View towards the property
Snuggle up in front of the wood burner
Cosy lounge to relax in
Well-equipped kitchen
Time to rustle up a meal
Natural light floods in this spacious bedroom
Small double bed with en-suite shower room
Make the most of the sunshine and blue skies in the garden
The Fairy Falls
Follow the Fairy Falls trail a few yards from the cottage
1 / 10  View towards the property
2 / 10  Snuggle up in front of the wood burner
3 / 10  Cosy lounge to relax in
4 / 10  Well-equipped kitchen
5 / 10  Time to rustle up a meal
6 / 10  Natural light floods in this spacious bedroom
7 / 10  Small double bed with en-suite shower room
8 / 10  Make the most of the sunshine and blue skies in the garden
9 / 10  The Fairy Falls
10 / 10  Follow the Fairy Falls trail a few yards from the cottage


Trefriw, North Wales
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 2
Change Fri
No Dogs
Downstairs bathroom
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Fishing onsite / nearby
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Take one of the many walking routes form your front door and explore the local area
  • Cosy stone cottage with garden, close to Fairy Falls Trail in Trefriw with pub and shops
  • Pop to Llanwrst, Betws-y-Coed, Llandudno and Conwy coast for a day of shopping or try the many restaurants
  • Take the challenges of Snowdon’s Summit, Surf Snowdonia and the Zip World Caverns
Property code: 54752

Cosy semi-detached stone cottage in Trefriw, Snowdonia National Park. Perfect for a romantic break to relax or enjoy activities. Close to Betws-y-Coed and the best of North Wales’ countryside, coast and culture.

From the doorstep take a stroll to Fairy Falls and head down the trail or pop to Trefriw with its eateries, shops and Woollen Mill. Close by is historic Llanwrst with Tudor Gwydir Castle, play park, restaurants, cafes and independent shops or go to Betws-y-coed, full of outdoor activity and craft shops, galleries and cafes. Coastal Conwy and Llandudno are both within 10 miles. Explore the footpaths, cycle routes and attractions in Snowdonia National Park, perfect for walking, climbing, kayaking, canoeing and fishing in this breath-taking scenery. Visit Swallow Falls, Conwy Valley Railway Museum, Conwy Castle and National Trusts Bodnant Gardens. Take the challenges of Snowdon, Surf Snowdonia and Zip World Caverns. An all year round destination for your holiday.

Enter the cottage by the porch, with space for your coats and boots, which leads you in to the cosy lounge with feature fireplace, wood burner, TV and selection of books. Relax on the sofa, watch a film or lose yourself in a good book. If you decide to rustle up a meal, with purchases from local suppliers, there is the lovely kitchen to cook in, well-equipped with electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge and dishwasher. There is a freezer in the back porch/boot room. The dining table takes centre stage and is the perfect setting for a romantic meal and to plan your activities. Up the stairs is the welcoming bedroom with small double bed and en-suite shower and WC. There is also a shower room with shower and WC, on the ground floor. So there is plenty of choice to enjoy an invigorating shower before you head out for a day’s adventure.

Enjoy the sunshine and al fresco dining in the paved garden with table, seating and charcoal BBQ. If you are bringing your bike or canoe there is a lockable store available. There is private parking for one car at the property.

  • 1 Bedroom - double
  • 1 Shower room and 1 en-suite shower room
  • Electric oven and gas hob, fridge, microwave and dishwasher, and a freezer in the back porch/boot room
  • Wood burner (first basket of logs provided)
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Bedlinen and towels provided
  • Private parking for 1 car
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Regret no pets
  • Shop and Pub within walking distance
  • Beach 10 miles,
  • Lockable bicycle and kayak store
  • Charcoal BBQ available
  • TV in lounge
  • Arrival 4pm
  • Property is situated on a steep hill, parking is flat

This property joined our collection in 2018 and is managed by Kathryn.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 16 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Diane, 17th March 2020

Hyfrydel lived up to its name - a pleasant place. It was cosy, comfortable and well equipped (we have just made a couple of minor suggestions). The location is superb, especially for walkers like us, with a footpath literally on the doorstep, and very peaceful.

Reviewed by Nigel, 7th February 2020

Cosy, one bed cottage for two with nice kitchen and real log burner fire. Small double bed, in scale with cottage. Stairs are short and steep. Not suitable for elderly or those with unsure footing. Great location for walking/hill walking. Fairy Falls very close by as are village amenities (pubs, post office etc). Overall a great place to chill for Read morea few days. Hide

Reviewed by Julie, 31st January 2020

Lovely cottage in great location for Snowdonia and good facilities nearby, pubs, restaurants and supermarket. Great log burner and well -equipped kitchen. Only issue was the bed.

Reviewed by Angela, 25th September 2019

The cottage was small and compact and had everything you needed , good location for walks and not far away from main towns too lots of things to do easy to fill a weeks holiday or just a weekend if your planning on walking there are lots of routes and it's not far from snowdon too

Reviewed by Ellie, 1st September 2019

We had a great time and really loved the position of the cottage; it was in a quaint village and had access to a lovely family butchers and pubs. We felt welcomed by the locals and enjoyed relaxing in the Old Ship. The cottage was very comfy and we loved having it as a base for our trip around north Wales; the log burner was a welcome addition afteRead morer a wet walk up and down Snowdon!! The kitchen was well equipped and the convenience of the additional downstairs loo was a nice to have. Hide

Reviewed by Colin, 12th July 2019

For us, the bed was a little small and there was a lack of storage space. Not the cleanest of cottages we have stayed in.

Reviewed by Mandy, 14th June 2019

The cottage was perfect for two people - plenty of equipment,full size cooker,oven,fridge and the freezer was useful as well. Heating worked and was easy to switch on and off. The Freesat Humax TV box was a real bonus and was very easy to programme. Key safe was easy to use. Great butcher in the village and the Woollen Mill is a must. Good locationRead more for numerous visitor attractions and roads were easy to access to all locations. We had a lovely time and would recommend this cottage to anyone. Hide

Reviewed by Alison, 24th May 2019

This is a small, cosy, romantic cottage, very close to the Fairy falls - you can hear the falls when the windows are open. It also has a lovely wood burner (lots of logs provided!) The stairs are very steep with no handrail, and the shower rooms are narrow so I would not recommend this property for larger people, or those with walking difficulties.

Reviewed by Daniel, 1st March 2019

Lovely warm cosy cottage, great location for many activities. Good facilities and parking space big enough for a van.

Reviewed by Carolyn, 18th February 2019

Lovely cottage for a restful few days. The cottage is very easy to find from the directions. Everything was provided to a high standard and the housekeeping information was excellent. I would definitely recommend this to any couple wanting a relaxing holiday

Reviewed by Laura, 31st August 2018

This was such a lovely little cottage and I would totally recommend it for a couples retreat. It quickly became our home and we were sad to leave. The surrounding area was beautiful and we enjoyed our walks. We could hear fairy falls from the cottage, it was very relaxing. I'd recommend the Sunday roast at the fairy falls pub also. The book collectRead moreion in the cottage was great too, each evening I'd get comfy on the sofa and settle down to a new read. Hide

Reviewed by Terence, 13th July 2018

A great place to stay.On the edge of the National Park and easy access to the coast and many tourist sites. Portmerion a must see plus Penhryn Castle.Shops all friendly and whole area spotlessly clean and tidy. Thoroughly recommended

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