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Details of Dylasau Cottage
The holiday cottage "Dylasau Cottage" can be found in Betws-y-Coed, Gwynedd, near Betws y Coed - Gwynedd. Dylasau Cottage is about 4 miles from Betws y Coed. Sleeping 4 people in 3 bedrooms.
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Reviews of Dylasau Cottage
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These are the reviews for Dylasau Cottage. There are 64 reviews.
Lovely cottage, we really enjoyed our stay. Made use of the pool, sauna and jacuzzi at the nearby leisure centre as entry to this is included as part of the cottage rental. The walk around the farm is also very enjoyable. The pool table was also really fun. Only negative is that you need to drive everywhere but the cottage is well located and a great base for exploring snowdonia. Will try to visit again. Simon from Bristol (21 July 2017)
It was a nice and calm place to stay in a beautiful environment. Hubert from Geraardsbergen (07 July 2017)
Great little cottage let down by some of the equipment (blunt knives for example and cracked cups). new heat pump system great and the cottage was lovely and warm on cold nights. David from Preston (19 May 2017)
Had a great family time at dylasau - wonderful cottage in a wonderful location. Great access to snowdonia for walks and close to betws-y-coed. Used the swimming pool at the waterloo hotel everyday which is also a great added bonus. Will definitely be coming back next year and hope to for years to come. Rob from Long Crendon (14 April 2017)
This is a really lovely cottage in a peaceful (apart from glorious february birdsong) woodland setting. The cottage is rather small, but very cosy. it's obviously very old, but very nicely restored and spotlessly clean. Handy for the main road, so betwys is in easy reach if you have a car. . . we'd have liked some heating in the pool table annexe, however. The table was a selling point for us, but it was difficult to enjoy it because the room (stone walls and built into the hillside) was so cold. I guess that's an issue in february, rather than the summer and I know the owners are upgrading the house soon, so hope they'll consider this. . . we had a query about the broadband (not the owners' fault at all) and tom appeared at the door to help us within minutes. impressive! we would definitely stay here again. Linsey from Manchester (20 February 2017)
A very nice cottage in a great location for exploring the snowdonia region by bike, foot or car. Quaint, good-sized, cosy cottage with a great games room and good space for storage. Tom from Canterbury (02 January 2017)
Have stayed here a few times now - well equipped, perfect location for us. Wished we could have stayed longer. Esther from Cardigan (21 October 2016)
As we walked into the cottage it felt like home. A typical welsh country cottage. Every thing we needed was there, and the log burner was great. Extensive enclosed gardens were perfect for my dogs. Would we go again, yes in a heart beat Wendy from Leyland Lancashire (07 October 2016)
This is a "gorgeous away from it all" cottage, very rural & secluded. No noise, only birds chirping & green views all around!. cottage has everything you need & tom & sarah are lovely & very helpful. . . only thing we encountered is no wifi, got a signal but it wouldn't connect, which caused a little problem for planning our days where routes etc were needed, ., other than that all great!. . lots to do in the area, especially recommend conway falls & the go below challenge which we did, fab day but messy & not for the squeamish!. beautiful area and so much to do, we'll just have to come back again!. . the silver fountain pub on way to betws, does great food & although on the sunday we got there late, they still did us a meal, they stop serving at 7.30pm on sundays due to being open all day but rest of week it's up till 9pm. Very friendly & very welsh, loved it!. . overall a great weekend in fantastic surroundings & very comfortable cottage, loved the log burner especially when the rain & wind was hammering outside! Collins from Heywood (12 September 2016)
Great little cottage, very quiet and peaceful. lovely location, large rear garden with seating and table positioned to catch the last of the afternoon sun. being positioned close to betws y coed means that it is central for most local attractions. the pool table and table football kept the children off their phones in the evenings. plenty of space to store bikes, muddy boots, etc. local area great for walks, good mix of valley, woodland and open field paths with river edges to explore and waterfalls to gaze at. betws y coed, a little busy around the station and parking can be a little difficult if you turn up later in the day. overall we had a great time and would visit again. Nigel from Bristol (19 August 2016)
A lovely cottage in a quiet and tranquil setting. Very well equipped and clean . beautiful surrounding countryside would definitely recommend it! Helen from Petersfield (12 August 2016)
