Do you want country or coast, the popular Victorian mountain resort of Betws-y-Coed or the classic seaside charm of Llandudno? The advantage with this cottage, located in the Conwy Valley, is that you can have both.

Do you want country or coast, the popular Victorian mountain resort of Betws-y-Coed or the classic seaside charm of Llandudno? The advantage with this cottage, located in the Conwy Valley, is that you can have both. It’s not the only attraction by a long shot. Cae Llwyd is a beautifully appointed luxury cottage. It has recently been refurbished throughout with a sparkling new kitchen and bathroom, while Farrow & Ball colours and Laura Ashley furnishings combine to create a calm, contemporary and inviting ambience. The cottage sleeps four in comfort (the two bedrooms are on the ground floor), with generously sized beds and top-quality mattresses. Like the rest of Cae Llwyd, they are stylish, immaculate, colour-co-ordinated and come with lovely little touches that immediately endear you to the place. Little wonder, then, that Cae Llwyd attracts so much repeat business (‘When you have found perfection why go anywhere else?’ asks one very satisfied customer.) The setting is peaceful and scenic, with splendid views from the conservatory across to Snowdonia. In summer, guests can make the most of Cae Llwyd’s south-facing, fully enclosed private garden or enjoy an alfresco meal on the patio leading from the kitchen/diner. The cottage is an equally welcoming prospect for a short break in autumn and winter, with a comfy lounge and woodburning stove to come home to after walking in the hills and woods.

Special Features

  • A luxurious, beautifully presented cottage that’s stylish and homely.
  • Attractive all-year-round, with sunny garden/patio and cosy woodburning stove.
  • Away from it all, but close to the best of North Wales, coast and country.
  • Bodnant Garden and the Welsh Food Centre, Conwy Castle and Snowdonia all on the doorstep.