Coedfa Cottages, Betws Y Coed, Snowdonia Nat. Park

Entire holiday home hosted by Beth

  1. 8 guests
  2. 4 bedrooms
  3. 5 beds
  4. 3.5 bathrooms
Dedicated workspace
A private room with wifi that’s well suited for working.
Great location
90% of recent guests gave the location a 5-star rating.
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Fri-Mon - 3 night.
Mon-Fri - 4 night
7 nights-5% disc.

Pet £8 per night per pet

8 persons ONLY

Traditional Victorian Country House/large spacious rooms/high ceilings/original Sash Windows/wooden+slate floors/fireplaces/wood burner.

3/4 acre Victorian Terraced garden/woodland/stream/original feature waterfall/stone walls lawned garden/gravelled yard.

Large Private patio table/chairs.

Free use of leisure at Waterloo hotel

Space 4 cars-no charger

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This grand spacious property stands elevated looking across the Lledr Valley on its own 3/4 acre of a garden with stream, original Victorian garden water feature, small woodland and its own private patio with seating for 10/12 persons alfresco dining and summer house, listening to the nearby stream, the main lawned area has high terrace dry stone walls and stone steps (which can be slippery when wet)

Its adjoining property Coedfa Bach (sleeps 4) was the servants quarters for the main house during the Victorian times which can be booked separately

Included in the price is Full use of the leisure facilities at the Nearby Waterloo Hotel-swimming pool, gym, sauna, steam room and jacuzzi. The hotel is approx. 10 min walk from Coedfa with pavement and lighting.

Hairdryer, towels, bed linen, Iron, gas heating and lighting included

Internet is Fibre-fast Broadband

Space for 4 cars on courtyard which is infront of Coedfa house.(currently there are no electric chargers, nearby Waterloo & Royal Oak hotel have this facility)

£8 per night per pet is welcome (3 maximum) Leave cash on departure if not pre paid. No other pets considered

Large Vestible entrance with slate floor and wooden panelling leading to:-

Kitchen:

Ground floor has a Smallbone kitchen, french doors leading out onto a private patio with seating and outside dining table and chairs. The kitchen has double porcelain sink, plate rack, coffee machine, 2 oven gas Aga with 2 hobs, Siemens oven, Siemens microwave, Fridge (second fridge freezer in utility room) Aga kettle plus electric kettle, 4 electric toaster (Although Aga makes the best toast ever), granite worktop. Table and chairs. Traditional ornate sideboard. Amtico chequered floor.

Dining Room:

Dining room with large dining table and chairs, original stone fireplace with Jotul wood burner (seasoned logs provided at extra cost, can leave cash on departure if not pre paid) LG television, 2 large front facing original sash windows, original wood floors with rug. A couple of ornate traditional pieces of furniture. Draped Zoffany curtains, chandelier Door linked from dining room to lounge.

Lounge:

Large spacious Lounge with marble fireplace with Jotul wood burner (Please pre order our seasoned logs) 3 comfy sofas, coffee table, 2 large front facing original sash windows, original wooden floors, large TV over fireplace, A large antique traditional period furniture. Door linked from dining room into lounge.

Cloakroom:

downstairs toilet & basin. Stained glass window, original slate floors.

Utility Room:

Utility room/boiler room (2 boilers-floor and wall mounted) with Fridge/Freezer, porcelain sink and washer/ dryer

Play Room/Office:

Play room- table football, library of mixed reading books and some toys.
Desk for office work, chair, drawers and cabinets for storage in a quiet area.

Hall:

Grand wooden sweeping staircase in a very high hall way and landing, leads to 4 large spacious bedrooms.

Bedrooms:-

1 twin
with original cast iron beds with a small shower room, exposed cast iron fireplace (display only). Large window facing the private patio area. This room is carpeted.

double bedroom suite
Large bedroom with original half tester bed, 2 large front facing original sash windows, original wooden floor with rug, sofa, Welsh dresser, 2 deep chest of drawers, original feature fireplace. Sharing large family bathroom. Original wooden floor with large rug.

Double bedroom suite
with original feature fireplace (display only), original wooden floor. Sharing large family bathroom. Feature Zoffany wallpaper.

The large Family Bathroom separate shower and double bath, basin, wc and a spacious storage cupboard

Master bedroom suite
with original 4 poster walnut bed with matching walnut dressing table and large mirror. Exposed fireplace (display only) 2 Seater sofa and chair,

dressing room and large ensuite with corner bath and shower over bath, basin and wc.