We have just arrived home from dylasau cottage. On arrival we were blown away with the breathtaking views, the cottage was situated in. Being greeted by the horses every morning made my sons week (they are now known as gumball & isobel). the cottage had everything required, to resume home life. We loved it that much, we booked a longer stay for 2017. Thank you the holgates Liam from Sale (29 July 2016)
Very nice. would stay again. host excellent. Only small improvements necessary: more plates/glasses; a few more toilet rolls; more dependable wifi (but then we were trying to get away from it all); a local os map would be useful; a dryer would make life easier (there is a washing line but it rained almost every day). Richard from Canada (15 July 2016)
Had a brilliant time but was taken ill and had to go home a day early David from Stone Staffs (26 May 2016)
Fabulous cottage, great position to explore north wales. Games room fab when weather turns, small but good dvd collection and comfortable furniture. Best cottage stayed in whilst in wales Richard from Exeter (20 May 2016)
We had a lovely stay at this very peaceful cottage we felt at home, everything you need and more was in the cottage, in a good location and surrounded by nature, and a very welcoming owner tom Karen from Stafford (13 May 2016)
Lovely quiet cottage in tranquil location backing onto fields. Well equipped and easy to reach most of north wales and anglesey within 40 min. Suitable for children and dogs, just not elderly due to steep garden. Melissa from Exeter, Devon (06 May 2016)
This is an unusually lovely cottage in a beautiful location.the farm trail gives an excellent view of the local area and the pool table was an added bonus which we really enjoyed.great access to the mountains!one week is definitely not long enough. Clare from Brighton (22 April 2016)
Gorgeous traditional stone cottage in a wonderfully secluded location. we all loved the pool table and had some fantastic days out in the hills, at go below, on the mountain railway and mountain biking in the woods. our hosts bent over backwards to make us feel at home and quickly responded to any queries. Sarah from Buckland St Mary (15 April 2016)
Lovely secluded cottage only three miles to nearest town. The facilities were generally good..though the kitchen could do with a dishwasher, and the wood burner was very time consuming! we wondered if coal would be more efficient? . a definite 'find' and a great romantic getaway. Julie from Seaford (29 February 2016)
Beautiful little cottage in a lovely location. It was a perfect base with all the attractions a little drive away. Will definately be going back! Confirmed Guest from It Was A Perfect Base With All The Attractions A L (02 November 2015)
Lovely, cosy cottage. Owners are very helpful and have obviously taken the time and trouble to make sure the cottage is a great holiday base. Location is wonderful - secluded, quiet, close to the mountains, rivers, forests. If you like a very rural getaway, this is the place for you. The cottage is clearly well used but is clean and tidy and has been updated a lot since we were last there 5 years ago. Plenty warm enough, comfy bed, cosy living room and lots of hot water for baths. Kitchen very well equipped but I tend to bring a few of my own things anyway. Nice small touches like tea and biscuits on arrival, a few flowers in a vase, and tom came round a few days later to check we had everything we needed. Betws itself is great - a bit pricey but then it is geared towards tourists. Loads of great places to eat. Highly recommended. Esther from Beulah (23 October 2015)
A beautiful and well equipped cottage in an amazing location. Would definitely recommend and will certainly be back. Thank you for a wonderful weekend escape. Rebecca from Selby (05 October 2015)
Had no instructions as to how telly worked but was quickly sorted by owners. Nicholas from Chipping Norton (25 September 2015)
Idyllic location, well equipped quaint cottage. Games room a bonus. Confirmed Guest (04 September 2015)
Off the main track about 4 miles from betsw-y-coed, but great place as holiday base. Rooms are snug, but utility area great for drying out walking clothes and boots. Garden was lovely and great having the neighbouring horses say good morning every day. Karen from Essex (21 August 2015)
Great cottage, fab location, well equipped. Rachel from Manchester (14 August 2015)
A quirky little cottage with all you need for a comfortable break. not far off the main a5 makes it a perfect spot for exploring the whole area and the elevated terrace outside, at canopy height of the trees in the ravine opposite, is just lovely. the garden is steep in places but well kept and secure for children and dogs. wouldn't hesitate staying again. Lesley from Pembrokeshire (26 June 2015)
This is a lovely cottage with amazing views and will 100% be staying there again Confirmed Guest (12 June 2015)
