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What our customers are saying about our Self Catering Holidays In Snowdonia.
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."
Vanessa - verified booking
"Overall we had a good stay but a couple of things would prevent me from returning.- parking was a nightmare, advertised as no direct parking available, but 'parking out the front is usually available'- well not while we were there. Most of the cars jam packed in front of the apartment didn't move for the whole time we stayed there. - found it a bit hard to get the kids across the road to the Main Street, awquard with the cars parked on your door step- house was very noisy, both from internal noise and outside noise. No insulation or double glazed windows meant traffic noise could clearly be heard and it was noisy inside, sound really travelled- didn't realise when we booked that it was over 3 levels- no blackout blinds, ok if you are used to the sun coming up at 4am- tiny kitchen, literally cannot fit more than 1 person in at a time, but the dining room was good- beds were not very comfortable (in particular the kids bunk beds were shocking, I don't know how the kids slept)The area was quite nice, I would recommend staying in Bala but I'm sure there are probably a lot of better accommodation options available."
alex - verified booking
"The outside of the property was grubby with rubbish around the front door and side, the windows were dirty, the sofa was old, lumpy and very uncomfortable, cobwebs and dust everywhere. It smelt damp and musty, visable mould on walls and condensation running down the walls and windows. The windows appeared unsafe and made me fear for my children's safety. Some windows windows in the property were left unlocked which we were not aware of until the last day, which ment we left valuables in the property vulnerable to the Ives. All plates, cutlery and cups were dirty. The showers were in bad repair, held together with masking tape, the light in the bathroom was constantly on. Parking was a major issue. The washer drier didn't work well at all. There was rubbish from previous tenants, menus, bits of paper, McDonald's toys etc. Carpets were filthy. Chairs were broken with a note saying do not use. The water went off for the first few hours of us being there. The windows rattled in the wind made it very loud."
Andrea - verified booking
"Upon arrival the cottage looked lovely. We struggled to parked outside, the neighbours had parked across the front. Sadly all of the storage heaters bar one had been turned off and it turns out that the hot water had either been turned off or had "tripped". There are signs all the heaters asking you not to touch them but it's the middle of November, damp and cold. I turned the heaters on but we hadn't realised about the water until the Sunday morning. There were only 3 logs and a few pieces of kindling to make a fire. The beds felt cold and damp throughout the holiday. Our clothes also started to feel damp in the wardrobes and drawers.Once the owner was contacted on the Sunday about the hot water an engineer was quickly sent to fix it for us and by Monday evening we had water.The Cottage itself is lovely, just a little to cold and damp. The bathroom is so cold that the mirror never even steams up during a 20 min shower.A teapot and mop and bucket would be good."
William - verified booking
"We found the cottage to be lovely and roomy for a weeks stay for our family of five. As an added bonus, the owners provided us with tea and traditional Welsh bread on arrival. The kitchen was well stocked with all of the tools needed for simple meals and the bedrooms were more than adequately furnished. We enjoyed spending evenings having a drink by the fireplace and planning the next day's adventures. The location was grand for us as we were right in the heart of Snowdonia park. The village was quaint and beautiful with all of the conveniences you could need just a mile up the hill. We were very pleased with the value of staying at Cadnant vs. the cost of staying in a hotel. It's just so much nicer and homey than any hotel room could ever be. I highly recommend it to any families wishing to spend some time in the beautiful Snowdonia area."