Outside Space:
Enjoying a private landscaped patio and large outside table and chairs (with cushions). Also accessible to the large 3/4 acre stone terraced/woodland with paths/flat lawned garden with stream/ featuring original Victorian waterfall-which is shared by Coedfa Bach. Sound of the nearby stream.

Coedfa House has been self catering accommodation since 2006

We provide:-
Bed linen and all towels are freshly washed and pressed by Afonwen Laundry.
Hand sanitiser located at entrance
Fairy liquid
Liquid soap in dispensers in each ensuite/downstairs toilet/utility and kitchen
dishwasher tablets
General kitchen cleaner
Dishcloths and tea towels
Salt/Pepper
Tea, coffee (fresh and instant) and sugar

Address:- Llanrwst Road
Conwy LL24 0SG

Where you'll sleep

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What this place offers

Courtyard view
Garden view
Lake access
Kitchen
Wifi
Dedicated workspace
Free driveway parking on premises – 4 spaces
Pets allowed
55" HDTV with standard cable/satellite
Free washer – In unit

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Where you’ll be

Betws-y-Coed, Wales, United Kingdom

Betws Y Coed was developed for the needs of travellers and visitors, and it still caters effectively in that well established role. Its coaching inns were essential on the early routes through Snowdonia to Ireland. Further hotels were added when the Victorians' taste for native and wilderness tied in with their need for a warm welcome and comfortable accommodation.

It is a centre for all seasons, situated within reach of excellent lake, rive and woodland walks in the Snowdonia valleys. Surrounding hills offer panoramic views.

Whether the peaks of Eryri are white with snow, draped in autumn colours, under mist and rain, or bright and clear on a summer afternoon, Betws Y Coed offers the ideal base for a leisurely walk or relaxing day out in the mountains. A newcomer would be forgiven for thinking the whole place was invented entirely for the tourist trade. Its quality shops and galleries, its attractive cafes and restaurants and riverside setting have a magnetism which visitors find hard to resist. In fact, the heart of the village is not that old and new developments are witnessed annually. But if the place has evolved over the years, thanks to the locals, it has not lost its charm or rich inheritance. For there is iso much more to Betws Y Coed than meets the eye.

It was founded around the enclosure of its old church on the river bank- Betws Y Coed literally means ' a house of prayer in the woods'. Lead mining and slate quarrying heritage offers places of interest along its pathways and due to its natural beauty, it is not surprising that it was a haven for landscape artists in the 19th century. Park.

It is a picturesque, tourist village close to the best walks in Wales close to the base of Snowdon. The area has an Alpine quality and feel. with Some lovely eateries and shops within walking distance.

Close to amazing beaches in Porthmadog and also Anglesey

Accessible to many attractions

Hosted by Beth

  1. Joined in February 2018
  • 207 Reviews
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Hi my name is Beth Evans. My husband and I have owned Coedfa House and Coedfa Bach for 22 yrs

We took several years to refurbish and enjoyed living at the property for 5 years. Having our wedding party at the property as well as our youngest son born at Coedfa bring very special memories to us both.

Coedfa Bach sleeps 4 has been a holiday cottage for the 22 years and Coedfa House sleeps 8 has been a holiday house for 17 years.

You can book both properties which sleeps 12 in total.

Coedfa is a Victorian Property know as an Estate house in its time. Having a walled garden to the back of the property which was behind an outbuilding which is now a pretty cottage (separate owner) The Estate owned the woodland for several miles towards Pentrefoelas (now under separate ownership)

Now Coedfa has a 3/4 acre garden which lies to either side of the property and a large gravelled yard to the front. The garden comprises of patios, lawned, terraces, stream, rockery, woodland, azalea garden and a rhododendron section.

The house is grand, specious with large rooms and high ceilings. Coedfa Bach is quaint, cosy and charming.

Coedfa looks down onto the famous Thomas Telford, Waterloo Bridge and up towards the magnificent Lledr valley and the river Llugwy. It is a short walk to the village centre with its hustle bustle activities from tasteful fashionable shops to an abundance of choice for outdoor gear. A selection of eateries from bars, cafes and restaurants.

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Hi my name is Beth Evans. My husband and I have owned Coedfa House and Coedfa Bach for 22 yrs

We took several years to refurbish and enjoyed living at the property for…

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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: 17:00 - 22:00
Check out: 10:00
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed

Health & safety

Airbnb's COVID-19 safety practices apply
Nearby lake, river, other body of water
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm
Security Deposit – if you damage the home, you may be charged up to £350

Cancellation policy