Conwy, North Wales
Luxurious 1600’s farmhouse with hot tub and garden, nestling in the Conwy Valley near the Snowdonia National Park.
Valley View Farmhouse is listed in affiliation with Holiday Cottages.
Stunning farmhouse in Tyn Y Groes just 4 miles from coastal Conwy. An inviting town and World Heritage Site with castle, town walls, independent shops, eateries and even a fishing harbour. With many footpaths, cycle routes and bridle ways you can discover gentle strolls to challenging climbs with breath-taking views. Visit the RSPB Reserve for fishing and wildlife watching or have an adventure at Zip World and Surf Snowdonia. Taste the culinary delights in pubs, restaurants and cafes, enjoy the wide range of shops and attractions such as National Trust’s Bodnant Gardens, the Welsh Food Centre, the Welsh Mountain Zoo, the Elizabethan town house and the Smallest House in Britain. What more could you wish for?
Approached down the private drive, this detached attractive 16th century farmhouse is full of exposed original oak beams, huge inglenook fireplaces, antique welsh furniture and all the thoughtful little luxuries to enhance your stay. Walk into the lounge/diner with stunning huge fireplace, wood burner, large comfy sofas and interesting artwork to enjoy. The dining table is perfectly positioned next to the steps to the kitchen to enjoy family meals together whilst embracing the ambience of the house. Walk through to the stylish kitchen complementing the period charm of the house. The spacious kitchen has all you need to prepare a delicious meal with the Range electric oven and hob, microwave, Smeg fridge/freezer and the dishwasher and a 18th century dairy table as an island. Walk back through to the utility room with Belfast sink and washing machine/dryer and access to the garden. Around the corner is the creatively designed shower room with walk in shower and WC, just perfect for a leisurely start to the day. After dinner relax in the lounge by the glow of the fire or go through to the cosy snug with sofa and armchairs, feature fireplace, wood burner and Smart TV for a relaxing movie night. As you head up the staircase, there are three beautiful bedrooms with exposed beams to choose from: one with the super-king-size bed with a beautiful 400 year old oak floor, the stylish contemporary double with stable door to the garden or the lovely twin. All three have gorgeous bed linen and soft towels. Lastly, on this floor you will find the delightful bathroom with bath and WC, run the bath, lie back, relax and enjoy the countryside views.
The house sits in the centre of the large garden with hot tub, patio, attractive stone walls, established borders and lawn. The paved patio and pergola have a slate table, chairs and charcoal BBQ, just perfect for alfresco dining, relaxing and embracing the wonderful surroundings and views. The hot tub nestles in the old pig house which offers a delightful shelter as you embrace the magical views. Ample parking in the garden. Lockable bike rack in the old pig house.
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