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Bluebell Cottage

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near Llanrwst, Betws y Coed & Bodnant (View Location on a map)
4 Guests
2 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
No Dogs
£442 7 Night Breaks From
£15.79 Average Per Person Per Night
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Bluebell Cottage was handpicked by our team to join our portfolio. Here's just a few of the reasons we think you'll love staying in Bluebell Cottage too!

  • Conwy Valley holiday cottage to rent near Llandudno
  • 10-minute drive to Betws y Coed -Gateway to Snowdonia
  • Great location for all the outdoor activities of North Wales
  • Easy access to Anglesey
  • Lovely walks from the cottage through woodlands
  • Short Breaks Available throughout the year, except during school holidays

Excellent Quality
Rated 4.3/5 (read reviews)
Features You'll Love

  • WiFi
  • Enclosed Garden
  • Private Parking
  • Real Fire
  • Family Friendly
  • Period Cottage
  • Cot Available
  • Golf Courses Nearby

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About Bluebell Cottage

Conwy Valley holiday cottage, WiFi, sleeps 4, North Wales - easy access to Anglesey

  • One of a pair of pretty wisteria and clematis clad cottages just above the lovely hamlet of Melin y Coed - ' Mill in the Woods' - in the delightful Conwy Valley.
  • Stylish and spacious, this Conwy Valley holiday cottage has been recently fully renovated by the owner (a cabinet maker) who has lovingly and skillfully made all the doors, windows, kitchen units and even the beds in a light ash wood (sleeps 4).
  • The warmly decorated sitting room with log burning stove and comfortable furnishings invites relaxation.
  • The pretty small cottage garden opposite the cottage has a galleried decking area - simply perfect for barbecues or relaxing and enjoying the tranquil setting.
  • Light and airy cottage bedrooms with fresh white decor and crisp white linen have elegant ash furnishings. Sleeps 4.
  • A stylish kitchen diner is fitted with painted white wooden cupboards complimented by ash table chairs, cupboards and shelves arranged with colourful china.
  • Lovely walks from the cottage through woodlands, valleys and fields strewn with wildflowers - bluebells and wild garlic in the spring, cow parsley and campion in the summer, and blackberries and rowan berries in the autumn.



Layout & Further Information

2 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 4. 1 Double and 1 Twin on 1st floor.

Bathroom elegant with white tongue and groove and blue slate coloured walls. Bath with shower over, toilet and washbasin on 1st floor.

Cloakroom on ground floor with washbasin and toilet.

Kitchen luxury fully fitted kitchen with handmade ash units, electric oven, gas hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, table and chairs seating 4.

Sitting Room inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove, large sofa, armchair & easy chair, TV/DVD and video with basic Sky Package, sea grass fitted matting, colourful rugs, pictures, bookcase & lamps.

Grounds small cottage garden opposite with balcony decking, garden furniture, barbecue. Care with toddlers please, not enclosed.

NB: A refundable£100 security deposit is required per booking.


Additional Information

Short breaks - Winter

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - No

Parking - Yes

Fuel - Oil central heating and starter pack of logs inclusive May to September. Outside these dates £25 p/w. Extra logs can be purchased from the owner

Dogs - No - Dogs are welcome after the 25th of July, please enquire for more details 

Travel cot - Yes

Highchair - Yes

Bed linen - Included as standard

Reviews & Comments
Visitors Rate This Property 4.3/5

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Verified Guest
21st August 2019

Bluebell Cottage was very comfortable and well equipped. We had a very peaceful stay.

Reply from: Quality Cottages Team

Thank you for your review, glad that you had a great stay at Bluebell Cottage.

Paula Morton Verified Guest
8th June 2019

Excellent

Michael Rau Verified Guest
2nd June 2019

Positiv:- top located to explore north-west-Wales- everything in the house what you need - quiet - clean - very cosy Negativ :- old heating with oil-smell in the entrance (entrance area is separatible with a door so that was no big problem)

Reply from: Quality Cottages Team

Thank you for your review and feedback, glad you enjoyed your stay.

