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    Type Self Catering
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    Units 1
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  • £400 - £790 per week

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Located on the slopes of a secluded Welsh valley, Stabal Iwrch offers the perfect place to relax, unwind and hide away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Located on the slopes of a secluded Welsh valley, Stabal Iwrch offers the perfect place to relax, unwind and hide away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Wake up in the mornings to the sound of birdsong or lambs bleating in the fields. Step outside your door at night and gaze at the amazing display of stars in the dark sky, unspoilt as it is by any light pollution.

Whether you're looking to make the most of what Snowdonia and North Wales has to offer, or just want somewhere cosy to hole up in for a few days, look no further than this welcoming cottage. The cottage is located on our family farm, close to our own farmhouse, which means we are on hand to welcome our guests and to offer help and advice if necessary.

There is ample opportunity to meet our animals - pigs and piglets, chickens, sheep and not forgetting the newborn lambs at Easter which are always a big hit. For a truly cultural experience, spend some time sitting outside your cottage and you're bound to hear some of the sing-song notes of our beautiful Welsh Language (even if it's a few choice words directed at the sheep dog!). Welsh is our family's first language and it's widely spoken in this part of Snowdonia - we'll teach you a phrase or two to impress your friends when you get home.

Perfectly located at the heart of Snowdonia National Park, with its ever increasing number of exiting attractions, this lovely cottage offers you the ideal base from which to explore the area. Where else can you spend a morning up in the mountains and enjoy an evening watching the sun go down on the beach? For the adrenaline junkies amongst us the area is fast becoming a Mecca - Zip World, Tree Tops Adventure, Bounce Below, Whitewater Rafting, Surf Snowdonia - the list is endless - all within a 30 minute drive from Stabal Iwrch.

The cottage is fitted to a very high standard and stylishly combines modern conveniences such as under floor heating, power showers, wi-fi and flat screen TV's, with more traditional features like the original oak beams and slate flagstone floors. Stabal Iwrch was formerly the stable & coach house to the farm. It has been sympathetically converted into a two storey cottage, making use of the traditional features such as the stone archway framing the large patio doors in the traditional kitchen.

Warm, cosy, slightly quirky but at the same time offering all the mod cons you'd expect: • accommodates 4 • pet friendly • lounge with leather settee & armchair • large flat screen tv • DVD player • wood burning stove • free wi-fi (limited - please check if wi-fi is essential) • large traditional kitchen diner • dishwasher • microwave • full size fridge freezer • electric oven & hob • washing machine & dryer (shared facility) • master bedroom: o king size bed with quality pocket sprung mattress o Egyptian Cotton bedding o fluffy cotton towels o flat screen tv o en-suite shower room o hairdryer • twin bedroom: o quality pocket sprung mattress o Egyptian Cotton bedding o fluffy cotton towels • separate bathroom with large double bath • patio area with bench to front of cottage • private garden to rear with access to open countryside Guests staying at Bythynod Moel Yr Iwrch receive a 10% discount from Cotswold Outdoors in Betws Y Coed during their stay.

Ratings

  • Visit Wales SC 4 Star
National Rating
Visit Wales
4 * rating
  • Self Catering icon
    Stabal Iwrch
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    Sleeps 4
  • £430 - £850 per week

The cottage is fitted to a very high standard and stylishly combines modern conveniences such as under floor heating, power showers, wi-fi and flat screen TV's, with more traditional features like the original oak beams and slate flagstone floors.

Take a look at our website for updated availability and pricing - www.moelyriwrch.co.uk 

Stabal Iwrch was formerly the stable & coach house to the farm. It has been sympathetically converted into a two storey cottage, making use of the traditional features such as the stone archway framing the large patio doors in the traditional kitchen. Warm, cosy, slightly quirky but at the same time offering all the mod cons you'd expect:
• accommodates 4
• pet friendly
• lounge with leather settee & armchair
• large flat screen tv
• DVD player
• wood burning stove
• free wi-fi
• large traditional kitchen diner
• dishwasher
• microwave
• full size fridge freezer
• electric oven & hob
• washing machine & dryer (shared facility)
• master bedroom:
o king size bed with quality pocket sprung mattress
o Egyptian Cotton bedding
o fluffy cotton towels
o flat screen tv
o en-suite shower room
o hairdryer
• twin bedroom:
o quality pocket sprung mattress
o Egyptian Cotton bedding
o fluffy cotton towels
• separate bathroom with large double bath
• patio area with bench to front of cottage
• private garden to rear with access to open countryside

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Additional Directions Information

 The following directions are the easiest route to find us (although you're welcome to follow the more 'scenic' route which a Sat Nav might send you on):

From the North:
At J19 A55 take A470 signposted Llanrwst.
Continue on A470 into town of Llanrwst, continue through and out of the town towards Betws Y Coed.
After Llanrwst drive for 2 miles then take left turning signposted 'Capel Garmon 2.5 miles / Nebo 4.75 miles'.
Continue on this unclassified road and after 3.2 miles take left turning signposted 'Nebo' (you will drive through the village of Capel Garmon on the way).
Drive another 200m before taking first right signposted 'Moel Yr Iwrch Isaf'.
Drive down the lane, carefully over the cattle grid and continue down the lane to the farm.
From the South East (A5):
From Corwen, continue on A5 for 18.5 miles (pass village of Cerrigydrudion on your right and drive through village of Pentrefoelas) then take right turning, signposted 'Capel Garmon'.
After 1.2miles turn right, signposted 'Nebo' (on the way you will pass turning for 'Siloam' and for 'Snowdonia Shepherd's Huts', both on right).
Drive another 200m before taking first right signposted 'Moel Yr Iwrch Isaf'.
Drive down the lane, carefully over the cattle grid and continue down the lane to the farm.

Please ring our landline if you have any trouble finding us - 01690 710462.

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