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The Berwyn-cosy countryside bolthole

SuperhostiteľCorwen, Spojené kráľovstvo
Celý dom pre hostí hostené hostiteľom Paul And Donna
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Up the drive you'll find Maesmor Fechan Barn, The Berwyn is our recently renovated, self contained outbuilding situated next to our property. Featuring double bed, Freeview TV, DVD player & DVDs, sofa, microwave, fridge with tea & coffee & en-suite shower & wc.
Our rural setting has stunning views over The Berwyn Mountains & lots of local wildlife. Outdoor seating, stone circle & steep steps the river Ceirw.
We've dogs, cats, goats & chickens & just one neighbouring property next door.

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South-facing & overlooking the Berwyn Mountains with breathtaking views.
There are lots of stunning walks around this area for all abilities including the picturesque Llyn Alwen, Llyn Brenig and for the more energetic a 32 mile Brenig Way walk (you don't have to do the whole 32 miles in one go!), the whole area is a Walkers paradise, in fact Corwen actually has its own annual walking festival. The Snowdonia national park boundry is literally 10 minutes away, Mount Snowdon itself is 45 minutes away as is Cadair Idris and the other mountains. Betws y Coed is a lovely town just a 30 minute drive away and LLangollen-home of the famous Eisteddfod is 20 minutes. We are lucky as we see Red Kite's, Buzzards, Herron's, Woodpeckers and Pheasants almost daily, in spring we have little lambs playing in the fields next to us.
Inside, the Berwyn is compact, warm and cosy, with everything required for a relaxing retreat.
The building is super insulated, constructed of brick and stone, insulated with kingspan and thermalite blocks and finished with larch cladding. The Berwyn has one room plus an en-suite shower room and WC. There is a double bed, bedside cabinets and drawers for storing your belongings, a sofa to sit and enjoy a cup of coffee whilst admiring the view through the patio doors. There is a small kitchenette area where you can prepare a sandwich etc, cupboards, small sink, a microwave, tea and coffee and a fridge for your convenience. Through the other window you’ll find more countryside views of our stone circle and goat/hen paddock. This cosy accommodation has a spacious feel due to the vaulted ceiling.
If you do however need to stay connected, there is free WiFi at the pub and at Rhug estate both of which are just down the road, however if you give us a nice smile we may let you in to use the WiFi in our home if you need to download a few emails etc. Should you need an iron if you are going to a function please ask and we will provide ours.

WHERE TO GO AND PLACES TO SEE

“If its the outdoors you looking for then this is definitely the place to be”

Mountains, Waterfalls and Walks

Visit or climb Wales’ highest mountain Snowdon, or one of our other less busy mountains such as Cader Idris, for more experienced climbers Tryfan or Crib Goch.

10 minutes from here-start a 7 hr walk across the Berwyn Mountains, Cadair Bronwen, Cadair Berwyn, Moel Sych and visit wales highest waterfall Pistall Rhyder. Although a good level of fitness is required-The Berwyn’s are more rolling hills and less challenging that Snowdonia’s crags.

Pistyll Rhaeadr is an enchanting waterfall in the Berwyn Mountains. At 240ft (80m) high it is Britain's tallest single-drop waterfall, captivating all who visit her and is about 50 minutes away by car if you don’t want the days walk. Although it doesn't have the volume or the width it is in fact higher than Niagara Falls in the USA and Canada.

Just up the road from here there’s Llyn Alwen (our favourite) and Llyn Brenig, have a 3 hr walk or if you have a cycle go round both lakes, there’s also fishing for trout at Lynn Brenig. Clocaenog forest is just a few minutes away has lots of walking trails and cycle routes

Towns and Villages

Betws y coed is a lovely small town just 25 minutes away, have a leisurely stroll along the river, be sure to look at the waterfalls from the bridge, if your lucky you may see the Salmon are leaping while working their way upstream.

Nearby before you get to Betws y coed there’s the beautiful Fairy Glen, The river weaves between two sides of a small natural rocky gorge, climb amongst the rocks and if the river is safe dare to swim in the cold waters. Fairy Glen is a gorgeous wooded dingle and considered one of the prettiest spots in the area. This area is so called the Fairy Glen for the mythical sprites (elves and fairiy spirits) which are said to live there.

Llangollen is another lovely riverside town, a drink on the deck of The Cornmill is a must watching the river rapids rush past and seeing the Steam trains leaving the station across the river. You can take the steam train from Llangollen to Corwen or the reverse way.

