Comfortable Holiday Home in Llanrwst, Conwy, North Wales
About Fran Holker
We bought this cottage for family holidays when the children were very young. It is lovely to escape city life in Manchester for weekend breaks and sometimes during school holidays too. I always respond to enquiries as quickly as possible, and within 24 hours.
Fran Holker purchased this Cottage in 2007
Why Fran Holker chose Llanrwst
Close to amenities - food/drinks/shops Close to countryside - river walk, Gwydir forest Close to children's play area Easy to get to tourist attractions, and beaches/mountains
What makes this Cottage unique
In an historic market town, Welsh spoken locally, Welsh produce available nearby.
Strictly NO pets
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date.
Lovely base for walking and visiting the area
We really enjoyed our stay, the cottage had everything we needed for the weekend we stayed. Easy to find and comfortable
We wanted a stopover between London and Holyhead where we could abandon the car for a few days and get out into the country but still have the convenience of a small town.
Bridge cottage did the job for us very well - we did local walks or took bus/train for excursions. The location is not rural quiet, but traffic noise never bothered us and it was great having a couple of local stores and nice cafes/restaurants on the doorstep.
Good to hear that you enjoyed your stay in Bridge Cottage, and the cafes/restaurants in Llanrwst.
Had a great time!
We really loved our experience at this property. Llanrwst is a beautiful town, and we were located right in the heart of both the beauty and convenience. The little river walk was only yards away. The beautiful bridge and tea house were nearly as close, and could be seen from the front door.
We were also really close to 2 grocery stores, antique shops, and restaurants.
All of the major sites we were interested in were quite close as well. And the scenery in general was just gorgeous; Wales was the highlight of our trip!
The property was as pictured and as expected. We’d absolutely return if we get the chance. Thank you for accommodating my family!
Great location, great value!
Situated near a stunning one lane, historic bridge over a gorgeous river... it is close to everything. Castles, zip forest, Snowdonia and more! Village is lovely and people are friendly. Cute little place in a historic building on an very old medieval street (check out the Antiques House from the 1600’s across the street). House is exactly as described; tidy, simple, comfortable and very reasonably priced compared to other accommodations in same area. Owners were great with communication and staff was punctual. Can’t ask for more!
Needs a face lift but ideal for Snowdon, road very noisy for people in the front, cooker was dirty had to clean before using.
I am shocked by this review as most rooms have been decorated in the last 12 months, the front bedrooms are double glazed, and the interior is in good condition. We offer good value, comfortable holiday accommodation.
A spacious flat off the beaten path
This flat offers a good place to stay in north Wales, particularly if your exploring Snowdonia. It is very roomy and offers good basic accommodations. The beds are OK. Bring your own supplies although the kitchen is well stocked with cooking utensils, plates, cutlery, etc. There is a convenient grocery across the street, several coffee shops, and a great Bangladeshi restaurant a short walk away, as well as a friendly pub nearby.
Good to hear that you enjoyed staying in the cottage, and that you found the local shops, pubs and restaurants convenient.
20 minutes drive to coast.
Llanrwst railway station is 10 minutes walk from the cottage.
Childrens' play area 5 minutes walk. River walk starts 2 minutes walGwydir Castle is about 15 minutes walk from the cottage. The local National Trust property is the spectacular Bodnant Gardens, about 10 minutes drive. Betws-y-Coed is 4 miles down the road with a tourist information office, cafes, shops, pubs and local attractions such as Swallow Falls and Fairy Glen nearby. Snowdonia National Park offers a wide range of activities including walking, pony trekking, watersports, and paragliding.