- One Folding Guest Bed can be provided and made up by arrangement
Booking Terms & Conditions on Rhos Country Cottages website
Each property has Smoke Alarms, Carbob Monoxide Detector, Fire Blanket and Fire Extinguisher
Delightful cottages in secluded grounds, located in a central position, providing a good base for exploring Snowdonia and the Lleyn Peninsula
Individually positioned cottages on a traditional Welsh farm. Rhos Country Cottages are a small collection of four very select, 5 star, individual country properties (not a complex of barn conversions). They are surrounded by open countryside in a peaceful, tranquil setting and enjoy grand views of Snowdon and the Snowdonia National Park. They are situated 4 miles north of the small picturesque seaside town of Criccieth which has a choice of excellent restaurants, small shops, golf course and castle. Criccieth known as 'The Pearl of Wales on the Shores of Snowdonia' has won many times the prestigious award - 'WALES IN BLOOM' competition. Rhos Country Cottages are positioned in a superb location, .. 12 miles Caernarfon town with its majestic castle, 14 miles Beddgelert with the legend of Gelert's Grave, 15 miles Llanberis and the Snowdon Mountain Railway, 12 miles Portmeirion Village, 18 miles - Abersoch or Harlech; 9 miles Black Rock Sands & Porthmadog with Ffestiniog Railway Station and Welsh Highland Railway, and within a 6 mile drive there is a Go-karting centre, Ten Pin Bowling; 2 miles from a Rabbit Farm (for children)
Single storey cottage with large sweeping lawns, surrounded by patchwork fields where sheep graze. 3 Bedrooms (master with en-suite shower & sauna) large lounge with open beams and multi-fuel stove, large well equiped kitchen/diner (with dishwasher and washer/dryer) . Cot and High-chair available by request. Peaceful setting with lovely walks from the door. Ideal location for Snowdonia and the Lleyn Peninsula
Large farmhouse tucked away in its own little valley with total seclusion with no neighbours in sight!
Three spacious bedrooms (one with an en-suite bathroom, and one with en-suite shower room) Main bathroom upstairs and shower room with sauna on ground floor. Large comfy lounge and roomy kitchen with farmhouse table and chairs to seat 8.
Large grassy garden and paved patio area with bbq. Very warm accommodation for a perfect winter getaway with excellent oil fired central heating. Fishing on own private river. Lovely walks and cycle tracks from the door. 2 miles away from excellent restaurant, country inn or an Indian restaurant.
Delightul detached two bedroomed country cottage situated in its own enclosed garden with lovely views of Snowdon and the National Park.
Large master bedroom with en-suite twin seater spa/steam cabin to relax and unwind in. Second double bedroom and main bathroom with whirlpool bath with shower over.
Large kitchen/diner with electric ceramic hob and oven, fridge. dishwasher and microwave and quality granite worktops. Utility room with washer/dryer, freezer and iorning facilities. Oil fired heating. Comfortable lounge with open fire.
French doors from kitchen onto large paved patio with table and chairs. A real sun trap with peace and quiet all around.
Step back in time and experience a different era! when staying at Betws Bach Farmhouse, a Grade 11* Listed historic farmhouse of great architectural interests. Thick stone walls and small windows - large heavy timber beams and a massive original ingle-nook fireplace dating back to 1675. This date is found in the A frame timber beams on the top floor. The place oozes of history from 1675 when a baptist sunday school was held for the local children on the upper floor before the church and nearby chapel were built.
Today the farmhouse offers 4 bedrooms (3 being double bedrooms, with one of them having a large en-suite shower room, and 1 single bedroom). Main bathroom with P shaped shower bath. Modern kitchen with granite work surfaces (with dishwasher and washer/dryer) Large lounge and second lounge with a snooker table. Two patio areas. One facing the morning sun with a large picnic table to enjoy your breakfast outside looking out over Snowdonia and the National Park and the other facing South to catch the day and evening sun with gas bbq and patio furniture.
With Betws Bach there are also private fishing and private rough shooting available by arrangement. Safe parking and safe storage for bikes. Lovely walks and cycle routes from your door, with peace and quiet all around. Oil fired heating for winter warmth and comfort for that getaway break to relax, unwind and re-charge the batteries!
Arrive into Criccieth along the A497 Take the B4411. Drive along for three miles (passing through the small village of Rhoslan). A quarter of a mile after village turn left for Ynys (there's a sign,'Weak Bridge' at the turning) onto a country lane. Continue to T-junction. Left again. Betws Bach is second on the left.
Nant Gwrtheyrn was an abandoned village in the 1970s following the closure of the quarries. The redundant houses, offices, chapel and shops constructed during the quarry’s heyday between 1860 and 1920,when over 2,000 men worked the granite, had fallen into rack and ruin.+ Read More