4 bedrooms - 1 double + 2 double or twin + 1 twin
Ty Newydd, sleeping 8, is a restored 18th century traditional Welsh farmhouse. Surrounded by fields grazed by sheep and fringed with oak woodland, Ty Newydd occupies a prominent position with breathtaking panoramic views over the Conwy estuary and the North Wales coast and towards the Carneddau mountains of Snowdonia National Park. The property lies off a single track lane, in the heart of the Bodnant Estate, with easy access to the various glorious walks along private paths on the Estate.
The farmhouse is an L-shaped building, which forms a delightful sheltered area facing south-west. We have taken a conservationist approach to its restoration, in order to preserve as much of the character and original features of the building as was feasible. For instance, ventilation slits in the barn were glazed rather than filled in (small birds have been known to nest in the slits, giving guests a good view of the chicks through the glass).
To complement the traditional restoration, we have installed high quality fittings and appliances, and furnished it comfortably and attractively, so as to give it the personal and welcoming feel of a home.
Log Burner/Open Fire
On Site Parking
Ideal for Groups
No Smoking Indoors
More Information and Availability
The property can be reached by car, but cannot be reached by public transport. It is approximately 6 miles to Llandudno Junction and 8 miles to Llandudno.
Adjacent to property. Suitable for parking up to six cars.
Basic limited internet connection to provide connectivity for email and internet browsing.
Dogs are permitted but they must be kept strictly under control due to sheep and cattle in adjacent fields.
Gravel and lawn areas.
Mobile phone reception, mains power supply, LPG gas, Log burner. Travel cot, high chair and stairgate available on request. Smoking outdoors only.