Sleeps: 5 + Cot
Price: £350 - £690
Type: Internet | WiFi, Near Pub
Hendre-Wen is a modern detached three bedroom holiday cottage in Betws-Y-Coed; known as the gateway to Snowdonia and home to the Swallow Falls. It is a comfortable cottage in a popular location.
From the entrance hall we turn left into a large kitchen diner. Cream fitted kitchen units house all the appliances you need for a self catering holiday including a washing machine, electric oven and hob. A breakfast bar with stools separates the kitchen area from the dining area where there is a simple dining table and chairs plus a flat screen TV.
We cross back across the entrance hall and into the lounge. Again, this is a lovely bright and simple space with comfortable seating and a second TV flanking a central fireplace. French double glazed doors leading out onto the back garden ensures that the room is filled with a nice soft light. There is also a convenient ground floor bathroom with wc and washbasin.
There are three bedrooms upstairs. The first is a large double bedroom with an en-suite shower room. A second bedroom houses two single beds. The third, slightly smaller bedroom has just the one single bed. Simple clean décor helps create a calm and relaxed feel to the house. The first floor family bathroom includes a shower over bath arrangement, wc and washbasin.
Sleeps 5 + Cot
Bed Linen Provided
Cot and High Chair Provided
Hendre-Wen is located on a quiet street in Betws-Y-Coed. The house includes a small back garden and off road parking for up to two cars at the front. A quick 5-minute walk will bring you into the centre of Betws-Y-Coed itself. There’s a wide selection of pubs, cafes and shops in town and is a popular destination for tourists throughout the year.
There’s lots to do in the area. Adventure activities such as mountain biking and cave exploring sit along more traditional pastimes such as walking and golf. The Marin Trail for example, is a must for all keen mountain bikers. Those guests that enjoy walking should wander along the Llugwy river to the famous Swallow Falls during their stay.
The options for days out are also numerous. Described as the gateway to Snowdonia, Betws Y Coed is within easy reach of the mountains and lakes that North Wales is so famous for. Castles and historical monuments are dotted everywhere on the landscape whilst other popular attractions celebrate our more recent industrial heritage.
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