BodhyfrydConwy, Snowdonia

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Sleeps 7+1
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4 Bedrooms
Bathrooms
2 Bathrooms
Wifi
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Dogs
2 Dogs
Garden
Garden
Overview

“Bodhyfryd” translates from the Welsh to mean "beautiful place,” and when you step into this cosy and welcoming holiday house you will see why it is so named!

A character-filled, traditional cottage with ample living and sleeping spaces, meaning you can have a little space whilst all under the same roof! Premium linens and furnishings throughout, this cottage oozes charm - you will love staying in as much as being out and about exploring the delights of the village which is charming and still has echoes of its Victorian heyday....and beyond!

Outside, attractive spacious gardens delight the eye. Wander out into the morning sun with your teacup and find a spot in one of several, lovely seating areas and listen to the murmur of the brook below the garden wall.

"Quirky, quaint, cosy and bags of character are just some adjectives you'd use to sum up this lovely house nestling in the stunning Sychant Pass. Here you have fantastic walks, a great traditional pub and friendly neighbours. The pretty town of Conwy and its splendid castle, fishing quay and eclectic range of shops are just down the road."

Walk on a view-filled footpath all the way to Conwy to take tea in one of the many lovely cafes, peruse the galleries and shops, before heading back across some of the most enchanting scenery in North Wales, all without getting into your car.

A short car ride away there is fun and adventure for every age and taste from historic Castles to flying the highest zip wire in Wales. At the end of the day there are plenty of excellent dining locations where you can find world-class, award-winning fare and speciality foods that are the pride of the region. Or you can just walk meters to your own, friendly, village pub The Fairy Glen, and dine on tasty traditional pub fare, play a game of pool, join in weekly trivia nights, and enjoy the company of your Capelulo Village neighbours.

 

Facilities
  • Bed linen and towels provided
  • Central Heating
  • Woodburning stove
  • Books, games & DVDs
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Fridge / Freezer / Microwave
  • Barbeque
  • Garden furniture
  • Off road parking
  • Decorated for Christmas
  • Initial Supply of Logs in the winter
Kitchen
Dining Room
Sitting Rooms (3)
Bedrooms (4)
Bathrooms (2)
Outside
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Guestbook
Marina, Paul & family, August 2018

Would like to say we had a wonderful holiday, the house was amazing, so comfortable and everything we could have wished for and more, the walks on the doorstep are so scenic, the whole area is beautiful. Even though the weather co…

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Joan & Paul

We had the most wonderful, peaceful and relaxing holiday at Bodhyfryd and would love to return, next time for a longer stay. Bodhyfryd lived up to our expectations and more, lovely gardens in which we spent a lot of our time here…

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Louise

A spacious, comfortable cottage in a spectacular setting. We loved our stay in the beautiful village of Capelulo and found it an ideal location, with both Conwy and Llandudno in easy reachYou can walk down to the beach in about 20…

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