2 Bedroom (Sleeps 5) Holiday Cottage Conwy

Warrandyte Cottage, Snowdonia National Park, LL34 6RB Bookings now welcome from 6th September 2020, from £350 for a 3 night stay or £480 for a full week

At a glance: Child Friendly, Wifi, Garden.

Cottage ref : P27176
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  • Property Type Holiday Cottage
  • Location Conwy
  • Sleeps 5
  • Bedrooms 2 Bedroom
  • Bathrooms 1
  • Minimum nights stay3
  • Low season price per week£440
  • High season price per week£650
  • Average price per week£440
  • Customer rating 5.0 / 5 ( 18 reviews )
  • Please contact the owner directly to confirm the price and availability

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Are you looking for a cosy, romantic accommodation for up to 5 guests but have comfort as your priority - then Warrandyte is the place for you. Our quaint little granite cottage perched on a hillside looking out to sea and sheltered by the foothills of the Snowdonian range is the perfect place to enjoy the tranquillity of North Wales, but is within a short driving distance to all the major heritage sites, adventure parks, adrenaline sports and for those of a gentler nature just 4 minutes walk to a scenic golf course; - a world away from the rush and stress of work-a-day life.

Just 2 hours from all the major UK cities of the north and midlands, this is the ideal spot to put down roots whilst relaxing. With your comfort in mind we have furnished the cottage to a high standard as is evident from the reviews we receive. The lounge features a cosy log-burner for those who enjoy the flicker of a fire on those cool evenings to add to the full gas central heating which warms throughout the property, it's perfect for summer vacations or cosy winter breaks.

On the edge of the pretty village of Dwygyfylchi, with views of the sea, Puffin Island and Anglesey's shoreline from the cottage windows, there's no better place to access everywhere, quickly and easily. Our local beach is a 10 minutes walk from the cottage and a 4 minutes stroll brings you to the scenic golf course.

Snowdonia's foothills wrap around the village with many tempting paths to explore, (one can be accessed from the garden gate.) The views out to Anglesey, the Great Orme and beyond are spectacular - this is definitely the place to enjoy stunning sunsets. The path from the garden gate takes you up to the Jubilee track and the Neolithic standing stones and menhirs, alleged to be the finest in Wales. The views along the way are breathtaking; buzzards soar above and on the mountains wild ponies graze, keeping an eye out for any passing hiker with the odd apple to spare.

Our safe, secluded back garden is great for the children and with benefit of being south-facing gets the benefit of the sunshine most of the day. A perfect place to eat al fresco or enjoy your bottle of wine in the evening. (Garden furniture is provided for your use.)

Four local hostelries/restaurants serving good food are in the village so there's no need to be a slave to the kitchen; but should you need a convenience store, there is one in the village and a delicatessen and a petrol station at the on the A55, so you don't need to go far to stock up on all you need. A major supermarket is just ten minutes drive along the A55 at the Conwy/Deganwy junction.

The main coastal towns of North Wales with their magnificent castles steeped in history are just a short trip away and the quaint cobbled streets that surround them is a delight for young and old alike, with historic houses and a multitude of interesting shops and galleries, there's so much to choose from there's never enough time.

The new adrenaline adventure sports of Zipworld, Bounce-Below and Surf Snowdonia, have to be on every thrill-seekers list of 'to dos'; again only a short drive away. Even for gentler souls, such a thrill to watch. But for those who enjoy relaxing pastimes, there are talks and exhibitions at Pensychnant Conservation Centre, a gentle round of golf, exploring the hills around the village even taking the challenge of scaling Snowdon's peak; there's something for everyone.

If messing around in boats is for you, a gentle trip around the scenic shoreline from Conwy harbour or Beaumaris pier shows-off the north Wales coast at it's best and allows you to spy on the dolphins, seals and puffins as they go about their daily chores, whilst at Penmaemawr or Conwy Marina you too can join in watersports. Power boat trips are guaranteed to blow away the cobwebs with Bear Grylls on the Menai Straits if you crave that extra adrenaline fix.

For the little ones there are many adventure parks and sea zoos to enjoy, again just 30 minutes drive from the cottage and when you're totally spent the beach calls - it's bucket and spade time. A 10 minute walk down to the beach and you can relax down on the beach.

Warrandyte has all you could ask of a perfect holiday - a world away from the stress of everyday life. It's got everything you could wish for to keep all the family entertained and yet gives the peace and serenity of feeling miles away from everywhere.