The Seaside

If its the coast you want the go to Barmouth approximately 50 minutes drive, Barmouth is a traditional seaside town with a small harbour and fantastic beach. Be sure to have the award winning fish and chips while you are there.

Travel along the coast road and stop at Harlech, visit the castle a Grade I-listed medieval fortification constructed atop a spur of rock close to the Irish sea.

Further on is Porthmadoc another harbour town, visit the amazing Portmeirion Italian Village which was created by Welsh architect Clough Williams-Ellis from 1925 to 1976. He wanted to show how a naturally beautiful site could be developed without spoiling it. Today Portmeirion is one of Wales' premier visitor attractions, welcoming over 200,000 visitors every year. 

Conwy is about an hour away, Conwy Town a world heritage site with an imposing thirteenth-century castle and walls. Conwy has a quaint harbour and has the smallest house in wales.

Adrenaline Junkies

For the thrill seekers near the stunning Snowdon range, in what once was the world’s largest slate quarry, Penrhyn Quarry near Bethesda is now home to the fastest zip line in the world, Velocity 2, where you can fly 500m above the bright blue quarry lake. Learn all about the history of the quarry on the Penrhyn Quarry Tour or watch the zippers fly by from the Restaurant or Café.

For sailing or watersport fans Bala is just 15 minutes away. The area is alive with rivers, tumbling off the mountains to create great bodies of water. The Tryweryn and Dee flow either side of Bala, creating Llyn Tegid (Bala Lake) – Wales’ largest natural lake. Whether it’s sailing, canoeing, wild swimming or trout fishing you’ll find a place here.

If you want mountain biking then around Dolgellau you have everything including the flat Mawddach Trail which follows the old railway bed to the lovely seaside town of Barmouth. If hurtling down hills on two wheels is your thing, then Coed y Brenin Mountain Bike Centre is close by, where there are also great walks and waterfalls.
Further north you have the rugged slate tracks of Antur Stiniog in Blaenau Ffestiniog.

LLandegla Forest also has a mountain bike centre and is 20 minute drive from here.

A little more relaxing

Bodnant Gardens-one of Britain’s great garden not to be missed, perched above the River Conwy it has views across the valley to the Snowdonia National Park and is a fantastic day out for garden lovers.

Spa Day your thing? The Wild Pheasant Hotel in Llangollen offers a half day using the pool, sauna, steam room etc for just £10.

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This is a self contained building where you are free to come and go as you please. Our rural setting is peaceful and quiet (apart from Alan - our sweet natured Cockerel) and we have the most amazing views, you are welcome to sit by/on our stone circle and just let the world go by. Or you can try the steep steps down to the river below (you may find our Goats, Dolly & Kiki follow you to join in the fun).
Our drive is directly from the main A5 and we have plenty of parking right by the accomodation.

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We are both Gold Award Denbighshire Tourism Ambassador's so we may be able to point you in the right direction for walks, attractions in the area.
Up the drive you'll find Maesmor Fechan Barn, The Berwyn is our recently renovated, self contained outbuilding situated next to our property. Featuring double bed, Freeview TV, DVD player & DVDs, sofa, microwave, fridge with tea & coffee & en-suite shower & wc.
Our rural setting has stunning views over The Berwyn Mountains & lots of local wildlife. Outdoor seating, stone circle & steep steps the river Ceirw.…
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Maerdy is a small hamlet within easy access of Snowdonia, fantastic for walkers, mountain bikers and all outdoor activities. We are just 15 minutes from Bala, 20 minutes from LLangollen, 25 minutes from Betws y Coed and 5 minutes from Corwen which has a range of takeaway's and a couple of restaurants. Snowdon and Cader Idris are 45 minutes away for anyone keen on mountain climbing. Our local country pub The Goat Inn is a 5 minute walk from the drive. Award winning Rhug estate is just 3 minutes down the road and has a fabulous bistro, open early for breakfast and offers fabulous food till 5pm, it has a farm shop, a drive through and a walk where you can see the herd of Bison.
Maerdy is a small hamlet within easy access of Snowdonia, fantastic for walkers, mountain bikers and all outdoor activities. We are just 15 minutes from Bala, 20 minutes from LLangollen, 25 minutes from Betws y…

Hostiteľ: Paul And Donna

Členom od roku január 2018
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After long careers in financial services we escaped to the country 8 years ago. Our time is now spent walking our own and other peoples dogs in the fabulous Welsh countryside right on our doorstep.
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