Don't be chained to the sink - use the dishwasher!
There is an enclosed garden at this cottage
A rural location
You get a woodburning stove at Eryri Cottage
Broadband is available at this cottage
A cot is available at Eryri Cottage
Parking is available at this cottage
There is a washing machine to use
Pets are allowed at Eryri Cottage.
There is a hot tub at this cottage
Details of Eryri Cottage
The holiday cottage "Eryri Cottage" can be found in Capel Curig, near Betws-y-Coed, near Trefriw - Gwynedd. Eryri Cottage is about 4 miles from Trefriw. This cottage sleeps 4 people, and has 2 bedrooms.
As Eryri Cottage sleeps 4 people, it is perfectly sized for a family holiday. When you want to go out for a drink in the evening, the nearest pub is 500 yards, the restaurant is 300 yards and the shop is ½ mile from Eryri Cottage.
Reviews of Eryri Cottage
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These are the reviews for Eryri Cottage. There are 19 reviews.
Prior to arrival, we contacted the owner (ian) to arrange key collection, and he couldn't have been more helpful on the phone. We arrived to a fully equipped cottage, with a cosy downstairs area with real log fire, and two upstairs bedrooms, which was perfect for us, our two children and small dog. The cottage is in a perfect location, with stunning views of snowden and the surrounding snowdonia peaks, which is also convenient for the nearest villages, including betws -y-coed and beddgelert. Local amenities in capel curig include a local shop, cafes, outdoor equipment shop, and local pubs and restaurant. The cafe at the end of the road (moel siabod cafe) has very useful information about local walks from your doorstep in capel curig. The cottage is well maintained and stocked with essentials, and enough logs to keep the fire burning all week, which was a lovely touch. The shared hot tub was in the front garden, which may be off putting for some, but it's location had spectacular views of the mountains, and was a delight to use after long walks in the area. Our only very small criticism after a well enjoyed stay, would be the slightly awkward car parking for the shared cottages, and the rather uncomfortable bed in the main bedroom. Some may prefer an upstairs bathroom, but we found the downstairs wet room very useful and convenient after long muddy walks, and for use prior and after using the hot tub. We would thoroughly recommend this cottage, and would definitively visit again in the future. Emma from Cardiff (28 July 2017)
Lovely cottage fantastic location, cleanliness needs improving hot tub wasnt treated everyday. Shower room drains need sorting smelled a lot. Overall satisfactory. Darren from Shower Room Drains Need Sorting Smelled A Lot. (07 July 2017)
A well kept, well equipped, cosy, comfortable cottage in a quiet, accessible location close tio snowdon. Two great pubs close by, a walkers' cafe on the doorstep and the hot tub was wonderful after a long day on the hills . would definitely book again Adrian from Rutland (30 June 2017)
This is an ideal place to stay for a family with a dog. Accommodation is great, handy café serving breakfast from 7.30am and two walkable pubs, one a bistro type which serves excellent fayre the other very good pub grub. Great location for snowdon, zip world, caernarfon and swallow falls. Would highly recommend it. Dave from Lytham St Anne'S (21 June 2017)
This is a lovely little cottage the main thing that let it down was the bathroom it needs a bit of a revamp and a really good clean!! . other than that it's well maintained there is an excellent restaurant 2 minutes walk away and is perfectly located for local walks and the hills . the woodburner is a nice little touch. It accepts dogs which is great but it's a shared garden so u have to keep an eye on your pooch all the time as next door allows dogs as well. . overall we had a nice stay at this cottage Helen from Edinburgh (16 June 2017)
Had a fantastic few days stay here recently. A lovely setting and stunning little cottage helped along by the added little touch of arriving to find a pint of milk in the fridge..it's the little things that impress me. . we are already looking to come back next year and hopefully stay a little longer this time. Justin from Chelmsford (22 May 2017)
We liked it very much because there is a cafe nearby. However, we had an unpleasant experience with a lady living next door, who made unfriendly remarks about our kids trespassing her property. It was our first evening there and spoiled the whole stay a little. We also tried out the hot tub and our kids loved it. Aron (01 May 2017)
