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Crud y Werin

Bala - North Wales Snowdonia

Stylish cottage for 4 set in beautiful, rural surroundings. From this pet-friendly holiday cottage Bala, Corwen and all their attractions are within 10 minutes.
  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Accepts 1 pet
  • WiFi internet
  • Enclosed garden or courtyard
82768
£319 - £661 per week *

Description

Enjoy this stylish, pet-friendly self catering accommodation and all its beautiful, rural surroundings. From Crud y Werin holiday cottage Bala and Corwen are both within a 10 minute drive. To the south, the market town of Bala is the gateway to Snowdonia and is well known for its famous lake, watersports and popular tourist attractions. A short journey north brings you to Corwen, a championship go karting course, the canal town of Llangollen and much more. Beudy'r Cwm thus provides a perfect base whether you’re looking for a relaxing break or an action packed holiday.

Ground Floor

Kitchen/Diner– this newly converted barn has retained many of its original beams and features. The kitchen/diner has slate flooring, light oak modern fitted kitchen units with a dishwasher, fridge with freezer compartment, microwave and cooker.

Spacious, light and modern décor with dining table seating four and a further relaxed seating for reading or watching television.

Lounge – Two slate steps lead down to a separate cosy sitting room with a cream coloured sofa and two chairs. The room has solid oak flooring, traditional beams and deep window sills. It also benefits from plenty of lighting, a television, DVD player and a box of children’s toys.

Upstairs

Solid oak illuminated stairs lead to the first floor and two glass panels with oak hand rails on the balcony. The balcony is spacious and has solid oak flooring and doors. A reading chair and a small dressing table can be found adjacent to the twin bedroom.

Double bedroom - Three oak steps lead down to the main double bedroom. The room is light and airy with high sloping ceilings, traditional beams, two velux windows in the roof and one floor level window with safety catches. Solid oak flooring with antique dressing table, bedside cabinets and chair, TV and a modern double bed for total comfort. En-suite shower room featuring shower, basin, toilet and heated towel rail.

Twin bedrooom - The twin bedroom is again light and airy with a large window with safety catches and one velux window. The bedding is bright and cheerful and the room features traditional beams, solid oak flooring and doors, sloping ceilings, a wardrobe and bedside tables.

Bathroom - bath with shower fitting on the taps, a toilet and fitted cupboard with sink, heated towel rail and shaver point. The room is fully tiled throughout.

Garden

Crud y Werin holiday cottage Bala has an enclosed private garden with stunning views over the valley. Patio furniture, barbecue and a lawn area included.

Additional Information

  • Crud y Werin is one of two semi-detached cottages and is next to Crud y Wennol which sleeps 2. This would, if required, provide accommodation for 6 guests in total.
  • Bed linen, hand and bath towels and hairdryer provided.
  • Heating and electricity included.
  • Washing machine and tumble dryer available in outside building (shared with cottage for 2 next door). £3 per hour wash and £3 per half hour dry.
  • Dog welcome (ground floor only and not on furniture please) – 1 small dog at an additional charge of £25. 
  • Wi-fi provided but limited and only suitable for browsing
  • Cot, high chair and stair gate provided on request.
  • Parking spaces outside the cottage.

Features

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Double bed
  • 2 Single beds
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Accepts 1 pet
  • WiFi internet
  • Enclosed garden or courtyard
  • Friday changeover
  • 32 Miles from a beach
  • 3 Miles from a pub
  • 3 Miles from a shop
  • On a working farm
  • Private parking
  • Bed linen provided
  • Dishwasher
  • No freezer
  • No smoking
  • Towels provided
  • Tumble dryer
  • Washing machine
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Stairgate available
  • No travel cot available

