Type: Internet | WiFi, Near Pub
This one bedroom self catering barn conversion in the Conwy is in an idyllic village location with country walks and a village pub right on your doorstep.
The use of natural materials and local skilled craftsmen has resulted in a renovation that is both sympathetic and imaginative. A beautifully painted hand crafted ledge and brace panelled door leads you into the large open plan living area. High vaulted ceilings are supported by impressive welsh green oak king trusses. Two comfortable sofas sit on a gently heated slate floor. A wood burning Aga stove provides the perfect focus point for the room whilst the obligatory digital TV sits more subtly off to one side.
..idyllic village location..
..high vaulted ceilings..
..modern kitchen appliances..
At the other end of the room some beautiful hand crafted bespoke oak units conceal modern kitchen appliances. These in turn are topped with a luxurious granite worktop complete with inset sink. A round antique dining table and comfortable leather cushioned dining chairs completes this most romantic of spaces.
From here we walk through into the bedroom. The use of natural materials combined with an elegant choice of colours is continued. A single window provides views of the surrounding countryside. A handsome oak bed is accompanied by matching oak side tables and iron Jim Lawrence wall lights.
The adjoining bathroom houses a top of the range Mira shower in a wonderful wood enclosure. An elegant oval washbasin sits on a granite shelf under a simple wall mounted chrome mixer tap.
Visitors to the cottage have their own private courtyard area but guests are also very much encouraged to make use of the adjoining shared garden. A labour of love for owners Frank and Jane, the garden includes a large lawned area surrounded by mature flowerbeds, a more formal parterre section and last but not least, a vegetable patch and greenhouse.
Pets 1 Max (£30 per pet)
Bed Linen Provided
Cot and High Chair n/a
A lovely village pub serving excellent pub meals is only a short walk from the barn. Walkers and mountain bikers have lots of opportunities with routes heading up the Carneddau mountains as well as less strenuous paths along the river accessible direct from the doorstep.
Jump in the car and within 10 minutes guests can be exploring the streets of the medieval walled town of Conwy. Or if in the summer you may prefer to stroll along the promenade of the ever-popular seaside town of Llandudno.
Llanberis and the slopes of Snowdon are about 15 minutes to the southwest and along the way you’ll past the longest zip line in the world at Bethesda and the world-renowned Plas Menai National Watersports Centre near Caernarfon. On the way back home, you if you had some energy left, you might like to do some mountain biking on the Marian Trail in Betws Y Coed or perhaps spend a more relaxed afternoon strolling the magnificent grounds at Bodnant Gardens.
Prices and Availability
Prices and Availability
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