Holiday Cottages In Pentrefoelas To Rent
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Matthew - verified booking
"We had a wonderful two weeks in S22381. It's a beautiful converted stable (as the name may suggest!), which has been lovingly converted into a comfortable home from home on a working sheep and cattle farm. It's exceptionally spacious - lots of cupboards in the well-equipped kitchen, a nice big lounge with comfortable seating, comfortable beds in large bedrooms (the main bedroom with the four poster bed is enormous!), and a lovely bathroom with a fantastic shower.It's set in picturesque surroundings - rolling hills and green fields as far as the eye can see, but is exceptionally accessible, being just off the A5 a few miles from Betws-y-Coed and less than an hour from the coast.Our hosts Meilir and Awel were so friendly and welcoming, and were more than happy to recommend places for days out as well as showing us around the farm and taking time to explain what was happening on the farm. We were lucky enough to arrive as the sheep were being sheared, which was fascinating to watch, and Mei was also kind enough to let us watch while the sheep were branded, while their teeth were checked and while he was sorting them to take some to market and some to rough grazing for a few months, as well as talking us through his activities on the farm.The evenings were the best - beautiful sunsets, long walks along the farm tracks listening to the sheep baaing, the cattle lowing, the owls hooting and watching the bats darting around catching insects.We will return to S22381, and would happily recommend it to anyone!"
diane harker - verified booking
"we stayed here for our honeymoon! we set off late afternoon so as we were driving into wales it was pitch black! little did we know what we were driving through! we moved in by torch light and un packed! we decided we would order a pizza haha little chance of that as all the takeaways shut at 9.30pm so had to settle for champagne that the owners had left us, when we woke up the next morning i stuck my head out the sky window and nearly fell off the bed! the views were absolutly amazing!!! mountains and fantastic scenery everywhere i looked. there is no where on this earth i would have rather woke up that morning. there is also a little train that runs past the cottage just 6 foot away from the door that toots its horn when it passes, it was like something you only read about in books! over the week we went down the slate mines, climbed snowdon, went to bangor, went to llandudno, climbed another mountain, this was my favourite, every corner we walked around gave us another fantastic view and there were ruins everywhere, old slate cottages still stand as though the people had just upped and left everything as it was, fireplaces still in tact etc, we couldnt believe what we were seeing, we will never forget our honeymoon and i would recomend this cottage without a doubt"
Mollymoss - verified booking
"The cottage was just what we wanted, a romantic hideaway for our wedding anniversary, very clean, everything we needed was there, they even found us an ice bucket for our bubbly! The owners were very friendly and helpful. The locals are friendly when you see them, which is not very often, which is nice if you want the privacy, which we did. Betws y Coed has the most fantastic places to eat, not cheap, but not over priced if you go to the right places. The owners and locals will recommend the best places, taxi service was great but make sure you get the local one from Betws Y Coed, they are great and very reasonable, there is only one firm based there. The other taxi firms are from further afield and charge extra for coming out to the village. All in all a fabulous weekend!!! The only quibble we had was the floorboards outside the bathroom were a bit flimsy and bouncy, but we just got used to stepping over them, and in the living area they have two very comfy chairs, we would have preferred a two seater sofa to snuggle up on, in front of the fabulous fireplace with log burner! Will definately stay again!!! Wonderful!!! Plenty of activities too with mountain bike trail just around the corner."
Geoff C - verified booking
"Two adults stayed for a week with our eleven and nine year old children plus the family dog - everybody had a fantastic week. The cottage was very comfortable, clean and well equipped with everything we needed for a great holiday. Permanent car parking was not available at the cottage (access only) but parking close by on the street presented no problems whatsoever. The cottage is a great base to explore the local hills and we found the abandoned slate mines fascinating. There are loads of small paths and by-ways which it was fun to explore. There are plenty of shops and eateries only a few minutes drive (or train ride!) away in Blaenau Ffestiniog. There is a pub approx 10 mins walk and a great cafe close to the power station, again a ten minute walk.This is also a great location for looking around North Wales - Harlech Castle only half an hour's car ride, we also had a day out on the train to Portmadog and passed within an arm's length of the cottage."
Alun - verified booking
"The cottage is ideally located for the numerous activities that Snowdonia has to offer. Being a short drive from the thriving village of Llanrwst, with many amenities such as shops, pubs and restaurants but also positioned in a rural setting is a great balance. The views from the property are stunning and the garden is a nice space to unwind or play games in. With a little more attention to detail this property could be simply perfect - some of the kitchen equipment is of poor quality and showing its age, a few cupboard doors have dropped and there are cracked floor tiles in the living area, kitchen and bathroom. However, this did not detract seriously from our experience of this property.We tend not to return to places a second time but this would not prevent us from recommending this property to others."