Beautiful barn with unique indoor space and great outdoor kitchen in Snowdonia National Park near Betws-y-Coed.
- Fabulous barn with large open plan interior sleeps 2+2 in a super king size bed and secret bunk beds in Betws-y-Coed.
- The barn is kept warm by a unique double sided fireplace and underfloor heating.
- The en-suite has a large walk in shower and freestanding bathtub.
- Outside you can discover your glamping kitchen with BBQ and hob.
- Relax on the large beanbags al fresco taking in the views or starry night sky.
Gorgeous glamping style barn offers a rural retreat for 2 adults (with space for 2 children if required) on the edge of Snowdonia National park, near Betws-y-Coed.
The barn has been divided into 2 units, of which Star Barn is one of them. Inside there is a large open plan space that has been cleverly separated into 2 sections through the use of a double sided fireplace. The lounge area has a comfy sofa and coffee table with access to a breakfast table where you can make yourself a cuppa and a piece of toast before heading out for the day. Behind the sofa an ingenious pull out bunk bed offers a super cosy space for 2 children if required.
The other side of the open plan space you can find your super kingsize double bed. What better way to fall asleep than watching the glowing embers and flames of the fire in front of you. From here there is access to a spacious modern bathroom with freestanding bath tub and walk in shower. The barn is proud to be eco friendly and as such bamboo loo roll is supplied as well as underfloor heating for cosy toes using a ground source heat pump.
Outside the barn you can discover your al fresco kitchen area with BBQ with gas hob and fire pit. Enjoy dining outside taking in the views or sitting back on the supersize bean bags and taking in the stunning starry night sky.
The barn has been designed with no wifi or technology to distract you so you can get back to what is important in life - reconnecting with your loved ones and the beauty of the world around you.
Whilst here there is a plethora of activities that you can throw yourself into, such as walking, cyling, packrafing and the world's longest underground zip wire course, if you prefer to keep the adrenalin levels to a minimum, then there is a fabulous range of castles, gardens and art galleries all within driving distance.
Children welcome. No pets.
In low and mid season there is anyday arrival with a minimum 2 night stay. In high summer season there are arrivals on a Monday and Friday with a minimum 4 and 3 night stay respectively.
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Easy access from car
Ground floor accom
Wheelchair friendly accom
Heating - underfloor
Extra logs / firewood
Nearby (within 5 miles)
Lake / River
Pub / Bar
Family friendly site
No loud parties
Quiet after 10pm
Mobile - Limited mobile signal
WiFi - No access to WiFi
Bring outdoor towels
Included - Linen
Included - Towels
Safety & Security
Carbon monoxide detector
First aid kit
Condiments & Oil
Tea & Coffee
Welcome all ages
Guaranteed parking space
Parking alongside accom
Small site (2-4 accoms)
No, each end of the barn has its own private outdoor kitchen and seating area.Is there a pub within walking distance?
Well - walking distance is a bit like string - how long is it? You can walk to a pub in Betws-y-Coed in about an hour and a half so ideal for a pub lunch but less ideal for an evening out. And there are no taxis here.There are a number of different routes up Snowdon which we are happy to advise on. Pen y Pass is the popular starting point and can be reached by car in 30 minutes from here although parking MUST be booked in advance with Snowdonia National Park. Other routes' start points are further away but more accessible by car. We're always happy to advise.
There are a number of different routes up Snowdon which we are happy to advise on. Pen y Pass is the popular starting point and can be reached by car in 30 minutes from here although parking MUST be booked in advance with Snowdonia National Park. Other routes' start points are further away but more accessible by car. We're always happy to advise.Where is the nearest shop for food?
Betws-y-Coed has a Spar and a Londis which are good for just grabbing milk or something you've forgotten. Llanrwst has a Co-op and 2 excellent butchers selling excellent local lamb and beef. There's also a bakery and a greengrocers stall at the market on a Tuesday. The deli - Blas as Fwyd - stocks a good range of deli produce, much of it from Wales including a good range of cheeses. Their wine shop over the road is also excellent.
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