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Tranquil cottage with stunning views | Ffrith-Bach

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A bright and eclectic property, set in a beautiful countryside location near the North Wales coast, Ffrith-Bach is a tranquil cottage with stunning views. With three bedrooms, sleeping seven people in total, it is a prime spot for exploring the coastline and mountains while enjoying a secluded Welsh break. Accessed via a private driveway, the cottage features plenty of outdoor space to be enjoyed.

It's not often you'll come across a cottage packed full of original character, but stamped with the unique tastes of the owners. A kaleidoscope of bright colours adorn the walls and furnishings, with each space having its own unique and tasteful style and theme. Passing through the main entrance porch, a solid wooden door opens into the open plan kitchen diner with bright yellow striped walls, decorated with artwork and prints depicting local scenes. Beautiful wood flooring is laid throughout the space and the dining area features a dining table with floral cloth that comfortably seats six, with additional side chairs available.

A large stainless steel fridge freezer is located within the dining space, with a butchers block style island separating the dining room from the main kitchen. With shaker style kitchen units finished in grey with wooden worktops, the kitchen features a microwave, toaster, kettle and pod style coffee machine. With plenty of countertop and cupboard space, this is a wonderful and bright social room to gather together for meals. A second door from the kitchen leads to a ground floor shower room and a back door heading out to the garden.

Completing the ground floor layout, a stunning lounge is located to the rear of the property. Decorated in warm orange tones, the lounge feels rustic and cosy with comfy furniture and lovely soft furnishing. A soft brown leather sofa and two armchairs face an inviting log burner on the back wall, sitting on a slate hearth. With a basket full of logs, it's the perfect room to settle down and relax of an evening, whether to catch up with a glass of wine or to watch a movie or TV show on the wall mounted Smart TV. Bright and abstract prints adorn the walls and the cushions and scattered throws are a riot of colour.

Heading up the stairs from the dining room, the first floor of this tranquil cottage with stunning views features three good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. The larger of the three rooms is ideal for guests with a small child. Two single beds sit side by side forming a double, and a metal framed cabin style bed is located to the opposite wall, ideal to keep an eye on the little one. The muted plum coloured walls contrast with the bright orange of the bedheads and the blue pattered bedding. A traditional antique chest of drawers with mirror adds charm and character. The second bedroom, a double finished in a bright blue has something of a nautical feel, includes a divan double bed with red and white striped headboard and floral bedding. Bedside tables sits either side of the bed with striped table lamps and a chest of drawers is located on the opposite wall.

The final bedroom is a smaller double with brightly painted red walls. A white metal framed double bed features space saving lamps that clip to the frame. Once again, the contrasts of colour in the room are evident, with a number of different colour palettes and patterns across the soft furnishings. Completing the layout of Ffrith-Bach, a family bathroom includes a bath with hand held shower head, basin with storage under and a WC. In keeping with rest of the property, the checkerboard black and white flooring has impact, as do the very bright green painted walls. This well maintained property is certainly a feast for the eyes.

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Cottage Type
Dog Friendly
Real Fire
Welcome Pack
Cot (cot-linen not provided)
High Chair
Central Heating
Smoke detector
Carbon monoxide detector
First Aid kit
Fire extinguisher or blanket
Bag of Logs
2 Pets
Freezer (not icebox)
Washing Machine
Tumble Dryer
Iron and ironing board
Smart TV
Toys/ Games/ Books
Mobile phone reception
Champagne Flutes
Cooking Basics
Wine Glasses
Dining Table
Tea Towels
Dishwasher Tablets
Oven Gloves
Clothes Drying Rack
Cleaning Products
Body soap/Shower gel
Private Garden
Enclosed garden
Off street parking
Bike Storage
Additional Information
No Hen or Stag groups

** Dogs are not allowed upstairs **

Floor Plans




The rural location in the hills behind the seaside town of Colwyn Bay offer peace and privacy, without being too far from the attractions the area has to offer. The garden of the property includes a lawn surrounding the whole cottage, with a stepping stone pathway leading to a firepit and barbeque area. Slate chippings line the floor, and a brick built barbeque sits next to a fire pit area surrounded by logs for seating. It's cute and rustic, but there are additional outdoor chairs available for added comfort. Summer evenings in this perfect setting, with a fire crackling and tasty barbeque food cooking nearby, are blissful. Th nearest pub is about a ten minute drive for a local meal out.

It's a only a fifteen minute drive to the coast and the beautiful sandy beach at Colwyn Bay. With a beach and promenade stretching over two miles, a combined cycle and walking track along the promenade provides a scenic stroll along the Wales Coast Path towards the harbour village of Rhos-on-Sea. This popular village is a lively hub with cafes and restaurants to stop off, before the walk back to Porth Eirias where you can relax with a refreshing drink or a fabulous seafood meal. Further along the coast, the Queen of Victorian Resorts, Llandudno features Wales' longest pier sitting in the shadow of the Great Orme - a granite headland jutting out into the sea. Take the cable car or Tramway to the summit, and keep an eye out for the famous Llandudno Kashmiri goats, if you can take your eyes off the fabulous vistas.

Another must visit local destination is the medieval town of Conwy, less than thirty minutes away from the your tranquil cottage with stunning views. With a thirteenth century castle built by Edward I, take a walk around the almost complete walls that surround the town, before wandering along the quay and picking up some famous Conwy Mussels. From Conwy, head inland through the scenic Conwy Valley passing popular hotspots such as Bodnant Garden before arriving at Betws-y-Coed, the gateway to Eryri National Park, where the scenery gets really dramatic. This area of North Wales, from coast to mountains, offers popular tourist attractions as well as acres of open countryside to explore at your leisure.

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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Guest Reviews

Deborah Smith

We came here for a mini break after our wedding with our 3 children my daughter aged 4 has asd and we were worried about taking her on holiday but she absolutely loved it 😊 which is a big deal it was a beautiful cottage and lovely surroundings everything we needed was there and even a bottle of wine waiting for us absolutely highly recommend ffrith bach thankyou for a wonderful stay x


We had a lovely stay here over the Easter bank holiday. It is so peaceful and a joy to wake up to the sounds of birds. The cottage is super cosy with a lovely wood burner. The fire pit outside is an added bonus, the children especially enjoyed toasting marshmallows. Ffrith Bach is a great base for exploring south wales, so many different places to visit literally on your doorstep. Thanks so much, we will return!

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