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Ty Nansi Rhiannon Pet-Friendly Cottage in Rowen, Conwy

370
  • £
  • $
per week
sleeps 6
3 rooms
2 bathrooms

Ty Nansi Rhiannon Pet-Friendly Cottage description

Holiday home
Ty Nansi Rhiannon was originally a 19th Century stone barn, this property is now a luxurious ground floor apartment. The accommodation is spacious and combines original features with all modern comforts. The cottage sleeps six people in three bedrooms. To the rear of the cottage is a large patio, perfect for a spot of outdoor dining or simply taking in the views of the surrounding countryside and the Carneddau Mountain range beyond. Ty Nansi Rhiannon is a lovely property for groups of friends or families to explore this area.

Area
Rowen is located in North Wales in the Conwy Valley within the Snowdonia National Park. The hamlet, with its whitewashed cottages and stunning views, has a reputation for peace and tranquillity and is a favourite with walkers and ramblers who explore the moorland and countryside that lies above this little village. The Roman Road, which passes above Rowen, runs close to many sites of historical interest, including the Maen-y-Bardd, a megalithic burial chamber that dates back to 3,500BC. It is set high on a hill and offers some spectacular views along the valley. A little further along you will find more standing stones at Bwlch y Ddeufaen. Nearby is Conwy, a World Heritage Site, which boasts an imposing castle and near-complete Roman walls. In addition, there is a fishing harbour and Plas Mawr, which is one of the best preserved medieval town houses in the country. In addition to a variety of National trust properties, there are also stunning beaches, the internationally-acclaimed Bodnant Gardens, Victorian Llandudno and the village of Betws-y-Coed.

Region
Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South.

Amenities
Gas central heating. Electric hob & double oven, microwave, fridge, freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, TV, DVD, stereo/CD. All fuel & power inc. in rent. Bed linen & towels inc. in rent. Cot & highchair on request. Off road parking for 3 cars. Bike storage. Enclosed garden with small lawns, private patio, furniture & BBQ. Two well-behaved dogs welcome with access to large exercise paddock. Sorry, no smoking. Shop & pub with food 1 mile. Oldest licensed premises in Wales & restaurant 1.5 miles. Sea 4 miles.

Amenities

  • Accepts Pets
  • Cooker
  • Cots
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • Ground floor
  • High chair
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Parking
  • Parking space
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • Rural location

