Christmas in Snowdonia anyone? If your idea of a magical Christmas is getting away from all the usual stressful festivities then our farm cottages could be your perfect hideaway. Hidden away on the slopes of a secluded valley, Moel yr Iwrch is the perfect place to escape from the world for a while.
What to do on Christmas day? You could spend your day taking a wintery country walk straight from your garden gate, through fields and woodland, taking a quick paddle in the river. Return to spend a cosy evening snuggled up in front of a blazing fire (or enjoy the comfortable warmth of the eco friendly underfloor heating if you’re too tired to get the wood burner going).
Christmas dinner will be a doddle in the well equipped kitchen. Whether you decide to go for turkey and trimmings or opt for something a little less traditional, you’ll find everything you’ll need to prepare your feast. Browse the internet for some Christmas food ideas.
Your cottage can be decked with boughs of holly and you can pile your Christmas presents under a Christmas tree, or, if you prefer, there can be no trace of tinsel in sight.
If you can’t go without a fix of Christmas cheer, head on down to Betws y Coed. Brightly lit and decked to the nines, this bustling little village has plenty of cosy cafes, bars and restaurants where you can find a cosy corner to enjoy a festive tipple in front of a glowing fire. If you’ve left your Christmas shopping to the very last minute you’re sure to find something in one of Betws y Coed’s array of gift and outdoor clothing shops.
We’re offering a 10% late availability discount for bookings of 5 nights or more. Perhaps you’re still stuck for a last minute gift idea or looking for that unique Christmas gift for someone special – we have gift vouchers available for any time of the year.