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Festive Treats Hamper At Cae-Uchaf And Cae-Isaf In December

Published on 3 Dec 2018 by Gwion Llwyd

Stay at either Cae-Uchaf or next door at Cae-Isaf in December for 7 nights and the owner will be leaving you a hamper of festive treats to enjoy. Cae-Isaf sleeps 4 + cot, Cae-Uchaf sleeps 2 + cot, both are located on a working farm situated in a quiet village near Conwy.

Luxury Holiday Cottage Near Surf Snowdonia | Cae-Uchaf

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Price From £43 / Night

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This luxury holiday cottage accommodation near Surf Snowdonia in Conwy is the perfect base from which to enjoy the numerous adventure activities that are so popular here in North Wales. This beautifully renovated barn is located on a working farm in a quiet village setting 15 minutes south of Conwy.

Two Bedroom Family Holiday Cottage Near Conwy | Cae-Isaf

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Price From £57 / Night

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