Holiday Cottage in the Conwy Valley | Llwyn-Y-Coed-Isaf

Holiday Cottage in the Conwy Valley | Llwyn-Y-Coed-Isaf

Llwyn-Y-Coed Isaf is a 3 bedroom bungalow holiday cottage in the Conwy valley. Overlooking the banks of the Conwy Valley, 10 minutes outside Conwy itself, on the northern border of the Snowdonia National Park. I’ll have to mention the view first. It’s just fantastic. An uninterrupted panorama across the valley. The Conwy River slowly winds its way to the sea flanked by beds of golden reeds as shadows dance across the rolling hills on the banks beyond.

Holiday Cottage in the Conwy Valley | Llwyn-Y-Coed-Isaf

Naturally, the house has been arranged so that guests can enjoy the view from almost every room in the house. But the lounge does it best perhaps. Large comfortable sofas, a nice telly and fire are all included. But best of all are the large patio doors that overlook the valley below.

The dining area is the other end of the room and sits 6 quite comfortably. This open plan arrangement is perfect for younger families giving the children the opportunity to escape towards the telly when they get bored of the grown ups conversation.

Great view from the kitchen too. And a nice modern fitted kitchen complete with large fridge and dishwasher. The freezer and washing machine are in the adjoining utility room.

This holiday cottage in the Conwy valley has three bedrooms in total. All well proportioned and nicely laid out. One bedroom has a king sized bed, the next also has a king size bed and the third has twin beds. All of them have plenty of wardrobe space, bed side lamps etc and the linen has been carefully chosen and go well with this light and cheerful property. Two bathrooms with wc’s. One has a spacious shower the other has a shower over bath arrangement. The heating and hot water run off a oil fired combi boiler so an unlimited supply of hot water is assured.

Property Details

Sleeps  6 (plus cot)

Pets  2 Max (£30 per pet)

Smoking  No

Bed Linen  Provided

Towels  Provided

Cot and High Chair  On request

Bedrooms  3 Bedrooms: Bedroom 1 - one king size. Bedroom 2 - one King size. Bedroom 3 - one twin.

Bathrooms  2 Bathrooms: Bathroom 1 - Shower over the bath. Bathroom 2 - Large shower cubicle.

Facilities  Fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, iron tv with freeview, dvd, WiFi, welcome hamper, hairdryer, bbq, parking

Location

Like me, you may not be as familiar with this northern part of The Snowdonia National Park. But the rolling hills and wide valleys are a pleasing contrast to the more rugged peaks and troughs in other parts of the Park. And Llwyn Y Coed is a great base from which to explore. Conwy town centre and it’s famous medieval castle is only 10 minutes away. And Conwy’s sandy beach and golf course are another 5 minutes further on. The RSPB nature reserve is also worth a visit. Llandudno, a popular shopping town for locals and tourists, is 20 minutes away to the north. Betws Y Coed is a quieter more picturesque town to the south. This town of course, is very popular with adventure sports enthusiasts. Speaking of which the celebrated Marin Mountain Bike Trail sets off from Llanrwst, just 10 minutes down the road. The trail is 25km long and includes some big climbs and steep single track descents so not for the faint hearted. Other, gentler attractions you should visit includes the wonderful Bodnant Gardens, the National Food Centre also on the Bodnant Estate, the roman spa and woollen mill at Trefriw and the Welsh Mountain Zoo at Colwyn Bay. Ramblers will revel in the fact that the Carneddau Mountains are right on your doorstep. There are two pubs in the village, both serving food. These are within easy walking distance as is the village shop, the post office and the butchers.

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Comments

  1. Anita & family Sunderland says:

    Stayed here in July, weather was superb, the bungalow was a real home from home, everything you can need & more, stunning views & very relaxing. Great base to visit North Wales, would not hesitate in recommending to friends. Couldn’t fault the service from Katie, & Emma, thanks again.

  2. maureen foustanos london says:

    lovely cottage. bright and very clean. brilliant views. kind to have left welcome pack.

  3. Delahoy family, Essex says:

    As everyone says, this is a fabulous bungalow – we’ve stayed in a lot of self-catering places over the years and can honestly say this is the best we’ve seen. The views are great, the location peaceful and it is a good base to get around to explore North Wales. Just one problem – the holiday went by far too fast! We could easily have stayed on for another week . . .

