- £355 per week
- £51 per night
- 2 Guests
- 1 Bedroom
- 1 Bathroom
- 1 Pet
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 double bed
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- 1 WC
- Towels provided
- En-suite bathroom
- Garden or courtyard
- Outdoor storage
- Private parking
- Rural location
How far to ...?
- Beach 3 miles
- Pub 1.5 miles
- Shop 1.5 miles
- Countryside views
- Walk-in shower
Important - please note
- Check in: 4:00pm
- Check out: 9:00am
To give our cleaners enough time to complete the additional cleaning and sanitising that is currently needed to keep our guests safe, check-in and check-out times at the majority of our properties have been temporarily revised. The revised times for this property are reflected above.
2 Dolwen Farm is a delightful holiday cottage within the bustling courtyard of a working farm, whose farm shop is well known in the area. Fantastic for animal lovers, this is in a rural location with lovely views from the grounds over the surrounding countryside. Dolwen is 3 miles from Colwyn Bay, 6 miles from Conwy and Llandudno, and about 10 miles from the Snowdonia National Park.
‘A welcome pack with eggs and bacon from the farm is included!’ from Jacky, our local manager.
The Cottage: is a pretty barn conversion which adjoins WAG501, so ideal for extended families and groups of friends. The owners are on hand to offer a warm welcome and local information. Central heating.
Living room: large arched doors lead into this is a well-planned room which includes a leather sofa, Freeview TV/DVD and WiFi. Dining table and chairs.
Kitchen: is a handmade fitted cottage style kitchen with a Belfast sink, electric cooker, microwave and fridge. A shared utility room (with WAG501) houses the tumble dryer, washing machine and freezer.
The en suite bedroom is on the first floor
Bedroom 1: is a lovely beamed double room with dressing table and en suite shower room.
Shower room: has a shower cubicle, basin and WC
Outside: is a private patio area but guests have use of the extensive shared gardens with lawn areas, shrub borders a pond with bridge over and seating areas.
*Note the pond is not fenced so children need to be accompanied at all times*
Dolwen is a great base from which to relax and enjoy the farm and its surroundings, or to explore the attractions of the local area. Colwyn Bay has a beach, watersports centre and the popular Mountain Zoo. The walled town of Conwy has lots of cafes, local breweries, pubs and independent shops, whilst Llandudno has a magnificent promenade, a tramway and cable car leading up to the summit of the Great Orme, also an artificial ski slope and toboggan run! Inland is the National Trust's Bodnant Garden, Bodnant Welsh Food centre and the mountains of Snowdonia.
The garden pond is not fenced so children should be supervised at all times
Electricity and heating included
Bed linen provided and towels provided
Cot available by arrangement; high chair available, stair gate available
No smoking inside please
It was a lovely cottage. The internet works best in the outdoor seating area. The owners Mr and Mrs Jones are very helpful. We had a wonderful time in the cottage and surrounding area.
Things to see and do
Dolwen is a great base from which to relax and enjoy the farm and its surroundings, or to explore the attractions of the local area.
Nearby Colwyn Bay has a large beach and promenade where the award-winning Bryn Williams Bistro is situated, a must if staying in the area! The popular Colwyn Bay Mountain Zoo should also be on your visit list.
The walled town of Conwy has a magnificent castle, lots of cafes, local breweries, an award winning butcher, pubs, independent shops, and a great port where you can sit and watch the boats. The smallest house in Britain is here, open to the public if you can squeeze in! Also, the stunning town house of Ty Mawr which is also open to the public.
Llandudno has a magnificent promenade, a tramway and cable car leading up to the summit of the Great Orme, also an artificial ski slope and toboggan run! Inland is the National Trust's Bodnant Garden, Bodnant Welsh Food centre and the mountains of Snowdonia.
Travel up and down the coast is easy on the A55 expressway, so about half an hours drive will get you to the Island of Anglesey or the mountains of Snowdonia