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Stylish Two Bedroom Holiday Cottage Near Betws y Coed | Neuadd-Dolwyddelan

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Dog FriendlyNear PubReal Fire
Betws-Y-Coed
 
 

This stylish two bedroom, Grade II listed, holiday cottage near Betws y Coed comes with a pretty garden terrace and big mountain views. A peaceful village location in the heart of North Wales, there is plenty to do right on the doorstep.

The Grade II listed cottage is in the mountain village of Dolwyddelan, in the beautiful Lledr Valley. It is a totally unspoiled part of Eryri (Snowdonia), surrounded by the magnificent Gwydir Forest and beautiful off-the-beaten track walks. Moel Siabod, the big daddy of the Moelwynion mountain range, sits high above the town.

Some of Eryri’s most popular tourist attractions including Zip World, Bounce Below, Llechwedd Slate Caverns and the Ffestiniog steam railway, are just a short drive away. There are a couple of pubs and a village store a short walk from the front door.

The cottage is Grade II listed and dates back to the 16th century. Bright, characterful and welcoming, it sits at the end of a quiet lane in the centre of the village. It has two double bedrooms, both ensuite, and sleeps up to four guests.

Downstairs, there is a cosy sitting room with beamed ceiling, inglenook fireplace and woodburning stove. There are a couple of comfortable leather sofas and an armchair, and a good supply of logs. It is a lovely relaxing space.

The kitchen diner is a very decent size with plenty of room for chef as well as a four-seater dining table. It is well kitted out with all the utensils and appliances you would expect, including microwave, toaster and dishwasher. There is a separate utility room for laundry.

Upstairs in this stylish two bedroom holiday cottage near Betws y Coed there are two double bedrooms, each with its own ensuite shower room. The bedrooms are both a very decent size and immaculately presented.

Outside, to the rear of the cottage, there is a decked terrace and private south-west facing courtyard garden. This delightful space comes with dining furniture, large box planters and a fire pit. There are fantastic views of Moel Siabod by day, and big starry skies to contemplate by night.

The cottage is approached by a private drive, and there is off-road parking for two cars.

 
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Facilities

Cottage Type
Dog Friendly, Near Pub, Real Fire
Essentials
Welcome Pack, Linen, Towels, Cot (cot-linen not provided), WiFi, High Chair, Central Heating
Inside
1 Pet, Hob, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Dishwasher, Washing Machine, Iron and ironing board, TV, Toys/ Games/ Books, Mobile phone reception
Outside
Enclosed garden, Off street parking, BBQ, Bike Storage, Private Garden
Additional Information
Fire bowl in garden doubles up as BBQ,

1 small/ medium dog.


 
 

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Location

 

The Grade II listed cottage is in the mountain village of Dolwyddelan, in the beautiful Lledr Valley. It is a totally unspoiled part of Eryri, surrounded by the magnificent Gwydir Forest and beautiful off-the-beaten track walks.

Whatever the season, the landscapes in this part of the world are strikingly beautiful. There are countless quiet walks from the cottage. One of our favourites is along the ‘hidden valley’ which takes in forest tracks, waterfalls, tumbling streams and even an ancient burial chamber.

Step a little further afield to explore some of Eryri’s best peaks including Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon), Moel Siabod, Moel Penamen, Carnedd Cribau and Y Pincin to name but a few. The UK’s National Outdoor Centre, Plas-y-Brenin, is a 20 minute drive away. The centre offers expert tuition in climbing, hiking, rafting, kayaking and mountain biking.

Eryri is the adventure capital of Europe, and some of the region’s most popular attractions – including Zip World, Bounce Below, Llechwedd Slate Caverns and Antur Stiniog downhill mountain biking – are around 5 minutes drive from the cottage, in Blaenau Ffestiniog.

Porthmadog, Portmeirion, and Criccieth, the gateway to the Llyn Peninsula, are a very pleasant short drive (around 30 minutes) away. At Porthmadog you can board the Welsh Highland and Ffestiniog heritage railways to explore the region by steam. There are lots of shops to explore here, as well as very decent ice cream, fish and chips.

Head just a few miles east of Dolwyddelan – around 15 minutes by car – to get to Betws y Coed. This popular Eryri town is a thriving community, packed full of cafés, shops, and nice places to eat. There are some lovely circular walks around the town.

Head a little further down the Conwy Valley from this stylish two bedroom holiday cottage near Betws y Coed to explore Zip World Fforest, Bodnant Gardens, Conwy Castle and Llandudno.

Dolwyddelan’s location on a strategic mountain pass heading into the wilds of Eryri means it has plenty of history. When you visit, do make time to look around the village’s 13th century castle, and find out why it played such a pivotal role in Welsh history.


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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4
Max Children:
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Max Infants:
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Maximum number of adults and children is 4
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Guest Reviews

 
Monika
 
 

For us, staying in Dolwyddelan was like vacationing on a movie set. The cottage was very clean, comfortable and well equipped. The communication with the owner very easy and good. We have enjoyed our stay.

Michael Butler
 
15/7/23
 

Comfortable cottage in a nice peaceful location. Made a great base for walking in the area including good options from the door. Outdoor area was great for relaxing in the afternoon sun after an energetic day.

Cathryn Sims
 
 

A wonderful cottage which has everything you need for a great week away in this magnificent part of the world. We are so lucky to live in fantastic country. The cottage is perfectly situated to explore what Snowdonia has to offer eg. Zip Forest, Greenwood Family Park, Conwy, Beaumaris etc all within 55mins of the village. Diolch yn fawr iawn Helen.

Amanda and John
 
 

Lovely cottage in a delightful village. Very peaceful and tranquil. Conveniently situated to explore North Wales.

Jo Lindridge
 
 

Lovely well equipped cottage in quiet village with nice secluded garden. Everything was very clean and well looked after. Well situated for good walks in Snowdonia. I would definitely recommend this cottage.

Sarah-Jane Swift
 
 

Lovely cottage in a village 10 minutes from the bustle of Betws- y -Coed.
A great base to visit Snowdonia , North Wales and Anglesey.
If you don’t want to drive anywhere, there are pretty walks from your front door and a pub and Spar shop just 100 m up the road.
There’s a lovely secure garden in which to relax after a day exploring and the owner has equipped the cottage with everything you need for a self catering holiday.
We loved it!

Tracy Bateup
 
 

Thoroughly recommend a visit to this wonderful pretty and cozy cottage. Very well equipped with a lovely log burner and safe enclosed garden for our dog. Fantastic location with lots to do in the surrounding area with beautiful walks on the doorstep. We will definitely be returning.

Dena
 
 

Very comfortable and stylish cottage in a beautiful location . It was our first trip to North Wales and the cottage was centrally situated for exploring the region as well walks available from doorstep. We loved our evenings in front of the log burner, and when the weather was kinder sitting in the garden with a drink discussing plans for the next day.

Joanne Foster
 
 

A well equipped cosy cottage in a quiet village . A good base to explore North Wales. We were made very welcome by Helen and also had an enjoyable evening in the local pub.
The garden was secure which was a bonus for our dog .
Would definitely recommend

Christopher Coningsby
 
 

Lovely clean cottage in a quiet part of the village with a enclosure garden for our dog which also got afternoon and evening sunshine.
There were some lovely walks from the door but If the weather was not so good in the mountains it was handy having a main road run through part of the village so there was easy access to the coast where the sun may be Shining.
It was nice to come back after a day out to a lovely cosy cottage.
There is a spar, pub, and a small hotel which is open to non residents in the village.

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