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Betws Y Coed Self Catering
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Valued Customer - verified booking
"The best feature of this house is it being completely detached and private with glorious views of the distant Snowdonia mountains.The large wood-burning fireplace dominates the living room, not a pleasant feature really, unless lit. The weather did warrant it at times, but the supplied lighter needed batteries and with just 3 logs, not really enough to bother with. The background heating was welcome for the mornings, with the use of an additional portable radiator. The window in the bathroom was impossible to close and let in a lot of cold air which had to be combated with having the fan-heater on quite a bit. We are not ones to watch TV very much, but saw no point in having a large flat-screen TV when there's no signal and no advice given about it in the guests' folder. Had someone called initially it could have perhaps been explained, but with a broken Sky changer and 2 others relevant to the make of TV, we considered it would have been better not to provide a TV set. Why have it listed in the cottage details? To be marooned indoors in inclement weather is a little miserable with the rather strange design of fairly elderly upholstered chairs, all (including the sofa) with no head-support.The cooking facility is good, with excellent-quality saucepans necessary for the ceramic hob and thankfully a spacious fridge-freezer. There is little space though in the kitchen area, the microwave having to be sited across the draining board. The separate work-bench for food preparation is a boon though.The outside space for children is good, and the weather-proof picnic table on the lawn, comfortable chairs are needed really though, as mentioned in a few visitors' comments as otherwise take the wooden chairs outside with a cushion- not ideal. The use of the Leisure Club was a real bonus, we all loved going nearly every day. We did have a walk each day, from the door and also one from a nearby village, also another in the Snowdon range."
Christopher R - verified booking
"We stayed at the Farmhouse as a base for a 4 day walking break in North Wales. It took a while to find the farmhouse based on the postcode but, with the help from a local shopkeeper, we managed to find it. The location is perfect, down a quiet side road and then down a short path through the beautiful gardens. The house is a very good size and there is a lot of character. The bedrooms were very comfortable and the bath/shower/toilet facilities were also sound. We most enjoyed the level of privacy and being able to sit in the gardens/walk down to the river/paddle and have a few quiet drinks as a family. The main thing which I would say is that some of the facilities either a) didn't work properly or b) did not have sufficient instructions/information. This included the cooker (3 hobs were virtually inoperable/not hot enough and there was no instruction booklet for the hob), the internet (kept cutting out), the TV in the kitchen (no sound at all despite trying to resolve it), the toaster (had an unusual way of working which took some time to work out - no instructions). There were also some basics lacking - no bin bags, no salt and pepper. There was, however, loads of crockery - plates, dishes, glasses etc. Having said the above, I would recommend the cottage and would stay there again now that I know what quirks there are."
Linda - verified booking
"A big, comfortable and quirky house for a large party. Our initial impression was that it would be a perfect setting for a murder mystery weekend. The ensuite arrangements are only for the unembarrassed as they afford very little privacy. The decor was a little tired and dark. Some of the accessories like the old pram in the hall, a dusty doll collection and family photos in the sitting room were a bit weird. There was very little in the way of cleaning products which I had to buy. A new sponge and cleaning cloths for each new party should be a minimum. The sponge was filthy and would cost pence to replace. There was only an AGA to cook with and had we been planning to cook large family meals it may have been daunting. Toast was good though. Bed linen good, towels not so.Location on the outskirts of Betws y Coed was convenient and attractive despite being above a busy junction. My adult son used the sauna and jacuzzi at the nearby Waterloo Hotel but the pool was small and crowded with children. My other son made good use of the (slightly out of tune) piano to entertain us and also the football table. Most of the games were for kids (and incomplete); a couple of family games such as Articulate would have good.Having said the above, it was a memorable setting for a great family get together."
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."
Mike - verified booking
"We were very disappointed with Castiel Cottage. The standard of cleanliness left a lot to be desired.The bed linen was awful. The pillow cases were all grubby with a brown tinge and black spots of unknown origin.The sheets were also grubby with black marks and had hairs on them when we arrived.We needed to wash the bed linen which is not a task we expect to perform on holiday. Underneath the dining table were scraps of food which we had to vacuum soon after arrival.Had we known about the low doorway between the kitchen and toilet/bathroom we would not have booked the cottage.Putting warning notices above the door are not sufficient. Why are the steps in the patio area mentioned in the cottages description but the low door is not? The hazard is made worse by the high step under the doorway.I'm 6 ft 2 in tall and have diseased/degenerate discs which make bending uncomfortable and best avoided but the requirement to use the bathroom/toilet made it unavoidable.A notice displayed on the cottage window had a 3 star rating by the English Tourist Board and we'd be interested to know how a cottage in Wales came to get a rating by the ETB?We do expect good standards of cleanliness."