Prices start from £150 per night
Tygwyn, Llanarmon D C
Our cottage is set in the middle of the stunning village Llanarmon DC, it’s perfect for romantic getaways and making memories as a family.
Ty Gwyn has three bedrooms – The double room has a large antique wooden bed and high ceilings. The large twin room maintains the character of this period house. The bunk room (leads from double) is ideal for children or adults as it benefits from large pine bunk beds. (we also provided a travel cot and high chair)
After a long day’s hiking, take a bath in the luxury whirlpool with shower (ground floor).
Ty Gwyn has a lovely large fitted kitchen which is equipped with d/washer, w/dryer, f/freezer, M/wave and all other kitchen equipment.
After cooking up a storm in the kitchen why not enjoy your meal in the dining room with its traditional inglenook fireplace or from the comfort of the conservatory? After finishing your supper make your way in to the comfort of the sitting room which has a lovely cosy and warm feeling with a log burner and comfortable seating, television, dvd player and free view. Or take a 2 minute walk across the lovely village and you will find two award winning hotels that serve a dish to suit all.
‘The Hand Hotel or The West Arms’
Ty Gwyn has central heating throughout.
We kindly ask you to bring your own towels for use in the cabin and with the Hot Tub.
Oven gloves and a tea towel will be provided as will disposable Jay cloths and cleaning products including dishwasher tablets, washing up powder, hand soap and detergent.
We will no longer be able to provide tea, coffee and sugar due to the risk of cross contamination.
Arrival and Departure – . Arrival time is after 4pm and the cabins need to be departed at 10.00am on the last day of your stay.
The key is at reception at the Hand Hotel Llanarmon D C LL20 7LD and to be returned on day of departure.
We do not provide fuel for the log burner, This can be Purchased in Glynceriog LL20 7EH (Spar, pharmacy, pubs, postoffice)
lots to do on the door step, Llangollen (multiple attractions including the Canal and Steam train), The famous Horseshoe pass, Llanrhaeadr Y.M waterfall (one of the seven wonders of Wales), The famous Erddig Hall (chosen as the best estate home on the BBC), The historic city of Chester witha large Zoo and Aquarium and retail park (Cheshire Oaks), The historic Market town of Oswestry with the Victorian Park Hall Farm, Lake Vyrnwy for fantastic walks and bird watching (RSPB), Powys castle (National trust property), and Wales’ largest natural Lake by the of Bala. North and Mid Wales’ beaches an hour and a halfs drive away. Snowdonia is a good hours drive away