under your toes, warmed as they are by the hydro electric powered under-floor heating system. And as if that wasn’t enough, you can have a roaring fire up and running in the log burner in no time. Perfect after a long walk in the mountains as you relax in the sumptuous leather sofa and arm chair. Modern features like the large flat screen TV and double glazed windows are combined beautifully with more traditional items like the long sideboard and original oak roof trusses. A rear patio door leads to another private patio area. The picnic bench here has fantastic views of the surrounding fields and valley below.

Next door in the kitchen we find the same traditional stylish look and feel combined with the convenience of new appliances. Beautifully restored kitchen units house a modern electric oven and hob, dishwasher and large fridge freezer. A central dining table is surrounded by more contemporary oak dining chairs. Best of all perhaps is the magnificent glazed stone arch that was of course the original entrance to the stable.

All of upstairs has new oak floorboards. There are two bedrooms up here, one double and one twin. The original oak trusses have been maintained and left exposed. See if you can find the original build date of 1851 carved into the one of the cross braces. All the beds and linen are more modern of course. A great nights sleep is almost guaranteed in what is of course a very tranquil location. The double bedroom has a convenient en-suite shower room whilst a slightly larger family bathroom complete with enameled bath is located on the landing in-between the two bedrooms.

Self Catering Accommodation on a Welsh Hill Farm | Stabal-Y-Coed

Property Details

Sleeps  4

Pets  Yes (£25 supplement)

Smoking  No

Bed Linen  Provided

Towels  Provided

Cot and High Chair  Provided

Bedrooms  2 Bedrooms: Bedroom 1: king size bed with en-suite shower room. Bedroom 2: Twin beds

Bathrooms  2 Bathrooms. Bathroom 1: bath with shower attachment, basin & WC. Bathroom 2: en-suite shower room with basin & WC.

Facilities  Linen and towels provided, log burner, underfloor heating throughout upstairs and down, electric oven and hob, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, microwave, toaster, kettle, washing machine and dryer, Iron and Ironing board, cot and high chair, flat screen TV, DVD player, flat screen tv in double bedroom, hairdryer, BBQ, shared washing machine and tumble drier

Location

The cottage is located on a small holding farm near Capel Garmon some 3 miles from the ever popular Betws Y Coed. There are huge advantages
to staying on a Welsh hill farm. Not only do you get magnificent views, peace and tranquility but you also get a taste of that idyllic farming life.

The cockerel’s proud call in the mornings, the bleating of new born lambs searching for their mothers and the sniffling and snorting of piglets that are just too cute for words. North Wales and the Snowdonia National park is fast becoming a mecca for adventure sports of course. Activities such as mountain biking, zip lining, white water rafting and underground adventures can all be enjoyed within half an hours drive from the accommodation.

Historical and cultural attractions are also a big draw for a lot of our guests. Narrow gauge steam railways, historical industrial sites and ancient castles and fortifications are dotted all over this part of the world.  The Capel Garmon Neolithic Burriel Chamber is within walking distance of the cottage and is well worth a visit. A renewed interest in our food and agricultural heritage has led to a resurgence in fine dining and farmers markets. We’re also pleased to note that the village pub in Betws Garmon has recently been re opened. The pub is 1.7 miles from the cottage so just about wakable I would say.

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