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Bryn Ffynnon sleeps up to five guests in three bedrooms and is a well proportioned holiday home sitting in a tranquil spot in the picturesque little hamlet of Tafarn y Fedw just a mile from Llanrwst on the outskirts of Snowdonia National Park.
Perched on the hillside, the cottage affords spectacular views over rolling green countryside that stretches all the way to Snowdonia. Perfect for walking, relaxing and exploring the areas many attractions, Bryn Ffynnon is a welcoming retreat with pretty garden for the summer months and log burner for winter breaks.
The small market town of Llanrwst is just a mile away and sits in the Conwy Valley. Within walking distance (or a short drive), the town offers plenty of shops for stocking up on provisions (including a bakery, greengrocer and two butchers), a tea room (Tu-Hwnt-I'r Bront) which is famous world wide, as well as a good choice of places for a meal out with pubs and restaurants (and takeaways for those who want to take supper back to the cottage).
For outdoor enthusiasts, the cottage is just five miles from picturesque Betws-y-Coed which attracts tourist from far and wide with its cascading waterfalls, riverside walks, lakes perched up on the hill-tops and stunning mountainous and forest scenery. There are numerous shops selling gifts and outdoor gear, as well as places for refreshment when you have worked up an appetite exploring the stunning scenery by foot or bike.
The entire area around the cottage offers great opportunities for walkers and mountain bikers so don't forget to bring your bike (secure bike storage available) or hire one locally.
An ideal base for exploring the whole of North Wales, Bryn Ffynnon is within easy driving distance of a whole host of attractions for great days out. Head to the coast for a day at the seaside resort of Llandudno with its golden sands or Conwy with its magnificent castle and medieval walled town. The castles of Criccieth and Harlech are too within easy reach as is Caernafon castle, a stunning medieval fortress not to be missed.
Explore the beautiful Isle of Anglesey, take a trip on the nostalgic Ffestiniog Mountain Railway or for some adventure, head to Zip World Caverns for the greatest underground adventure you will ever have. The stunning of Cadair Idris, and Bala with is beautiful lake are also popular with visitors and amongst the many great days out that can be enjoyed during a stay at Bryn Ffynnon.
Caroline Perry joined Independent Cottages in April 2016
Dating back to the middle of the 19th Century, this delightful holiday cottage offers the perfect blend of modern conveniences and period features including Victorian floor tiles, stripped pine doors and a fireplace that houses a log burner for cosy winter breaks.
Outside: Sitting in an elevated position on the hillside, the garden affords incredible views over the Conwy Valley and beyond to Snowdonia. The patio area with outdoor furniture and summerhouse with decking both provide lovely places to sit outside and soak up the atmosphere and sunsets. The garden has some steep areas (which are fenced) and steps so please ensure children are supervised. Off-road parking is available for one car and an additional vehicle can be parked on the road.
Additional information: Short breaks (three night minimum) available - please enquire with the owner. Dogs welcome. Prices include bedlinen, towels, electricity and heating.
Star Rating: 4 Star
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