Coedfa Bach


Coedfa Bach

Lovely cottage, comfortable, clean and convenient, really enjoyed staying here!

Coedfa Bach occupies a wing of the owners Country House.
This romantic, cosy retreat sleeps 4 (1 double and a twin) and offers quality self-catering. House sleeps 8 people or 12 combined

accommodation at the gateway to the unrivalled scenery of the Snowdonia National Park

Full of original charm with exposed beams, local slate floors, wooden floorboards and large stone inglenook fireplace and original fireplaces feature to every room, exposed
stone work to walls with original Victorian "sash" windows.
Remains of the original bell system remains in this servants quarters can still be seen.

Coedfa Bach yn meddiannu adain y Prif Ty Gwledig. Ty rhamantus yn cysgu 4 (2 lofft -1 dwbl a dau wely) ac yn cynig hunan arlwyo o safon. Sefyllian Coedfa yn y porth i golygfeydd digymar Parc Cenedlaethol Eryri. Llawn o swyn gwreiddiol gyda thrawstiau agored. Lloriau llechi lleol, estyll pren, a pentan mawr cerrig. Llefydd tan wreiddio nodwedd i bob ystafell. Gwaith cerrig ir waliau gyda ffenestri wreiddiol Fictoraidd. Mae yna olion y system cloch gwreiddiol yn parhau i fod yn y bwthyn cyn 'weision' yma. Mwynhewch y gerddi gyda lawntiau teras deniadol gyda nant. Golygfeydd syfrdanol ar hyd Dyffryn Lledyr. Maen lleoliad delfrydol gyda llwybr troed yn arwain or ardd ir Geodwig Gwydyr enwog. Lleoli yn ddelfrydol o fewn pellter cerdded ir pentref gyda palmant a golau.


You will enjoy attractive terraced lawned gardens with stream, offering breathtaking views along the Lledyr Valley. It is an idyllic location with footpath leading from garden into the famous Gwydyr Forest. Ideally located within walking distance to the village with pavement and lighting

First Floor - Bathroom with shower over bath, toilet and basin. Beamed ceiling, stone feature to wall and wooden floorboards.
Master Bedroom - Victorian Cast Iron 4 poster bed, with original vaulted, beamed ceiling, wooden floorboards with original stone fireplace.
Bedroom 2 - beamed ceiling, wooden floorboards with original fireplace. 2 painted single 'Laura Ashley' beds
Lounge - exposed beams, original slate floor and beam, wood burner in stone inglenook fireplace (logs available locally).


Kitchen/diner -washer dryer, fridge and freezer, microwave, coffee machine, electric cooker, steamer, Granite work tops, original slate floor, pot sink.

Stone detail to wall featuring original fireplace.

Downstairs separate toilet with hand basin.

Tastefully furnished with antique furniture and scattered rugs.


Gas central heating, fuel and power included,
Duvets, linen and towels inc.
High chair & cot
Colour TV, video, DVD
Radio/ Cassette/CD player
Piano (not tuned!)
Selection of books, videos, CD's and games provided.
Garden furniture,
Off road parking for 2 cars.
Pets welcome.



