Welcome to Cwt Elsi, an enchanting hideaway perfectly positioned in a pretty woodland copse and surrounded by far reaching views over verdant pastures towards the magnificent Snowdonia National Park. With a gorgeous hot tub, wonderful cosy interiors and under-floor heating to keep you warm whatever the weather, a getaway at this idyllic retreat would suit either a couple on a romantic getaway or a solo traveller seeking an adventure in the rural splendour of north Wales.
From the moment you arrive at Cwt Elsi you will be captivated. Handcrafted from traditional larch, this fabulous cabin is simply charming. The interiors are light and bright thanks to a perfectly positioned skylight letting in the morning sun as you awake, and the twinkling night stars as you fall asleep. Prepare meals in the kitchen-area, with everything you will need in miniature and enjoy your freshly made fayre, cooked up using the gas barbecue, to a backdrop of mountains, valleys and woodland at the gorgeous dining-table! A great night's sleep is assured in the super comfy king-size bed and the separate shower-room completes this lovely cabin.
Outside, sit on the terrace and drink in the mesmerising views over breakfast and cook up a storm using local produce for dinner. And, after a busy day of exploring, the hot tub invites you to relax in the bubbles, listening to the sound of nature all around watching the sunset. An additional cabin, Cwt Mari (5435) is your only other neighbour, but your privacy is assured as they are cleverly positioned with individual parking areas, private decks and secluded hot tubs.
North Wales is renowned for its breathtaking scenery, and you may decide to just sit back and embrace your magical location throughout your stay. If you do decide to travel further afield, Snowdonia National Park is on your doorstep with a vast network of walking and cycling trails all waiting to be explored. The pretty village of Llangernyw is a short drive away where you will find a popular inn with cosy interiors and a warming real fire, ideal if the chef wants a night off! The towns of Llanrwst and Betws-y-Coed are also not far away and worth a visit for a good selection of eclectic shops and eateries.
If the coast is calling, head for Conwy, a medieval seaside town with pretty cobbled streets and a stunning castle overlooking the sea. The golf club here enjoys stunning views and visitors are made very welcome. For the adventurous, head for Zip World where you can try tree top adventures or a zip safari and if you are feeling very brave, try Europe's highest giant swing! Llyn Brenig has bike hire available alongside fishing and an excellent cafe, perfect for a refreshment break after a ten-mile hike around the lake!
Whether you are looking for a few days of peace and tranquility or a getaway full of activities, this gorgeous cabin is perfectly placed for all your Welsh adventures.
Open plan living-room with kitchen and bedroom areas. Mini fridge, kettle, toaster and microwave. King-size double bed (5')
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
- No pets
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Hot tub/Outdoor bath
- Private parking for 1 car
- No WiFi
- No smoking
- Pub 2.5 miles
- Garden furniture and barbecue
- Under-floor heating and heated towel rail
Welcome to Cwt Elsi, our humble hideout in beautiful north Wales.
Warm and welcoming, this cabin is the perfect place to call home for a little while.
And there's a bubbling hot tub waiting for you on the deck...
Boasting mesmerising views across Snowdonia National Park.
From dawn till dusk it is simple magical.
Al fresco moments are a dream come true at Cwt Elsi.
The king-size bed takes centre stage, promising a peaceful night's rest.
And the kitchenette is well-equipped with all the essentials.
An idyllic way to begin the day!
Or why not treat that special someone to breakfast in bed.
The en suite shower-room is just the spot for freshening up after the day's adventures.
Indulge in a delicious cheeseboard and wine... you're on holiday after all!
Then embrace a heavenly soak in the hot tub.
With spellbinding views across rolling fields towards Snowdonia National Park.
The stunning heather moorlands promise scenes out of a storybook.
There's one other hideaway on site; Cwt Mari. Each cabin has their own parking, private decking and secluded hot tub to enjoy.
You're just a stone's throw from Snowdonia National Park!
Visit the mediaeval town of Conwy, with it's magnificent castle.
Conwy Mountain boasts the most spectacular view.
Take a boat trip along the Conwy River!
Or spend a day soaking up the sunshine at Morfa Beach.
Postcard pretty Llanrwst is well worth a visit!