The cottage, easily findable as it's near the a5, but tucked away over the river conwy, was deceptively spacious for our 2 adult and 2 small children family. It gave us the seclusion we really wanted, surrounded as it is by farms. Some really nice touches such as a few supplies to get you up and running were great. All the facilities were of a great quality, and the homely cottage holiday we wanted was lovely. The cottage is not for the infirm, due to the steps to get up to the door..but our 2 and 4 year olds were perfectly fine! Ed from Kingston Upon Thames (29 May 2015)
A superb location. Cosy comfortable cottage located well for visiting lots of north wales attractions. Family friendly. Chip from Northants (10 April 2015)
On arrival at the cottage we parked the car in the drive way and looked up at the cottage. First impressions were "isn't it lovely, if a little small" - but that's just the front. Once we got up the steps to the front door and let ourselves in, it was something more. A beautiful, tastefully kept and very spacious cottage with a snug feel. . the tea and the hobnobs left in the kitchen were welcome after the sat nav had taken us on an around the world tour! a cup of tea and a start to the stove was all we needed to get the car unpacked. . it was really easy to feel at home here and our dogs adored the space and freedom it afforded them - if they were a little uncertain of the big fluffy four legs outside, actually on the back doorstep!. . the gym was lovely and well equipped and was a wonderful way to unwind before heading back to the cottage to relax. . all in all a beautiful cottage, in a beautiful place and somewhere we felt a twinge of sadness to be leaving - although we will be back very soon, I have no doubt. Neil from Cheshire (16 February 2015)
Very nice cottage but more suited for a younger family,excellent location really nice. Confirmed Purchaser (31 October 2014)
Aided by some beautiful late-september weather, this really was the perfect getaway. greeted by a tea tray on the kitchen table with milk in the fridge (which we'd forgotten) was the ideal start to a fantastic week away. a fantastic location from which we visited betwys-y-coed, llandudno and llanrwst. A few adventures, including the high ropes at treetops and lots of relaxing. could not have been better. loathe to recommend it as keen to go back ourselves next year. Julie from Wrexham (22 September 2014)
The cottage itself is adorable and inviting, if a little cobwebby in places. The wood burner is delightful, and it was interesting to look through the varied selection of books left for guests. We enjoyed the farm walk, only going a little off track when we missed an arrow post, and I am sure the leisure centre was lovely, but we had such a busy week, we didn't have time to use it. A word of warning to those going to climb snowdon; the stairs to the master bedroom are a little awkward when your legs are stiff, as the top step and the door frame don't line up. Just be careful of your footing. . we were visited by the owners son the day we got there to check we had settled in ok, which was nice, and we were left a tray set up for tea with cookies and a pint of milk in the fridge, which was a lovely touch. We enjoyed out stay. The cottage is well situated for loads of activities and sites and as we were staying here for our first anniversary/honeymoon, we really enjoyed getting away from all the stresses of home and made the most of the beautiful landscape of snowdonia. This is a beautiful cottage in a beautiful setting, but during our stay our parking space was flooded due to heavy rain as the space is essentially in the waterfall. Once my husband cleared a huge pile of debris from the under road drainage we could put the car back. . the bathroom has a shower attachment in the bath, which is either scalding or cold and has no attachment to the wall, I presume due to the daido rail running round the bathroom. . the dish for the tv was broken so the tv had no signal, which although not the end of the world was highly irritating when you just want to veg out after climbing snowdon. Ellie from Poole (16 May 2014)
Lovely cottage, could do with a refresh. The curtains are hanging off the rails throughout and have seen better days. . . also for stays of more than a weekend a washing machine would be a value add for those with little ones. On the plus side, once we worked out how to heat the cottage, it was lovely and cosy. Amanda from Middlewich/Cheshire (21 February 2014)
This is a lovely little cottage tucked away in the beautiful welsh countryside. It is quaint and cosy, with the only real problem being the rather antiquated and small hot water system. If that was sorted out and maybe a washer dryer installed in the outbuilding, this place would be pretty perfect. Alex from Manchester (30 August 2013)
Great location if you want to get away from people, avoid phone calls and internet connections. A lovely spot perfect for dog lovers as there is an out-house where they can dry off. Enjoyed the log fire too. Sean from Buckingham (24 August 2012)
