Garreg Lwyd Cottage
Conwy, Snowdonia National Park, County Conwy
Garreg Lwyd Cottage is a cosy, Four Star, two hundred year old Grade-II listed artisan cottage, situated within the ancient UNESCO World Heritage walled town of Conwy. The cottage is fully equipped for self catering, centrally heated, has a mini inglenook with a multi-fuel stove, a double bedroom and a twin bedroom so ideally suited for two couples or a small family. Prices include booking deposit, bed linen, towels, tablecloth, tea towels, electricity, gas central heating, full Wi-Fi etc.
AccommodationThe fully equipped, no smoking, no pets cottage comprises:
Sitting/Dining Room open plan; Free-Sat TV/Radio, CD-DVD, BT Broadband Wi-Fi, three seat leather settee and two easy chairs, dining table and four chairs, coffee table, multi-fuel stove in the inglenook fireplace, plus an electric fire etc.
Kitchen; electric four plate hob and oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, clothes washer, dining and cooking crockery, cutlery, utensils etc etc.
Utility Porch; storage of boots, raincoats, logs, clothes line, etc.
Walled Courtyard; table and four chairs, mini BBQ, parasol, reclining chair, plants, creepers, utility sink, lighting etc
Double Bedroom; at rear, with comfortable double bed, radio.
Twin Bedroom; at front, with two single beds.
Dressing Room; wardrobes, drawers, small dressing table, mirror, hairdryer, iron and board, spare duvets and pillows etc.
Bathroom; on demand shower over bath, sink, WC, heated towel rail, fan heater, shaving point and light over mirror.
Heating; gas central heating, multi-fuel stove and electric fire in Sitting Room, rear windows double glazed, front Georgian style.
Parking right at the front door is un-reserved.
Local AreaGarreg Lwyd Cottage, is at 3 Erskine Terrace, Conwy Town, County Conwy, North Wales. Conwy Town is on the south bank of the River Conwy, near the estuary to the Irish Sea, on the edge of The Snowdonia National Park, an area of exceptional natural beauty. The town is dominated by its thirteenth century castle and walls built in 1283 by King Edward-I during his battles with the Welsh. A statue of Wales’s celebrated warrior, Llewellyn, stands in the town’s main square.
The Welsh name Conwy is spelled Conway in English.
The cottage is ideally located to explore the town, Snowdonia, the many beaches, lakes and other attractions by foot, bicycle, car or boat. There are many historical sites in the town including the 13th century castle and town walls, Plas Mawr the best preserved Elizabethan town house in Britain, Conwy Quay, Aberconwy House a 14th century merchant's house, Telford’s 1826 Suspension Bridge and lots more. There are plenty of restaurants, cafes, pubs and shops to explore as well as opportunities to play golf, tennis, football, horse riding, and bird watching at the nearby RSPB park. The area is served by an excellent transport system of buses and trains. Some trains to London, Manchester, Crew etc, stop within 200 yards of the cottage.
£230 for 3 night stay between November – March, excluding Christmas
For more information please see our website.
Rates: £300 to £580 per week depending on season.
£250 for three nights November to March
Maximum of 4 people.
Children are welcome.
Sorry, no pets.
Parking at the front door.
Multi fuel fire.
4 Star Visit Wales.
Please note that map locations may be approximate.
More InformationVisit the accommodation owner's website.
Garreg Lwyd Cottage Website
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