Dolmurgoch is a Wales Tourist Board 4 STAR stone built cottage set in a secluded location in the heart of the Lledr Valley - one of Wales' most beautiful locations. A stream runs past the cottage and on through our fifteen acres of land toward the Afon (River) Lledr.
Snowdonia Retreat, Fron Goch, West Wing, is situated in the Lledr Valley, in the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales, surrounded by breath taking views of the hills and valley and only a short journey to Mount Snowdon and Capel Curig, for all your mountaineering.
We stayed here myself, husband and 11 year old daughter along with our Border Terrier. Stunning views, peaceful location (gentle bird dawn chorus, and distant sheep bleating). Comfortable cottage, wit… More
Thank you for a lovely review, so glad you enjoyed your stay with us, I have adjusted the water temperature now so that the shower is useable properly, thank you for pointing it out so that we could make future peoples stay even more enjoyable.
Reviewed 18 Sep 2016
Set in total tranquility ..the drive to the top of the lane is an experience in itself. Mandie was amiable. In order to avoid confusion perhaps in future guests shoukd be physically shown to their win… More
Semi detached cottage in the village of Dolwyddelan in the beautiful LLedr valley, which is set amongst the forests, mountains, rivers and lakes of the Snowdonia national park and ideally located for walking, climbing, mountain biking and sightseeing. Explore the many c
Beautiful Holiday Cottage in North Wales. Available for autumn, winter, spring or summer breaks Delightfull holiday cottage in the village of Dolwyddelan, in the heart of Snowdonia. Secluded but not remote and with easy access to main transport links. 4 be
“Picturesque, well located and so nice to have a river running around the grounds”
Reviewed 14 Jan 2014
I loved this cottage, it has a couple of acres where the local farmer brings his sheep and lambs, the river has a small beach to it so makes for a relaxing sit down at the end of a day's outing. There… More
“Fantastic location .... Good base for exploring Snowdonia”
Reviewed 14 Jan 2014
The property is spacious and stands within a large plot which includes a river where the grandchildren spent hours playing (take an inflatable boat for extra enjoyment). The "beach" area next to the … More
Cae Du is Well located for easy access to the many attractions the area has to offer,being close to Betws-Y-Coed, North Wales' most popular village. You are spoilt for choice with the variety of activities both inland and coastal. Hiking, climbing and canoeing, to mount
This was our second time of staying at Cae Du and on both occasions we've had two wonderful weeks in beautiful surroundings. The house is welcoming, very clean and comfortable, well equipped with lov… More
Thank you fro visiting us again, we are delighted you have another enjoyable stay, thank you again for your kind comments.
“A perfect place in a stunning location.......”
Reviewed 4 Jan 2015
Our family of 12 and 2 dogs, Just stayed at Cae du for 1 week over the Xmas period and What an Amazing time we all had. We arrived Late on the 21st December so it was dark when we got there but from … More
Polly and I are so pleased you found Cae Du to be the right place to stay over Christmas, only sorry you did not get any snow, which if not too much is a lot nicer than rain. Thank you for taking the time to write you kind review.
A very Happy new Year to you and your family too
“A dream holiday house, garden and location”
Reviewed 1 Sep 2014
Cae du provided the most perfect base for exploring north wales. The house and garden is breathtakingly beautiful- something for every family member- extensive garden and river to explore, terrace and… More
Thank you for your kind words, we are delighted the house lived up to your expectations
Victoria Lodge is lavishly equipped and tastefully furnished, ideally located for walking, mountain biking, climbing, sightseeing and adrenaline junkies will love our location. There are slate mines, caverns, zip lines, giant trampoline nets, high ropes adventure cours
The house itself is converted to to a very high standard, and has a nicely quirky layout and feel. It is well-equipped and is situated in the heart of a beautiful valley. We are not bikers or ramblers… More
Reviewed 5 Apr 2012
Beautiful Lodge with amazing accommodation, lovely decor and garden.The location was very good for visiting many parts ofNorth Wales.
The village has a shop and good beer at the pub. We enjoyed good … More
“Great customer service, great accomofation, great location - even in February!”
Reviewed 19 Apr 2015
This converted chaple is a real find. We stayed here with our two boys and grandparents. The standard of accommodation and customer service is easily up there with the best places we have stayed. We h… More
This stunning Welsh cottage is full of oldie world charm and character located in the lovely Lledr valley, 4 miles from Blaenau Ffestiniog and it's famous zipwire, mountain bike centre and underground trampolines. It's only 20 minutes drive from Yr Wyddfa, Snowdon; Wale
Bwthyn yr Eglwys offers a great place to relax in the middle of Snowdonia National Park, with the added bonus of being within a short walking distance of a village pub and shop. Located on a quiet side street on the outskirts of the mountain village of Dolwyddelan, this
"Gwenallt" is an attractive traditional stone Welsh cottage about 150 years old, and has some low doorways. It is cosy and warm and comfortably furnished with a simple cottage style decor, retaining many original features. The small but convenient fitted kitchen
We've fallen in love with Dolwyddelan and Gwenalt cottage. Gwenalt is situated in a very pretty village close to Betws y coed. A river runs through the village and the awesome Moel Siabod mountain tow… More
“Picture perfect cottage set in a beautiful location.”
Reviewed 4 Aug 2014
Making our booking was made easy through quick and efficient communication.
The external appearance of the cottage is a dream picture postcard. set in a tranquil peaceful location. The house provided… More
“Excellent cottage and location”
Reviewed 26 Jul 2014
We just finished a four day stay in Gwenallt which is a charming cottage in a great location for seeing much of North Wales. The cottage was very comfortable for our family of five. It was clean and… More
Fron Goch Cottage is set in the Snowdonia mountains just off the old Roman Road with panoramic views down the valley towards Dolwyddelan and surrounding mountains of Snowdonia, just 10 minutes from Betws Y Coed and in the opposite direction 10 mins from Blaenau Ffestini