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Ty Beulah
Llanddulas, Conwy, North Wales
Tel: 01745 824328

Ty Beulah

Self-catering holiday cottage.
Open throughout the year.
Sleeps up to four persons.
Price from £230 - £445 per week. Weekend breaks available.
Pets - one dog only.

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Ty Beulah has been lovingly converted from a stone chapel house and is situated in the countryside of rural North Wales, only one mile from the beautiful beaches and spectacular scenery of the Welsh coast and is a perfect base for touring Snowdonia.

Ty Beulah retains its original features along with all the all the modern facilities for a comfortable and well-equipped holiday cottage.


Ty Beulah - bedroomTy Beulah sleeps up to four people, having one double and one twin bedroom.

There is a large fully fitted bathroom upstairs with a shower over the bath.
A separate WC with hand basin is located downstairs.


Ty Beulah - loungeThe cosy lounge overlooks the river to the rear of the cottage and comfortably seats four.
The kitchen has a pine table seating four and is well equipped with microwave, washing machine and larder fridge.


Ty Beulah - patio Outside, the attractive patio area provides plenty of room for relaxing or entertaining with views of the surrounding countryside. A family-size BBQ is available for use.




Ty Beulah is located in the village of Llanddulas, Conwy, North Wales.


The Snowdonia National Park and Clwydian Hills are popular with walkers and ramblers and there are Nature Reserves at Conwy and Great Orme. There are activities for all the family, including leisure centres, golf courses, the Welsh Mountain Zoo, Victorian Llandudno with its dry ski slope and lovely beaches, Conwy Castle and Bodnant Gardens to visit.

Caernarfon Castle, Mount Snowdon, delightful Betws-y-Coed, famous for its outdoor and climbing shops as well as its beautiful scenery, and the historic city of Chester all make wonderful day trips.

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