Warrandyte Cottage, Dwygyfylchi & The Surrounding Area
Warrandyte Cottage is located in Dwygyfylchi, Conwy, within Snowdonia National Park. There has been a building on this site since the early 1800s which possibly began it's life as a barn but was certainly a cottage by the 1880s. Sitting on the edge of the pretty village of Dwygyfylchi with views out to sea, it is sheltered by Foel Lûs, the mountain at the back. A short walk up the path beyond the garden gate offers fabulous views of Llandudno, Anglesey and out to the Isle of Man on clear days. Scramble higher and you join the Jubilee track from which you can reach the neolithic standing stones of Meini Hirion. Although classed as 'Druid' remains these have been proven to be at least a 1000 years earlier. A few yards down the road is Penmaenmawr Golf Club which welcomes visitors to enjoy a round of golf and club house facilities with spectacular views. A quaint pub, two restaurants and a hotel within a mile of the cottage all offer delicious food at reasonable prices.
And beyond, the historic towns and castles of Wales and those all important adventure parks for the children: so much to see and do; we believe we have the perfect location from where to Visit Wales.
- Dwygyfylchi - A pretty historic village in the Snowdonia National Park
- Conwy – visit the walled market town by the River Conwy, home to Aberconwy Abbey
- Snowdonia National Park – climb Wales' highest mountain... or jump on the train!
- Caernarfon – the port on the eastern shore of the Menai Straits, overlooking Anglesey
- Llandudno – know as "Queen of the Welsh Resorts", the largest seaside resort in Wales
- Colwyn Bay – explore historic attractions and famous beaches
- Beaumaris & Anglesey - The last of Edward 1st formidable castles and the ancient home of the Druids
The cottage is located near to the junction of Conway Old Road with Treforris Road, minutes drive from the North Wales Expressway (A55):