Bryn Mawr is one of 10 luxury self-catering cottages on The Bodnant Estate, a strikingly beautiful agricultural estate in North Wales. Set in hilly and wooded countryside in the lower reaches of the Conwy Valley, it commands spectacular views across to Snowdonia. Stone cottages and farm buildings have been restored using traditional materials and techniques, and the Estate supports farming and encourages other rural activities. Various houses and cottages in scenic positions on the Estate are available for rent as holiday lets. Come and stay in one of them – and enjoy walking on the many miles of private woodland paths winding through the Estate.
A beautifully converted barn that sits high above the Conwy Valley. With a south-western aspect, the property is ideally placed to make the most of the vast and uninterrupted views. The detached conversion lies off a farm track at the heart of the Bodnant Estate, with acres of woods and farmland to stroll through. The cottage is two fields away from the nearest country lane, and as guests at Bryn Mawr, you’ll have access to over 20km of private paths to explore.
After a day spent exploring the landscape, this attractively renovated and furnished property is the ideal location to come home to. Decorated in a traditional yet modern style, the cottage has a real feeling of space, with a separate sitting room and open-plan kitchen and dining area. There’s space enough for up to seven guests to stretch out and relax. With attractive touches like the hand-crafted staircase leading up to the split-level ground floor, the cottage is a real home from home.
For larger groups Bryn Rhydd, is available to book sleeping four guests is located next to Bryn Mawr and can also be booked, subject to availability.. There are a number of other properties available to book at the Bodnant Estate; Ty Newydd, sleeping eight guests, Ty Cerrig, sleeping seven guests, Lletty, sleeping six guests, Lletty and Annexe, sleeping eight guests, Garth Iwrch, sleeping four guests, Tydden Derwen, sleeping five guests, Minafon sleeping two guests, Ty Ucha’r Ffordd, sleeping two guests and Bryn Derw, sleeping 4 guests.