The Shippon

Llechwedd, The Conwy Valley, North Wales & Snowdonia (Ref. 1390)

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  • Sleeps

    2

  • Bedrooms

    1

  • Bathrooms

    1

  • Pets

    Yes

Features

  • Off road parking
  • Open fire
  • Smoke-free
  • Garden / Patio
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi

The property

The Shippon is an 18th century detached barn conversion within a three acre rural setting in the Conwy Valley.

The cottage sleeps two people in one mezzanine king-size double bedroom.

There is also a ground floor bathroom, a kitchen, and a cosy sitting room with a dining area and a woodburner.

The patio to the rear allows you to soak up the views of the three acres in which the cottage is situated and there is off road parking for two cars.

The Shippon is an ideal location for a relaxing break any time of the year.

Accommodation

One bedroom: 1 x mezzanine king-size double. Ground floor bathroom with double-ended bath, hand held shower, basin & WC. Fitted kitchen. Cosy sitting room with dining area & woodburner.

Amenities

  • Woodburner in sitting room with central heating
  • Gas oven and hob, fridge, dishwasher, TV, FreeSat, DVD, stereo/CD, SuperFast Broadband WiFi
  • All gas and electricity inc in rent
  • One large basket of logs & a bucket of coal provided - additional logs can be purchased from owner
  • Bed linen & towels inc. in rent
  • Off road parking for 2 cars
  • Front patio area with furniture & BBQ
  • Summer stabling/grazing for horses available at additional cost - contact owner for further information
  • Two well-behaved dogs welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop & pub 1.5 miles
  • Note: Babes-in-arms only
  • Note: Caution - property has a low front door and beams
  • Note: Property accessed via a gravel farm track.

About the location

CONWY

Llandudno 5 miles; Betws-y-Coed 16 miles.

Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South.

Conwy is an historic town and has been declared a World Heritage Site in recognition of its architecture and other links with the past. The town is most renowned for its medieval castle and town walls that are almost complete, both of which offer fantastic views of Snowdonia and the estuary of the River Conwy. Today Conwy is a bustling town that caters for both tourists and the local community. Ancient buildings sit comfortably among more recent properties and there is an abundance of places to visit. Top of the list is the Castle, but there are many more, including Plas Mawr, an architectural gem and said to be the finest surviving Elizabethan townhouse to be found anywhere in Britain. Towards the quayside you will find Aberconwy House a 14th Century merchant's house believed to be the oldest townhouse in Wales. It has been carefully restored to reflect the daily life of its residents over time. On the quayside you may enter the smallest house in Britain or visit the Aquarium and Conwy mussel museum. Take a boat trip on the river and see the Great Orme, or sail upriver to see the full beauty of the Conwy Estuary and the Conwy Valley.