BOUTIQUE SELF–CATERING IN
BETWS–Y–COED, SNOWDONIA

Apartment № 6

Romantic, intimate and honeymoonish. Sleeps 2.

This intimate space, with its metal-worked headboard in the shape of angel’s wings, and its hand-crafted kitchen complete with champagne, makes the perfect bolt-hole for a twosome seeking a romantic break away.

Private Balcony

With a host of exotica and comfortable furnishings, and a wonderful village-in-the-forest location, this boutique apartment in Betws-y-Coed is well placed for two people to make the most of an amorous excursion. And don’t forget the private balcony with its view out over the station platform to the surrounding woods and hills. Perfect.

Have a look at our more spacious Apartments № 1 and № 2, if you need room for family and friends too.

Facilities

To make your stay as comfortable as possible the apartment is equipped with the following:

  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Tumble dryer
  • Fridge-freezer
  • Microwave
  • Oven and hob
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Iron
  • Towels and linen
  • Hair dryer
  • Radio CD player with iPod/iPhone dock
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Free heating

Please note that all apartments are on the first floor of an old railway station and so unfortunately are not accessible to wheelchair users.

There are no TV’s in the apartments.

Smoking is prohibited throughout, including on balconies.

Well behaved dogs welcome (£10 extra).

Prices and Booking

LOW SEASON (01.11.2015 → 13.03.2016): £450/wk
HIGH SEASON (14.03.2016 → 30.10.2016): £600/wk
LOW SEASON (31.10.2016 → 12.03.2017): £450/wk

To book please visit our booking page.

Complimentary Supplies

We’ve even thought about some (palm oil free) basics which are included in the booking price:

  • Champagne!
  • A bottle of red wine and a bottle of white
  • Tea and coffee
  • Sugar
  • Salt, pepper and spices
  • Balsamic vinegar
  • Olive oil
  • Ice
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NB The accommodation is on a working train station and as such Alpine Apartments cannot be responsible for any disruption caused by Network Rail or its agents as a result of their statutory and other duties.