Holiday Cottage With Fantastic Views Near Fairy Glen | Wern | Dioni

Holiday Cottage With Fantastic Views Near Fairy Glen | Wern

As you pull down into the drive of the cottage, the view that greets you is spectacular; a beautiful old stone building looking out over the Conwy river and the Lledr valley. Wern is a three bedroom holiday cottage with fantastic views near Fairy Glen and a five minute drive from the centre of Betws Y Coed itself.

Holiday Cottage With Fantastic Views Near Fairy Glen | Wern

Entering into the cottage brings you straight into the sitting room where you’ll find two comfy sofa’s, a log effect burner and TV – all very inviting and where you will spend many a cosy evening. The sitting room leads out onto a large wooden terrace which overhangs the hillside; an absolutely stunning addition to the cottage.

Back through the sitting room leads you into the kitchen. A lovely modern kitchen with exposed brick work at one end. Another log effect burner gives a very inviting feel to the room. A large dining room table which will seat six comfortably along with plenty of storage and modern appliances, including an American style fridge will mean you have everything you need for cooking up a storm during your stay.

Upstairs there are two double rooms and one twin room. The two double rooms have en-suite bathrooms with showers and are beautifully decorated with lots of individual touches whilst retaining a clean and airy feel throughout. The twin room is at the back of the house and has its own family bathroom; with both shower and bath. All the rooms and bathrooms are finished to a very high spec.

Holiday Cottage With Fantastic Views Near Fairy Glen | Wern
Holiday Cottage With Fantastic Views Near Fairy Glen | Wern

Property Details

Sleeps  6 + cot

Pets  No

Smoking  No

Bed Linen  Provided

Towels  Provided

Cot and High Chair  Provided

Bedrooms  3 Bedrooms: Bedroom 1: Double bed, cabin ensuite with shower, toilet and basin. Feature fitted cupboard, Freesat TV. Bedroom 2: King size bed, ensuite with shower, toilet and basin. Bedroom 3: Two single beds.

Bathrooms  3 Bathrooms: Bathroom 1: ensuite with electric shower, Heated towel rail. Bathroom 2: ensuite with electric shower, Heated towel rail. Bathroom 3: Main bathroom, bath with shower over, Heated towel rail.

Facilities  Welcome Hamper, Linen, Towels, Cot, High Chair, Central Heating, WiFi, Near Pub, Cooker, Hob, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer (not icebox), Dishwasher, Washer/Dryer, DVD player, Underfloor heating in the Lounge, Stereo, Books, DVD Library, Mobile phone reception, Private Garden, Off street parking, BBQ, Secure Bike Storage.

This cottage is not suitable for disabled guests.

Location

The show piece of this cottage is the wooden terrace that overhangs the hillside. A huge space with table and chairs allows you to enjoy the views with no interruption. A fantastic place to sit and eat dinner, have breakfast, or just sit and daydream! There is plenty of outdoor garden space with lots of places for the kids to run around and enjoy the natural surroundings.

1.5 miles from the centre of Betws Y Coed, the cottage is really well positioned. Betws Y Coed is home to the swallow waterfalls and the famous Fairy Glen is in walking distance from the cottage. There are plenty of shops and cafes in Betws town centre and a real go to place if you are after outdoor clothing. The Conwy Falls and Cafe are 5 minutes up the road where you will also find the headquarters for Go Below, the ultimate in underground adventures for the area. Dolwyddela Castle is also a 5-10 minute drive away.

15 minutes from the new Zip world adventures and 30 minutes from Surf Snowdonia means you also have easy access to some of the great new attractions the area has to offer. Snowdon is a 20 minute car ride away as is Conwy where you will find the Castle and a great old market town where the smallest house in the UK is located.

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Comments

  1. Leyton Russ says:

    Absolutely lovely cottage, spottlessly clean, well laid out and equipped with fantastic views. Great central location, check out Fairy Glen which is about a 10 minute walk. Tawny Owls were vocal every evening and garden busy with birdlife.

  2. Zoe says:

    We had a lovely stay in this amazing house. A fantastic location, with great views and the house is immaculate. Comfy beds, cosy lounge and well equipped kitchen. A lovely place to come back to after a wet walk in Wales!! Only downside is the tricky drive to get out off- hard to see oncoming traffic. Highly recommend a stay here.

  3. Jeff Fieldsend says:

    A fantastic farm house, set on the outskirts of Betws-Y-Coed, looking down the Lledr Valley, and Gwydir forest. Stunning wooden decked terrace balcony views, the sound of the Conwy river below. The traffic on the A5 is not intrusive, and the morning clouds that roll in across the valey and Gwydir forest is beautiful to watch with a cup of tea, sat on the decked terrace. Betws is a short drive away (don’t walk as the path runs out and the cars go at a lick). Internally the cottage has been renovated to a very high standard indeed. Three large bedrooms (two with very well equipped ensuites), lovely comfy lazy-boy style sofa in the lounge, and a blended approach to the internals that combines old and new sensitively. A clear dragon theme throughout, and a weathervane outside, with large (mainly sloped) gardens – and sheep that regularly graze fields on two sides of the property. A lovely walk down to the Fairy Glen from the farm house – and walks in Gwydir in easy distance by car (and of course Swallow Falls). Access to Zip worlds at Blaneau and Bethesda within 20 mins by car, and acces to the local Zip world forest on the doorstep. Parking in Betws is at a premium so get out early but its a good start point for walks.

    Recommendations: some guidance on running a bath for guests. The old boiler can’t handle a full hot water flow demand and so you need to have the hot tap on a half turn at best – it’s worth the wait but it’s a long one!

    Well done to the owners for the restoration work. An immaculate setting in and out. Finally the standard of cleanliness was to a very high level.

  4. Heather says:

    Really clean and well designed cottage. Well located for activities including Snowdon, zip safari, and surfing at Adventure Parc Snowdonia, and for castles, gardens and NT properties. Betws Y Coed has lots of good restaurants, Olif, the Grill, the Bistro and of course Hangin Pizza.

  5. Patricia says:

    Lovely homely, warm cottage. Modern, clean and well equipped. Peaceful location with easy access to local attractions. Lots of helpful leaflets in the cottage re attractions. Would definitely recommend a holiday here.

  6. Denise Brown says:

    Can’t recommend the cottage enough. Beautifully equipped with a ‘home from home’ feel. Amazing views from the large terrace and close proximity to lots of things to do. We tended to drive into Betws-y-Coed (1.5m) as unfortunately the pavement runs out past the bus stop (200m) and the A5 is quite busy. There is a footpath behind the cottage but we didn’t want to do this in the dark. Don’t let this put you off though as there was always plenty of parking in town. The cottage had a major refit 3 years ago and is in tip top condition.

  7. Gerda van Doorn says:

    Fantastic cottage, well equipped.
    Nice view of the valley. Good location for trips all over Snowdonia.

  8. Eirian says:

    Lovely location, ideal for exploring into Snowdonia and up the Conwy valley to the coast. Spotlessly clean and well-equipped.

  9. Claire says:

    Lovely peaceful house..
    Did not want to leave
    Really clean, well equipped
    Long drives out to places so definitely need a car but would love to go back sometime

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