Llannefydd is a beautiful village which you will find in the Conwy County Borough in Wales, resting between the Afon Aled and the River Elwy. A holiday cottage in this area is a wonderful choice for a serene escape to nature.It’s perfect for couples seeking a romantic break or families looking to combine a countryside holiday with visits to the beach. Take long, relaxed walks along the riverside or the Afon Aled, where you can either go caving or take in the cascading waterfalls. The Llannefydd village itself is a charming place, with good old traditional pubs like The Hawk and Buckle Inn dotted along the streets, ideal for a peaceful evening with warming food and good beer. For a truly once in a lifetime experience, take the kids to visit the Llaeth Y Llan, which is the Village Dairy. Situated in an idyllic farm and run by friendly folks, this is where the local yogurt is made, loved by all who stop by.
Bring the whole family along to Llaeth Y Llan and plan for a delicious buffet, not forgetting to explore the beautiful gardens while you are there. To learn more about Llannefydd’s history, simply walk through the village, and you will see many listed buildings, such as St. Mary’s church, and also listed bridges and rivers, each one more fascinating than the next. The parish church itself dates to the 5th century, and is the burial ground of Welsh noblewoman Catrin of Berain – ask about her past and be ready for an interesting tale. Also of interest may be the nearby town of Conwy, home to the smallest house in Great Britain, making for a sweet day trip. For a tasty ‘Authentic American’ meal, visit Hickory’s Smokehouse on Rhos on Sea, and feel yourself being swept into the south of the USA. Of course, step back into the street and the mountain range reminds you just where you are, perfect to explore on a mountain bike. It is mixtures like this that makes Wales unforgettable, and a rented cottage in Llannefydd acts as a brilliant home base for all your holiday wanderings.