For the convenience of guests with allergies, we have a no pets & no smoking policy.

Contact 07935365071
For more information please visit our website http://www.snowdoniaholidaycottage.com/


Cottage in Conwy - Just Perfect!

By Dinny Laufenboeck on 10-Oct-2017

From the kind and thoughtful reception by hosts Christine and Andrew to all appointments within Warrandyte Cottage, we have no hesitation in recommending this accommodation to any holidaymaker looking for a home away from home - with the added advantage of being within such easy walking and driving distance of all that North Wales has to offer.

We were truly sorry to leave and will assuredly be back.

5 of of 5

A Wonderful Stay at Warrandyte Cottage

By M S From Canada on 25-Sep-2017

Location, location, location. This is a marvellous part of the world; so much natural beauty at every turn and Warrandyte Cottage is perfectly situated. It is a small, but very clean and comfortable accommodation. The hosts, Christine and Andrew were outstanding in their helpful and very friendly guidance to ensure we got the most out of our stay. I am confident in recommending Warrandyte Cottage.

5 of of 5


By Stiefel Klaus, Germany on 30-Aug-2017

Warrandyte is an excellent cottage. Everything is in good condition, the
cottage is well appointed, especially the shower is perfect.
The rooms are beautifull.

5 of of 5

Warrendyte Cottage, Dwygyfylchi near Conwy

By Bev Thompson on 19-Aug-2017

This is an excellent property. This was our fourth time of staying here and it has become a real home from home, we LOVE it! There is so much to do and see in the surrounding area;
the walks are breathtaking, the beaches are good and Conwy is delightful. The cottage is of a really high standard with everything you could possibly need. It is good for a visit at any time of year as the wood-burning stove provides a warm, cosy atmosphere and there are lots of books, games and music to enjoy when you come in from your exhilarating walks. Will be booking our next visit before too long!!!

5 of of 5

Wonderful cottage.

By Luc Vervliet on 07-Jul-2017

We (family of three) had the opportunity to spend a fortnight in this beautiful cottage, an we did have a great time. The cottage itself is cosy, in pristine condition and very well equipped. Great beds (boxsprings!) nice kitchen (everything you need : good hob, microwave oven, water cooker, toaster, sharp knives even…) The owners are very friendly and helpful.

The location is what you expect : Wales, so lovely nature (Snowdonia), friendly people, castles (and dragons) nearby, beautiful towns (Llandudno, Conwy...), great local food (e.g. in Bodnant Welsh Food Centre). Not too far : shops, Tesco. Of course we had Welsh weather : not too hot, cloudy, then sunny, even some drizzle and sometimes a little rain....

5 of of 5

Fantastic Cottage In North Wales

By David Pseja on 01-Jul-2017

This cottage was one of the highlights of our trip to Wales. The owners have thought of everything to make for a cozy, enjoyable stay--they were there to greet us warmly. The view of the sea from the porch and bedroom is a real treat, as are the garden and view of the mountain behind. The cottage slept our family of 4 very comfortably, and was in the perfect location to explore all of north Wales. We would highly recommend this property and hope to stay there again if our travels take us to Wales.

5 of of 5

A beautiful 'home from home.'

By Madders Isle Of Man on 20-Mar-2017

We were met by Christine and Andrew, the owners on Saturday and had a lovely chat about the things we needed to know about the cottage and the area. There was a welcome basket of bread, butter, eggs, jams, orange juice and milk. There was also some tea and coffee bags so you could leave the shopping until Sunday if you arrived late.

The cottage was really comfortable, especially the beds. Everything you could possibly need is provided, including boxes of tissues in all the rooms, a lovely touch.

There are plenty of brochures, games, DVDs, CDs and walk books available. We were on a walking holiday and found that there were more than enough options for walks in the books and folders.

The cottage garden is delightful. Enclosed and a South facing sun trap. We had breakfast outside most mornings and a well earned cuppa after our walk in the late afternoon.

Dwygyfylchi is a good central place for the North Wales area. Plenty of places nearby to go on good and bad days. We had booked to go to 'Zipworld' at Bethesda for a hair raising 100mph whizz on the mile long zip wire, not scary just a great big thrill!