Prices

Reviews

We had a lovely short stay at Crud y Werin. Excellent location for a quiet getaway, stunning cottage with all the facilities needed, very welcoming and friendly owner & overall good value for money. The weather was awful - gailforce winds & rain - but the cottage was very welcoming & cozy after a day in the elements. Also very dog friendly with lots of lovely walks nearby, an enclosed back garden & easy to wipe down hard floors. We would definitely recommend this property & will return ourselves one day. A little gem.Stephen from York - 26th September 2018
It was very good value.D Clements - 5th November 2017
The owner was a lovely lady who was very warm and welcoming. The cottage was well looked after and felt comfortable and cosy with beautiful views out of the windows. The neighbours were also very friendly and it made us feel right at home. A visit to Betwys Y Coed is recommended. Conwy Falls is also a lovely waterfall to visit.Jackie - 2nd September 2017
Really lovely and comfortable. A great retreat from busy London with our 4 month old baby. We felt very much at home and the owner was lovely and friendly. Nothing to fault!
Recommends: Lovely walks.Family from London - 3rd May 2017
Everything was perfect. We were made to feel very welcome, the property was beautiful with everything we needed provided. Owner could not have been more helpful.
Llangollen was lovely, the river and canal walks were great for anyone taking a dog.Couple from Merseyside - 19th March 2017
We picked the property as a base for a visit to Snowdonia. It was a great property to come back to after days in the rain, snow and ice, with plenty of room to spread out. We enjoyed our walk to the summit of Snowdon but would recommend crampons if there's snow and/or ice. The Pyg track was rather treacherous without them. And if you can't face coming back down it, walk down the train track to Llanberis and get the bus back up the pass.Family from Worcestershire - 2nd May 2016
Great scenery, great accommodation, great break.
Don't miss a visit to PortmeironJacqui and Family - 20th January 2016

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Local Area

Crud y Werin is located within easy distance of a range of attractions and a shop and garage can be found within 2 miles. A pub which welcomes pets can be found in Llandderfel 3 miles from the cottage and there are a number of excellent eating establishments all within ten miles.

5 miles south of your holiday cottage Bala is set in stunning mountain and lake scenery and at 4 miles in length, Bala Lake (Llyn Tegid) is the largest natural lake in Wales. Alongside the lake runs the Bala Lake Railway where narrow gauge steam trains allow visitors to enjoy a 9 mile return journey through Snowdonia National Park. Visitors can take part in swimming, fishing and kayaking and other water sports on the lake and walking and cycling around its perimeter. The town of Bala hosts a number of interesting shops and places to eat and Plas yn Dre, Bala Spice and Tyddyn Llan just outside the town can be particularly recommended. Mountain walks and golf are also available.

The Go Karting championship course in Cerrigydrudion (9 miles) is also worth a visit whilst Coed y Brenin Centre offers another great day out with its attractive visitor centre and restaurant, Go Ape and fifteen miles of marked cycle routes through the forest. Other towns worth visiting and within easy distance include the canal town of Llangollen - home of the International Music Festival and an impressive standard gauge heritage railway (14 miles), the medieval town of Ruthin (15 miles) and Betws y Coed, the main tourism hub of Snowdonia National Park (21 miles).

Walking

  • The Old Railway line (1 mile) Caer Drewyn (2 miles) circular walks starting from Corwen. 5 miles from cottage.
  • Other popular routes from Corwen include North Berwyn Way, Dee Valley Way and Clwydian Way. 5 miles from cottage.
  • Amongst the numerous walks from your holiday cottage Bala offers a lovely, scenic route around its lake. 5 miles away
  • Aran mountain range offers 14 summits above 2,000ft. The ridge makes an excellent linear walk and includes the two major summits of Aran Fawddwy (2969ft) and Aran Benllyn (2904ft). Route starts from Llanuwchllyn, 10 miles.
  • Arenig mountain range has 13 summits above 2,000ft, including Arenig Fawr and Moel Llyfnant. Route begins near Llyn Celyn, 11 miles

Cycling

  • Bala Lake - The 10 mile scenic route around the lake can also be cycled. 5 miles
  • Llyn Celyn – 15 mile circular route around another scenic lake. 11 miles
  • Llandegla Mountain Biking Centre 15 miles

Watersports

  • Bala Lake – Canoeing, kayaking, windsurfing, sailing, raft building and power boating etc. 5 miles
  • National White Water Centre, Canolfan Tryweryn – White Water Rafting, Kayaking & Canoeing. 11 miles

Golf

Bala Golf Club - A 10 hole golf course located 1000 feet above sea level thus enjoying spectacular views of the mountains and of the lake below. 5 miles

Fishing

Bala lake (5 miles) has 14 species of fish and in addition fly-fishing for salmon and trout is available on the river Dee and river Treweryn.

Beaches

Nearest beaches found in Fairbourne and Barmouth. 31 miles