Tyddyn Derwen is one of eight luxury self-catering cottages on The Bodnant Estate near Conwy in North Wales. A perfect outdoor break, the Bodnant Estate is privately owned and this cottage lies off a woodland track from where there are glorious walks along private paths through woods and across farmland. The world famous Bodnant Garden owned by the National Trust, is central to the Estate and within one to two miles' walking distance from the properties and open 361 days a year. The world famous garden is famed for its laburnum arch, Italiante terraces, waterfalls and National Collections of plants.
The cottage has been delightfully restored to a very high standard and is decorated in a traditional style. It is the perfect secluded and tranquil spot, nestled in woodland and overlooking a field.
This holiday cottage at a glance
Sleeps five guests.
Three bedrooms, one en-suite shower room and one bathroom.
A wood burning stove.
Enclosed garden with spectacular views.
Ample parking is available.
You can bring your dog to this cottage (small additional charge); due to nearby livestock, please keep your pet under careful control.
Please note that access is via a woodland track.
Minimum of a three night stay.
Other properties on the estate are: Ty Ucha'r Ffordd, sleeping two guests, Ty Newydd, sleeping eight guests, Lletty, sleeping six guests, Lletty and Annexe, sleeping eight guests, Ty Cerrig, sleeping seven guests, Garth Iwrch, sleeping four guests, Bryn Rhydd, sleeping four guests and Bryn Derw sleeping four guests.
Electric oven with separate gas hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, separate table top freezer, washing machine.
A TV with freeview, DVD and CD player, radio.
Travel cot, high chair and stairgate.
Garden furniture and barbecue.
A 10% discount at Hayloft restaurant, the Tearooms, Bodnant Cookery School and Bodnant Garden Centre is available.
Fishing permits available at Bodnant Garden Centre.
A 'Click and Collect' service which allows you to order your food in advance and then collect on arrival from the Bodnant Welsh Food Centre.
Attractions and nearby amenities
Access to many miles of private paths that run through woods and across farmlands.
At Bodnant Welsh Food you will also discover the delicious Hayloft restaurant producing rustic Welsh food with a modern twist,
The Bodnant Tearooms where you can enjoy freshly baked cakes while overlooking the beautiful Conwy Estuary and Carneddau Hills and 25 meters of adventure play trail for the children.
Discover fresh skills in the Bodnant Cookery School with personal guidance from leading Welsh culinary experts. Whether you’re a complete beginner, a budding chef or an enthusiastic foodie, the state of the art cookery school hosts a wide range of inspiring courses suited to all abilities.
There is more to experience with the Bodnant Wine Cellar where you can enjoy a tasting event to tantalise your taste buds, complete ‘an Introduction to Food & Wine matching’ course or simply browse the large selection of the finest Welsh and world wines.
Book yourself onto a course at the National Beekeeping Centre.
Fishing permits can be purchased so you can spend a day in the heart of the estate trying to catch any number of fish from Roach, Tench, Perch, Eels and Rainbow Trout.
For the green fingered why not visit Bodnant Garden Centre. Otherwise, you may find a lovely gift from the Bodnant Craft Centre.
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