A quaint well equipped rural cottage with picturesque views situated within the Snowdonia National Park. Ideal location for walking, cycling & sight seeing. The towns of Conwy, LLandudno & Betw-Y-Coed are nearby as well as mountains and waterfalls you are close to some beautiful deserted sandy beaches. Bethesda is 20 miles away where Zip World contains the longest zip wire in Europe, Surf Snowdonia an inland 300m surf lagoon in nearby village of Dolgarrog and Snowdon, Wales tallest mountain, is an easy 30 minute drive. The local area has an abundance of wildlife which is evident when you relax in the conservatory and watch the birds & squirrels feed from the bird table. Accommodation comprises: Ground floor - bed 1 double bedroom with ensuite, lounge with real open fireplace, kitchen and conservatory. 1st floor - bed 2 twin beds with ensuite. Bed 3 - single bed (low access door). Secure front and rear garden with patio/decking, patio table & relaxing chairs. Parking for 2 vehicles. 3 well stocked fishing lakes nearby (extra charge). All heating, electricity and bedding are provided at no extra charge including coal for open fire. We DO NOT provide towels so remember to bring your own. If dates are not available try Llugwy Cottage in Betws-Y-Coed
- Cottage1033 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay3 - 7 nights
Cottage in Rowen, Nr. Conwy, North Wales - Peaceful Location, 10 Minute Walk To Village Of Rowen With Post Office And Traditional Pub
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- Jun 15, 2018
About Michael Clair
We moved to North Wales in 2007 with my wife, three children and our pet Labrador, Max. We live in Llandudno in a beautiful family home which has taken six years to renovate. Before we moved here we spent a lot of time either holidaying in the area and eventually purchased the Cottage in 2004. We used it as a family holiday home until we moved here permanently.
Michael Clair purchased this Cottage in 2004
Why Michael Clair chose Henryd
We bought this property for its location. After having static caravans for a number of years in North Wales, we fell in love with the area and we decided a permanent base was necessary. The cottage location allowed us to relax and wind down after a long week at work, the scenery and clean air was ideal for us as we used to live in a large town. We could finally escape the rat race.
What makes this Cottage unique
The main benefit for us was it's rural location, we found that we could enjoy the tranquillity of the countryside whilst being in the vicinity of the local towns which was ideal as we had three young children. Close by is Conwy Water Gardens offering fishing lakes, pancake house / restaurant, reptile house, ottos and abundance of wild life. In the village of Rowen is the Tygwyn Pub, perfect now our kids are older!
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Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Sycamore Cottage is a very homely & lovely cottage .
We had a great holiday the cottage was very clean and had everything you could want,. The ground floor bedroom en-suite was perfect for my husband who is disabled. Only problem was that the water for the bath upstairs went cold before the bath was full. The view from the conservatory was fantastic and the wild birds were great to watch. Conwy and all the other places of interest were so easy to get to. Hope to return perhaps when the weather will be kinder to us. We appreciated the wine and chocs left by Mike & Tina. The Pancake House was an added attraction. Thanks Mike for your lovely cottage.
The arrival gift of wine and chocolate was greatly appreciated, the cottage was beautiful loved the quirky upstairs bedroom, conservatory turned into our board games room, location was fantastic hope to return soon
Great place with lovely views
Lovely well kept cottage. Would definitely book again if back in North Wales. Mike was very helpful with any questions I had. Great views as well
Lovely homely clean cottage with an amazing view from a lovely conservatory
2nd stay at the cottage and discovered many new walks. The conservatory and the view are my favourite things but love the cottage with the lovely flowers and wild birds that visit the bird table . It's just a perfect escape from the rat race . Pancake house next door is also delicious and the staff are lovely .
Thanks for returning to Sycamore cottage and your lovely comments are appreciated.
Nice holiday cottage with lovely views and in a superb quiet location.
Nice holiday cottage with lovely views and in a superb quiet location. Ideally situated to enjoy all that North Wales has to offer; Conwy, Snowdonia, Llandudno, Betws y Coed and Cwm Idwal National Nature Reserve. Fantastic scenery and walks. Dutch Pancake House, 1 minute walk from the cottage, is worth a visit.
Owners kindly welcomed us with a bottle of wine and chocolates, which was well received after a long drive. Cottage is well equipped for a pleasant stay.
Lovely relaxing cottage
Thank you for a lovely short stay. The cottage is very well equipped with a beautiful conservatory and stunning views.
It is in a great location with lots of activities close by.
Thank you for your review, nice to know you all enjoyed yourselves.
fishing - 3 well stocked fishing ponds adjacent to cottage (extra charge) Coast/Beach: Conwy beach & marina 4 miles 10 minutes drive away. Llandudno beaches 8 miles 20 minutes drive away Travel: Liverpool & Manchester are the nearest international airports Distances: Rowen village 0.5 mile. Conwy 4 miles. Llandudno 8 miles. Betws-Y-Coed 16 miles Further Details: Rowen is the nearest village and includes a Post Office & country pub which serves traditional ales and great food. Conwy is a small medieval walled town situated on the river Conwy with variety of shops, restaurants, pubs, bakery, small supermarket, 16th century castle & harbour. Llandudno is a very popular Victorian seaside town, with a great pier, theatre, shops and retail park with high street brands. Wales highest mountain, Mount Snowdon, is 26 miles away in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. Here you have a choice on how to reach the summit, either walk or take the splendid mountain railway, well worth a visit.