A great way to enjoy this area is by staying in one of the many Conwy holiday cottages in this picturesque corner of Wales. Conwy is a small North coast borough of Wales most famous for Conwy Castle which forms part of the walled town and built by Edward1 of England. The town also has a suspension bridge designed by Thomas Telford. The surrounding region is full of beautiful countryside, ideal for long walks with the dog. Conwy liest at the western end of the magnificent Snowdonian Mountains. Take a trip to the top Mount Snowdon, either on foot or on the old Victorian 'Rack-and-Pinion' train.
A luxuriously furnished cottage in a rural setting, No 1 Railway Cottages welcomes five guests to a remarkable and relaxing holiday in Betws-y-Coed and the spectacular Snowdonia National Park. Modern amenities ensure a relaxing holiday getaway amidst the natural beauty of North Wales.
Situated in an elevated rural location just outside the walled market town of Conwy, Cymryd Uchaf is is a pet-friendly cottage. Its four lush gardens overlook lovely Conwy Bay and offer views of the nearby Snowdonia National Park. This large coastal cottage sleeps 8.
Set on a 150-acre working farm, Ty Nant is perfect for a family of up to seven to experience the beautiful North Welsh countryside near Betws y Code. With three comfortable bedrooms, a well-equipped kitchen and cosy sitting area, you’ll feel right at home in this pet-friendly Snowdonia cottage.
Lletty is a luxurious Grade II listed farm cottage sitting on the beautiful Bodnant Estate in Conwy, Wales. The pet-friendly cottage promises seclusion and beautiful views, as well as an open fire, exposed beams, wooden and slate floors, a bread oven and glorious grounds ideal for wining and dining.
Ty Cerrig is a rural cottage lying in the stunning Bodnant Estate in Colwyn Bay, Conwy. The pet-friendly cottage offers verdant gardens, multiple outdoor entertaining spaces, wonderful views and true seclusion. A woodburning stove adds to the property’s charm, and woodland surrounds the cottage.
Visitors to Alpine Lodge are offered the rare privilege of enjoying a rural cottage nestled between the mountains and the sea. The pet-free, detached cottage sits in its own grounds on the outskirts of Rhyd-y-Foel, in North Wales and is just moments from Snowdonia and the sandy beaches of Abergele.
Visit Snowdonia from this delightful stone built, romantic cottage for two just minutes from Betws-y-Coed. Royal Oak Farm Cottage promises tranquillity in a tastefully restored one-bedroom cottage. Wooden décor features strongly in this cottage, which is equipped with all of the comforts of home.
The Ship Inn, once a pub in Colwyn Bay in North Wales, has been comfortably and stylishly converted to create a large, dog friendly holiday cottage sleeping 34 guests in 12 spacious bedrooms, with a 5-minute walk of the beach.
Treflys Bach, converted from the old village smithy stable, now offers comfortable accommodation as a countryside cottage in the rural village of Penmachno, Conwy, featuring exposed beams and stonework from its former life and views of picturesque Snowdonia National Park.
This large, family-friendly holiday home in North Wales sleeps 12 guests in 5 bedrooms, yards from the beach in Rhos on Sea near Colwyn Bay. With a large and well-equipped games room and secure rear garden, Meadway House offers beach holidays with days out in Snowdonia. Pets welcome.
Make a holiday to Colwyn Bay, Clwyd, and the North Wales coast pleasant and comfortable by staying at Gwern Tyno, a rural cottage situated in the picturesque Nant-Y-Glyn Valley, with sitting room and dining area that provides access to a patio and large garden affording magnificent farmland views.
Penrhyddion Ucha spoils families with its traditional character, gorgeous views, games room and large garden. The pet-friendly Snowdonia farmhouse on a working farm near Betws-y-Coed offers exposed beams and an open fire. The rural cottage is perfectly situated for exploration of North Wales.
Hikers and outdoor enthusiasts will love the proximity to Snowdonia of this six-bedroom rural cottage. Farmhouse lies in the Conwy village of Pentrefoelas and boasts views of the stunning countryside as well as wheelchair access, endless entertainment options, cosy open fires and a games room.
A gravel farm track leads guests to the restored 18th century detached barn known as the Shippon, which is located in Llechwedd, North Wales and boasts romantic charm, modern fittings and a mezzanine bedroom for couples. The pet-friendly cottage is surrounded by gardens and magnificent views.
This is a Welsh beauty! A large 16-bedroom pet friendly holiday property with off-road parking sleeping up to 59 guests on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park in Penmaenmawr. Located on the North Wales coast near Conwy, Mountain View is just a 10-minute walk from the beach.
Llletty is a Grade II listed, stone farmhouse situated on the Bodnant Estate near Colwyn Bay in Conwy. The rural cottage has been lovingly restored and its grounds include mature gardens, lawned areas and the small Annexe. The pet-friendly property boasts an open fire and gorgeous views.
Ty Newydd is an impressive rural cottage with stunning views to Conwy Estuary. The pet-friendly cottage sits on the vast Bodnant Estate near Colwyn Bay and offers guests a truly luxurious property with extensive gardens, period features and a chance to connect with nature and the outdoors.
Enjoy self-catering holidays in North Wales with family and friends at Hendre Aled Farmhouse, a large and secluded pet-friendly farmhouse sleeping 12 near Llansannan in the Conwy Valley. This 4-bedroom house is perfectly located for exploring the North Wales coastal resorts and Snowdonia.
Railway enthusiasts or just families with children will find much to fill a day at the Conwy Railway Museum, in the picturesque village of Betws-y-Coed. The museum features, train rides, artefacts, miniature engines, model railways, as well as tram rides and a set of dodgems. The nearby Victorian seaside resort of Llandudno will easily fill a day or more of your holiday. As well as it’s long beach and promenade, it has first-class theatre (Venu Cymru) and multi-screen cinema facilities, some great shops, and a cable car ride to the top of the Great Orme, the large headland in whose lee, Llandudno nestles. Finish your day at Enoch’s Fish and Chips, run by a local fish merchant whose reputation is such that his regulars travel from miles around.