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2 Tan-y-Fedw, Trefriw, Betws-y-Coed, Snowdonia - 4 star VisitWales - [pronounced Tan er Ved oo - Beneath the Birches]

No.2 Tan-y-Fedw is a traditional stone cottage built about 1850 available for self-catering holidays. The cottage is in the picturesque village of Trefriw, within the Snowdonia National Park, and 5 miles from the busy village of Betws-y-Coed. There are numerous walks from the cottage including the `Trefriw Trails', a set of walks ranging from an all-abilities walk up to more invigorating walks to Llyn Cowlyd and beyond. For an evening stroll, there are pathways on the cobs (embankments) through the fields opposite the house.

The cottage is ideal for a romantic break for 2, a family get-a-way, or for a group of three friends. The main bedroom is a good size and can be set up in two ways. For that romantic break or for parents, there is a Super King size bed for you to enjoy the luxury of space and the bedroom has views over the fields opposite the house. Alternatively, the room can be set up with two single beds for friends or family.

The second bedroom contains a single bed with views down the Conwy Valley. This room would be ideal for a child or for the third person in a group of friends.
The bathroom is a modern design with clean lines and contains a good sized shower suite, WC and basin.

On the ground floor, the lounge has a log burning stove for cosy evenings. There is a colour TV and DVD player (bring your favourite films with you!) and a radio/CD player for quiet evenings together. The kitchen is well equipped and you should find nearly everything you may need to produce home-cooked food. There is an electric oven and 4 ring gas hob with canopy extractor hood above, microwave, fridge/freezer and washing machine. The village shops can provide good quality local ingredients. There is a dining table and chairs for three people.

However, you are on holiday! There are a number of pubs/restaurants within walking distance of the cottage and sample menus are in the welcome folder for you to choose your destination in the evening.

Outside in the garden, there is a raised patio with a table and chairs to either dine outdoors or just relax with a glass of wine whilst watching the sheep graze in the fields opposite. The garden is terraced and the terraces are unfenced so are unsuitable for unsupervised children; there is a playing field in the village. The garden shed is available for storage of bicycles.

We hope this gives you a flavour of the cottage and we look forward to hearing from you.

  • Sleeps up to 3 people

  • Bed linen and towels provided

  • Gas and Electricity included

  • Available throughout the year

  • Short breaks available

  • No pets

  • No smoking

From the South entering the village on the B5106, keep on the main road. Go past Trefriw Woollen Mill and continue until you see a brown sign advertising the Roman Spa. We are about 30 metres beyond the brown sign on the left side.
From the North entering the village on the B5106, the Princes Arms will be on your right hand side. We are about 50 metres further on, again on the right hand side.
Grid reference: 278363

Andrew and Ann Bradshaw,

East, Top Road, Trefriw LL27 0JU

Telephone (International):- +44 1492 640025

Telephone (UK):- 01492 640025



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