Tŷ'r Gofalwr

Llanrwst/ Betws-y-Coed, Snowdonia National Park
Guests: 4       Wifi: not available       Pets? Strictly no pets allowed

Tŷ'r Gofalwr

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Snowdonian holiday cottage with a 5* interior, on a wonderful Victorian country house estate. This wonderful cottage near Betws-y-Coed has the perfect location for a Snowdonia holiday in North Wales.

Situated in the heart of Snowdonia, this former coach house and dairy has been lovingly renovated with original artwork by well-known British artists.

Tŷ'r Gofalwr (Caretaker's cottage), is located on a lovely Snowdonian country house estate within the 14 acres of its own grounds, parkland and Victorian kitchen garden.

The cottage is situated in the grounds of the main house which is home to an art gallery and coffee shop.

It is only 1.5 miles to lovely Llanrwst (antiques, castle, cafes) or just 3 miles from Betws-Y-Coed (the heart of the National Park), and close to some breathtaking mountain walks and miles of gorgeous beaches, this makes it the perfect retreat for a family or two couples. Just 20 minutes to the beach!

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A haven. A beautiful place to stay combining tranquillity and connectivity. The cottage is extremely comfortable and well equipped, peacefully located in extensive grounds. That said, the gallery and...

Neil B, October 2020

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arrival at
15:00
depart by
10:00
guests
4
7 nights from
£547 (based on 2 staying)
7 nights up to
£1260 (based on 2 staying)
pets
strictly no pets allowed
bed layout
Master Double, Double

facilities at Tŷ'r Gofalwr

bathroom
bath
general
farm or rural location
open fire / woodburner
activities
pub nearby (walkable)
media & technology
television and reception
cleaning services
washing machine
infants
young children welcome

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in detail

The cottage is fully central heated with also a wood burner.

Ground Floor:

  • Living room with wood-burner
  • Dining room/Kitchen area, electric oven and induction hob, dishwasher, washing machine (dryer available in the main house), microwave, fridge, radio
  • High chair, iron & ironing board also provided
  • Living area with CD /DVD player, flatscreen TV
  • Bathroom with bath and separate shower, wash hand basin and toilet
  • WIFI available

First Floor:

  • Bedroom 1 - Kingsize bed
  • Bedroom 2 - Kingsize bed
  • Can sleep 5 by prior arrangement (Child Z-bed)

Outside:

  • Access over 14 acres of grounds and parkland including a Victorian walled garden being lovingly restored to its former glory.
  • Access to the art gallery and coffee shop
  • Plenty of parking

local area

  • Snowdonia National Park - all around you!
  • Mountain biking - nearby at Betws y Coed, Blaenau Ffestiniog or Coed y Brenin
  • Go Below - underground caving and mine exploration trips - 5 miles (8 mins)
  • Riding stables at Ty Coch, Penmachno - 6 miles (10 mins)
  • Llechwedd Slate Caverns - 11 miles (28 mins)
  • Steam Railways - at Llanberis, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Porthmadog and Snowdonia summit- all with easy driving distance
  • Betws y Coed - centre for outdoor activities - 3 miles (7 mins)
  • Llanrwst - historic market town - 1 mile (5 mins)
  • Trefriw Woollen Mill - traditional working mill - 4 miles (8 mins)
  • Ty Mawr Wybrnant - National Trust, traditional C16th farmstead - 8 miles (15 mins)
  • Dolwyddelan Castle - 7 miles (20 mins)
  • Portmeirion – Italianate village, the setting for the cult series The Prisoner - 45 mins
  • Harlech - with its Castle- 45 mins

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customer reviews for Tŷ'r Gofalwr

A haven. A beautiful place to stay combining tranquillity and connectivity. The cottage is extremely comfortable and well equipped, peacefully located in extensive grounds. That said, the gallery and cafe provide a perfect counterpoint just next door. The food is very wholesome, the gallery ambience is perfect and the staff are extremely genial, led by Ralph, the owner. A wonderful base for the high mountains, the lush valleys and the coast.

- Neil B,
October 2020

A beautiful cottage in beautiful surroundings. We were greeted by Ralph who showed us around the cottage. It has a modern, large kitchen, lounge with two large, settees and wood burning fire, large comfortable beds and a nice bathroom with hot shower. The cottage was cleaned to a very high standard, with particular attention to Covid requirements. Our stay was relaxing and comfortable. A nice touch was the coffee, cake and bottle of wine left as a welcome gift. The art gallery and cafe on the site is also a wonderful place to visit and have a light lunch or indulge in great cakes. Will definitely come back. Thank you Ralph and Roland for making our stay during this challenging Covid time so relaxing. September 2020

- Anne P,
September 2020

We had a wonderful time travelling to North Wale and staying at Tŷ'r Gofalwr cottages. The owner, Ralph, greeted us on arrival and showed us around the cottage and his lovely 17 acre property. The cottage was super cute, quaint and very quiet. It was additionally lovely to receive a welcome gift of bottle of wine, cake and coffee - which we enjoyed immediately as we settled in. We made lots of day trips in and around Wales based out of Betws-y-Coed including a challenging day hiking up and down Snowden. We loved that the cottage had a large bath tub to soak our weary calves! The central location of the hotel made things easy for us to access. We would highly recommend the cottage to anyone looking for a high quality cottage getaway in Wales. Philip.

- Philip B,
September 2020

Lovely cottage with comfortable beds. The interiord ere both comfirtable and interesting with carefully chosen pictures and objects. We all had a great time in lovely surroundings. The only niggle was that the birds mess from the swifts nesting above the doorway could have been cleared more regularly, as promised. Overall highly recommended.

- Lucy R,
August 2020

We had a great stay. The cottage had been refurbished to a very high standard. It had received a Covid deep clean prior to our arrival which was very reassuring. Ralph, one of the owners, showed us to the cottage and explaned the essentials. The main house, which is an art gallery and coffee shop, is very impressive, as are the extensive and well maintained grounds. Highy recommended.

- Peter F,
August 2020

What a brilliant week and beautiful cottage! Roland and Ralph are lovely hosts and the onsite gallery, lunches and cakes are a must. Very close to beaches (Colwyn Bay and Llandudno) Great Orme, Zip World, we very much hope to return!

- Sadie N,
July 2020

Lovely cottage, very comfortable and good location.

- Joanna M,
October 2019

Really lovely holiday property - quiet, private, lovely grounds, tastefully furnished. Great location with easy drives to lots of fabulous places in Snowdonia and on the North Wales coast.

- John M,
August 2018

Excellent cottage in a great location. Good quality fixtures and fittings and classy deco. The grounds surrounding are excellent as well - acres of space and very tranquil despite being so close to Betws y Coed. Thoroughly recommended

- Mark T,
August 2018

Thank you very much for a wonderful stay at this lovely place. Perfectly located for trips into Snowdonia National Park or to the North Wales coast. Very comfortable, lovely new central heating system keeps it warm and cosy. Beds and sofas have been improved since the pictures on the UTT site have been taken, providing additional comfort. Fully equipped kitchen and great bathroom with hot water available at all times. The welcome pack of wine, flapjacks and coffee was also a lovely surprise. The café and art gallery next door are gems and we had a very warm welcome from the owner. Can thoroughly recommend.

- Silke E,
February 2018