Dolwyddelan village nestles under a breathtaking wilderness of mountain peaks, waterfalls, rivers and forests, wonderful for walking, climbing, bird watching, fishing, painting and photography. Its ruined castle (painted by Prince Charles) was probably the birthplace of Llewellyn the Great. Ty'r Delyn itself has been attractively created from two of a row of miners' cottages, about five minutes walk from the centre of the village. The cottage backs onto an enclosed garden by way of a footbridge over a small stream which tinkles down right beneath the rear windows. (Both footbridge and stream are securely fenced: naturally young children will need supervision.) From the garden you can view the surrounding mountains - Snowdon and Dolwyddelan Castle are visible on a clear day. A small patio allows a barbecue beside the stream.
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Cottage in Dolwyddelan, Nr. Betws-y-Coed, Snowdonia National Park, North Wales, Wales - Peaceful Location Within Walking Distance Of Dolwyddelan Castle, Shop And Pub. View Of Snowdon.
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- Calendar last updated:
- Sep 20, 2018
Cosy Welsh cottage full of character
Our 4-day stay was delightful. I warmly recommend this property. Roedd ein arhosiad ni o bedair diwrnod yn un hwylus iawn. Argymhellaf y bwthyn yma fel lle i aros tra'n ymweld a phrydferthwch Eryri!
LOVELY COTTAGE, BEAUTIFUL SCENARY, AMUSING TRACKS, NICE PEOPLES AND NATURE ON ITS BEST.
it is a beautiful little cottage enough space for us 4. cottage equipped with everything you need for your stay. located in beautiful quiet village and walking distance to dolwyddelan castle. overall very good experience and what a beautiful place to visit away from busy life.
Great location, Clean, Peaceful
Me and my friends stayed for 3 nights, was a fantastic location with beautiful views. Bare essentials which is great for some time away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Perfect place for ramblers and hikers, the neighbours are very friendly too. Highly recommended
Beautiful place, gorgeous, cute and quaint cottage, our first visit to Wales and what a trip it was. Short but ever so sweet, can't wait to go again.
Thank you for having us. Look forward to the next. An absolute must!
Fabulous little gem of a place
The photos don't do the cottage any justice ' beautiful setting spotlessly clean ' will definitely be returning ' thank you Alison and Trevor for letting this beautiful cottage out ' also a big thank you to Dianna for keeping the cottage clean
I loved the noise of the river and the lovely view
The beds were very comfy
23 miles to Llandudno/45 minutes' drive.
The nearest airports are Manchester or Liverpool. As the cottage is in a rural setting the easiest form of approach is by car though Dolwydellan also has its own train station.
The cottage is 5 minutes walk into Dolwyddelan which has a well-stocked convenience store, a pub and a restaurant. Betws-y-Coed is 5 miles and has an excellent range of visitor facilities. Blaenau Ffestiniog (4 miles) has a wide range of shops and amenities as well as a slate mine which is open to visitors.
Conwy and Caernavon Castles are each 45-minute drive away, and Conwy also has a charming beach front.
Pen-y-Pass, a popular starting off point for Mount Snowdon, is a 40 minutes drive.
Booking Notes: To contact us regarding availability of the cottage or to make a booking. Once we have discussed and confirmed the booking we will send or e-mail you a booking form for completion and will request a deposit. The balance is due 56 days before the beginning of holiday. Changeover Day: Changeover day is Saturday. Bookings are from 4p.m. on day of arrival until 10a.m. on day of departure. Notes on prices: Prices are per week in £s sterling. We can let cottage for 3 or 4 night breaks in low and mid seasons at 60% of weekly rate Change over day is Saturday but we can offer flexibility outside the main season. Arrival time is 4p.m. Departure time is 10a.m. to enable preparation of the property