Bod Owain
Sleeps 4
1 x Double 1 x Twin 
Dog friendly

‘Bod Owain’ is a comfortable, well equipped, former slate miners cottage. There is a cosy, beamed lounge with a multi-fuel stove, a separate dining room and fitted kitchen. Upstairs, in addition to the bedrooms is, a modern fitted bathroom with bath and electric shower.
Outside is an enclosed walled garden.
Situated near the church, Bod Owain is within a minute or two of the shop and pub.
Pat and David Croot
Rent: £70 per night throughout the year. Minimum 4 nights.
Mob: 01604 890719

Sleeps 4
1 x Double 1 x Twin 
Pets – up to two dogs, no extra cost

Well equipped former quarryman’s terraced cottage, with an open plan lounge, diner, fitted kitchen, exposed beams, storage heaters, multi fuel stove, smart tv and board games. 

Open plan staircase to 2 bedrooms. A king size bed to the front, with views over fields Moel Siabod and north along the Lledr Valley. To the rear is a twin bedroom with standard size single beds and views towards the wooded hillside.

Downstairs, unusually, Garthfain has an extension over the stream at the rear of the cottage, coat hooks by the stable door to the garden. A separate bathroom, with bath and electric shower over, washer and dryer for your own personal use and a separate cloak room. Outside there is a private patio with table and reclining garden chairs, the garden is enclosed and suitable for children and dogs. From the garden you can see Moel Siabod, Snowdon and Dolwyddelan Castle. 

Load/unload outside the cottage, one dedicated parking bay only 30 seconds walk away. Further parking in the village.

Julie and Brian

Rent: Rent £363-£786 per week. Short breaks, minimum 3 nights also available in low season.

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Ty Capel Isa
Sleeps 4
2 x Double
A quaint, historical (Grade 2 listed) cottage. 2 double bedrooms, one with a new king size LA bed, modern shower room & kitchen. Comfortable lounge with an open fire, off road car parking and private rear garden. 5 minutes walk to the pub and shop, 2 minutes from the train station.

Barbara & Mike Williams

Rent: 3 nights from £255 to £345 / 4 nights from £340 to £460 / weekly £595 to £805 (10% discount for couples using one bedroom)


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Phone: 07527 337 736 or 077400 76000

Ty’r Delyn
Sleeps 4
1 x Double 1 x Single 1 x Single (with extra stow away bed)
Pets – one dog

‘Ty’r Delyn’ is a comfortable 3 bedroom mid terrace cottage suitable for weekend walkers and longer breaks. 

The property has been attractively created from two miners’ cottages, about five minutes walk from the centre of the village. The cottage backs onto an enclosed garden by way of a footbridge over a small stream, which tinkles down right beneath the rear windows (both footbridge and stream are securely fenced: young children will need supervision.) From the garden you can view the surrounding mountains – Snowdon and Dolwyddelan Castle are visible on a clear day. A small patio allows a barbecue beside the stream.

Trefor & Alison Vaughan

Rent: Weekends: £156 (outside school holidays), £230-£460 / week
Phone: +44 (0)1494 763328


Y Neuadd Lwyd
Sleeps 4
2 x Double en-suite shower rooms
1 small / medium dog welcome on request

‘Y Neuadd Lwyd’ is a Grade II Listed stone cottage set in the heart of Dolwyddelan, set back from the road down a gravel drive, with private off-road parking for 2 cars and secure courtyard garden with stunning views over Moel Siabod and the beautiful Snowdonia countryside beyond. There is a cosy lounge with wood burning stove for the winter months and double doors leading onto decking with garden furniture for warmer days. A modern fitted kitchen with granite worktops, dishwasher, electric oven, hob and all the pot, pans etc you could need during your stay. The cottage is a 2-minute walk to the local shop and pub and only a 10-minute drive to Betws-y-coed.

Rent: Off season short breaks from £95 per night (min 2 nights). Direct booking weekly peak season rates from £385 – £770
Contact – Helen Chapman
Tel: 01690750440
Mob: 07497 349388

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