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North Wales Self Catering
The Granary - HW7675
4 Lon Vardre
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What our customers are saying about our School Holiday Self Catering Holidays In North Wales.
Tony - verified booking
"Even though we knew from the website photos that this cottage looked nice we didn't realise how beautiful it was when we arrived. The location has lovely views across the Conwy Valley to the mountains of Carnedd Llewelyn and beyond.The location is actually very good as you can get to Conway, Llandudno and the north coast easily, Snowdonia is 20 minutes away, Betws-y-Coed 10 minutes, west coast and Anglesea easily achievable within an hour. Beautiful Bodnant Gardens are within a couple of miles and a lovely farm shop & restaurant is not too far from the cottage either. There are some fantastic places to eat within 10 minutes drive radius. Lllanwrst is also a nice town to visit and for walks along the Conwy river.The quality of the cottage is superb with oak flooring in the kitchen, beautiful soft carpet in the living and bed rooms, a fantastic contemporary bathroom with a quality bath and shower, c/w underfloor heating.There's a log stove for those cosy nights in c/w enough logs to get you going for at least a couple of nights and plenty more logs are available from the owners log store, which they'll ask you to pay a small fee based upon an honesty system. We stayed for 4 nights in February and I used another basket that's all.Even without the stove, you won't be cold as there is a modern central heating system that really warms the place up with easy to use controls.The kitchen is equipped with a full height fridge freezer, dishwasher and washer/dryer all integrated. I couldn't find anything lacking in the utensils department, and my wife and I do quite a lot of cooking from scratch.The living room has comfortable clean furniture and a modern large format Netflix enabled TV. The bedroom is spacious and has the most comfortable super king size bed I've ever slept in, there's also another large format TV mounted on the wall here too.The cleanliness of this place is outstanding, and you feel like you're the first people in - it just smells so new, and the towels, bed linen, pillows seem like they've been bought new. The general cleanliness of the building, the carpets, bathroom, kitchen is of the highest standard we've ever come across. It gives you the impression that the owners take their business seriously and want people to enjoy their stay.There are 22 acres of land, with ponds and lakes all of which are available for guests use, which you'll find in the information pack along with a comprehensive list of things to do and places to eat.The owners (Andy & Jo) themselves are a lovely couple, they rang us the night before we set off to ensure that we knew where we were going, how to get there, how to contact them if need be and even sent us a WhatsApp pin on a map to tell us exactly where we were going! Andy popped over once we'd settled in just to run us through the basics of the cottage. They seem to know how to treat their guests because they were so unobtrusive, and yet we had the impression they would be so attentive if anything was needed. On a last note, we have been many places in the UK and the world in private s/c accomodation, and while we've (luckily) never had a bad place I'd put this experience in my top 5, and it would be no.1 in the UK.Thanks to Jo and Andy, for being such excellent hosts - you've nailed it!"
Paul - verified booking
"Off the Network Away from it AllThis holiday cottage sits in splendid isolation across the yard from the main farmhouse. Entrance door leads to kitchen diner sitting room. Kitchen has under counter fridge, microwave, oven and hob plus kettle and toaster. There is access to a washing machine in an adjacent building if required. Whilst all requirements foŕ crockery, glassware, cutlery and kitchen ware are provided there is little space left for storage of anything you might have bought or brought with you.Sitting area has an aging Queen Anne style three piece suite, a small breakfast bar the only dining area. In addition to a television there is also a wood burner to supplement the under floor, central heating in more inclement times. Small step down to toilet and shower also good size double bedroom.Stairs to twin bedded eaves space. Sleeping under the beams, heavy weather is more apparent than might otherwise be the case.In keeping with the kitchen the rest of the cottage has little storage space, only a large wardrobe space and three drawer chest in the main bedroom and a wardrobe with drawer upstairs, small three drawer bedside unit. There are a number of low level chubby holes but these are are hardly useable. There is a sheltered patio seating area to the rear of the property.Having said the property is on a working farm we never saw and heard little activity near the cottage during our stay.Whilst generally well presented, given previous reviews the cottage was not as clean as expected especially kitchen areas. Beds and bedding ok, with provided bed linen and two very fluffy but ineffective towels for each guest. There are also soaps and washing up liquids. Owners also thoughtfully provide a torch.Given the remote location and thickness of the walls internet and mobile phone connections are minimal. We occasionally got signal around the yard.Directions to the farm are good, don't follow the postcode, for those insistent on technology the what3words location, cities.spurted.smooth.Bring a pair of wellies if you want a tour round the farm, watch milkingLocal village also big four supermarket within 5 miles."
