Holiday Cottages With Wifi In Snowdonia 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!"
- 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."
- Dr Goga, October 2016 - verified booking
"Really nice well looked after cottage indeed. Clean, good sized rooms, kitchen fully kitted and log burner to keep us warm during breakfast nearby. Very family/child friendly - the attic became the games room for the kids - lots of board games, books and a DVD player. Superb view from living room and main bedroom, looking over the coast of North Wales. Well informed welcome pack and website to give us an idea of what and where to visit nearby. The property even provides a bucket and spade for the kids, a selection of tea and plenty of logs for the fire. The owners even called on arrival to make sure everything was ok. I would most definitely stay here again and recommend this cottage for couples and small families."
- A FlipKey verified reviewer, February 2013 - verified booking
"The cottage was really clean and was conveniently located for walks in the hills, lunch in the pubs and for viewing the breathtaking local scenery! The boys enjoyed a day at the nearby dry ski slope, whilst the rest of us walked the dog through the hills nearby! I really want to go back to Dwygyfylchi because the area was beautiful, and all the people we met were really friendly and welcoming. The first thing we did was go to the little shop, where we had a conversation with the shop keeper as one can only have in little shops, and he even taught us how to pronounce Dwygyfylchi! I would recommend a holiday in this picturesque Welsh scenery to anyone and everyone!"
Mrs Holland, Guildford, Surrey - verified booking
"This beautiful house was everything we hoped for. The pool table and table tennis table were an instant hit with the teenagers whilst the adults appreciated the enormous kitchen/dining room and the various sitting areas. The beds were really comfortable and everything was decorated to a high standard. Whilst off the beaten track (pitch black at night with amazing bats circling outside) we were in easy reach of beautiful beaches and lots of activities. The fact that we had sunshine all week was an added and unexpected bonus but even if had rained we would have enjoyed our holiday."