Location-first impression from the outsde-where the property was sited Edward from Carlisle (13 July 2012)
Lovely cottage, great location , first time we have visited wales would definitely go to wales again. Toni from Christchurch Dorset (04 May 2012)
Lovely, homely cottage with the best views we’ve seen in years! Perfectly positioned for exploring North Wales. Customer 41 (May 2012)
The cottage and its location were perfect, exactly what we were hoping for and more. Great for taking your Dog along and the garden is fenced securely all round. If you are after an isolated cottage this is the one for you. Cant wait to return, hopefully very soon. Customer 42 (May 2012)
Lovely cottage and area, I would just like to see some walks from the cottage so i don’t have to drive somewhere first. Customer 43 (April 2012)
This is a fantastic cottage, a little gem. Its got everything you need. Love the log burner, very cosy at night. I take my dog and she loves it, all the garden is fenced off, so no need to worry. So peaceful, stayed a few times now, and will stay again. Thank you. Customer 44 (March 2012)
Very secluded and cosy location, but not too far from local tourist spots. Perfect for a romantic weekend away (or longer). Although we didn’t watch TV, the picture wasn’t great. It didn’t affect our enjoyment of the cottage at all! Customer 45 (November 2011)
Cottage was very cosy we had a great holiday the dog loved walking up the country lane which went for miles. The only downside was our mobiles had no signal and there was no phone in case of emergency. Customer 46 (July 2011)
Nice cottage, beautiful surroundings. Real escape to the country. Friendly people. Customer 47 (July 2011)
Quiet location, close to the mountains for walking. Customer 48 (January 2011)
Beautiful cottage in idyllic location. Customer 49 (October 2010)
Secluded, peaceful - very relaxing atmosphere and a great place to unwind. The cottage is ideally located for those wanting a ’outdoors’ holiday with the mountains, forests and coast all within 30-40 drive, and all the charms of Bettws within a 10 minute drive. Lots of walks from the cottage as well. Customer 50 (June 2010)
Very quiet and comfortable. Ideally placed in Snowdonia for great walks. Customer 51 (April 2010)
Lovely, warm, rustic cottage in blissful isolation and yet there is so much on the doorstep. Beautifully presented, imaculately clean on arrival and the owners leave a tea-tray, milk, juice and fresh flowers. A really welcoming touch. Customer 52 (March 2010)
Beautiful location, beautiful cottage, well situated for the mountains. Customer 53 (January 2010)
We spent the best Christmas at Dylasau Cottage, it was a perfect romantic getaway. The owners had even put in a real Christmas tree for us and we were lucky enough to have a white Christmas. We didn’t want to come home! A charming cottage in a beautiful location and we will most definitely be back. Customer 54 (December 2009)
The setting was wonderful the greeting by the owner and our welcome pack. Customer 55 (October 2009)
Great location, peaceful, everything we needed. Customer 56 (September 2009)
A very nice cottage, perfect location for walks in Snowdonia. Very friendly owner who also gave us an interesting tour on his farm. Thank you!. Wonderful location, the owner very friendly and helpful, for us the perfect place to spend a fortnight in Wales. Customer 57 (July 2009)
Excellent property, if anything the information understated how good it was and the facilities available. Customer 58 (March 2009)
The customer service helping me to choose and book the cottage was excellent. The accommodation was exactly as shown. The visuals I can remember were out of date, I think as the sofa which looked uncomfortable in the pic and nearly made me not book the cottage was actually a lovely leather one when we got there. The owner stopped by to say hello and see that we were ok. The welcome goodies was very thoughtful.The standard of the accommodation was very good and clean. We agreed that we would love to own the cottage!! The location was outstanding and exactly what we were looking for, isolation. Customer 59 (March 2009)
A most charming cottage in a great location for Snowdonia. Helpful people and great for the dogs. Customer 60 (October 2008)
Idyllic cottage, beautiful views, very comfortable! Customer 61 (April 2008)
Immediate surroundings - beautiful - stream alongside garden, wood & river to walk dogs in very picturesque, secluded but not remote. Local shopping restaurants in Betws y Coed excellent. Customer 62 (February 2008)
The owners were very friendly and helpful with local knowledge. Would definitely use their cottage again. Customer 63 (March 2007)
Dyllasau is a charming cottage and ideally placed for walking and sight seeing in Snowdonia. Customer 64 (September 2006)
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