- Sleeps: 8
- BEDROOMS: 4
- Pets: Yes
- changeover: Friday
PRICES £533.00 - £1175.00 From £ 77 per night
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The Old Rectory Mawr is a fabulous house in the little hamlet of Llanddoged, in the beautiful Conwy Valley. Tucked away on a quiet road,, this great house has everything in the way of comfort and style. If you are looking to book somewhere nice and tranquil but want to be close to some really great places to visit then The Old Rectory Mawr would make an ideal choice.
The Old Rectory Mawr (meaning big), is attached to The Old Rectory Bach (meaning small) sleeping 4, and for larger groups you can book both together and receive 5% off the price! When booked together, guests at both cottages can access the lovely garden with its summerhouse, however there is a separate outside space for guests at the smaller cottage when booked independently.
The house itself is located in the Conwy Valley, a beautiful part of the world and very much a place that’s moving with times! Zipworld, Bouncebelow and the now world famous Surf Snowdonia are all within easy reach of the cottage and are great for entertaining the family! Those looking for the more leisurely pursuits in the area will find Bodnant Gardens are fabulous place to spend the day. We would recommend a visit to Conwy town, a fantastic medieval town which has the highly acclaimed status of being a UNESCO world heritage side, well worth a visit! The Victorian seaside town of Llandudno is also just 15 mins away by car and is widely regarded as the jewel in the North Wales crown. TripAdvisor voted it in the top 5 destinations to visit in Britain this year!
Sitting room - The sitting room is delicate blend of pastel colours and is a relaxing comfortable room with a 55 inch wall hung TV, wood burning stove and french doors into the sunroom.
Kitchen / Dining - The farmhouse kitchen is the hub of the house. With an Aga, a centre island, and dining table this room is warm and welcoming and a great social space. It is well equipped and has a combi- microwave and american fridge freezer.
Utility - The utility room has a belfast sink, washing machine and extra freezer.
Sunroom - spans the whole width of the house and is accessed from both the dining area and from the sitting room through french doors.
Bedrooms - Four bedrooms. Three doubles, all with ensuite shower rooms on the first floor. Up another flight of stairs to a twin bedroom.
Bathrooms - One family bathroom with a freestanding slipper bath, loo, wash hand basin and heated towel rail on the first floor. The three ensuite bathrooms have a shower, loo & wash hand basin.
Outside - A lockable external utility room with space to lock away bikes and outdoor equipment. There is a lovely lawned garden with a gazebo and a fabulous summerhouse with undercover decked area, - a really lovely spot when evening draws in to sit under the twinkly lights and dine alfresco.
Parking - Undercover parking for three cars plus a gravelled area for an extra car.
Heating - Central heating throughout (except the twin bedroom and snug at the top which have electric heaters).
Logs supplied for the fire.
Good to know - There is no bathroom on the very top floor.
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- Away from it all
- Bird Watching
- Church nearby
- Family friendly
- Garden to visit nearby
- Great in winter
- Scenic Drives
- Sight Seeing
- Tourist Attractions
- AGA or Rayburn
- Board Games
- Dining Area
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Ironing Board
- Linen and towels provided
- Pets accepted
- Washing machine
- Log burning stove