13 September - Conwy Honey Fair - 700-year old Royal Charter Fair with honey and hive products stalls, plants and farmers’ market stalls. Local beekeepers sell over a tonne of honey
by lunchtime. On the High Street, Conwy from 9am to 4pm. Phone: 01492 650851. Web: website link
13 September - Llanddulas Male Voice Choir Concert - The ever popular, internationally famous Llanddulas Male Voice Choir will perform concerts with both piano and harp accompaniment at St John’s Methodist Church, Mostyn Street, Llandudno from 8pm. Tickets: £7. Phone: 01745 823791. Web: website link
14-16 September - LLAWN06 Llandudno Arts Weekend #6 - Llawn (Welsh for ‘full’) is MOSTYN’s free multi-arts festival that takes place across Llandudno on one weekend each September. There are performances for one person at a time, alongside shows that tell stories, games to play, music to listen to, cinema to relax to, workshops where you can make things and visual art exhibitions that you can lose yourself in. See website for more information: website link
15 September - Antique, Collectors and Vintage Fair - On sale will be a wide variety of goods with prices to suit everybody: china, glass, linen, paintings and prints, books, jewellery (fine and costume), silver, postcards etc. At Town Hall, Lloyd Street, Llandudno from 9am to 4pm. Admission: adult 50p, children under 16 free. Phone: 01492 518597. Web: website link
16 September - UK Pro Surf Tour - The UK Pro Tour is the only series of pro surf events held in the UK and this September it stops off at Surf Snowdonia once again! Take the opportunity to watch some of the best surfers in the world compete for the title in the heart of the Conwy Valley. This is
a free-to-attend event so come show your support. At Surf Snowdonia, Conwy Road, Dolgarrog. Phone: 01492 353123. Web: website link
16 September - Cars & Coffee on the Prom - Held on the third Sunday of the month throughout the summer from April to September for owners and lovers of classic and vintage cars. Attendance is free, so come along and meet like-minded enthusiasts to share stories, boast or covet. Everyone
is welcome. On the Promenade, Rhos-on-Sea from 9am to 2pm. Phone: 07962 421417. Web: website link
23 September - Llyn Alwen 11.5k - The Llyn Alwen trail run provides the perfect venue for trail running. The route is a mixture of gravel, trail path and fire roads which wind their way through the pine trees and forest, together with some open grassy sections which provide a stunning view over Denbigh Moors. From the Alwen Visitor Centre car park situated close to Llyn Brenig from 9.30am. Entry from £16 per adult. Phone: 07769 958671. Web: website link
28 and 29 September - Snowdonfest - Fun-packed, family-friendly days full of music, sports and film. Take part or watch the duathlon followed by music, entertainment, films and refreshments. A line-up of local artists showcases the talents we have here in North Wales. At Gwydir Park, Llanrwst. See website for full details of timings and ticket prices: website link
29 September - Snowdonia Endurance Trail - Part of the amazing Snowdonfest Adventure Weekend in Llanrwst. The course itself will be made up of an exhilarating 5km ‘loop’ and runners can choose between a 1 hour, 2 hour or 3 hour long option to complete as many laps in that time as possible. From Gwydir Park, Llanrwst. See website for event information and registration details: website link
29 September - Conwy Real Ale Trail - This one-day event allows you and your friends to have an awesome day out without the worries of who’s going to be the designated driver! We’re taking care of the transport and the hospitality. Visit up to 7 pubs and 2 microbreweries. Hop on and off anytime you want between 11am and 11pm! Start and finish anywhere on the route. Tickets £15. Phone: 01978 510141. Web: website link



A super home from home, beautiful and excellently equipped. Lovely Gardens and Grounds. Thank you

Love staying here, so cosy and beautiful, our second visit. Fantastic location for exploring the town and Snowdonia

Hi Beth
I just wanted to drop you a quick line to send you a very big thank you from us all.
We had a fantastic stay at the cottage, perfect.
It was everything we wished for and more.

Dear beth,
We have returned home to Cambridge after the most wonderful stay at Coedfa Bach. I just wanted to email and say a huge thank you. The cottage was amazing, the welcome cake and all facilities were spot on. I can't tell how relaxing, beautiful and homely the whole experience was. The beds were so very comfortable the decoration and history behind the pictures and photographs were fab really got the children talking and asking questions about the building and it's history, my only regret is that we couldn't stay longer due to work commitments.
Fingers crossed we will be booking with you again soon to explore more of North Wales and stay in your wonderful cottage.
Many thanks again it was truly an amazing stay for myself, husband, two teenage children and dog.
Sarah Shewan

-We have had a lovely time in this characterful cottage. My teenage children found their beds to be very comfortable and I really appreciated the pool. The cottage was very well located and not far from some great places to eat and things to do. We highly recommend the Bar Grill at the Royal Oak Hotel, the restaurant at the Waterloo Hotel and the restaurant at the Riverside Hotel-where they serve the best braised neck of lamb I have ever had.
As a family of four with two teenagers we highly recommend Tree Top Adventures which is just a walk from Coedfa.
We all climbed Mount Snowdon and were very grateful to the local tourist office for recommending the Llanberis routes, which we all completed in under 3 hours. My daughter especially enjoyed pour visit to Portmeirion. We were all enthralled by the Slate Caverns and got an insight into how hard life was around here. The use of the leisure facilities at the Waterloo Hotel was a definite bonus and very handy too on the rainy days. We would love to come back with the rest of our family and make use of Coedfa house and Coedfa Bach. Lastly thank you for the lovely lemon cake and tfor making the cottage so welcoming. With all our best wishes .

Lovely cottage in a fabulous location. Lovely walks to the river and falls

Loved it again, perfect to come home with weary limbs!!! See you in May!!

-Lovely and comfortable cottage, very well equipped. Had lovely Xmas, enjoyed a few walks in the surrounding area. Our son (18 months) loved the pool!

-Perfect holiday location. Warm and comfortable and beautifully decorated. A glass of red wine in front of the roaring log fire after a hard day walking......perfect. See you in the New Year

- Have had a great stay in your beautiful cottage. Immediately felt at home (which is unheard of for me in holiday cottages) and wish it was my permanent home! So much to do, village lovely and loads of nice places to eat. Great cycle route for kids as is flat and beautiful. Locals all very helpful and kids enjoyed daily swim in pool. It exceeded our expectations and we will definitely be back. Thanks so much

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