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Beautiful Barn Getaway for Two in Betws-y-Coed | Bwthyn-Glandwr

Near PubEV Charger

Located deep in the Conwy Valley and surrounded by beautiful landscapes and lush forests, Bwthyn Glandwr is a beautiful barn getaway for two in Betws-y-Coed. Situated at the gateway to the Eryri National Park (Snowdonia), this beautiful cottage is housed on a stylish lodge park less than ten minutes’ walk to the heart of the village.

A pathway leads to the front door of this former miners cottage, leading directly into the ground floor open plan living space. The stone cottage has been lovingly renovated to create bright and modern interiors while retaining the charm of the historical building. The door opens into a cosy dining area leading to the kitchen space with underfloor heating under the tiledd floor. An oak dining table with two high back leather chairs is the perfect spot for breakfast or dinner, cooked in the spacious and well equipped kitchen. Gorgeous light grey kitchen units are located in an L shape with built-in appliances along with an electric oven, gas hob and a handy wine fridge and combined washer/dryer. It's a lovely kitchen for guests wishing to self-cater. To the other side of the cottage, an inviting lounge area features a brown leather sofa and fabric armchair, located around a coffee table with an electric log burner on a hearth in the corner of the room. Its the perfect room to settle down for an evening with a glass of something cold, catching up with a box set on the wall-mounted Smart TV.

An oak staircase to the centre of the cottage leads to the beautiful bedroom of this beautiful barn getaway for two in Betws-y-Coed. With a king size bed flanked by stylish white bedroom furniture, a patterned blanket on the bed and chequered blinds are finished in earthy tones. The adjacent bathroom is beautifully decorated and stylish with a freestanding roll top Victorian bath, alongside a walk in shower, WC and basin. With slate flooring and grey wood panelling to the walls, this beautiful bathroom is a great space for a relaxing soak in the evening after a day exploring the stunning surrounding area.

Bwthyn Glandwr also features a private outdoor space, by way of a slate patio area to the rear of the property surrounded by a low level stone wall. With a cast iron furniture set and rattan lounge furniture, it's the perfect spot for al fresco dining while gazing out at the beautiful landscapes all around.

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Cottage Type
Near Pub, EV Charger
Welcome Pack, Linen, Towels, WiFi, Central Heating, Smoke detector, Carbon monoxide detector, Fire extinguisher or blanket
No Pets, Hob, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer (not icebox), Dishwasher, Washing Machine, Tumble Dryer, Iron and ironing board, TV, Smart TV, Mobile phone reception
Enclosed garden, Off street parking, Private Garden
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You couldn't ask for a better base to explore Eryri than Betws-y-Coed. This pretty mountain village, known as the gateway to Snowdonia, is a thriving hub for visitors to the area, packed full of outdoor and gift shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs. With all of this at only ten minutes’ walk from your beautiful barn getaway for two in Betws-y-Coed, there are plenty of options to explore on foot without even getting in the car. From Betws-y-Coed, a number of walks either follow the river that runs through the heart of the village, or that venture into the surrounding pine forests. With natural beauty spots such as Gwydir Forest Park and Llyn Elsi on the doorstep, throw on your hiking boots or get on your mountain bike and explore. It's just over a mile and a half from Bwthyn Glandwr to the spectacular Swallow Falls, or Rhaeadr Ewynnol - one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Wales.

For thrill seekers, there are a number of nearby activities to set the pulses racing. Zip World Fforest, across the river from Betws is home to Fforest Coaster and a number of other thrilling attractions. Whizz through the forest at 25mph on a toboggan with high speed twists and turns, or test your mettle by standing on a trapdoor 100 feet above the ground for a freefall drop on Plummet. For underground adventures, the nearby Go Below offers caving adventures including via ferrata, zip lines and more deep in the cavers below Eryri.

Heading deeper into the national park, all the main hotspots are within a thirty minute drive, or if you’re looking for quieter hikes away from the crowds then the Carneddau mountain range offers some fabulous walks with wonderful views of the surrounding landscapes, stretching as far as the North Wales coast. Whatever your plans, this fabulous cottage is the ideal spot to soak up the beautiful surroundings of the area.

Here's a link for more information on the local area that you might find useful:
Things to do in Betws Y Coed

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