  4. Joe Lavery, Cardiff says:

    We had a wonderful week in Llwyn-Y-Coed Isaf, I can only reiterate what everyone else has said here. The location is fantastic, with stunning views across the valley.
    The bungalow has every possible convenience. Comfortable beds, two bathrooms, (great when you have ladies who spend too much time getting ready). Satellite TV, Free WI-Fi, a selection of books and DVDs, a scrumptious welcome pack and very accommodating owners.
    Although we spent more time sightseeing than resting in the bungalow, it was like a home away from home. I’m confident we will return.
    As an aviation fanatic, I was thrilled to see 2 RAF BAE Hawks flying through the valley at eye level every morning. Considerately not too early. I realise that’s not everyone cup of tea, but Icing on the cake for me.
    We also had a couple of nice meals at the Y Bedol pub just a few hundred yards down the road.
    Can’t wait o go back…

  5. Susy Burke, Bristol says:

    This is a fabulous bungalow with the most amazing views. It is spotlessly clean and well equipped.
    Emma was immediately available and helpful when we had a minor problem.
    I hope that we will be able to go back and enjoy it again on another occasion; maybe see that beautiful valley in another season.

  6. Jackie , Wirral, Cheshire says:

    The accommodation was excellent; the best we’ve ever stayed in. The views were superb and we could have stayed in all day just looking out across the river.
    The cottage was beautifully presented with everything you could possibly wish for – a home-from-home.
    Within walking distance you had 2 pubs, a restaurant, 2 small shops and the bus stop on the main road with connections to Llandudno in one direction and Llanwrst and Betwys-y-Coed in the other. It was only 10 minutes from the railway station at Tal-y-Cafn.
    There are so many walks around the area you are spoilt for choice. I’ve been going to that area since 1954 so I know it very well.
    We would certainly re-book.

  7. Patricia Bamforth says:

    The cottage was superb,very warm and comfortable.We enjoyed our holiday.We would like to suggest that the patio area and maybe part of the lawn be fenced of to make a secure area for dogs and childre.

  8. Maureen Broom, Stafford says:

    This property in my opinion was superb. The views were fantastic, the design of the bungalow was very good and easily accommodated 6 people. It is very well equipped, everything needed for a holiday. The grounds were well maintained. We have hired properties for many years but this one was rated by myself and family as one of the best. It is very warm, it had to be as there was snow on the ground (Easter) absolutely bitter winds, but was very warm inside. Very comfortable warm beds. I cannot find any fault with this property. We had a wonderful family holiday at Easter time. Would have no hesitation in recommending this to anyone. We liked it so much we hope to go again. We certainly have no adverse comments and cannot even think of anything helpful- it had everything.

  9. Neil Gould says:

    Possibly the best weather at one of the nicest cottages we’ve ever stayed in. Glorious sunshine for 3 days (and even the other day was dry). The cottage itself is fantastic with far reaching views down the length of the Conwy Valley. We were well looked after by our hosts and the welcome treats are a delightful..and tasty…bonus.
    The rooms are beautifully furnished, spacious and comfortable.
    We also had a lovely meal up the road at Y Bedol, which was pretty reasonable compared to most places these days and the service very friendly too.
    The only downside…turning 40 years of age whilst here. Well, it sounds old to me !

  10. Wendy Leyland, Southport says:

    Had a fabulous time over New Year.

    The bungalow is wonderful and equipped with everything you need !!

    The views are spectacular!!

    The weather wasn’t great but we still managed some nice walks with the dog!!

    Had a lovely meal at The Old Ship – would definitely reccommend.

    Hope to return in the Summer.

  11. Jeanette Jones, Chirk says:

    Just returned from a short break at this wonderful property wishing we could have stayed longer.
    This is definitely the best self catering place we have stayed at ,so well equipped,tastefully furnished with beautiful views all around.
    So much to see and do without having to go too far.For stunning views of the Conwy valley turn left by the pub in the village, past the Bull Inn,left after sharp right bend, also had an excellent meal at the Ship Inn.
    Certainly hope to return, many thanks.

  12. Karen Hoskin says:

    Had a lovely stay at this beautiful cottage. The layout of the cottage was very well thoughtout with all the main rooms looking out over the wonderful view. Lots of lovely touches from milk, bread and cakes on arrival to lots of books, puzzles and games available. We will definately book the cottage again when we visit my Mum who lives near the cottage. Many thanks

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