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Reviews

Mrs Lerichomme
March 2015
Wonderful landscape with a fantastic view from the sitting room. An authentic farm with horses and sheep.
Mrs Roberts
August 2015
The views are absolutely beautiful, we all enjoyed the holiday it was lovely, everybody so friendly and welcoming, we will definitely be coming back. Ty Nansi Rhiannon is very clean and comfortable, everything very accessible, such a lovely place, we wished we could have stayed a bit longer, it is a credit to the owners.
Mr Cocker
October 2014
The location is lovely and remote, but only a 15 minute drive away from civilisation. The scenery is breathtaking and the air is so refreshing.
Mrs Smith
June 2015
A lovely cottage in beautiful surroundings. There is a nice outside sitting area and table with a playground for the children.
Mr Collier
June 2013
The best accommodation I have stayed in on a holiday in UK. Everything you need is at hand. Would return.
Mrs Adams
August 2013
The property was fantastic, everything you needed in the cottage was there. Breath taking views and fabulous walks.
Mr Hepworth
June 2013
A superbly equipped cottage in a beautiful quiet setting. Perfect for local walks and dog walking (with a lead). It is very close to the lovely village of Rowen which is peaceful and picturesque. It is also very central to the North Coast, and many parts of Snowdonia National Park. The cottage itself is very well designed and makes for a very comfortable stay. If you need any help, the owners are very welcoming and helpful! This really is a place to 'chill out' and yet very easy to find adventure! We look forward to visiting again.
Mrs Sarwar
April 2010
Great play area for children. Idyllic surroundings, beautiful quiet location, fabulous views but not far from Conwy itself. Would definitely recommend!
Ms Kenny
March 2011
The owners of the cottage were lovely and really friendly. The cottage was beautiful and very well looked after. We would definitely go back.
Mrs Keogh
August 2011
This cottage was by far the best equipped we have used. It was beautifully appointed and it was in a beautiful position. It was great to have the paddock for the dog and the trampoline for fun! We had a great holiday because of staying in such a beautiful place.
Mrs McCarthy
July 2010
Beautiful area with lovely local walks. Lovely garden with swings/climbing frame for children. 'Groes Inn' serves good food and ale and 'Dutch Pancake House' is very good for lunch, coffee and cake.
Mrs Hoskins
March 2010
The setting and the lay out of the accommodation and the ability to have a short break instead of a week.
Mr Leigh
August 2009
Great holiday, fabulous cottage, would book again.
Mrs Lewis
October 2009
The cottage was in a beautiful, peaceful location, but within easy driving distance of most of the sights. It was also completely safe for children, which made for a very relaxing time. Our 3 year-old daughter loved the playground at the back, which was a nice surprise.
Willmott
February 2010
A lovely property ideal for a family. Quiet and peaceful, close to forest walks but not far to drive to nearby attractions. The accommodation was lovely and warm as it was cold weather.
Mr Hall
May 2009
Well furnished place off the beaten track and very quiet. We enjoyed our stay.
Mr Foster
June 2009
The childrens play area was excellent. We would not hesitate to recommend this cottage helpfulness of owners.
Mr Shaw
January 2008
Warm, comfortable accommodation in a very pleasant, peaceful location which remains convenient for ammenities and has good access to coast, mountains etc.
Mr Parry
June 2008
We enjoyed the fantastic views of Snowdonia National Park as we woke each morning. The children really enjoyed playing in the children's play area outside te cottage.
Mr Mrs Adams
August 2008
The location was excellent and very peaceful but close to Conway. We have a 2 year old child and the play equipment was appreciated. We loved visiting the castles and this cottage was well located and we never drove more than an hour to what we wanted to see.
Mr Antill
June 2008
A lovely quiet place but near enough to attractions so as to reduce travel times. The play equipment for our young children was brilliant and very welcoming, the owner was friendly and helpful, particularly in places to visit.
Mrs Hardisty
February 2007
It is a very well equipped property in a wonderful scenic setting. There are lovely family walks a short drive as well as being able to walk straight from the property into the surrounding area. It is very rewarding to look down from way above and see your starting point.
Mrs Reid
March 2007
The property was as described, lovely area, very peaceful and the flat itself was very well equipped and comfortable.
Dr Smith
May 2007
The owners were very welcoming and friendly. The cottage was spacious, clean and had an excellent play area for the children which was an unexpected bonus. The region was beautiful and the views from the cottage magnificent. We had a lovely short break and are certain that we will return for a longer stay at a later date.
Mr Mrs Wright
June 2008
An excellent view from the property and fairly central for touring around North Wales. Owners always available on site if needed. Ty Groes Hotel on the Trefiw Road from Conwy serves excellent food. A great place for having a family holiday.
Mr Rose
July 2006
The location was excellent, ideal for getting to Conwy and for Snowdonia. Also the property is set in outstanding countryside with great views and tranquillity.
Mr Mrs Whyte
July 2006
Owners very friendly and helpful. Bowl of fresh farm eggs were excellent.
Mrs Hunt
January 2007
We like the fact that we could take our dogs, the owner was so helpful with local walks. We have already recommended to other people and we shall be going back probably in the summer. Lots of walks, lovely setting. Overall a great holiday
Mrs Radley
October 2006
Very good, everything was perfect.
Mr Holmes
November 2006
Beautiful part of the country. Ideal for walkers. Very spacious property and very welcoming, especially after you return from walking the hills all day.
Ms Hodson
August 2006
Excellent standard of accommodation. The cottage was really well-equipped. The restoration of the building had been done very tastefully and a lot of thought seemed to have gone into the furnishings and kitchen equipment.
Agnes C
January 2015
We ( 6 Adults + 2 dogs) found the cottage to be ideal for our requirements, clean and spacious in beautiful surrounds , peaceful although off the beaten track still within 10 to 15 mins from the beautiful Conwy and Llandudno by car, ample parking for 3 or 4 cars in the cottage grounds, plus a paddock to exercise the dogs. In addition there is a village pub in Rowan Quaint and serving very good food within walking distance from the cottage. The owners greeted us and then left us to do our own thing, but available if required. All in all a very enjoyable stay , in an excellent accommodation in beautiful surrounds.
Mrs Evans
August 2006
Everything! Lovely location. Comfortable cottage.
peeneff
September 2014
Very quiet and slightly off the beaten track yet within short drive of very pleasant inn and village shop. Plenty of parking space and very dog friendly. Plenty of walks from the door. Spectacular scenery.. Never ending paths of sheer beauty and hardly a soul to be seen. Comfy self catering accommodation. All that you require is available to make the stay as pleasant as can be.
