A charming, 17th century, stone built cottage, supremely located in the delightful village of Betws-y-Coed, the property is the oldest house in the village and was a former Coaching Inn known as the Miners Inn. Bodlondeb also had the first ever telephone exchange in the village.
Bodlondeb is light and airy throughout and decorated in a traditional style, amid an inviting "home from home" atmosphere. The house will accommodate eleven people in comfort and has been sensitively renovated to provide a pleasant bright airy interior while retaining the original character of the house. Bodlondeb has been recently extended to provide 5 double bedrooms with two of them having superb en-suite facilities.
There is an elevated south facing private garden. A decked area provides seating with panoramic views of the valley and a lawn with flower and shrub borders provides a pleasant outlook. Discover the famous Pont-y-Pair bridge, spanning the surging waters of the picturesque River Llugwy, just a stone's throw from the property on the quiet B5106 road to Gwydir Castle. The drive has parking for three or four cars and is only a few minutes walk to the shops, pubs and restaurants in the village,without the need to use a car, just park up, relax and unwind.
Renowned as the "Gateway to Snowdonia", Betws-y-Coed provides excellent mountaineering, mountain biking, canoeing and nature watching opportunities amidst the stunning mountain range that surrounds the area, together with a good choice of shops and pubs. An ideal base for an all year round action packed or restful holiday. We will look forward to welcoming you to our self catering holiday cottage in Betws y Coed and we will do our utmost to make sure you enjoy your stay with us.
Balcony or terrace, Wi-Fi available, Garden, Highchair available
Parking, Non-Smoking property
Walking holidays, Water sports, Horse riding, Fishing, Golf course