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Tickets for Aber Falls Distillery at Large Holiday Cottages near Conwy

Published on 7 Feb 2020 by Gwion Llwyd

Book to stay at either of these two large holiday cottages near Conwy and you will receive tickets for Aber Falls Distillery. Two tickets for a tour around Aber Falls Whisky Distillery, one of only four in Wales. Ty-Ffynnon and Sycamore Cottage both sleep 8 and are situated by a lovely fishing lake. Offer valid for any booking for February and March 2020.

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

Four Bedroom Holiday Cottage With Hot Tub Near Conwy | TY-FFYNNON

Price £650 – £1290 / week

Sleeps 8 + Cot | Hot Tub | WiFi | Near 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.


Large Self Catering Holiday Home Near Conwy | SYCAMORE-COTTAGE

Price £750 – £1490 / week

Sleeps 8+cot| WiFi

Sycamore-Cottage is a large self catering holiday home near Conwy in North Wales. This spacious and modern 4 bedroom cottage provides luxurious accommodation for up to 8 guests on the northern tip of the Snowdonia National Park.

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