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Holiday Diary - Luxury Holiday Apartment near Betws-y-Coed

“Enjoyed our stay in your beautiful appartment, very comfortable and a lovely setting. Found some lovely walks and enjoyed our visit around the old town of Conwy. Good food at the Olde Shippe Inn and great sausages and steaks from the local butchers.” – Stuart and Janet, Cumbria During our first day we went to visit Conwy as we were staying so close to it. We hadn’t been to this area before so we weren’t quite sure what to expect, having only seen a few pictures of the castle and the surrounding area but it was a pleasant experience. I have to admit though, Britain’s Smallest House, on the waterfront did tempt us to visit first. As my wife put it, ‘it was very adorable’. The castle was even better if you love historical and heritage attractions like we do. We discovered that it constructed by the English monarch Edward I around 1283 as one of…

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New Property

We’re very proud to add a new fantastic property to our website. Capel-Maentwrog is a converted 19th Century Calvinistic church. We can actually add the byline ‘as featured on tv’ to this. A welsh version of Grand Designs showed the property but it was only aired on S4C so you might have missed it if you’re on the wrong side of Offa’s Dyke. The Chapel has been converted into a 4 bedroom luxury holiday home. Complete with marble bathrooms and polished slate floors. Considering the luxurious interior and the great location, the price, especially during off peak times, is very reasonable. Have a look at let me know what you think. [Read more about this property..]

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