Jayne - verified booking
"A lovely cottage with stunning views in a very peaceful location. Great for driving to local sites such as Snowdon, Llandudno, Anglesea, Llanberis etc and a good base for exploring North Wales. If you want to get away from it all then this is most definitely the place to do it. Kitchen is well equipped - some of the items could do with testing/replacing but I'm sure these things get looked at regularly. Very handy to get a supermarket delivery too as the nearest shop is a fair distance away. Lovely to have a welcome hamper of Welsh Cakes and tea bags too. Wifi is a great addition too. Bathroom is fine, shower is a little on the weak side, but that's not the end of the world - it does the job.The conservatory is a great place to sit and watch the world go by, you'll never be bored of that view either (even saw some fast jets). On a clear day you can see the mountain range in the distance and in the mornings when the mist gathers in the valley, it is simply stunning. The garden is secure for dogs that don't jump too high or are small enough to climb through. Our spaniel loved all the good sniffs on offer! There are also dog bowls so no need to take your own. The surrounding area is gorgeous, and to be honest apart from the occasional farm traffic you won't see many people or cars in the area! bliss! no neighbours! (yay!)There aren't many footpaths that go straight from the property, you will need to be prepared to get in the car and drive to go for a good walk, but this isn't really an issue. (just be wary of the satnav taking you down the narrowest of lanes at times - which is unnecessary!)All in all - If you enjoy peace, quiet, relaxation and to get away from it all then please do visit this great cottage! it has everything you need, is in a good location for exploring the Snowdonia National Park - and best of all is cosy and inviting."
Marie - verified booking
"This was our first holiday in the area, there are some lovely places to visit and walk, which was our reason for choosing this location. Pathacres was clean and tidy on arrival. It is a spacious accommodation, except the compact kitchen area but it does lack some finishing touches. The bedroom is large with an excellent walk in wardrobe but it would benefit from a dressing table with chair and mirrors. Only mirror was in the bathroom. Also a clock in the property would have been beneficial. Plus there was no DVD player as advertised. The property has large windows giving good views of the surrounding area as it is in an elevated position, but not all the windows have blinds or curtains. The bedroom ones do. The property has two external doors both of which are poor fitting and extremely drafty, which could be a problem in the colder weather. We found there was no information available in the property informing guests of how to sort recycling waste or when bin collection day was. There was limited information on places to visit in the area and no guidance on how to operate the central heating controller. We figured it out by trial and error so an information leaflet would have been helpful. Be aware access to the property is up an un-maintained lane from the main access road. The property was private and quiet, if the weather is kind to you then the balcony offers a good place to sit and take in the views."
Paul - verified booking
"Cwm Bychan is a nice cottage situated in a beautiful location with panoramic views of the welsh countryside and on clear days views of Snowdon. The location of this property is ideal if you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of towns/cities and the daily commute and just Relax!Sit outside and enjoy the views, enjoy the peace and quiet that the location of this property has to offer. It is peaceful outside besides the odd farm vehicle the only noises you will hear is the bleating of sheep.The cottage is comfortable and welcoming and well laid out with a large corner sofa in the living room and a Freesat tv/dvd player. The living area and kitchen is an open plan arrangement and features a table with four chairs, whilst the kitchen has the usual appliances you would expect to have. The cottage also features Wifi and has a landline provided.The cottage has two bedrooms, one has a double bed and the other room has two single beds and both rooms have some storage. We all found the beds to be comfortable.The owner provides a welcome book full of information regarding the property and useful information about the nearby villages and places to visit. The home owner also provides a "Welcome Package" which is a nice touch with some Welsh treats inside it.Our family group really enjoyed our stay in this cottage and we would highly recommend others to come and enjoy what this cottage and Wales has to offer."