Peaceful cottage - Conwy Valley. Superfast broadband. 5min walk to Pub. No pets
- English, French, Italian
About Paul Belton
Hi, I'm Paul. When I bought the property it was a disused tea room. The intention was to do a 'cheap and cheerful' renovation but I got a bit carried away. You'll see what I mean when you stay!
Paul Belton purchased this Cottage in 2007
Why Paul Belton chose Rowen
A haven of tranquility, situated so close to the river that you a can hear it as you lie in bed simply by opening a window. For a more mindful experience sit on the bench next to the river, just outside the gate - simply sit, close your eyes and listen.
What makes this Cottage unique
Probably the oldest property in the village; thick river stone walls keep it cool in summer whist the central heating and log burner make it toasty warm in Winter.
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date.
Tranquil atmosphere in stunning landscape
The cottage has been decorated very tastefully. Paul paid attention to detail to make feel guests at home. Description of hiking trails and clear instructions of all appliances make your stay at Pen-Y-Bont self-sustainable. It is a perfect place to refresh in beautiful surroundings, which are ideal for hiking and cycling for instance. Thanks very much for everything, Paul! I will recommend the cottage to friends and family.
We had a lovely break, the property had every thing we needed, it was done beautifully, thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.
Beautiful cottage in superb location.
A lovely break
A pretty cottage which was perfect for the two of us. It is in a unique setting next to a stream and in an excellent location for exploring the area. The property description led us to believe there was parking for the cottage but the lay-by was always full with other cars/vans so we had to park elsewhere. The cottage is well equipped and the bed is really comfortable. There is a brilliant shower and the best selection of dvds we've ever seen in a rental property. The locals are friendly and there is a great pub just up the road. Would definitely book again.
Great time apart from the rain!! Lovely cottage and local pub! We will be back!! Thanks Duncan & Cleuza
Nice place to relax
Thank you Susan 😊
The local Ty Gwyn pub is lively & friendly, serving great food & a selection of lagers, bitters, wines & a very nice pint of Guinness! There is also a church in the village which has an English speaking service on the last Sunday of each month.
The Dutch Pancake House about half a mile away services great pancakes (as you would expect :) and also has a free wildlife walk with Capybara, Otters, Chickens & Ducks and has a reptile house which is also free entry.
Over 150 other different things to do, on the doorstep, including:
> Surf Snowdonia
> Zip World - World's longest zip wire!
> Go Below Underground Adventures
> Coed y Brenin Forest Park
> Tree Top Adventure
> Beacon Climbing Centre
> GreenWood Forest Park
> The Fun Centre
> King Arthur's Labyrinth
> Glasfryn Parc
> Bodnant Welsh Food
> Sygun Copper Mine
> Electric Mountain
> Snowdonia Riding Stables
> Inigo Jones Slate Works
> Talyllyn Railway
> Snowdon Mountain Railway
> Welsh Highland Heritage Railway
> Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways
> Fairbourne Miniature Railway
> National White Water Centre
> Gone Swimming
> RibRide Adventure Boat Trips
> Shearwater Luxury Charter Cruises
> Anglesey Boat Trips
> Anglesey Walking Holidays
See more at: http://www.visitsnowdonia.info/activities_and_things_to_do-10.aspx
Conwy is a 10 minute drive away & its setting is spectacular, framed by the foothills of Snowdonia and gazing across the Conwy Estuary. The quay and old harbour are host to an active small fishing fleet and the fascinating Conwy Mussel Museum. Llandudno is one of the finest traditional seaside resorts in the world & is a 20-minute drive. A splendid promenade spans the gently curving bay between the headlands of the Great Orme and the Little Orme. There's a lovely second beach on the West Shore.
Conwy town is 7-miles, or 10-minutes by car, away.
There is a variety of restaurants, fish & chip shops (The Harbour View in Deganwy is the best!), banks & a Tesco supermarket/fuel station in Conwy.