Cwm Self Catering Farmhouse near Snowdon, North Wales
Cwm is a self catering farmhouse providing quality holiday accommodation for up to 8 people. Close to the Snowdon Horseshoe it is surrounded by stunning mountain scenery.
- quality self catering farmhouse
- sleeps 8
- dogs allowed (up to 2)
- 7 miles from Betws-y-Coed
- close to Snowdon
Latest Offers and Late Availability for Cwm
14th January @£550 for the week
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|Sat 03 Dec 2016||£560||SB||S S M T W T F|
|Key: Day = Available , Day = Booked , Day = Reserved , Day = Closed|
Cottage facilities at a glance
- cottage sleeps 8
- 4 bedrooms
- bedlinen & towels provided
- TV and DVD player
- pool table
- washing machine
- tumble dryer in outside shed
- electric oven and hob
- log burner
- central heating
- garden with furniture
- parking for 5 cars
- non smoking
- dogs allowed (up to 2)
- children welcome
- cot/highchair available
- electricity included
- Saturday changeover
- see availability and prices
About this Holiday Cottage
This 16th century house stands on a 1,200 acre farm in the most stunning location surrounded by fabulous valley and mountain views including the majestic Snowdon Horseshoe. Cwm, a Welsh long house, has many traditional features including a priest hiding hole behind the inglenook fireplace.
Upstairs: The farmhouse has 4 bedrooms, 2 double bedrooms (1 with a 5' bed kingsize bed) and 2 twin rooms. There is a bathroom (with bath, basin and WC, and stunning views of Moel Siabod), and a shower room (with shower, basin and WC).
Downstairs: There is a fully equipped kitchen with adjoining dining room, a comfortable lounge with exposed beams and log burner set in an inglenook. There is an additional sitting room with pool table, TV and log burner.
Outside: There is ample private parking for up to 5 cars. There is a garden surrounding the house including a patio with panoramic views of the surrounding mountains. There is a table tennis table in the shed.
This self catering farmhouse is in a peaceful location in the Snowdonia National Park, between the village of Capel Curig, and Snowdon (the highest mountain in England and Wales). Seven miles away is the well known beauty spot of Betws-y-Coed. Set on a 1,200 acre traditional Welsh farm, it is perfect for those seeking a quiet relaxing break or holiday.
For more information about Betws-y-Coed, Snowdonia and the rest of North Wales see our location page.
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