View towards the property
Lounge area
Lounge area with woodburner
There's a plentiful supply of logs provided
Dining area
The kitchen/dining area with underfloor heating
 Eames rocking chair
Tea and coffee on arrival
Dining area
Relax with a cup of coffee
Enjoy a lazy morning
Super-king bedroom
King-size bedroom with en-suite shower room
En-suite shower room
Super-king bedroom
Bathroom with separate shower
View towards the property and the views from the rear
View from the garden
Alfresco dining
Relax in the garden
View towards the property
Relax in the garden
View towards the property set alone on the hilside
Explore the area
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Cappele Cottage,

Betws-y-Coed (9mls SE), North Wales
people Sleeps 4
hotel Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Change Fri
pets Dogs welcome 1
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Fishing onsite / nearby
Off the beaten track
High up on a Hill
Honeymoon Hideaways
Towels included
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Come for romance, wildlife and walks, leave revived, refreshed and inspired.

Nestled away in a wildly romantic Welsh valley, set between the adventure training mecca of Betws-y-Coed & the craft centric town of Ruthin, this cosy Welsh cottage offers peace and respite within a beautifully curated interior, perfect for couples who love walking in the wild beauty of the mountains. Brenig Lake is 15 minutes from the cottage. There is a scenic cycling ride around the Brenig reservoir. The Brenig Trail circumnavigates Llyn Brenig suitable for both family cycling and for walking at 9.5 miles (15 km) long. Also the Llyn Brenig Reservoir & Visitor Centre with a cafe overlooking the lake. Surf Snowdonia - A perfect fresh-water lagoon, 300 metres long, set in the lush, green Conwy Valley in the lee of the Snowdonia mountains.

Pull yourself away from the views on arrival and step through the cheery red front door into a cottage clearly cherished by its owners. Lovingly restored with great attention to detail, the style is deeply relaxing, authentically Welsh and subtly filled with vintage finds, contemporary local craft and thoughtful touches to ensure your every comfort.

The kitchen is well equipped, with great views from the window.  There's a proper farmhouse table, perfect for long lazy suppers, or simply spreading out the OS Map to plan the next days adventure. Next door you'll find the living room with log burning stove and French windows looking out across the valley - best enjoyed with a cup of tea from the well positioned chaise longue! Naturally the cottage is complete with TV, DVD and Wi-Fi (use restricted to email and browsing), as well as a collection of holiday reads and traditional games.

Upstairs there is a large front bedroom with beautiful views across the valley, the super king-size bed is perfect for couples, or can be split into twin beds upon request. Served by a lovely bathroom with more of the view, this time best enjoyed from the bath tub! There is a further king-size bedroom with en-suite shower room too, making the cottage suitable for two couples sharing, or simply offering luxurious space for one couple who want to relax in the privacy of their own company.  Each bedroom comes complete with bedding and towels.

The cottage has a generous garden with comfortable seating to soak up country life and take in the views. Listen to the gentle bleating of neighbouring sheep, watch the odd tractor pass by and spot the occasional Red Kite over head - a truly wonderful cottage, which we hope you love as much as we do.

Last Minute Loveliness: Enjoy 4 nights mid-week for the same price as a 3 night weekend, all January long...well worth taking a break away from work!  Price already adjusted online.

Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.

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WALKING : There are wonderful walks from the door, or set off further into the Snowdonia National Park to explore Wales largest peak, Mount Snowdon, (complete with seasonal steam train to the top for those who prefer all the views with none of the walk), Bala Lake and pretty waterfall trails offering a trail for all abilities.

FEAST & FODDER : A visit to the local Rhug Estate Farm Shop is a feast for the eyes, as well as the belly!  Perfect for stocking up on locally produced fayre. For those looking for a spot of fine dining, Tyddyn Llan is one of Wales finest restaurants, well deserving of its Michelin star.

BROWSE THE SHOPS : The market town of Ruthin is well worth a visit for local crafts and Betws-y-Coed, as well as having a number of adventure training shops, also has a couple of good galleries tucked away within the town.

KIDS AT HEART : Something to do what ever the weather, there are a number of all weather activities within the Park, newly launched Surf Snowdonia has a wave garden surf lagoon. The Zip World Caverns boast one of the longest zip wires in Europe & Bounce Below, is a trampoline park set in an underground cavern.

RELAX :  Springs Spa at Llanrheadr comes personally recommended by the owner and is about 35 minutes away near Ruthin.  A very relaxing and informal setting with friendly and accommodating staff.   It is one of the up and coming places in the Vale of Clwyd for treatments and food. 

SLEEPS 2 - 4 : Two bedrooms, a super king-size bedroom, which can be converted in to a twin room and a king-size en-suite bedroom. Bedding and beautiful Welsh blankets included.

