4.4 miles E of Llanrwst
From £130 per night
Cabin in Wales with a hot tub: This beautifully handcrafted cabin is set in the most enchanting rural location, boasting spellbinding views across Snowdonia National Park. Its interiors are oh so cosy and there’s a bubbling hot tub waiting for you on the deck, perfect for a sunset tipple.
Relax and rejuvenate at this serene sanctuary in rural north Wales. Cwt Elsi is the perfect haven for couples wishing to spend some quality time together in the most magical rural idyll. Step into a world of warmth and comfort - the hideaway hosts a homely open-plan living space, complete with a sumptuous king-size bed and underfloor heating for extra cosiness. The lovely skylight allows sunshine to pour in during the day, and lulls you to sleep with the soft twinkle of stars at night. Step out onto the private terrace, cocooned by woodland, and admire the rugged mountains of Snowdonia National Park in the distance. As dusk settles and golden, pink hues fill the sky, slip into the heavenly hot tub for a magical evening under moonlight.
The cabin's soft, welcoming aura invites you inside with a warm hug. You’ll be greeted by the lovely open-plan living space, hosting a comfy king-size bed, sweet dining area and well equipped kitchenette. This handcrafted cabin has a cosy alpine feel, with wooden features, warm lighting and underfloor heating to keep you snug during the winter months. You’ll find the simple yet fully equipped kitchenette at the back of the cabin, complete with a sink, mini fridge, kettle, toaster and microwave. Enjoy breakfast for two at the dining table before heading out for a day of adventures. After, refresh in the lovely en-suite shower room and drift off into a sweet slumber in the sumptuous king-size bed.
Immerse yourself in nature as you step out onto your private decking, boasting mesmerising views towards Snowdonia National Park. Cocooned by woodland, it’s a truly magical and utterly tranquil spot. Get lost in a good read whilst listening to the gentle sway of trees or embrace an alfresco brunch at the bistro table. As the sun sets over the rugged Welsh mountains, this hidden haven becomes even more enchanting. Sip your evening sundowner as pastel hues fill the sky, then hop into the bubbling hot tub under the stars. There’s also a barbecue for your use, so you can sizzle up some fresh local produce during your stay. Expect to see and hear a myriad of wildlife at Cwt Elsi, from the calming melodies of woodland birds to friendly farm animals quietly grazing in the rolling fields beyond… rural bliss!
We really wouldn’t blame you for wanting to spend your days tucked up at this cosy woodland retreat, but if you did want to venture out, there is so much to explore right on your doorstep. Travel wild open roads surrounded by heather moorlands and discover these Welsh gems… The cabin itself is nestled in the foothills of Snowdonia National Park. This world-famous National Park boasts awe-inspiring walking and hiking trails, which wind their way around majestic mountains and tranquil lakes. A few miles down the road from the cabin, in the charming village of Llangernyw, you’ll find a local inn serving delicious food by the crackling log fire. This popular inn does one of the best Sunday roasts around and also offers a takeaway option, including rustic wood-fired pizzas. In the other direction, you’ll reach the picturesque town of Llanrwst, perfect for a morning stroll across its gorgeous triple arched bridge, discovering its beautiful chapels. Betws Y Coed is another village, nestled within Snowdonia National Park, which is home to lovely eateries, numerous attractions and a distinctly Alpine inspired atmosphere, enhanced by the dense Gwydir Forest and mountainous backdrop.
For coastal scenery head to Conwy, a mediaeval town with irresistible charm that will transport you back in time. This captivating town is steeped with history and beauty, enclosed by its perfectly preserved 13th-century walls. Wander through its gorgeous cobbled streets, adorned with independent shops and welcoming cafes, with the majestic Conwy Castle in the background. You can easily explore the stunning north Wales coastline from here, including a vast choice of beaches, from Morfa Beach to Anglesey.
Adventure seekers will love the variety of attractions north Wales has on offer. Including the Forest Coaster and Zip World, Go Below Underground Adventures, Surf Snowdonia, and the fantastic Highland Railway. The Carneddau Mountains are also within reaching distance, a great spot for mountain biking. Llyn Brenig offers bike hire, fishing and a lovely cafe so you can enjoy a coffee and cake after the 10-mile circular walk! Or for less strenuous but equally stunning routes head to Llyn Crafnant and Llyn Geirionydd. With so much to discover in wonderful north Wales, one trip to this secluded woodland cabin simply won’t be enough!
There is one other cabin on site; Cwt Mari (5435) . Both hideaways are positioned in a way to assure privacy with your own parking, private decking and secluded hot tub to enjoy. These hideaways can be booked together if you wish to getaway with friends or another couple.
Cabin with open plan living-room, kitchen and bedroom area. King-size double bed (5’). Mini fridge, kettle, toaster and microwave.
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin.
Availability, reservations and pricing: £130 - £150 per night
Bed linen and towels are included in the price. There are no extra charges for cots or high chairs where they are listed in the property description on the website.
A non-refundable booking fee of £40 is payable per booking.
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