This cottage is a quaint step back in time; the perfect place for a quiet retreat in the Welsh countryside, family adventures at the seaside, or simply an escape away with friends. The footings of Cae Eithin date back to the 1700s when it was a farm. Since then it has been restored and the current owners have spent from 2015-2017 undergoing a complete renovation project, both exterior and interior. You can therefore expect tasteful, clean decor; whilst the property retains its antique character, with a modern touch. Although secretly tucked away in the trees, the cottage is spacious and bright and has a neutral colour scheme throughout.
It can accommodate 8 guests in total. Up the wooden staircase you will find 4 bedrooms: 2 king size bedrooms (front) and 1 double & 1 twin (rear). The property also features 2 bathrooms (1 upstairs and 1 on the ground floor), both with quality shower and toilet facilities. New, plush carpets throughout the upper level with a fanciful mix of wooden flooring and feature tiling on the ground floor.
Other highlights of this delightful home are relaxing with a good read and a cup of tea in the downstairs snug (a good selection of books and games provided!), putting your culinary skills to the test in the newly fitted kitchen (complete with dishwasher and washing machine), playing games and sharing stories around the table in the lounge/dining room or simply admiring the distant sea views on a hazy summer afternoon.
The cottage is set in a naturally woody area, surrounded by tall trees and flowering plants. Located on a lane, it is a place of respite from the hustle of nearby tourist towns. Nature thrives in abundance in the garden due to its naturally kept environment. Owls, foxes, hedgehogs, badgers and birds of all types call the surrounding area their home. There is also a large woodpile in the garden used to fuel the log burner.
Other facilities: Ironing board, fully equipped kitchen, T.V. with Freeview and DVD player, towels/bedding/sheets provided, off road parking for 2 vehicles, welcome pack with local Welsh produce, information pack for surrounding area.
(Due to the age of the building, we regret that this property is not wheelchair accessible)
Note: the owners live in the property next door, meaning they are on hand 24/7 for assistance with check in and ensuring your comfort. It is our priority that each party has the most enjoyable stay and we are therefore able to cater to your individual needs and preferences, whilst maintaining a respectable distance for mutual privacy.
This property is perfect for those who are looking for something different to the usual seaside hotel and with more elegance and privacy than a B&B. Full of personal touches, designed for comfort and delight, Cae Eithin offers a haven of tranquility and peace. Come and fall in love with the beauty and enchantment of North Wales and make this secret gem your home away from home.
This rental is situated in one of the most beautiful areas of the U.K. Within 40 minutes drive of Snowdonia National Park, days of outdoor beauty are on your doorstep. Walking, sailing, climbing, surfing, kayaking - an array of activities are available for the whole family to enjoy. The coastline offers days of sandy toes-salty-lips-adventures, the nearest beaches (Colwyn Bay and Rhos on Sea) only 10 minutes on foot. Perfect for those ice creams and fish and chips! It is also possible to venture further afield to the island of Anglesey which is famed for its unspoilt beaches and lighthouses. Other surrounding areas of interest are: Llandudno (Victorian seaside town with plenty of shops, restaurants, bars and tourist attractions. Take a tram up the Great Orme, try your luck at the amusements on the pier, or catch a classic Punch and Judy performance!) Conwy (A small, walled medieval town. Step back in time in the castle, pop into the smallest house in Great Britain, and sample all the numerous independent local businesses have to offer) Betws y Coed (Waterfalls, rivers, steam railway, walks up to the lakes - this place is a walkers paradise. It also offers many dog friendly eating places.)
Other attractions in the area include: Conwy Castle,Bodnant Gardens, Bodelwyddan Castle, Penrhyn Castle, Greenwood Forest Park, Bounce Below, Surf Snowdonia, Plas Mawr, Llangollen Canal, The Llyn Peninsula, Aber Falls, The Welsh Mountain Zoo (5 min walk up the hill), Rhos-on-sea 10mins walk,Portmeirion, Llechwedd Slate Caverns, Conwy RSPB reserve, Roman city of Chester.