Looking for Conwy? Try Dwygyfylchi. Walking distance to town yet offering so much more. The splendour of nature in the shelter of our beautiful valley.
Our cosy, romantic accommodation for 4/5 guests Warrandyte is ideal for exploring North Wales. Enjoy your breakfast or evening drinks on the pretty garden patio, challenge the hill climbs from the back garden gate, stroll along the beach in the spring sunshine. Who could ask for more?
Our quaint little granite cottage nestles 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, its a world away from rush and the 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 and relax. 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 from the cottage windows, there's no better place to access everywhere, quickly and easily. The local beach is a 10 minutes walk from the cottage and only 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 breath taking; 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 and 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 quaint shops and interesting galleries, there's so much to choose from there's never enough time.
The adrenaline adventure sports of Zipworld, Zip Fforest 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 through the village 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.
For more information please visit our website http://www.snowdoniaholidaycottage.com/