North Wales Holiday Cottage


Self Catering Holiday Cottages

These two holiday cottages have been converted and furnished to a very high standard each with their own special features and charms.

The character of the original farm buildings has been retained with exposed beams and stone walls but with 21st century technology to keep guests warm and snug in the winter and cool in the summer.  Both buildings have underfloor heating with a biomass boiler providing heat and hot water. The thick stone walls and slate roofs have lots of insulation and with double glazed oak windows the cottages will keep warm through the coldest winter and cool during the summer.

Both cottages have WiFi and there is a good mobile signal.  The living areas have a comfortable sofa, dining table and chairs, TV with Netflix, DVD/Blueray player and music system with DAB radio and bluetooth.  Kitchens have a hob, oven, microwave, toaster, fridge and all the cooking utensils you would expect to find at home.

The bedrooms have a superking size bed or two singles, depending on your requirements.  The en suite bathrooms have underfloor heating and showers with plenty of hot water.

Both cottages have a terrace or garden area with a BBQ and all guests have access to the grounds and field in front of the buildings where they can use the fire pit or just sit and stare at the stunning views of the Berwyn mountains.

There is private parking, secure bicycle storage, bike wash facilities and a laundry which also has a shared freezer.  We provide bed linen and towels and the cottages are cleaned weekly.

Dogs are welcome in the Stable.

  • Secure Bike Storage
  • Bike Wash Area with pressure washer
  • Car parking
  • BBQ
  • Fire Pit
  • Washing Machine
  • Tumble Dryer
  • Free fast 4G broadband
  • Iron and Ironing Board
  • Hair Dryer
  • TV and DVD/BlueRay Player
  • DAB radio with CD player and bluetooth
  • DVDs, Books and Board Games
  • Underfloor heating

Have a look at the stable and barn for more information.

I live next door to the cottages in Ty Hen (meaning old house in Welsh).  The house and farm buildings date back to the 16th century.  The previous owners converted the small farmhouse and milking parlour into a Welsh style Long House in the early 90s.  We started our conversions in December 2014.  The land around the house is still farmed and is owned by my neighbour, Pen y Bryn, a mixed beef and sheep farm.

I want to make your stay as enjoyable as possible and am more than happy to help and advise and share my knowledge of local cycle routes and trails, and pubs.  When you book I will send you an information pack crammed full of information about the local area including the best places to walk, run, cycle, eat and drink.

I love North Wales and hope you will too.