Dog Friendly Holiday Cottage

in Trefriw, Snowdonia

Welcome to our dog friendly Snowdonia Cottage – perfect for 1 to 6 guests, 3 bedrooms, with an enclosed garden, parking for 2 cars, and an EV charger. A detached cottage ideally located for exploring mountains, lakes, the sea, and a range of attractions. Book now for an unforgettable holiday!


Enjoy leisurely dog walks along the scenic Trefriw Trails
Explore the beautiful lakes of Crafnant and Geirionydd
Walk to a dog-friendly pub, a great restaurant, and the village butchers/grocers
Trefriw is 10 minute drive from Betws y Coed and 20 minutes from historic Conwy
Nearby are the majestic mountains of Snowdonia for endless adventures
Explore castles, gardens, stately homes, and take nostalgic steam train rides
Visit the Victorian seaside town of Llandudno, and the beautiful sandy beaches of West Shore and Conwy Morfa
At the end of the day relax with a glass of wine and take in the stunning views of the Conwy Valley

“Your Snowdonia retreat promises daily adventures and tranquil nights in a breathtaking setting
Escape to our charming dog-friendly Snowdonia holiday cottage, where the adventure begins right at the doorstep.”

Croeso

Mike & Rachael

Owners

Superking
or Single Bed

Enclosed
Cottage Garden

Driveway
Parking for 2

Large Kitchen Diner
Seating for 6

EV
Charger

Log Burner
to cosy up

Superfast
Broadband

Summer House
a quiet space

2 Bathrooms with Shower
1 Downstairs Bath

Highchair
Available

Superking or Single Bed

Enclosed Cottage Garden

Driveway Parking for 2

Kitchen Diner to seat 6

EV Charger 

Log Burner to cosy up

Superfast Broadband

Summer House a quiet space

2 Bathrooms

Highchair Available

Private Enclosed Garden

The Old Rectory Cottage private garden is safe and enclosed, making it perfect for your dog or children
Eat and drink in the garden and take in the views of the Conwy Valley. Relax and read in the summer house.

Explore Snowdonia & Coast

Exploring Snowdonia and its stunning coast offers an adventure-filled escape into nature.

Snowdonia National Park, (Eryri), renowned for its rugged landscapes, is a hiker’s paradise with trails like the ascent to Mount Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa), Wales’ highest peak. The park’s serene lakes, cascading waterfalls, and dense forests provide a picturesque setting for outdoor activities. The nearby coastline boasts charming seaside towns, such as Llandudno and Conwy, with sandy beaches and historic landmarks. Adventure seekers can enjoy water sports, while history enthusiasts explore medieval castles. Snowdonia’s diverse scenery and coastal beauty create a perfect blend for a memorable Welsh getaway.

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