About Warrandyte Cottage, Dwygyfylchi, North wales
Warrandyte Cottage in Dwygyfylchi, is a traditional Welsh cottage offering relaxing accommodation amongst beautiful surroundings.
Nestling in the shelter of Foel Lûs on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park, this gem amongst Welsh holiday cottages offers exceptional accommodation for the discerning client who enjoys comfort and character.
Less than 2 hours drive from the major conurbations of Manchester, Liverpool and Stoke-on-Trent we are ideally placed for a short break; perfect for watersports, mountain walking or just relaxing on the beautiful beaches. Surrounded by fabulous views and clean, fresh air, it's so close to home and yet a world away.
With holiday cottages location is everything and Warrandyte is the perfect place to stay when you Vist Wales. Just 10 minutes from Conwy, 15 from Llandudno, with fabulous seaviews & oh so clean beaches, mountain scrambles from the garden gate, thenwhen you want more there are the intriguing Welsh castles and manor houses just waiting to be explored. Great for teaching the kids history. When they want more there are the adventure parks, from the gentle Greenwood Park, to the rip-roaring Zipworld and a whole host in between.
Our comfortable home is gas centrally heated throughout and accommodates up to 5 guests. For cosy nights in during the winter months we have a large log burner in the spacious lounge diner and a fully equipped kitchen which has a new dual-fuel cooker completes the ground floor.
With consideration for the expectations of our guests with allergies we have a NO PETS & NO SMOKING POLICY.
There is unrestricted road-side parking opposite the cottage.
A small step into the porch leads to the fully carpeted through lounge/dining area with another small step into the tiled kitchen area. Bedrooms and shower-room with sink and WC are on the first floor.
Upstairs Bedrooms & Facilities
The two double bedrooms, one of which gives access to the secluded, sheltered, garden and patio allows you the pleasure of your evening meal or a last glass of wine before falling into the comfortable bed.
The front bedroom, which looks out to Anglesey and Puffin Island, has two single beds, (which can be made into a super-king,) and an extendable child's bed with pocket sprung mattress, so can be used as a family room. The shower room with sink and WC is also on the first floor.
For those wanting a holiday away from the kitchen, there is a local pub in Dwygyfylchi, the Fairy Glen, and a hotel, the Gladstone, serving meals most days, both are less than a mile away. There is also the Austrian Restaurant on Conwy Old Road which opens on Thursdays, Friday, Saturday evenings and Sunday lunch.
Views from the front windows at the cottage look across the Menai Strait towards Puffin Island and Anglesey. The garden gate at the back takes you on a short walk to the bench on the hillside where you get the finest sunsets across the water as far as the Great Orme.
Should you wish to take the challenge of the hill's steep path you join the Jubilee Track at the top where you can enjoy the glory of Wales at your feet with the Menai Straits and Puffin Island tempting you to visit tomorrow. Walk on and you come across the 'Druid circle', the finest neolithic remains in North Wales. Wildlife is all around you with the Welsh mountain ponies grazing on the hillsides and soaring high above the buzzard keeps a look out for his lunch.