We went into Conwy to eat a couple of evenings, but the best food we had was at the Fairy Glen pub just a mile away up the road towards Conwy in Capelulo. Exceptionally well cooked home made food, big portions and very reasonable. We went there 4 times in the week! Alfredo's in Conwy was a good Italian restaurant.

We had great weather, great food and together with the lovely cottage and kindness of Christine and Andrew, we had a fabulous holiday.

Sharon and Bernice

Isle of Man

5 of of 5

Peace and Tranquility

By Mike + Lindsay Stead on 22-Sep-2016

We spent 5 nights at Warrandyte Cottage to relax at the end of a very busy family visit to North Wales. Christine and Andrew met all of our needs with friendly responsive support when we needed it.
The Cottage is fully equipped with everything a family needs from the kitchen, washing machine through to garden amenities. There is also an extensive collection of local guides, board games and dvd's. Internet connectivity and TV programming is great.
This is a great place to be based for Snowdonia as you can access the A55 in a matter of minutes to access Llanberis, Ogwen or Anglesey yet saunter down to the beach (go at low tide) in 10 minutes or stroll into Penmaenmawr for supplies if you do not feel like driving.
There are great walks from the cottage up Foel Lus (right behind) or up the Sychnant Pass to Conway Mountain or the Welsh Coastal Path.The views from the top are wonderful especially in dawn or dusk light.
We plan to use this cottage for future visits to this area.

5 of of 5

The perfect getaway!

By Andrew & Anne on 17-Sep-2016

This property was as near perfect as we have found. Having stayed in many holiday cottages over the years we have become quite expert in finding fault! Hard to find any fault here. It was spotless, extremely well equipped, with matching crockery, utensils etc., beautifully furnished with comfortable seating. In fact like living in a home rather than a holiday cottage. Location is exceptional with walks right on the doorstep, none better than the walk from the back garden up onto the hill behind the cottage. With Conwy only a few minutes drive away, also Anglesey, Snowdonia, need I go on! Contact with Andrew & Christine has been very easy & friendly with nothing too much trouble. They seem to have pitched everything just right. Thank you both so much. A real find.

5 of of 5

Cozy cottage with a character

By Inga G. Lincoln on 04-Sep-2016

The cottage is seamless combination of modern comforts and historical accents. It retains its centuries old soul that speaks to you through its fireplace, beamed ceilings and carefully selected items throughout the house.

5 of of 5

Extremely comfortable and homely. Stunning mountain views to the rear and sea views at the front.

By Anonymous on 16-Aug-2016

Our family of two adults and two children stayed here in August 2016. Warrendyte Cottage is very warm, cosy and spotlessly clean. Christine and Andrew are the very friendly owners who have created a home from home place to stay with attention to all ages. The beds are comfortable, the towels are very good quality and the kitchen is well stocked with everything you need.Should you wish to light the wood burner, wood is provided also.

If you stay at Warrendyte cottage you will be in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park with an abundance of things to do and places to visit from blue flag beaches, historic towns, fantastic walks and for the adrenaline seekers Zip World is on hand.

Conwy town is a stunning 10 minute drive away through the Sychnant Pass. The town has a castle, good restaurants, a fantastic butchers and ice cream parlour so what more could you need. To sum up the cottage is fantastic and the location is perfect with mountains and beautiful beaches. Enjoy.

5 of of 5

Absolutely fabulous accommodation. Highly recommen

By Pam M. on 22-Jul-2016

This is simply the loveliest accommodation we've stayed in. My 7 year old thought it was the best house ever! The owners Christine and Andrew are a lovely couple and have put so much time and effort into making this a real home from home. The comfiest beds ever, beautiful bedding, fluffy towels, the welcome breakfast hamper, Lovely shower gels...loads of fantastic information and booklets on what to do on n. Wales including activities to suit big ones and little ones. Oh and the French doors leading out to a beautifully kept garden with stunning views. I could simply go on here. My 3 year old loved her little goldilocks bed. Such a well positioned cottage for exploring n. Wales and an easy walk to a couple of nearby restaurants. Wish we'd stayed longer. Thank you Christine and Andrew for a wonderful stay and making us feel so welcome and looked after.

5 of of 5


By Rodney L. on 14-Jun-2016

One of the best holiday cottages we have stayed in,it had everything we needed and more.The owners have put a lot of thought into it to make it home from home.Location is perfect we recommend taking the mountain pass from Conwy instead of A55, which is very picturesque..Our favourite part of the cottage was the French doors from the bedroom on to patio with well attended garden and mountain as a backdrop.We will be back.

