|Beautiful cottage in the delightful hillside village of Trefriw, North Wales. Please visit our website, e-mail or call for bookings, more information and details of special offers.
Cottages Accommodation and Facilities
Trefriw Cottage provides versatile and spacious 2 bedroom self catering accommodation which can sleep up to 6 people (2 doubles + 1 bunk).
There is a fully equipped kitchen (with fridge freezer and washer dryer) were you can cook up culinary delights to enjoy in the large dining room, or why not have a barbecue in our delightful garden and listen to the sound of the stream below.
The living room (separate from the dining room) is a place to just sit back and relax in the comfy sofas, or stay cosy in front of the wood stove. It's also a great place to enjoy a book or plan your next day's adventures. The living room has a TV and DVD Player.
At the end of a busy day you can retire to our comfortable bedrooms, where all towels and bed linen are provided as standard.
The bathroom is a nice 3 piece bathroom with bath and shower over bath.
The cottage has full gas central heating as well as a wood stove (which is a nice luxury in winter).
Parking for 2 cars is available in front of the cottage. Well behaved pets are welcome for a small charge.
Set in the heart of North Wales; Trefriw is a great place to explore. Snowdonia is on your doorstep so there's a whole host of activities. Whether it's hiking, mountain biking, golf, fishing or more relaxing activities such as exploring the local castles and gardens there is something for everyone. If you're a family, couple or just groups of friends we're sure you'll want to keep coming back.
Trefriw also has a number of excellent pubs serving delicious food, and a great selection of local ales in a friendly atmosphere.
Local attractions include Trefriw Woolen Mill, Trefriw Spa, walks to Geirionydd and Crafnant Lakes and Fairy Falls.
Other places to nearby in North Wales, include the stunning Conwy Castle and beautiful Bodnant Gardens, Penmachno house, as well as many other National Trust, Welsh Heritage and privately run attractions.