Michael Verified Guest
8th May 2019

A peaceful two week holiday. The cottage is lovely and well looked after. Its well located for hill walking (you can get to most of the popular routes in under 30 minutes) and for days out at the coast.We were very grateful of the welcome biscuits and wine. This was a nice touch.The cottage is good and we would recommend it. There are two areas to consider for improvement that would have made it excellent:- We stayed for two weeks and would have appreciated a refresh of bed linen and some cleaning after the first week.- There was an information pack with details about the cottage, but it wasnt obvious and we only found it after two days.

Reply from: Quality Cottages Team

Thank you for your detailed review, we are glad you enjoyed your stay and your comments will be forwarded onto the owner.

Verified Guest
13th April 2019

A wonderful welcome in the shape of cookies, a bottle of wine and milk in the fridge. Everything was pristine and we were so impressed with the owner's carpentry skills. Perhaps a new TV would improve the property as the volume is getting dodgy, but apart from that we were happy and very comfortable.

Reply from: Quality Cottages Team

Thank you for your comments we will pass them onto the owner with regard to the TV. Delighted that you enjoyed your stay at Bluebell Cottage.

Guestbook Comments

If you've ever visited a holiday cottage before, you most likely have seen a guestbook in the property for guests to leave a review for others when they arrive. Each of the following comments was lovingly left by people just like you in the guestbook left at Bluebell Cottage.

Alison & Keith, North Yorkshire
29th December 2016

Simply perfect! A fantastic Christmas spent walking the mountains. The Christmas tree and decorations made it special. Thank you again!

Karen & Ben, Stratford Upon Avon
22nd October 2016

A lovely warm and tasteful cottage. We have had a relaxing week, lazy mornings and lots of sight seeing. We enjoyed Penrhyn Castle and seeing red squirrels in Anglesey! Thank you for the biscuits wine and milk, also the supply of wood.

Brett & Ali, Bristol
24th September 2016

Lovely cottage, well equipped and great location. The wine & cake made for a very welcome touch. Would recommend to anyone - thoroughly enjoyed our stay.

Colin & Val, Northampton
3rd September 2016

A lovely cottage with everything we needed. Ideal location. New restaurant The Tal y Cafn well worth a visit.

Thomas, Martina, Ricarde Weldoing, Cologne, Germany
6th August 2016

Thank you very much for the warm welcome, the beautiful sweetpeas & the delicious cake! Wonderful landscape, walks, and a perfect cottage!

About the Area

If you would like more information on the local area, please call us on 01348 837871 to speak to one of our friendly team.

Llanrwst popular market town

  • 1 mile away is Llanrwst, a small historic town with it's Inigo Jones (1636) bridge - and a pretty Virginia creeper covered cottage next to the bridge which serves scrumptious cream teas.The town has a range of amenities including bank, post office, library with internet facilities, supermarket, filling station, chemist, doctor, vet and interesting independent shops. A Farmer's Market is held on the third Saturday of each month - excellent local produce.

Gwydr Castle

  • An imposing Tudor Mansion across the river, is furnished exactly as it would have been 300 years ago - don' t forget to ask about the hidden room where supposedly the ghost of a monk still lingers!

Betws y Coed, Gateway to Snowdonia

  • Betws y Coed, the gateway to Snowdonia, is full of interesting shops and lovely walks along the river.

Family Activities

  • Snowdonia National Park is home to a wealth of family activities. Visit Zip World for the longest Zip Wire ride in Europe, Bounce Below for trampolines strung across old slate caverns, Treetop Trampolines and the Fforest Coaster (a toboggan run on rails through the forest). Surf Snowdonia is a state of the art Water Park with a wave lagoon for learners, improvers and experienced surfers. Learn mountaineering skills (for all levels of experience) at the National Mountain Centre Plas y Bryn.

Llandudno, North Wales premier resort

  • Full of Victorian charm with safe bathing, sandy beaches and a promenade with a wide boulevard, lined with elegant hotels gives it an air of the French Riviera! A delightful day out for 4 guests staying at this Conwy Valley holiday cottage.

Sychnant Pass & the village of Dwygfylchi

  • Take a drive along this spectacular mountain pass via the Upper Gate in the old town walls of Conwy. The road runs along the south side of Conwy Mountain then between the high stone walls of the Pen Sychnant Estate emerging to superb views. It then drops rapidly to the valley floor where it reaches the little village of Dwygyfylchi and the sea. Have your camera ready.

