The Barn at Llanerch Y Felin
- Dog Friendly
With its oak pegged beams, under-floor heating, and Aga wood burning stove, the Barn at Llanerch y Felin provides a cosy retreat for two wishing to enjoy the beauty of the Conwy Valley and Snowdonia in independent luxury accommodation surrounded by the picturesque gardens of a Historic Snowdonia House on the edge of a charming rural village.
- Visit Wales 5 star
- Sleeps 2
- Pet Friendly
- Car Parking for 2 Cars
A large open plan living/dining/kitchen with underfloor heating and wood burning stove. Granite worktops on bespoke handcrafted oak units conceal modern appliances including a touch control hob, conventional oven, microwave, washer/dryer, dishwasher, fridge, and freezer.
A bedroom with King Size bed and en-suite shower room boasting an unusual oak framed shower and granite vanity unit. Linen and towels are provided.
The Barn has Wifi access and a smart TV with Netflix. A good selection of books on local history and walking in the area and a choice of board games to enjoy in the evening.
Coffee, tea, sugar, milk, Welsh butter, and home-baked Bara Brith are ready to enjoy when you arrive, and the village pub is only 100m away serving excellent home-cooked food. At weekends, enjoy a drink with a cake and meet locals at the Malwen village shop or visit Bodnant Farm foods open every day to stock up on local produce.
The Barn has views onto open fields and a private gated courtyard garden with a barbecue and undercover seating area. Guests to the Barn are also welcome to enjoy the gardens at Llanerch y Felin that have been lovingly restored and developed over the last 15 years.
A truly historic setting – Llanerch y Felin is a grade II* listed Snowdonia farmhouse, built in 1565 and the oldest house in the village of Rowen. The Barn is the perfect stopover for vintage car enthusiasts, or garden lovers on a garden tour with Bodnant Gardens close by, Gwydyr Castle, Plas Cadnant, Plas Brondanw, and Portmeirion all within a 40-minute drive away. Alternatively, take a break from the road and follow one of the many walking routes from Rowen to neighbouring villages or up into the Carneddau mountains.
Situated in the north of the Snowdonia National Park, Rowen is a peaceful village that is also easily accessible. Guests will find coastal and mountain scenery to explore, history and culture to learn about and local food to enjoy in this friendly rural community.