Tezerez
August 2013
Went here for a week with our Daughter and Son-in-law, along with their 6 year old twins in school holidays (Very Pricey !!!) Superb Location, fantastic views, peaceful and relaxing. Is near enough to coast and Snowdonia to travel about. Little playground not in description, but most welcome... perfect for the twins! Outside furniture spacious and plentiful. Great for a barbeque or just chilling out. Property is a little tired, and not as luxurious as in description. Sykes properties description as luxurious have been correct in our last two holidays, but this one short of the mark. Cleaning not good, lots of cobwebs around, dirty windows etc. Maintenance needs more work to class as luxurious too. Oven not fully operational due to broken dial/switch. Fridge either not cold enough or froze everything, washer sounded like several motorbikes revving up. Curtains hanging off wall, towels flimsy and only one tea-towel. Damp patches in most rooms with flaky paint and many squashed flies. More knives needed for food preparation. Tiny cereal bowls too small for adults(had to buy some!). Never saw anyone from management. Was a note to call at farmhouse if needed, but someone just popping in on arrival day would have been nice. Dining room in a really odd place. In a dark cramped room with no windows, never used it, as it was so uninviting. This place could be so much better, and at the price we paid, it really should have been. It is such a shame that such a lovely spot left us a bit disappointed, not because of the location (which could not be bettered), but for what the place could and should have been, given the price and description.
PatriciaP09
August 2014
Not easy to find but the setting was well worth it. Beautiful views and lovely garden. We had the ground floor section. The place was spacious and well equipped. The beds were comfortable and clean, although none of the wardrobes were long enough to hang dresses or trousers properly. The kitchen was well equipped but could have been cleaner e.g. dust on edges and light fittings. The barbecue had been left in a bad state by the previous tenants and it took 2 scratchy cloths, a lot of jif and 15 minutes to make it usable. There was no property info book (surely this is a legal requirement) regarding emergencies, fuses, water cut offs etc. There were no instructions for the dishwasher. There was a note on the cooker saying one of the rings was faulty and a repair man was due in a couple of days. We noticed the showers were very slippery and the very next morning one of our group, a 6'4" man fell in the shower and loosened the shower fitting grabbing hold to stop falling fully. At this point we telephoned the owners. They were away on holiday but their son came round immediately. He was very polite and promised to get us some bath mats. He also made a note of all our comments listed above. He didn't appear to be concerned about the loosened shower fitting. When we returned to the house after a day out the repair man was just finishing the cooker and there was a bath mat present. It was not a new one. We took it upon ourselves to cut it in half so that each shower could have a bit. The knob on the "repaired" cooker fell off on the Thursday thus rendering the ring unusable again. The sons explanation for the lack of cleanliness was that they had recently sacked the cleaner for poor work. There were plenty of books in the let but no board games so I suggest you remember to take your own. There was no visitor book for us to register an opinion, I wonder why? Although not compulsory, a welcome pack seems to be the norm these days, and, as this let was certainly not at the lower end of the price range I would have expected one. One final note, the people in the other let left on the Friday and we saw cleaners arrive promptly at 10-00am and they stayed quite a long time.
Guest
April 2010
We thoroughly enjjoyed our stay in this lovely converted barn. The scenery was stunning with excellent walks. We found the experience so peaceful and everything that we needed was provided in the accomodation. It was an ideal property to take a dog and three grandchildren for a break. Our stay was during February and the holiday cottage was warm and cosy despite the heavy frosts. Although in a delightful, quiet location... lots of great places to visit were within easy driving distance. Many thanks for a great half term break we look forward to visiting again.
Wendy & Ian
October 2011
Cottage very nice in beautiful countryside. Never saw the owners. Unfortunately, renovating next door barn and the noise was intrusive. Could do with changing the towels or providing better quality ones as they were thin and flimsy, we had to keep washing them. Otherwise, the cottage was more than adequate for ourselves and our two sons and their partners and baby granddaughter.
Guest
November 2012
Both cottages were well kitted out and the garden amenities were perfectly suited for all the children in the party. The countryside around was beautiful and we would definitely book again.
Tezerez
August 2013
Went here for a week with our Daughter and Son-in-law, along with their 6 year old twins in school holidays (Very Pricey !!!!!) Superb Location, fantastic views, peaceful and relaxing. Is near enough to coast and Snowdonia to travel about. Little playground not in description, but most welcome..... perfect for the twins! Outside furniture spacious and plentiful. Great for a barbeque or just chilling out. Property is a little tired, and not as luxurious as in description. Sykes properties description as luxurious have been correct in our last two holidays, but this one short of the mark. Cleaning not good, lots of cobwebs around, dirty windows etc. Maintenance needs more work to class as luxurious too. Oven not fully operational due to broken dial/switch. Fridge either not cold enough or froze everything, washer sounded like several motorbikes revving up. Curtains hanging off wall, towels flimsy and only one tea-towel. Damp patches in most rooms with flaky paint and many squashed flies. More knives needed for food preparation. Tiny cereal bowls too small for adults(had to buy some!). Never saw anyone from management. Was a note to call at farmhouse if needed, but someone just popping in on arrival day would have been nice. Dining room in a really odd place. In a dark cramped room with no windows, never used it, as it was so uninviting. This place could be so much better, and at the price we paid, it really should have been. It is such a shame that such a lovely spot left us a bit disappointed, not because of the location (which could not be bettered), but for what the place COULD and SHOULD have been, given the price and description.
Holiday Reviews
December 2009
The accommodation was of good quality with plenty of room for our party of four. The locaiton was ideal, in the countryside but minutes drive from all the amenties of Conway. The owners were friendly and helpful. My only slight issue was the accommodation could have been a little cleaner, for example the kitchen floor was grubby as was the shower in the main bedroom
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