We had a good week at capel curig. Nice cosy cottage in a great location for walking, cycling and days out. Hot tub is a great addition as we used this after days of walks. . on arrival we were a few items missing from the cottage but this was quickly rectified after speaking to the owner. We could have done with some coat hooks downstairs and airer for wet clothes. The kitchen could be better equipped with a big pan (for making chilli and spaghetti bol!) the frying pan had seen better days. . the website stated a bike store but there is not one. However I was able to lock my bike in the back garden and cover with a tarpaulin. To do this you need to take the bike through the cottage. Antony from Notingham (14 April 2017)
Brilliant stay in a beautiful cottage. Love the traditional cottage but modern inside. Very warm and cosy. Beds were comfortable. Great location for snowdon, zipworld and local walks. Couple of tiny points would be good. Coat hooks, as there was no where to hang coats, the shower could be hotter and more powerful, and a clothes airer would off been useful. . apart from that, loved it and would definitely return. Justine from Ramsgate Kent (07 April 2017)
Good location for walks, with welcoming pubs and cafes nearby. The cottage was warm, clean and comfortable even though the weather at the time (february) was wet and cold. The cottage was well equipped . the only additions we would suggest would be a teapot (maybe we didn't look hard enough!) - essential if you are making tea for flasks, and maybe a clothes horse would have come in handy for drying out our socks. Steve from Builth Wells (03 March 2017)
Fantastic, 10/10. Mick from Spalding (14 January 2017)
Awesome place loved it ! Sarah from Mold (30 December 2016)
Awesome location and really lovely cottage. Definitely go back. Aimee from Bedford (20 November 2016)
This made an excellent base. the owner was friendly and most helpful, ensuring that we knew where everything was and how it worked and providing wood, kindling and firelighters for the stove as well as teabags and milk - all that you want straight away on a cold and wet november afternoon! the cottage was spotlessly clean, comfortable and well equipped. i'd only make one or two minor suggestions: coathooks downstairs would have been useful as would one or two pyrex-type containers of a size to fit in the microwave. but that's being picky - we were essentially well provided for. we didn't actually use the hot-tub (although neighbours in the next cottage did) but that was the fault of the weather! on a summer or a clear winter's evening it would have seen some use. we hope to return and would certainly recommend this cottage. Susan from Milton Keynes (14 November 2016)
A real little gem. Best location we have ever stayed in for things to do. Ian the owner couldnt have been more welcoming or helpful and we were made to feel at home. Would definately like to stay again. Justin from Lowestoft (28 October 2016)
A beautiful cottage surrounded by the most amazing views, we will definitely be visiting again Cheryl from Merseyside (26 August 2016)
Like previous guests, as the property was new on the market, we booked blind only seeing exterior pics but we were not disappointed! . fantastic cosy cottage that had everything you could need for both wet and wild weather (wood burning stove and cosy lounge) and gorgeous sunshine (garden and hot tub) with amazing views of the snowdonia hills. . ian was very helpful & even went to great lengths to post back forgotten items. We would definitely recommend & return to eyri cottage. . melissa, amy, jennie & gus Melissa from Altrincham (22 August 2016)
Our 1st stay here and definitely not the last!!!. . booked up for 4 nights,and can honestly recommend this cottage. Plenty of different walks for the dog. Beautiful setting, and a lovely homely feel.fully equipped with everything you need for your stay. Could not have had a warmer welcome from the owner ian. . you will not be disappointed with this cottage. Confirmed Guest (19 August 2016)
We booked this cottage not really knowing what to expect as no photos were avilable to view but wow what a little gem! beautifully refurbished with a rustic charm and all new modern /appliances. A hot tub in the garden with the welsh mountains as a back drop was a little slice of heaven. . ian the landlord made us very welcome. He had thought of all the little extras that make a holiday run smoothly from tea and coffee to clothes pegs. . . highly recommended! Jackie from Milton Keynes (12 August 2016)
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