Caernarfon is “the other capital of Wales” being a major tourist attraction dating back to well before the time of the Romans, and to this day is still boasts being the Royal Town of the country, overlooked by the incredibly impressive mediaeval castle built by King Edward I, and used for the investiture of the present Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, in 1969,
Caernarfon has a huge amount to offer any visitor to the city, including fine eating places, a wealth of local craft outlets, as well as many sports and leisure facilities including a major golf course and a fun centre.
Many people spending their holidays in this busy tourist centre opt for one of the many attractive holiday cottages in and around the town as their preference for holiday rentals. There are several companies who offer online booking from the comfort of your own home, allowing you to select a suitable accommodation before arriving in Wales.
One such company is Holidaylettings who are offering a holiday cottage which boasts five bedrooms capable of accommodating up to 14 people. This unusual property is ideally suited for those who love horses, as it is within the grounds of an equestrian centre with no less than 30 acres of riding possibilities.
This is a genuine barn, which has been painstakingly converted to include all modern amenities such as under floor solar powered heating, as well as a flatscreen TV, DVD player, quality kitchen appliances, and so much more.
Another company, Stay in Wales, have on their books “Ty Pen” located on a smallholding just three short miles from the centre of Caernarfon; there is also a blue flag, dog friendly beach, which is less than 2 miles away
Inside you will find a very large kitchen, diner, lounge area, upstairs there are two good sized bedrooms and a very large bathroom. The lounge is equipped with TV with freeview, as well as a DVD player and comfortable seating, from which you can look out onto the orchard.
The kitchen is fully equipped including a large fridge/freezer, cooker, microwave and dishwasher, there is also a dining table capable of seating six people in comfort. At the front of the property, also overlooking the orchard, is a good-sized patio, to the rear of the building is a children’s play area which is fully enclosed.
Sykes Cottages have several locations in the area including Lilly Cottage, a stone barn conversion centred around an old courtyard on a smallholding of 30 acres just outside the village of Caeathro, which is on the very border of the wonderful Snowdonia National Park, and yet is still only 2 miles away from the of Caernarfon, it has one double bedroom with a luxurious ensuite wet room and offers modern open plan living with additional dining area and kitchen.
There is full central heating throughout, and the kitchen is equipped with a microwave, dishwasher and all required utensils. There is a rear patio area with all furniture, pets are allowed by booking in advance