This luxury, semi-detached barn conversion is situated at the end of a steep mile long track next to the owner's property, 2 miles from the Welsh village of Eglwysbach in the Conwy Valley in North Wales, and can sleep 4 people in 2 bedrooms.
Buzzards View is a luxury, semi-detached barn conversion situated at the end of a steep mile long track next to the owner's property, 2 miles from the Welsh village of Eglwysbach in the Conwy Valley in North Wales. The cottage can sleep four people in two bedrooms - one king-size double with en-suite walk-in shower, basin and WC and one twin. There is also a bathroom with bath, basin and WC. The living accommodation consists of a fitted kitchen with dining area, and a sitting room with woodburner, which leads to a summer room with patio doors. Outside are decking, lawns and a patio with furniture and BBQ, along with ample off road parking. With wonderful rural scenery to enjoy, medieval Conwy nearby and a little further Snowdonia National Park, Buzzards View is a lovely cottage for a special break in the country.
RECENT CUSTOMER REVIEWS
Beautiful,cosy,well equipped place for a family My family have stayed for a week in Buzzard View cottage and spent a wonderful Christmas time in this magical place. We wish we could have stayed for longer! The cottage is beautifully designed, modern,very cosy excpecially with all the Christmas features and very well equipped, we have got everything we needed. I wish to have a house like this for myselfe We are going to be back in a spring/summer time for sure. Highly recommend this beautiful place. Escape110854 2018-12-28
Comfort and luxury in the beauty of Snowdonia This has got to be one of the best cottages ever. The views are to die for, attention to detail with furnishings and decor are outstanding and the property is so comfortable and warm and was a joy to return to after days out in the beautiful Welsh countryside. I would recommend this property highly to anyone. I couldn't fault it. Thanks so much for a memorable stay. shanglasmor 2018-02-27
Peace and quiet in North Wales Two of us stayed 5 nights in November 2017 with the weather wet and cold. We enjoyed our stay and did a lot of hiking in the area - this is a good location for many different day trips.
Positives: The view is amazing across the valley and staying in warmer months would allow for use of the outdoor areas. Two warm and comfortable living areas downstairs - one lounge room with a fireplace and a second conservatory/sitting room that is lovely, light and airy. Well equipped kitchen with pretty much everything we needed. The peace and quiet is lovely but having said this we didn't have anyone staying next door in the apartment for most of the time. We did hear music when there was someone in there so can't say it's perfectly sound proof - but we weren't bothered. The owner is obliging and friendly but not intrusive. Negatives: We felt that many reviews have been kind about the "adventure" of getting to the cottage once we'd done it ourselves. Speaking plainly, the road is steep in parts and pretty narrow and if it were icy road conditions it could be a bit dicey if you don't at least have a small SUV (which we did). More signage to find the cottage is needed - maybe not allowed. You feel pretty isolated once you're there (which is what we wanted) but didn't realise how isolated it is. The main bed is on the small side but ok re comfort - can't be called "luxurious" however by any stretch. If you have any mobility issues the stairs to the bedrooms and both bathrooms (no downstairs bathroom) are narrow and very steep. There was no coffee (except some stale coffee in a jar), milk, bath soap or other toiletries provided which would be reasonably expected in a "luxury" cottage. It's a long way back to a shop for a carton of milk and a jar of instant coffee so be sure to bring it. We brought everything we needed but we commented that we were very glad we did. The linen and towels etc are also not what you'd generally consider to be luxury quality. Clean and serviceable but not luxxy. ShellyR 2017-12-21
A holiday cottage not to be missed An absolutely beautiful place to stay, perfectly discribed in it discription, inside and out. Very spacious rooms, offering generous space for even 4 adults and pets, The kitchen is very well equipt, and spacious & theshower nice and powerful.
The cottage is very clean and the underfloor heating makes the whole place very comfortable, the decking with its little ambiant lighting is great for sitting out on, or even dinning out on a nice day. We stayed for 1 week but wish we had booked for 2 weeks
The 1.2 mile single track road running up to buzzards view, at first seems a bit daunting, but dont let this put you off, it is well worth it. I only have a small vauxhall Mervia, and it climbs the hill absolutly no bother, there is no need for a 4x4, as the climb is not over steep it is more of a steady climb with passing places should you meet a oncomming vehicle, Once at the cottage the veiws were stunning. On a clear evening the skies are full of stars there is no light pollution here.
The only downside that we found was the wifi did not work very well, but we belive that it was due to some stray cows knocking the satalite dish out of line.
All in all, a first class place to stay, you would not be disapointed. adrian m 2017-10-01
The cottage was beautiful, the views were stunning and the owner was extremely lovely. I would definitely go back. Mrs Tomalin 2016-08-07
Parking Space Linen provided Towels provided Dishwasher Cooker Fridge Washing Machine Television High Chair Cot WiFi
Double Beds 1
Twin Beds 1
Details Oil central heating with underfloor heating on ground floor and in bathrooms, woodburner in sitting room and heat recovery system Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, 2 x TVs both with FreeSat, DVD, stereo/CD, iPod dock, selection of books, games and DVDs, WiFi Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburner included in rent Bed linen and towels included in rent Travel cot, highchair and stairgate Ample off road parking Enclosed decking, lawns and patio with furniture and charcoal BBQ plus playing field One well-behaved dog welcome Sorry, no smoking Shop and pub 2 miles Note: There is a babbling brook in the front garden, therefore children should be supervised at all times - if all gates are closed, children cannot access the brook from the decking Note: This cottage is accessed via a long and steep hill
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