Detached retreat for two with pretty garden nestled in beautiful countryside, near Conwy and Glan Conwy, close to North Wales coast. Perfect to relax and enjoy the culture, attractions and activities.
Enjoy a romantic escape in the picturesque Conwy Valley, watched over by the mighty mountains of Snowdonia, in this homely and traditional cottage - not forgetting your beloved pup of course! Set on the owner’s quiet farm with rolling countryside in all directions, there are plenty of opportunities for walkies, not to mention historical attractions like the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Conwy Castle, just 6 miles from your door.
After a long day exploring all that North Wales has to offer, come home and get cosy. Sink into the sofa in the lounge and pop the TV on while your four-pawed pal dozes at your feet, all by the glow of the pebble-effect electric fire. This rustic lodge atmosphere is enhanced by the exposed beams and wooden flooring that feature throughout the property. Unleash your inner chef in the well-equipped and convenient kitchen, and then dine in the spacious conservatory while you enjoy glorious valley views. On a warmer evening, you could even make use of the BBQ out on the patio, while Rover plays fetch in the garden. After a few rounds of table football in the games room - through which the downstairs bathroom can be accessed - head upstairs and unwind in the comfortable double bedroom, with a dressing room with an en-suite WC just across the landing.
The fresh country air and natural green landscape of the Conwy Valley will ensure a new leash of life for you and your canine companion whatever you choose to do. Aside from the pretty cobbled streets of Conwy, if sandy paws and sea-soaked fur are more your thing, Traeth Pensarn Beach is barely 8.5 miles away (although seasonal restrictions do apply). The cable car up to The Great Orme, Llandudno’s mini-mountain, is a local must, and warmly welcomes four legs as well as two. Or venture into the famous Snowdonia National Park through the little gateway town of Betws-y-Coed (14.5 miles).
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.