Dwygyfylchi & WARRANDYTE COTTAGE
Dwygyfylchi. is a pretty village located in the scenic Sychnant Valley, which has the advantage of spectacular views and the shelter of of Conwy Mountain & Foel Lus, two of Snowdon’s foothills. The mountains surrounding the village have long been the home of historic tribes who used the hilltop vantages points to ward off their foes and who left their mark on the landscape for future generations to explore. There are still Neolithic standing stones, Meini Hirion, which you can access from the Jubilee path and well worth the scramble if only for the amazing views out to sea.
Look out seaward and you are rewarded with views from Anglesey & Puffin Island, to Llandudno and even the Isle of Man on a clear day. Clinging to the hillside the heather & gorse are home to skylarks and an array of butterflies, homing in on the scent of the wildflowers on the breeze, and at the top the wild ponies and mountain sheep guard the standing stones, much as they must have done centuries ago.
And this is the home of Warrandyte Cottage, a charming 2 bedroom cottage dating back to the early 1800s. From every window there is a view to delight the eyes, to tempt the holiday maker to explore the many walking paths, go down to the blue-flag beach, (just a 10 minutes walk,) or enjoy a round of golf, again 5 minutes from the cottage gate.
The village has 2 pubs, (Fairy Glen & The Gladstone,) both within walking distance and a new Indian restaurant, the Peacock Lounge, so why not let Mum have a night off and enjoy our local cuisine?
Just a short drive away is Conwy with its’ historic castle & Llandudno once called the Queen of resorts. Zipworld, SurfSnowdonia and many other delights await the adrenaline junkies so there is something for everyone and just a stones’ throw away. Keep the children happy and the parents can relax and enjoy. Happy holidays!
- 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):