COOKING & EATING : Farmhouse kitchen, with slate floors, electric cooker, hob, dining table, fridge/freezer, dishwasher. Separate utility area, with washing machine, tumble dryer, additional sink. Highchair available on request.

RELAXING : Cosy sitting room with large sofa, chaise longue and great views across the valley from the French windows. Central heating, plus wood burning stove with two baskets of logs. Wi-Fi, TV, DVD, Retro Roberts Radio, Bluetooth Speaker, local map and holiday reads, plus board games.

OUTSIDE : Large enclosed, private garden with four comfy armchairs, bbq and pretty views. Off road parking for two cars, bike storage.

KEEPING CLEAN : A large family bathroom with clawfoot bath, plus separate shower, basin and loo. An en-suite shower room, with basin and loo. Hand soap & lotion, plus towels included. Outside tap for washing off muddy boots and paws. Washing machine within the utility space.  If you need the use of a tumble drier please speak to the owner. There is a clothes horse in the cottage and washing line for the sunny days.

PETS : One well behaved dog is very welcome at Cappele Cottage - Dogs must be registered and paid for at the time of booking

CHILDREN :  Children aged 12+ welcome

TECH : The cottage wi-fi is via satellite with the limitations of rural broadband, a monthly data cap makes it suitable for web browsing and emails, but we ask that you do not stream/download large amounts of data. Mobile reception at the cottage is patchy.


View towards the property
Lounge area
Lounge area with woodburner
There's a plentiful supply of logs provided
Dining area
The kitchen/dining area with underfloor heating
 Eames rocking chair
Tea and coffee on arrival
Dining area
Relax with a cup of coffee
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Paul, 8th February 2019

Fantastic location. So remote and beautiful but within easy reach of some lovely pubs/restaurants. When we arrived the cottage was lovely and warm. The cottage is beautifully stylish and with lots of character. Fab kitchen and utensils. Lovely big kitchen table. The kitchen sink is a one off. Lovely log burner. Comfortable beds. Beautifully designeRead mored bathroom with a roll top tub. Lovely showers. Fantastic location again. Lovely surprise having a hamper waiting for us. Would Stay again Hide

Isobel, 18th January 2019

Cosy welsh comfort with all the modern luxuries yet surrounded by beautiful countryside and no one to disturb your tranquility. Would go time and time again.

M S, 7th December 2018

This was our second visit in a few months. The cottage is in such a beautiful position, overlooking the valley. It doesnt matter about the weather, you can just watch it unfold from the French windows. A great place to visit coasts, mountains and forests from. A very special place.

Patti, 2nd November 2018

The cottage was so wonderful! It was so cosy and the fire was such a beautiful touch! The kitchen was amazing to cook in and felt really homely- had everything you needed to make anything, we did roasts to baking to pancakes for breakfast! The beds were huge and so comfy and the bath was so welcoming after a cold and rainy day! Even in the rain theRead morere was lots to do and the surroundings were beautiful! Such a wonderful stay, we would definitely come back! Hide

Laura, 15th October 2018

Beautiful cottage in a stunning location. A perfect retreat after a day of hiking...absolutely loved it and am just sad to have to leave. 10 out of 10.

Tara, 12th October 2018

Fantastic beautiful cottage in a remote romantic location Excellent facilities. We will return.

M S, 28th September 2018

A wonderful little cottage, comfortable and warm. Beautiful views over the valley. A gorgeous bathroom with roll too bath to relax in and take in those beautiful views. We didnt want to leave.

Ashley, 7th September 2018

A beautiful tastefully appointed traditional cottage. Warm, cosy and very comfortable with excellent facilities and wood burning stove (lots of wood provided). Good walking from the door but not too far to take on the mountains. A stunning, very rural setting - a real escape. Just make sure you have plenty of supplies with you and your sorted for aRead more wonderful holiday. Hide

Adeline, 13th August 2018

Delightful rural retreat where we managed to unwind and recharge. Capelle Cottage is comfortable, well appointed, well equipped at the foot of Snowdonia National Park. Four of us plus Tom the dog stayed. The walks were strenuous, but the scenery and complete lack of people made it a wonderful place to stay. The owners were accommodating and generouRead mores. Id like to live here and hope to return in August 2019. Hide

Maisie, 29th June 2018

One of the best cottages we've stayed in. Lovely decor, comfortable beds, amazing scenery from the front door. We all hope to return again next year.

Lee, 22nd June 2018

This cottage is stunning, inside and out with views that take your breathe away, we settled in instantly. Also correspondence with the owners was increadible, we asked for some recommendations in the area, pubs, restaurants, walks all dog friendly and was provided with an impeccable list making the stay so much worth while

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