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Book this 3 bedroom house in Betws-y-Coed today! A total of 6 people can sleep here comfortably.
Guests can enjoy a internet access and dishwasher among other amenities offered by this rental.
Travelers are sharing their opinions on this property. It has an overall rating of 5/5 thanks to an average of 17 reviews.
Costs vary, with the average weekly rate as low as $481 to as high as $1457, depending on travel dates.
The manager responds to 100% of inquiries and last updated the property’s calendar Aug 19, 2017.
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About the manager
About the manager
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- Calendar last updated:
- 19 Aug 2017
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Languages spoken: English
Proximity to TripAdvisor's Top Betws-y-coed Attractions
- Linen provided
- Towels provided
- Washing machine
Phone / Internet
- Wireless Internet
- High chair
- Smoking allowed
– based on 17 reviews
- Very Good
excellent cottage and location, the owners are very friendly and helpful and the welcome scones with cream and jam were wonderful thank you so much for sharing your cottage we had a lovely time. the cottage was very clean and well stocked with everything you could need for, the location was great, very peaceful, lots of walking or cycling on quite roads and if you venture up wards you come to an outstanding lake, we couldn't believe it when we came across it whilst out driving, great place for a picnic and watching the water sport.
“Beautiful, tranquil setting in a character house.”
The cottage has bags of charm, it's outside detailing is amazing. The location is perfect, set within its own private beautiful gardens. Within walking distance are a castle, the waterfall, the river with cafe. We felt in inside let the property down, the kitchen/utensils are worn, the house is damp and the bats scratching in the roof keep you awake at night. For any techies, there is no/very little phone signal. We would return, but would take less clothes as washing 4 full suitcases of clothes on returning home took the shine away plus baking trays/cooking utensils. The house wasnt supplied with as much 'household' items, dishwasher tablets, fairy liquid, hand washes etc as other cottages so be prepared to bring everything or have Tesco deliver. With no phone signal phone the owner for the cottage phone number to leave as a contact number on the tesco delivery page!
“The "Savoy" of Cottages”
Nant Cottage was our 5th cottage from Sykes and we just don't know how they can better it. Everything from the welcome scones and supplies to the waterfall virtually in your back garden makes this cottage and location special. I'm hesitant in saying to much as I will want to go back to Nant Cottage in the future and want to make certain that there will be a few free weeks left for me.
This place is ideal for either an active or relaxing (or both) holiday. The owners are wonderful, friendly, helpful and accommodating. You could not wish for a more idyllic situation with all amenities and easy access to the surrounding beauty spots. Well worth another visit
“blissful peace, quiet and nature, no distractions.”
The owners of Nant Cottage are lovely, the met us at the cottage with afternoon tea and made us very welcome, again (this was our second visit.) The cottage is very well equipped, my husband was a chef but even he managed to find eveything he needed in the kitchen, the rooms are well decorated with everything you need, tv, freeview, (the freeview box broke while we were there, I rang the owners in the morning and just after tea-time they came with a replacement!) log burning stove, payphone (it is the middle of nowhere so no mobile signal!) and the bedrooms are just lovely, our children (12 and 14) enjoyed being out in the garden looking for the slow worms and other wildlife, feeding the birds, playing in the stream and walking down to the waterfall just behind the cottage, (not recommended for young children unsupervised.) The cottage stands alone in a peaceful location surrounded by trees and nature, very quiet, lovely walks and drives from there, and an old hall just down the road well worth a visit. Without being unnecessarily picky we cannot fault Nant Cottage for a family holiday or get away for couples or friends, people with disabilities might find the spiral staircases tricky to negotiate though.
“Pleasant Out of Season Break”
Well situated 5 minute drive out of town. Well appointed cottage, and at this time of year a very appreciated log fire. Owners very helpfull and advised who/where to go in Betys-y-coed to seek help with a car problem, which proved to be simple, and was fixed at a reasonable price. All in all our stay was pleasant and we found the Cottage to be well situated to use all of the N Wales Area. (Snowdonia and the Coastal Towns) Cottage was full of character and well equipped. The bridge to enter driveway can be a bit alarming and care needs to be taken if stopping on it to open the gate in the dark, as there is no guard rail.
“Idylic Cottage and Setting”
Idylic setting for an idylic cottage. Lovely walks from the cottage with stream and large waterfall less than a stone throw away. Cottage very comfortable with inglenook fireplace and log burner for the autumn evenings. Withing easy distance of the lovely towns of Bettws Y Coed, Conwy and Llanwrst,with Snowdon and Cader Idris a walkers paradise. A warm welcome from the owner complete with Scones and tea made it a good start to a most enjoyable holiday. Our second visit and just as enjoyable as the first visit.
“'A chocolate box' home from home”
The cottage is in a wonderful location - how many properties have a waterfall in the back garden - and is fantastically well equipped. It is warm, cosy and comfortable. The welcome extended by the owner is second to none - the homemade scones were a lovely touch. We've visited on three occasions now and hope to go back in the future.