Peniarth Bach Farm

Cottage Holidays in Conwy

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Enjoying a beautiful setting amidst 40 acres of farmland, these five delightful cottages provide a perfect location for a relaxing holiday or exploring the picturesque surrounding area. Four of the cottages have been skilfully converted from a range of traditional farm buildings whilst the fifth is the original farmhouse and all of them offer a high standard of accommodation, with cosy wood burning stoves and comfortable furnishings.

Colwyn Bay's glorious sandy beaches lie just 7 miles away whilst under 10 miles distant, Llandudno, worth visiting just for its Victorian Pier, boasts a myriad of family attractions, famous cable cars to the Great Orme, dry ski slope and fine selection of shops. The surrounding country park is a haven for flora and fauna, its rugged cliffs a breeding ground for seabirds. Golf, great walking, horse riding, fishing and bird watching are all enjoyed locally and more adventurous spirits will head to Betws y Coed where Snowdonia's exciting array of outdoor pursuits, including climbing and a high ropes course, are all easily accessible – the nearby Swallow Falls are one of the most beautiful spots in Wales.

History lovers staying at Peniarth Bach Farm, will be drawn to Conwy town, a World Heritage Site encircled by medieval walls, its massively impressive ancient castle commanding a rock above the estuary. There are gentler, domestic, buildings here too. Plas Mawr is an immaculately preserved Elizabethan townhouse, and down on the old quayside is possibly Britain's smallest house, less than

10 ft tall and only 6 ft wide. Gardening enthusiasts will be sure to take in a trip to the National Trust's Bodnant Garden, one of the world's most spectacular gardens, whose glorious location above the River Conwy affords stunning views across Snowdonia.

The historic city of Chester for superb shopping, a fascinating zoo, galleries, museums and horse racing is a drive of about 40 minutes and magnificent Caernarfon Castle, site of the investiture of the Prince of Wales, is also within easy reach as are the many delights of the Isle of Anglesey. Last refuge of the Druids, and dotted with standing stones and burial chambers, Anglesey is connected to the mainland by two bridges over the Menai Strait, whose shores are also the setting for Wales' largest marine aquarium, the Anglesey Sea Zoo. The elegant town of Beaumaris, also home to a splendid castle built by Edward I and the fascinating Museum of Childhood, is the place to head for puffin and seal watching cruises.

A pub serving food and village shop are found in Betws-Yn-Rhos, 1 mile, and more extensive shopping is available in Colwyn Bay, 7 miles.

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