Penmaenmawr Beach & Llanfairfechan Beach

  • Penmaenmawr is a long sandy beach with Blue Flag status. Llanfaifechan is a modest resort popular for its beach and its walks.
  • Lake Geirionnydd in the Gwydyr Forest - safe bathing in peaceful surroundings, ideal for picnics and relaxation - lots to discover close to this Conwy Valley holiday cottage.

CADW Explorer Pass

  • Invest in an Explorer Pass and save money on seeing as many Cadw (official guardian of the built heritage of Wales) attractions as you like in 3 days or 5 days. Passes are available at any staffed Cadw site such as Caernarfon Castle. Good value for 4 guests staying in this Conwy Valley holiday cottage.

Bodnant Garden National Trust

  • Bodnant is a world famous National Trust garden in the Conwy Valley noted for its botanical collections and beautiful Laburnum Arch. There is a large gift shop with many garden accessories and a tearoom.

Dwygyfylchi a Village between sea and mountain

  • Dwygyfylchi is a pleasant coastal village 2 miles west of Conwy. There are a great number of antiquities in the area including cromlechs and stone circles.

Padarn Country Park Walks

  • Enjoy strolling through one or several of the many inviting footpaths crisscrossing this award winning countryside park with Padarn lake and woodland. There are plenty of opportunities to stop and picnic. If you prefer you can also cycle.

Gypsy Wood, Bontnewydd

  • 20 acres of magical fantasy land with fairies - a must for animal lovers and train enthusiasts. Home to Wales largest miniature railway. A fun packed family attraction.

Days away

  • A scenic 1 hour drive through the Snowdonia mountains leads to the iconic bridges over to the Isle of Anglesey. Explore this bucolic landscape with a rugged coastline numerous unspoiled beaches, tiny coves and sleepy villages. Visit Beaumaris Castle, Plas Newydd Country House and Gardens N.T. and ancient Burial Chambers of Lligwy and Bryn Celli Ddu. Eat at Dylan's or The Old Butchers in Menai Bridge, the Oyster Catcher at Rhosneigr or La Marina at Felinheli.


Beautifully presented holiday cottage for year round breaks in the Conwy Valley at the gateway to Snowdonia.

Eat & Drink

See below for a selection of pubs, restaurants, and eateries near Bluebell Cottage.

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The Driven Goose Bistro Bar at Yr Hafod Country House
( 2.7 miles away )

The bistro bar is open to non residents. Wednesday to Sunday for lunch (12.30 - 2.00) : Wednesday to Saturday for dinner (7 -9.30)

The Lion Inn
( 3.8 miles away )

Chef Jones' aim is to cook interesting local fresh food.

Pinnacle Cafe
( 6.1 miles away )

Hearty all day breakfasts, lunches and light snacks located in the Pinnacles Stores

Farmer's Market Llandudno Junction
( 10.6 miles away )

Produce on sale includes meat, fish, fruit, vegetables, cakes, preserves, honey, cheese, chocolate, confectionary, plants, flowers and wool subject to availability. The market is held on the last Wednesday of every month between 9 and 1 at Llandudno Junction RSPB Reserve

Caffi y Copa at Hafod Eryi
( 14.3 miles away )

Booking Hotline 0844 493 8120. Hafod Eryi is a visitor interpretation centre where the Snowdon Mountain railway terminates. There is a shop, toilets & caf

Spice of Llanberis
( 14.8 miles away )

Delicious food with flavours of India and Bangladesh

Allports
( 14.8 miles away )

Award winning fish & chips, open all day every day. Telephone orders welcome.

Bryn Arms
( 15.3 miles away )

Good beer and good food served in the bar or restaurant. Open all day everyday

Tan y Bwlch Cafe
( 15.7 miles away )

Fully licenced cafe serving pizzas, ramblers lunches, fairtrade tea and coffee.

Ye Olde Bulls Head Inn
( 16.3 miles away )

Modern dishes are prepared with flair and imagination using local Anglsey produce including an array of sea food, Welsh Black beef, salt marsh lamb and Anglesey Seasalt. Food is served in the restaurant and in the brasserie. The bar has traditional charm with exposed beams and open fire.

Activities & Attractions

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Bluebell Cottage nestled in a little rural hamlet
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