Tan y Fedw, Self Catering holiday cottage in Trefriw, Snowdonia
In the garden, there is a raised patio with table and chairs.
The lounge has a wood burning stove, Colour TV and DVD player and a radio/CD player for quiet evenings together.
The kingsize/twin bedroom


An introduction to Tan-y-Fedw


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Tan-y-Fedw is a traditional cottage in the quiet and pretty village of Trefriw, within the Snowdonia National Park, and 5 miles from the busier village of Betws-y-Coed.

Set in the beautiful Conwy Valley between Betws-y-Coed and Conwy, the cottage is ideal for self-catering holidays.

The Cottage

The master bedroom has a Super King size bed for you to enjoy the luxury of space.  Alternatively, the master bedroom can be set up with twin beds (two single beds) for friends or family.

The second bedroom contains a single bed so would be ideal for a child or for the third person in a group of friends. This flexibility makes the cottage perfect for a romantic break for two, for a family or for a group of friends.

The comfortable lounge has a wood burning stove for cosy evenings together.  There is also a Colour TV and DVD player (bring your favourite films with you) and a radio/CD player.

The kitchen should have everything you need to produce quality home-cooked food and is well equipped. The shops in Trefriw village are just minutes away and provide good quality local ingredients.

You may not wish to cook when you are on holiday however!  Within walking distance of the holiday cottage, there are a number of pubs/restaurants in Trefriw and in the welcome folder there are sample menus for you to choose your destination in the evening.

The garden has a raised patio with table and chairs to relax with a glass of wine whilst watching the sheep graze in the fields opposite or to dine outdoors. The garden terraces are unfenced for you to admire the view, but are unsuitable for unsupervised children.

Other facilities

•     Bedlinen and towels provided
•     TV and DVD player
•     Washing machine
•     Ironing facilities
•     Microwave
•     Fridge and freezer
•     Non-smoking
•     No pets
•     Open all year
•     Credit cards accepted

2010/2011 Prices

From £280 - £530


Located within the Snowdonia National Park, the pretty village of Trefriw is what rural Wales is all about. The cottage benefits from village facilities (local shops, eating places, etc) but with excellent views of the Conwy Valley. The more well-known village of Betws y Coed is about 5 miles away.

Trefriw is in the Snowdonia National Park at the foot of the Carneddau Mountain Range.

The location is ideal to explore the varied attractions of North Wales, including Betws-y-Coed, Snowdonia, the North Wales Coast and Anglesey. There are lakes (Llyn Geirionydd and Llyn Crafnant) in the hills above the village to enjoy the scenery or to explore on foot.

The village of Trefriw has a working Woollen Mill where you can see cloth being made and you can browse the large mill shop. Just outside the village you can visit Trefriw Wells Spa and taste the iron-rich waters or visit the World's largest garden maze.

The area has many historical attractions including castles at Caernarfon, Dolwyddelan and Harlech plus the walled town of Conwy with its fairytale castle which is just down the valley.

Wales is famous for its steam railways, and within easy reach are the Ffestiniog Railway, Welsh Highland Railway, Snowdon Mountain Railway and Llangollen Railway.

Activities to be enjoyed include walking; there are many walks direct from the cottage including the 'Trefriw Trails', walks starting with an all-abilities walk and ranging up to more energetic walks to Llyn Cowlyd and beyond. There are also pathways on the cobs (embankments) across the fields opposite the house for a relaxing stroll. The high peaks of the Snowdonia National Park are nearby and you can walk up onto the Carneddau directly from the cottage.

There are numerous other activities available including exploring the local golf courses in Betws-y-Coed, Llandudno and Conwy, birdwatching at the local RSPB reserve at Conwy or independently to spot Buzzards, a Chough or maybe the many moorland birds nearby.

In Trefriw, there is a choice of places to eat and local shops in the village where you can buy good quality local produce. The local market town of Llanrwst is about 2 miles away (and makes a pleasant stroll).  The well-known coastal resort of Llandudno is down the valley and has a wide range of famous name shopping including Debenhams, Marks & Spencer, Next, Burtons, BHS, Asda and Tesco.


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Contact Details

2 Tan y Fedw
LL27 0JW
T: 01492 640025