- £329 per week
- £47 per night
- 4 Guests
- 2 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- No Pets
- Pony trekking/horse riding
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 double bed
- 2 single beds
- Washing machine
- 2 bathrooms
- 2 WCs
- Towels provided
- Enclosed garden
- Private parking
- Rural location
- Ground floor WC
- Walk-in shower
Important - please note
- Check in: 14:30
- Check out: 11:00
This Snowdonia self catering cottage offers a great place to relax in the middle of the National Park, with the added bonus of being within a short walking distance of a village pub and shop. Located on a quiet side street in the heart of the mountain village of Dolwyddelan, this lovely terraced stone cottage is a stone's throw from Dolwyddelan Castle and just 5 miles from Swallow Falls and Betws y Coed. Views to the front across open fields, mountains to the rear and excellent walks from the doorstep.
A comfortable, spacious lounge featuring a fireplace with a woodburner effect electric fire welcomes you to this luxury Snowdonia self catering cottage. Flat screen freeview TV, DVDs and player, CD player and good lighting. The room is light and airy and enjoys views onto a field and valley at the front and patio and hill at rear of the cottage.
Large kitchen diner with patio doors and view of Moel Siabod. Electric hob and oven, dishwasher, microwave, fridge and freezer. Generously equipped for those who enjoy eating at home.
Utility room with washing machine, WC and hand basin. There is also a cupboard by the front door that offers a spacious area for coats and shoes, vacuum cleaner, ironing board and clothes airer etc.
Bedroom 1: Pretty double bedroom with drawers, wardrobe and matching fabric furnishings. Outlook over valley and field.
Bedroom 2: Twin room with drawers and wardrobe. Attractive curtains and matching wardrobe feature. Outlook meadow and hills.
Attractive bathroom with bath, WC and separate electric shower cubicle. Shaver socket.
This Snowdonia self catering cottage has an enclosed paved patio to the rear with garden furniture and countryside views.
Bed linen, towels and tea towels provided.
Heating (night storage heaters) and electricity included.
Although there is no tumble dryer, washing will dry overnight on the clothes airer if left by the storage heaters. There is also a rotary dryer for the patio.
Mobile signal for most networks.
Wifi available at the cottage.
Storeroom with plenty of space and hooks for waterproofs, boots, rucksacks, bikes etc.
Parking available directly outside cottage on quiet road.
Sorry, no pets or smoking in the cottage
We very much enjoyed staying at the cottage. It was very well equipped and peaceful.
I had for years a rule of not returning to any holiday place. I broke this rule for this cottage and I am going to come here for the third time too. Ideally located close to the local shop (significantly better with the new manager than 2018) and bus stop, but far enough from the through road to be quiet. Very comfortable, spacious and cozy. Magnificent Moel Siabod view from kitchen, calming pastures elsewhere. The village is quiet and offers relaxing wide views in all directions. Compared with it, the nearest town of Betws-y-Coed seems a crowded, noisy metropolis.
Nice cottage, like the layout.
We've stayed in this cottage several times now. It a very clean and well equipped cottage in a very accessible location. There is plenty to see and do in North Wales so it is ideally situated to visit the many beautiful sites nearby.
We would rate this property very highly, it is very well appointed, very clean and there is lots of living space which makes it very comfortable.
Can't fault the cottage.
Bwthyn yr Eglwys surprised me and exceeded my expectations, even though I choose holiday accomodation thoroughly and carefully. Behind the ordinary grey facade there is a spacious, comfortable and cozy home. Looks better than any photos. Well equipped with everything we needed. The thick, soft carpets make literally every step a pleasure. The village was incredibly quiet during our stay, air was pure and stars bright. Plenty of walks, easy to challenging, decent bus & train connections and friendly people. This idyllic place makes me break my rule of not holidaying in the same place twice.