Pet Friendly Cottages In Snowdonia To Rent
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- suegalesid, January 2016 - verified booking
"This is one of the nicest cottages we have ever stayed in. This was our second stay here for 2 weeks this time. Our two tiny terriers stay with us. As soon as you walk in you feel relaxed, the welcome tray is full of goodies & dog treats plus milk, there is also a basket of wood & things to make your first nights fire with. Situated up the end of a quiet dead end lane, there is no traffic! It is so peaceful. You are literally on the Carnedds, with so many walks from the door you don't have to use your car for as long as your stay is. Plenty of parking for two cars. There are fantastic walks up to Carnedd Llewelyn with stunning views across to the Glyderau & Tryfan, Snowdon peeks through the range. The cottage is decorated beautifully & has a high standard for cleanliness, it is warm & very comfortable, it had everything we needed for a two week stay. The wood burner is efficient and packs out the heat. The bath with a shower is a great place to unwind after a day's hiking plus the underfloor heating is great for those cold days. The balcony is fabulous, a sun trap with great views of the mountains, super sunsets and when we were up there; sitting out on the wooden bench at 4am with a hot toddy watching the moon eclipse. The garden to the back has been left semi wild which we prefer because it attracts so much wildlife & all sorts of birds, to the side there is a walled in lawn and a very useful washing line, The walk into town is down a steep hill with lots of different ways to go & takes us about 15 minutes to the Indian we use, our walk back up takes about 30-40 mins, but we aren't in a hurry and have hiked most of the day. When we are tired we just drive, lots of free parking in town. Bethesda has everything you need , pubs, food shops , takeaways, cafes. Zip world is only down the hill , it's an amazing experience & on the tour up the quarry ( and its high) you can see S5933 and the mountains behind the cottage. In the car, ten minutes up the road is another hiking area; lake Idwal, Glyderau, Tryfan, such a stunning area for easy or hard walks, or just sit and watch climbers climb these huge slabs of rock. The cottage is superb and set in a fantastic area, you cannot get better than this!"
- Aran88, March 2016 - verified booking
"We stayed in Cae Glas for Easter, there were 4 adults and 2 dogs. Although the cottage is only 2 bedrooms, it is large, light and airy. The two living rooms have high ceilings and are spacious. The kitchen is south (ish) facing and gets the sunlight in the morning. It is also large enough for 4 adults to sit comfortably whilst a meal is being prepared. Having the log stove in the kitchen really makes the kitchen a place to linger in the evening with a glass of wine. The livingroom has great windows so you can see the sea and the great orme in the distance, when we were there the gulf course just outside was inundated with rainbows. It is a view to just kick back and watch it change as the weather does. Location wise – it is easy to get to and get out to explore North Wales. It is also in walking distance to a great little pub which did excellent pub food and an Austrian restaurant (which we did not try) I would recommend this cottage to anyone."
- James C, March 2018 - verified booking
"Booked this cottage for a long weekend in Snowdonia as it had the best price, especially given the location. The cottage is well maintained and has a cosy feel to it, there was even a tray of homemade cake and jams.The facilities are all modern, yet do not detract from the authentic decoration. There is a balcony that is sheltered and catches the sun as well as offering great views of the mountains, the perfect place for an evening drink! There is plenty of space for parking, although the same space is used for turning so be considerate when parking. We came with two cars and had no issues. Bethesda is only a short walk away. The location of this cottage is fantastic, with easy access to the mountains and towns of Snowdonia and North Wales. There are also plenty of options for a great days in the mountains straight from the front door. The owners are kind and helpful, and made the whole process (booking etc..) quick and easy."
- ChrisnLaura, March 2018 - verified booking
"My husband and I enjoyed a stay at S5933 for 6 nights, using it as a base for our visit to the nearby Zipworld attraction and our climb up Snowdon. The cottage is beautifully presented throughout and truly felt like a home away from home. Waiting on our arrival was homemade Bara Brith and preserves, which were absolutely delicious and such a lovely touch. The location is so peaceful, surrounded by sheep in the fields and yet only a mile from the centre of Bethesda where you can find shops and pubs. We experienced mixed weather during our stay and it made all the difference being able to cosy up in front of the woodburner after a full day exploring. The kitchen was well equipped for all our cooking needs and when the sun was shining, it was splendid to be able to sit out on the deck, taking in the views. We shall certainly be staying here again on our next trip to North Wales. Highly recommended!"
- Mr Waters, May 2018 - verified booking
"Nice cottage, clean and comfortable, but heating on weird timer, you could not change as cellotaped up and notice to say not to remove. Heating came on in sections, when needed, not on, when not needed it was ready for action. Also location was okay, on side of hill, but to get there was a nightmare. A labyrinth on roads in the village below, all on a 1 in 4 angle, with parked cars every where, once in, you never came out till the next day! Path down to cottage was very dodgy when wet loose slabs of slate that moved everywhere, not ideal for disabled entry. All in all a experience! XXX OWNER'S RESPONSE XXX Owner was disappointed to read your feedback and to hear that you were unhappy with certain aspects of your stay. The owner works very hard to provide a home from home stay with the experience of living in a quarrying/farming community in the Welsh mountains."