4.4 miles E of Llanrwst
From £130 per night
Cabin in Wales with a hot tub: Nestled in the foothills of Snowdonia National Park, Cwt Mari offers you an indulgent escape to nature. Explore your beautiful unspoilt surroundings, from moorlands to mountains and coast to castles, before sinking into the heavenly hot tub under the stars.
After driving along wild open roads, you’ll discover Cwt Mari snuggled amongst the trees with the mountains of Snowdonia as your backdrop. Wander the path to reach your bespoke wooden hideout, boasting a spacious decking area complete with a bubbling hot tub, bistro table and barbecue. The cabin's interiors are utterly soul-soothing, providing a comfy space to relax and unwind. Warm lighting sets the scene and there’s underfloor heating to keep you nice and toasty. This Alpine inspired abode is idyllic, no matter the time of year. Think cosy winter mornings hidden away from the blustery outside world, or balmy summer eves sizzling up some delights over the barbecue, with a glass of bubbly or two! Not to mention, the dreamy hot tub is just waiting for you to hop in. However you decide to spend your days at Cwt Mari, they are bound to be utterly magical…
You’ll feel right at home from the moment you step inside Cwt Mari, owing to her warm lighting and sumptuous soft furnishings. The king-size bed is adorned with luxury linens and fluffy throws, promising peaceful slumbers and snuggly Sunday mornings. Why not treat yourself to a golden cup of coffee and breakfast in bed? You’re on holiday after all! The small but superbly equipped kitchenette comes with a sink, mini fridge, kettle, toaster and microwave. Natural light illuminates the space with ease and the underfloor heating will keep you cosy on those chillier eves. You’ll find the en-suite shower room to the back of the hideaway, providing a lovely spot to freshen up for the day ahead.
Step out onto the spacious decking and spend a few moments in solitude. Listen as woodland birds sing their morning tune and keep an eye out for the graceful flight of Red Kites and Buzzards soaring overhead. The sweetest farm animals amble lazily in the rolling fields beyond, a lovely sight for your rural getaway! The decking itself promises privacy, sheltered by surrounding woodland, and the mountainous backdrop is simply outstanding! Settle in for a romantic evening with the one you love, as the sunset casts golden hues over the peaks of Snowdonia. Sizzle up some local produce over the barbecue, then slip into the bubbling hot tub and toast to a special holiday spent in a one-of-a-kind location.
North Wales is the perfect destination for your next glamping getaway, and Cwt Mari is sublimely located for exploring the best on offer. Of course, the world-famous Snowdonia National Park is not to be missed. Boasting awe-inspiring walking and hiking trails, tranquil lakes and postcard pretty villages. This mountainous region couldn’t be more majestic. Just a short distance from the cabin, you’ll reach the quaint village of Llangernyw, home to a lovely inn serving local produce beside the flicking flames of their log fire. They also offer a takeaway service, so you can enjoy their wood-fired pizzas back at your hideaway. Don’t forget to pop in for Sunday lunch, as their roasts are the best around!
Why not head out for a morning stroll in Llanrwst, a charming town home to an abundance of beautiful chapels and a historic bridge promising scenes out of a storybook. For a great selection of eateries visit Betws Y Coed, a lovely village with a distinctly Alpine feel, owing to its mountainous backdrop and forest surroundings. You’ll find plenty more spots to fill your appetite in Conwy. This mediaeval town will transport you back in time with its majestic castle and perfectly preserved 13th century walls. Stroll along the cobbled streets and discover its lovely independent shopping scene. The town is nestled on the banks of the Conwy River, so you can hop on a boat trip and explore the north Wales coastline from the water. For long days lazing on the sand, visit Morfa Beach and Anglesey.
Adrenaline junkies will be in their element here, with a variety of attractions nearby. Including the Forest Coaster and Zip World, Go Below Underground Adventures, Surf Snowdonia, and the amazing Highland Railway. The Carneddau Mountains are also within reaching distance, a great spot for mountain biking. Or why not hire a bike at Llyn Brenig or head out on the 10-mile circular walk. For a slightly easier but just as beautiful route, visit Llyn Crafnant and Llyn Geirionydd. You will simply never tire of exploring this picturesque corner of Wales, it will have you wanting to return time and time again.
There is one other cabin on site; Cwt Elsi (5434) . 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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