Positioned above a bubbling stream – great for paddling and dam building and a post-sauna dip for those staying in our shepherds' huts – you'll find us half a mile from the road, along a farm track. Richard, Hazel, their children and other guests are about the only people who will ever pass by except for the occasional walker. Even the postie doesn’t come up here! You might see and hear some wildlife though – a heron can often be seen fishing in the stream, red kites whirl overhead and a family of hares lives next to the track. We’ve also resident owls that you’ll hear as you sit out by the fire in the evenings.
By car: The best way to get here is by car. When you complete your booking we'll send you a map with directions from the main road. (SatNav doesn't always work up here!)
Bring your bike and come by train:
From London there are several direct trains a day from Euston to Llandudno Junction with a journey time of just over 3 hours. Most trains change at either Crewe or Chester for Llandudno Junction. From there it’s possible to get a connection to Betws-y-Coed.