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Four Bedroom Holiday Cottage With Hot Tub Near Conwy | Ty-Ffynnon

Hot TubNear Pub

Ty-Ffynnon is a four bedroom holiday cottage with hot tub near Conwy. Just a few miles from Conwy town itself, it is set by a lovely fishing lake, in a fantastic area with the backdrop of the Snowdonia mountains. A great place for a family holiday or getaway with friends in North Wales.

A detached house, the ground floor is open and spacious where you’ll find two sitting rooms and a large kitchen diner. The first sitting room can be accessed directly from the kitchen through french doors, making it light and sociable. This is where those who want to watch a film will migrate – it’s a great addition if you have kids in the mix! The second sitting room next door also with a tv is slightly smaller with more of a snug feel about it. It’s a great place to retire to for the evening with a glass of wine and a book or carry on chatting after dinner

The kitchen diner runs along the length of the house making it a large room with plenty of storage and all the amenities you will need and want while staying. Modern white units and a tiled floor, it looks sleek and clean. A modern style dresser and a traditional wooden farmhouse table and chairs adds character to the room. It’s a great place to get together for breakfast and dinner, enjoying the food you’ve whipped up while you relax on holiday.

One of the bathrooms is also situated down on the ground floor with a walk in shower, WC and washbasin.

There are four bedrooms on the first floor. All the bedrooms are a good size and all are light and airy. Carpeted throughout, there are two doubles and two twins. Needless to say there are great views from all windows. The furniture and soft furnishings have all been chosen to create calm and peaceful spaces - along with the fresh air, a good night's sleep will certainly be on the cards. The second bathroom with a bath, WC and washbasin is also located on this floor.

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Cottage Type
Hot Tub, Near Pub
Welcome Pack, Linen, Towels, Cot (cot-linen not provided), WiFi, High Chair, Central Heating
Hob, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer (not icebox), Dishwasher, Washing Machine, Iron and ironing board, TV, Mobile phone reception
Off street parking, BBQ, Bike Storage, Private Garden
Additional Information
No Pets
BBQ is available on request (for a returnable deposit).
Cottage not suitable for disabled guests.

The hot tub may not be ready for use on the first night due to back to back changeovers.

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The cottage itself is set in the grounds of a well established and renowned trout fishery. One of two detached cottages located on the estate, both offering a stunning location with the added benefit of being close to the A55 which gives you great access to everything North Wales has to offer.

The cottage itself comes with its own private patio with bbq and a hot tub - the views from the hot tub allow you to see the Menai Straits and The Great Orme - a truly unique and magical experience. There is lots of room outside to be enjoyed with beautiful manicured lawns where the grass all around is lush nad green. The fishery is a 3 minute walk from the cottage and so if this is something you want to try out, then it is the perfect place to give it a go.

In terms of the activities in the surrounding area, you'll be hard pushed to fit them all in!

Conwy is a 10 minute drive and where you'll find the castle and a beautiful old market town. The smallest house in the UK is also located here. Slightly further along the A5 will bring you to Llandudno where you'll find the Great Orme, the Pier, the cable car and of course a fantastic Victorian seaside town with all the trappings a seaside town should have - lots of colour and ice cream!

20 minutes along the A5 towards the west will bring you to Bangor where you have access to Anglesey which is a great place to explore, especially Newborough Forest. Just outside Bangor is where you will find Zip World which is on many peoples bucket lists.

Heading into the mountains, you are only 15 minutes from Betws Y Coed which is home to the Swallow Falls. The town itself is a lovely place to go and spend the day with lots to see and do along with great outdoor clothing and gift shops and plenty of cafes and restaurants.

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

Debi sharkie

Fantastic cottage and location! Debbie and James are amazing hosts and give a really warm welcome. We would highly recommend Ty Fynnon and would definitely return.

Janice Rendel

We had a fantastic time at Ty-Ffynnon. Lovely comfortable cottage and the hot tub was fabulous.
We hope to return. Thank you.

August 2, 2020

We had a lovely week at Tyffynnon. It is set in beautiful surroundings. Although lockdown was still operating in lots of places, we managed to get about. It’s great for accessing many of the tourist attractions. Particularly easy for the Zip world sites (which were open).The local store is pretty good. We had a couple of takeaways, chips and Chinese which were good. We were able to cook for ourselves on other occasions.Lots of local beaches with plenty of space to self distance. Our hosts Debbie and James were really pleasant and most helpful. We may return and would definitely recommend.

Nichola Bow
March 18, 2020

We had a fabulous holiday. Thank you Debbie and James. Ty ffynnon is spacious, warm and comfortable in a beautiful setting with gorgeous views. We enjoyed the hot tub with views and the jacuzzi bath. The surrounding area has plenty to see and do and even the weather was great for the time of year.

Wendy Perkins
June 9, 2019

Had a very enjoyable stay. House was immaculate and very comfortable.
Thank you

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