The Old Coach House,
near Betws-y-Coed, Snowdonia
This lovely traditional style self catering holiday cottage is situated in the grounds of Llannerch Goch, a 17th Century country house near Betws-y-Coed. The cottage sleeps 4, and is one of three luxury cottages nestling in the Snowdonia National Park, on the edge of the village of Capel Garmon, 2 miles from Betws-y-Coed in North Wales. The Coach House is the perfect cottage to escape the daily grind and relax in beautiful tranquil surroundings, amidst stunning scenery. Llannerch Goch is ideally situated within easy reach of the Snowdonia Mountains and coast, surrounded by a diverse landscape of forests, hilltops, rivers and lakes.
The area is famous for its waterfalls including the spectacular Swallow Falls and this holiday cottage in the Conwy Valley provides many opportunities for outdoor activities - from walking, cycling fishing and horse riding and the new zip wire being the largest in Europe!!.
In the nearby village there are many Restaurants and Bistros serving locally produced food. There are many market towns and pretty villages within easy reach - Betws-y-Coed is just 2 miles away, and offers a charming selection of shops, cafes and restaurants to suit everyone. The market town of Llanrwst is just 3 miles away, and here you can witness the amazing bridge over the river Conwy, a famous feat of engineering by Inigo Jones. At the nearby former courthouse of Tu Hwnt i'r Bont there is now the opportunity to relax and enjoy a cream tea.
If you're looking for walking - you'll be spoilt for choice - from a wander in the Gwydir Forest, to the strenuous hikes to be found on Snowdon. Luckily you can avoid the climb and take the Snowdon mountain railway as an alternative! Cyclists are also well catered for - whether you're looking for energetic mountain biking or a family cycle, the Gwydir Forest Park offers two routes. Bike hire is available locally and the cottage has lockable cycle storage. This is also a great area for fishing - from upland reservoirs to river fishing for trout and salmon, right down to the sea itself.
There's no end of things to see - the Italianate village at Portmeirion built by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis in 1925 and the Welsh Mountain Zoo are also within easy reach of this centrally-located cottage. For thrill seekers, just a couple of miles from the cottage is the Tree Top Adventure Park.
The area is bathed in Celtic history; in the nearby village of Capel Garmon lies a neolithic burial chamber, while for those interested in more modern history, the area is rich in National Trust houses too, including the world renowned famous Bodnant Gardens. Conwy Castle is well worth a visit - its beautiful medieval walls and lovely harbour date back to Edward I.
For a walking, fishing or cycling holiday, or for those wishing to immerse themselves in history and culture, this 17th Century oak-beamed cottage is in the perfect location.
- 1 double (with king size bed), 1 twin bed
- Sleeps: 4
- Bathrooms: 1 Jacuzzi bath
- 40" Flat Screen TV with Sky Freeview, video, radio, CD player
- Dishwasher, microwave, fridge and worktop freezer
- Gas fire and central heating
- Parking by cottage
- Lockable cycle storage
- High chair and travel cot can be provided
- Patio area with garden furniture
- 1 well behaved dog welcome @ £5 per night
- Peaceful location in Conwy Valley, Snowdonia National Park
- Betws-y-Coed - 2 miles
- One of three cottages in grounds of 17th Century Country House
- Pub/restaurant 400 yards in village
- Walking, fishing, cycling, horse riding
- Mountains, woodland, lakes and rivers
- Situated in Snowdonia National Park
- National Trust properties, Portmerion
- Steam railways of Ffestiniog, Snowdon Mountain Railway and Welsh Highland Railway.
The Coach House is a traditional 17th Century cottage, sleeping 4, situated in a peaceful location in the grounds of Llannerch Goch near Betws-y-Coed in Snowdonia, North Wales. This is a cottage which has been sympathetically restored by the owner, retaining many original features including oak beams. The cottage has central heating and double glazing throughout, and, along with the owner's two other holiday cottages at Llannerch Goch, enjoys views stretching as far as the peaks of Snowdonia.
The Coach House cottage has a well equipped kitchen/dining room, with French Doors where you can enjoy a romantic dinner when the children are tucked up for the night. In the lounge, comfortable furnishings and a wood burning stove effect gas fire keep you snug in all weathers and the cottage is equipped with TV and Sky Freeview. The Coach House has a double bedroom and a twin bedroom (with 2'6 beds) as well as a bathroom, which has a bath with shower over, a toilet and basin. The cottage is decorated throughout with quality furnishings and decor and is maintained to a high standard.
An outside patio provides the perfect place for al-fresco dining or enjoying a glass of wine while you take in the beautiful views of the mountains.
Ideal for that well deserved romantic break or special occasion, this rural retreat will allow you to leave everyday life behind! Or if you are holidaying with a large group, but still prefer the privacy of separate accommodation, why not enquire about booking three cottages together?
Directions to Cottage
The Coach House is located at Llannerch Goch, Capel Garmon, Betws-y-Coed, Snowdonia. Full directions available on request.
Heating, and electricity are included plus bed linen and towels. Smoking is not permitted at the cottage.
Ideal for couples or a family.
To book this pretty retreat with stunning scenery in Snowdonia, click the enquiry button below and request availability and prices.
The Old Coach House, Llannerch Goch, Capel Garmon, Betws-y-Coed, Snowdonia, Wales