5 of of 5

Lovely cottage in wonderful location with added extras

By Deb F. on 05-Jun-2016

Booking process all very straight forward and Christine was helpful and responded quickly to all queries. Arrived to a lovely welcome from Christine & Andrew and welcome basket of essentials alongside a gift and card for our Daughter celebrating her 3rd birthday ( a lovely thoughtful touch).

Cottage was in lovely location and very scenic with sea to front and mountains to back. Lovely quality bedding and towels and other nice touches throughout. Cottage was lovely and well maintained throughout.

Loads of info for all ages of things to do and see in the local area.

Would highly recommend and this is far more superior than some we have stayed at. Thank you Deborah, Martin & Charlotte.

5 of of 5

Beautiful cottage with wonderful views

By Donna F. on 31-May-2016

This was our first visit to north Wales and we couldn't have picked a nicer place to stay. It was a perfect base from which to explore all the wonderful places around us. Warrandyte is a lovely quaint cottage with everything you could possibly need with all home comforts. The garden is beautiful and lovely to sit out in on a warm evening. The owners, Christine and Andrew were a pleasure to deal with during the booking process, they couldn't have been more helpful. The cottage is in walking distance to two lovely pubs, both serving good food reasonably priced. I was very impressed with the quality of the bedding and towels provided,. We look forward to visiting again soon. Donna and family

5 of of 5

Beautiful Cottage Home From Home,Fab Location

By Pamela P. on 15-Nov-2015

Beautiful Cottage home from home,Had a fab relaxing week and would definitely

recommend,Hope to stay again could not fault anything about it.The owners very

helpful and the welcome pack with essentials was a lovely touch and appreciated,

we could not have asked for a better place to stay.

5 of of 5

Great comfy cottage in a fabulous location

By Linsay M. on 23-Jun-2015

Had a great stay in this home from home cottage, lovely to sit out on the decking will the hills behind and the sea in front. Fantastic log fire which made the house so cosy to chill out and relax in, Ideally situation for some great walks in the snowdonia national park, with the beach just a short stroll away. Would definitely recommend this cottage, the welcome basket and toiletries were an added bonus and the owners Christine and Andrew made us very welcome on our arrival. Lovely cottage, great area we'll definitely will be returning

5 of of 5

This cottage is spacious, well equiped and homely

By Emma-Louise A. on 14-Jun-2015

The owners, Christine and Andrew, met us with the keys on arrival as their housekeeper was on her honeymoon. The house was spotless and felt more like a home than a holiday cottage with everything in it that you could possibly need for a comfortable stay as well as an excellent choice of dvds and books. The position of the cottage is perfect; great for walking (including to the beach and hillsides) and close enough to reach shops and a choice of good restaurants. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay, were spoilt with our welcome pack and the friendliness of the owners and would strongly recommend this cottage to anyone visiting this area of Wales.

5 of of 5
19 July - 3 Sept 2020 Beach bathing
£660.00 per week
4 Sept - 1 Oct 2020 Autumn Glory
£480.00 per week
2 Oct - 19 Dec 2020 Senior specials
£420.00 per week
20 Dec - 2 Jan 2020 Deck the Halls
£700.00 per week
3 Jan - 2 Apr 2021 Snow on the tops
£450.00 per week
3 Apr - 16 Apr 2021 Easter egg hunt
£500.00 per week
17 Apr - 30 Apr 2021 Spring arrives
£460.00 per week
1 May - 28 May Garden glory
£500.00 per week
29 May - 16 Jul 2021 Seniors summer
£560.00 per week
17 Jul - 3 Sep 2021 Beach bathing
£750.00 per week
4 Sep - 1 Oct 2021 Autumn glory
£550.00 per week
2 Oct - 17 Dec 2021 Seniors' special
£460.00 per week
18 Dec 2021 - 2 Jan 2022 Deck the Halls
£750.00 per week
Children Welcome
Refrigerator Hob Oven
Microwave Pantry item Coffee maker
Toaster Dining seats Dining room
Internet Fireplace Wood stove
Heating Linens provided Washing machine
Living room Hairdryer Ironing board
Television Dvds Video library
Music library Games Books
Garden Bicycles Golf
Adventure Away from it all Family
Historic Romantic Sports activities
Tourist attractions
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