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Betws Yn Rhos, Abergele, Conwy

  •   3 bed
  •   1 bath
  •   1 receptions

An idyllic country cottage set in a large plot with panoramic views over open countryside. This rural detached property has been extended and still ...

Key features

  • No onward chain
  • Detached country cottage
  • Character features
  • Glorious countryside views
  • Three double bedrooms
  • Car port and garages
  • Stables
  • Council tax band - F
  • EPC rating - F
  • Freehold

Full property description


*NO ONWARD CHAIN* An idyllic country cottage set in a large plot with panoramic views over open countryside. This rural detached property has been extended and still retains much character and charm including exposed beams. a superb Inglenook fireplace, cast iron stoves and quirky nooks and crannies. There are solid timber latch doors, deep window sills and flagstone flooring. The cottage benefits from a large uPVC conservatory and several outbuildings including four stables, two garages and several car ports with ample parking. Lawn gardens stretch to the boundaries giving lovely views and the property is within a twenty minute drive of the North Wales coastline and the A55 Expressway offering a quick commute to Chester and beyond.

Storm Porch

An open porch with pillars and timber canopy.

Lounge - 7.78m x 4.19m (25'6" x 13'8")

A part glazed timber door opens into large lounge with stunning Inglenook fireplace incorporating a cast iron stove and timber beam. Storage cupboard with latch door. Flagstone flooring, exposed beams, vertical radiator, two windows and power points. Open access into;

Snug/Dining Area - 3.83m x 3.23m (12'6" x 10'7")

With further cast iron stove within brick built fireplace, window to the side, exposed beams, vertical radiator, power points and flagstone flooring. 

Kitchen - 4.71m x 3.75m (15'5" x 12'3")

Fully fitted with a range of wall and base cabinets with worktop surfaces and upstands. Double Belfast sink with mixer tap, breakfast bar, space for electric range cooker, extractor fan, space for large fridge freezer and space for washing machine. Radiator, ceiling spotlights, power points, flagstone flooring, two doors to the front and rear and two windows.

Inner Hall

With obscure glazed window, flagstone flooring and radiator.

Stairs and Landing

Turned staircase leads to landing with 'Atrium' roof light, ceiling spotlights, radiator, storage cupboard and exposed beam.

Bedroom One - 4.41m x 3.74m (14'5" x 12'3")

The spacious master bedroom with window to the front and French doors leading to a balcony with wrought iron railings. Sloping ceilings, radiator, wall lights and power points.

Bedroom Two - 3.07m x 2.95m (10'0" x 9'8")

Window to front, radiator, exposed beam, power points and fitted wardrobes with mirror sliding doors.

Bedroom Three - 3.9m x 3.57m (12'9" x 11'8")

The third double room with window to front, radiator, laminate flooring and power points.

Bathroom - 3.76m x 2.48m (12'4" x 8'1")

Very spacious and fitted with a four piece suite comprising low flush wc, panel bath, pedestal wash hand basin and shower cubicle. Part tiled, part panel walls, ceiling spotlights, large storage cupboard and chrome 'ladder style' radiator.


Access is via a winding lane leading to the gated entrance which opens into the yard. There are pretty rockery gardens and pathways lead to the entrance door and around the rear. The plot is of a good size and extends downwards with lawn gardens to either side. There are several patio areas from which to enjoy the views and one incorporates a hot tub. A useful double car port sits opposite the cottage and there is a block of four stables, a single garage and car port at the bottom of the drive. To the right is a further single garage and attached to the rear is a large uPVC conservatory with a Polycarbonate roof, French doors, power points and tiled floor.


Main electric and water. Septic tank drainage, multi fuel cast iron stoves and bottled gas central heating.


From the agent's office, pass Tesco and follow the road out of Abergele, alongside the castle walls. Turn left where signposted Rhyd Y Foel, follow the road through the village and continue on the same road into the countryside. Turn left where signposted Dolwen/Trofarth and then left at the crossroads. Turn right after about half a mile and follow the track to the end.

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