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Self Catering Barn Conversion in the Conwy Valley | Conwy-Barn

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Dog FriendlyNear PubReal Fire
Conwy
 
 

This one bedroom self catering barn conversion in the Conwy Valley 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 made 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. Large comfortable sofas sit on a gently heated slate floor. A central log fire provides the perfect focus point for the room whilst the obligatory digital TV sits more subtly off to one side.

At the other end of the room some beautiful hand made oak units house modern kitchen appliances. These in turn are topped with a luxurious marble worktop complete with inset sink. A round mahogany dining table and country 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 with views of the surrounding countryside is decorated with flowers freshly picked from the garden. A handsome oak bed is accompanied by matching oak side tables and expensive Jim Lawrence wall lights.

The adjoining bathroom also houses a top of the range Mira shower in a wonderful wood enclosure. An elegant oval washbasin sits on a marble shelf under a simple 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, mature flowerbeds, a more formal parterre section and last but not least, a very exiting vegetable patch.

 
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Facilities

Cottage Type
Dog Friendly, Near Pub, Real Fire
Essentials
Welcome Pack, Linen, Towels, WiFi, Central Heating
Inside
1 Pet, Hob, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer (not icebox), Dishwasher, Washing Machine, Tumble Dryer, Iron and ironing board, TV
Outside
Enclosed garden, Off street parking, BBQ, Bike Storage, Private Garden
Additional Information
Underfloor heating
Enclosed Courtyard
Board Games
 
 
 

Location

 

A lovely village pub only a short walk from the barn and the village itself has won many ‘tidiest village awards’. You will find a post office and general store in next village Tal y Bont and Bodnant Farm shop in Tal y Cafn. 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 strolling 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 center 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.

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

 
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Maximum number of adults and children is 2
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Guest Reviews

 
John and David
 
 

A beautiful detached property in the village of Rosen within a10 minutes drive of Conwy. We have used Dioni for our last three Welsh holidays and yet again we were not disappointed. The property was of the highest standard and we were welcomed with a homemade bara brith cake which was delicious! Plenty of lovely walks in the area and the scenery of Snowdonia is wonderful. There was a nice secure courtyard we could take our dog in. Loved the little extras that set this place above the norm , such as the fresh roses in the dining area and even a little fresh flower bouquet in the bedroom. Beautiful shower and a comfy bed….. would definitely recommend this property.

Valerie Wellings
 
 

What a little slice of heaven this place is, from the minute you pull up the drive you feel yourself relaxing.
Fantastic location and perfect for getting to so many lovely places to visit.
Everything about this place is perfect, the attention to detail on making sure you have everything you could need for your stay is fantastic.
Would highly recommend to anyone looking for a beautiful place to stay.

Linda Dunn
 
 

We had a wonderful holiday in the beautiful Conwy-Barn. Very calm and relaxing in a countryside setting.
Everything you will need in a cottage/barn is there, it is of a high quality and in a quiet beautiful part of Wales situated in Rowen Village, Conwy.
With under floor heating and a wood burner we were warm and toasty.
The barn has features of natural wood throughout and the spec is very high in every room.
The king size bed and bedding is so comfortable, I don’t sleep very well however I have had the best nights sleep in years.

It was also lovely to watch the birds whilst sitting inside relaxing with a coffee, loved watching them on the well established trees and shrubs.
There is an outside seating area too and a courtyard from the cottage which has out door seating which would be brilliant in warmer weather.
A short walk along the lane leads to a food gem of a pub. All food served is fresh products and cooked to order.
The cottage is not far from Conwy, Llandudno, Abergele, etc.so you have the country feel but are still not far from the sea, towns and spectacular scenery .
A local supermarket Asda is about 15 minutes away by car.
Frank and Linda very kindly left a gift of fresh milk, welsh butter and a home made fruit loaf which was delicious.
One of them also was always aound if needed or could be contactedby phone.
Conwy- Barn is a really special gem set in the beautiful Welsh countryside. Loved it.

Andy Connop
 
 

Just had a week at The Barn at Rowen, had a lovely week and was very fortunate with the weather. The Barn is very good and to a very high standard, the hosts Frank and Jane very nice and always there should you need them.
The welcome touches were very much appreciated and you want for nothing.
The area which was new to us we really liked, there is pub 100 yards away, not always open but it’s ok, Conwy is about 4 miles away and is a lovely town, other places we visited were Llandudno, Rhos on Sea, Colwyn Bay, The great Orme all a short journey from the cottage.
Places to eat that we thought were ok, The Groes hotel on the main road where you turn to go to Rowen and the Erskin Arms in Conwy both good pub food.Would definitely recommend a stay here & will definitely return.

Kay Breen
 
 

A wonderful stay in a lovely, lovely barn! It has absolutely everything (and more) that you need and we felt at home from the moment we stepped in. Frank and Jane are attentive hosts who are always on hand. Home made currant cake on arrival was greatly appreciated and delicious. Highly recommended.

Kevin Poulton
 
 

We all had a fantastic stay at Conwy Barn. John and Jane made us all very welcome on arrival, the barn was exceptionally clean and the facilities outstanding.

Mary Coxon
 
 

A pleasure to stay in this property, beautifully furnished, everything provided top quality and spotlessly clean. So many things to see and do within an easy drive. Helpful owners on hand if needed. Highly recommended.

Corinna Jay
 
22/7/23
 

We were delighted with the Conwy Barn and received a very warm welcome from our hosts. The barn is very well equipped and everything provided was of excellent quality. The property is peaceful but only a very short walk from a friendly pub that serves good food. We very much enjoyed our holiday and hope to return soon.

Jo Small
 
5/7/23
 

Our stay was perfect from start to finish. Frank and Jane were great hosts and nothing seemed to be too much trouble. The barn was beautiful and in a great location surrounded by lovely countryside, close to the local pub which did nice food and not too far from Conway and Colwyn Bay. We would definitely like to stay again and would recommend to others.

Michelle
 
29/5/23
 

Fantastic stay, just not enough time. We booked for two nights and would have loved to have stayed for the week. We will know next time. The barn is set up like home from home and the welcome pack enables you to have a brew and settle straight in. Frank was on hand if we needed him, he even gave us an heads up as to which road to avoid as we were travelling on a bank holiday weekend.
I do agree with a previous review with regard to dogs, I can agree with not letting them on the furniture or bed but dogs like their human contact and in unusual surrounding need that reassurance as we do. This would not detract from coming again though because we had a lovely stay, area brilliant, local pub friendly and great walks. Thank you

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