Self-catering Cottages in Dolwyddelan Village


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Chalet in Dolwyddelan

Ty Nain

Advert ID No:  370
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Sleeps:  2      No of Bedrooms:  1     
Weekly Price (low Season):  £259     (High Season):  £547

Ty Nain is a beautiful detached single-storey holiday chalet set in the village of Dolwyddelan in the picturesque Lledr Valley in the sprawling Snowdonia National Park. Located on the same grounds as the owner's home, this one bedroomed rental offers ideal holiday accommodation for couples looking for a romantic escape away or for use as a base to head out and explore Snowdonia National...

 

Dolwyddelan Tourist Information

Dolwyddelan is a charming inland village in the picturesque Lledr Valley, it is nestled between Blaenau Ffestiniog and Betws-y-Coed in the glorious Snowdonia National Park.

Dolwyddelan offers visitors the best of both worlds, its attractive rural setting provides you with a tranquil holiday destination, yet it's only about five miles away from the popular tourist destination of Betws-y-Coed and about the same distance from Blaenau Ffestiniog - a renowned destination for outdoor activities.

Although set a rural location Dolwyddelan has good road and public transport links, you can reach the village via the main Cardiff to Llandudno A470 road which travels through Dolwyddelan. Public transport arrives in the village in the shape of local buses which connect to other locations in Conwy and Gwynedd and trains that stop off at Dolwyddelan station from London, Manchester, Leeds and Birmingham.

This Lledr Valley village has a shop, public house and a hotel with a restaurant serving delicious home-cooked meals.

The tranquil Welsh village of Dolwyddelan is ideally located in Snowdonia National Park for enjoying a variety of outdoor pursuits such as walking and hiking, climbing and mountain biking to name but a few activities on offer. The River LLedr meanders its way through Dolwyddelan, it's a good fishing location primarily for salmon and sea trout (fishing permits are available from the village shop).

The village is particularly known for its 13th Century castle which is thought to be the birthplace of Llywelyn ap Iorwerth (Llywelyn the Great), although Dolwyddelan Castle may be lacking in size compared to other castle's in Wales, it is more than compensated for with its outstanding views of the Lledr Valley.

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Ty Nain

Chalet in Dolwyddelan (10 Photos)
Ty Nain

No Reviews

Sleeps: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Low Season: £259
High Season: £547

Dolwyddelan tourist information

Dolwyddelan is a charming inland village in the picturesque Lledr Valley, it is nestled between Blaenau Ffestiniog and Betws-y-Coed in the glorious Snowdonia National Park.

Dolwyddelan offers visitors the best of both worlds, its attractive rural setting provides you with a tranquil holiday destination, yet it's only about five miles away from the popular tourist destination of Betws-y-Coed and about the same distance from Blaenau Ffestiniog - a renowned destination for outdoor activities.

Although set a rural location Dolwyddelan has good road and public transport links, you can reach the village via the main Cardiff to Llandudno A470 road which travels through Dolwyddelan. Public transport arrives in the village in the shape of local buses which connect to other locations in Conwy and Gwynedd and trains that stop off at Dolwyddelan station from London, Manchester, Leeds and Birmingham.

This Lledr Valley village has a shop, public house and a hotel with a restaurant serving delicious home-cooked meals.

The tranquil Welsh village of Dolwyddelan is ideally located in Snowdonia National Park for enjoying a variety of outdoor pursuits such as walking and hiking, climbing and mountain biking to name but a few activities on offer. The River LLedr meanders its way through Dolwyddelan, it's a good fishing location primarily for salmon and sea trout (fishing permits are available from the village shop).

The village is particularly known for its 13th Century castle which is thought to be the birthplace of Llywelyn ap Iorwerth (Llywelyn the Great), although Dolwyddelan Castle may be lacking in size compared to other castle's in Wales, it is more than compensated for with its outstanding views of the Lledr Valley.

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