Siabod In Snowdonia

Capel Garmon, Betws-y-Coed, Snowdonia National Park, Conwy, Countryside

Check-in Time: 15:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

From the spacious kitchen/dining area there are French doors opening onto patio area with garden furniture and magnificent views overlooking the Snowdonia Mountain range. The patio is great for al-fresco dining while enjoying the views of the mountains.

Walkers & cyclists are welcome, and lockable storage is available for mountain bikes.

Downstairs Description

Siabod is a newly converted cottage which sleeps 2/4 and has retained its traditional style and features and was originally a shippon. It is situated in a perfect position 2 miles from Betws-y-Coed in the Snowdonia National Park.

The cottage has a well equipped oak farmhouse kitchen/dining room leading out onto a Patio and a lounge which has a Flat screen SKY TV .

There is also a toilet downstairs.

First Floor Description

The double room is very spacious has a kingsize bed and roll top bath en-suite with toilet and basin, while the twin bedroom has a shower en-suite, toilet and basin.

Windows Views Description

Breathtaking views of the Snowdonia Mountain Range

Child Friendly: Cot and high chair available
Group Getaways: The 3 cottages could sleep 12
Farm Experience: Small holding with chickens and ducks
Wi-Fi/Broadband
Open Fire/Multi Fuel Burner
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Romantic Hideaway: Luxurious king size bed with roll top bath en-suite cosy fire to cuddle up with
Tourist Attractions:
  • Swallow Falls.: This waterfall on the Afon Llugwy has become a familiar natural celebrity over the past 100 years and has featured on film, postcard and canvas. Visit website
  • Fairy Glen In Betws Y Coed: One of the principal natural attractions of the village, and where Wuhelmina Stitch, “waits and waits, to see the fairy men. Visit website
  • Conwy Castle : Which was built for King Edward I between 1283-87 as one of the key fortresses in his ‘iron ring’ of castles to contain the Welsh, Master James of St George’s design at Conwy remains one of the most outstanding achievements of medieval military architecture Visit website
  • Britain’s Smallest House.: Only 1.8m wide this is a former fisherman’s cottage set on the Quay in Conwy. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • Ty Gwyn Restaurants : In Betws Y Coed which popular with fish lovers and very good reputation for its food, renowned locally for its international cuisine using the freshest of local produce. Visit website
  • The Bistro: a family run, popular bistro with Seasonal, Welsh menus which include adaptions of traditional meals (some dating back to Medieval times) as well as their own modern dishes using suppliers of produce from the Conwy Valley. Visit website
  • Tu Hwnt I’r Bont: Who serve delicious Welsh Cream Teas Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Londis: 2 miles away in Betws-y-Coed Visit website
  • Tesco: At Llandudno Junction which is only 17 miles away.Why not pre order your grocery orders for delivery for the cottage. Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Gwydir Forest The Gwydyr Trail: Built in association with Marin bikes, leaves from Gwydir Forest centre, a couple of miles north of town. Long challenging climbs lead to miles of brand new technical singletrack weaving through trees and boulders, across streams and down snaking ridge lines. Visit website
  • Betws-y-Coed Golf Club: Commanding stunning views of the Conwy Valley and Snowdonia Mountain Range. It is also home to a wide variety of natural wildlife. As a result Betws-y-Coed Golf Course provides a little haven of natural beauty that will enhance any round of golf. Visit website
  • Snowdonia Adventure Activities: Offer Visit website