Ty John

Tyn-y-Coed Farm, Rowen, The Conwy Valley, North Wales & Snowdonia (Ref. 1683)

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  • Sleeps

    6

  • Bedrooms

    3

  • Bathrooms

    2

  • Pets

    Yes

Features

  • Off road parking
  • Open fire
  • Smoke-free
  • Garden / Patio
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi

Tyn-y-coed Farm Cottages

Rowen 1 mile. Established in 1839, Tyn-y-Coed is a 15-acre working smallholding, in a wonderfully scenic position amidst the tranquil countryside of the Conwy Valley, enjoying views over rolling fields to the wooded hills and mountains beyond. Four luxury properties have been created by the careful conversion of the farm's 19th century stone barns. Oozing character, the spacious accommodation combines original features, such as exposed stone walls, beamed ceilings, solid oak pillars and timber framed walls, with 21st century comforts. Nearby are the picturesque village of Rowen and historic Conwy with its famous castle and excellent links golf course. Situated within the Snowdonia National Park, Tyn-y-Coed Farm is great for touring or simply relaxing. Note: The properties can be booked together to accommodate groups of up to 24.

The property

What started life as a 19th Century, stone-built barn has been lovingly converted into spectacular accommodation that would suit a large family or a group of friends.

Solid oak pillars, timber framed walls and exposed beams give the cottage a wonderfully rustic feel, while the addition of modern facilities, such as a microwave and DVD player ensure that all the comforts of home are immediately at your disposal.

Accommodation

Three bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Fitted kitchen. Large dining room. Spacious sitting room with woodburner and French windows to patio and garden.

Amenities

  • Gas central heating with woodburner
  • Gas cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, WiFi, TV, video, DVD, stereo/CD
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Fuel for woodburner available to be purchased locally
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Cot and highchair on request
  • Off road parking for 2 cars
  • Bike storage
  • Well established garden with garden furniture
  • Two well-behaved dogs welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop and village pub with food 1 mile
  • Oldest licensed premises in Wales and restaurant 1.5 miles
  • Sea 4 miles.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute

About the location

ROWEN

Conwy 4 miles; Llandudno 7 miles; Betws-y-Coed 12 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.

Located in North Wales in the Conwy Valley within the Snowdonia National Park, Rowen is a tiny hamlet comprising of pretty whitewashed cottages and stunning views. Rowen is a favourite with walkers and ramblers who explore the surrounding moorland and countryside. The Roman Road, which passes above Rowen, leads past many sites of historical interest including the Maen-y-Bardd, a megalithic burial chamber that dates back to 3,500BC. Set high on a hill, it offers some spectacular views along the valley as well as giving evidence of some of the earliest settlements in the area. A little further along you will find the standing stones of Bwlch y Ddeufaen, which carry an estimated date of around 2,000BC. Conwy, a World Heritage Site, is only a short drive away. Conwy has its own castle and Roman walls that almost completely encircle the town. Here you will find Plas Mawr, one of the best preserved medieval townhouses in the UK. As well as numerous National Trust properties, there are also stunning beaches on which to enjoy a variety of water sports, the famous Bodnant Gardens, Victorian Llandudno and the village of Betws-y-Coed, also known as ‘the Gateway to Snowdonia'.