Tearoom Place

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Sleeps: 12 Bedrooms: 6 Bathrooms: 2

Overview

Townhouse/Apartment Modern
Great Value
Ideal for Kids
Pets on Request
Walk to Village Stag/Hen Allowed

Nestled in the picturesque embrace of the charming village of Trefriw within the Snowdonia National Park, Tearoom Place stands as a captivating testament to the seamless fusion of tradition and contemporary flair. This haven of comfort and style beckons visitors to an unparalleled retreat in the heart of Snowdon's foothills. From its unassuming exterior, this 1840 heritage property has undergone a masterful transformation, emerging as a resplendent six bedroom, three storey abode, capable of graciously accommodating up to twelve guests. It was previously the local tearoom, hence its charming name. Tearoom Place is the perfect property to bring the generations together and to spend a special, active holiday with your favourite friends

Passing through its threshold, a world of sophistication intertwined with the warmth of yesteryears opens up. The open plan expanse, where living, dining, and kitchen seamlessly converge, sets the stage for convivial gatherings. A wonderfully chic, fully-equipped kitchen shares space with an expansive dining table, encouraging shared meals and jovial conversations. Beyond, a lounge area adorned with an L-shaped sofa and love seat revolves around a crackling log-burning stove, casting a cozy spell that seems to whisper tales of old. A magnificent 60-inch Sky Glass TV adorns an opposing wall, offering the best of modern entertainment. The snug offers a separate area to the lounge, and comes with its own sofa and 65 inch sky TV, just perfect for the young ones.

A journey upwards leads to a floor where slumber is blissfully assured. The spacious bedrooms, each featuring king-sized beds cocooned in soft linens, create sanctuaries of restfulness. A generous family bathroom, graced with both shower and bath, promises relaxation. A practical drying room stands ready to cradle the outdoor gear, a silent witness to the day's adventures.

A descent to the lower ground reveals further marvels. Three additional bedrooms offer flexible arrangements, including a king-size suite and two twin rooms sporting zip and link beds that harmoniously transform into kings at will. A second family bathroom, this one embracing a walk-in shower, caters to the lower level's inhabitants. A utility room, complete with a washing machine and dryer, fulfills practical needs.

The exterior of Tearoom Place is equally enchanting. A private garden, a sun-soaked haven, holds a freestanding charcoal barbecue and outdoor loungers, bathed in the glow of mood-enhancing outdoor lighting. An outdoor dining table invites al fresco feasts, turning summer evenings into cherished memories.

Tearoom Place not only welcomes families but caters thoughtfully to their needs. Cots and highchairs await the smallest guests, while additional infant equipment stands ready with a moment's notice. Pets, those beloved companions, are accommodated upon the premises for a small additional cleaning fee, their presence adding to the warm tapestry of this welcoming home.

Beyond its walls, Tearoom Place stands as a gateway to Snowdonia's splendor. A haven for walkers, hikers and cyclists, it is a serene base from which to explore the surrounding natural wonders. Just steps from the front door, you will experience the charm of Trefriw, a village steeped in history. Just 50 yards away, the local Welsh pub extends a heartfelt invitation.

Oliver Approved

What you should know…

  • A 60 inch Sky Glass TV is provided together with a Bluetooth sound system, Sky/Sky Sports /Netflix/Disney channels
  • Pets are permitted but with a small additional fee
  • Two of the rooms enjoy flexible sleeping arrangements with beds that can be set up as kingsize beds or twins

This home is a part of our Great Value Collection!

Our great value homes:

  • may be traditionally styled for a laid back feeling
  • may have some simple amenities and features
  • mean that you can enjoy top holiday destinations for less!

Property Features

Wi-Fi/Internet BBQ Washing Machine Dishwasher Microwave Hairdryer Ground Floor Bed & Bath TV Working Fireplace/Woodburner Heating

Tearoom Place

First Floor
- Bedroom with super king size bedroom
- Bedroom with double bedroom
- Bedroom with twin beds 
- Family bathroom suite with shower and bath
- Drying room

Lower Floor
- Bedroom with super king size bedroom
- Bedroom with king size bed
- Bedroom with twin beds 
- Family bathroom suite with large shower
- Utility Room

Outside Grounds
- Barbeque (coal)
- Outdoor furniture

Additional Facilities
- Bluetooth sound system
- 65 inch TV Sky Glass with Sky Sports / BT 
- Additional infant equipment (baby bathtubs, milk processors) can be provided subject to availability and on request

Location

About the surrounding area of Tearoom Place
Walk to Village Walking/Hiking Paths Golf Nearby Cycling Outdoor Pursuit & Activities Tourist Towns & Villages Historical Sites
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Tearoom Place enjoys a fabulous location in the historic, picturesque village of Trefriw, a brilliant spot for explore the Snowdonia National Park. The nearby Llanrwst enjoys lovely riverside walks, an indoor swimning pool, a fabulous 15th century church that is one of the finest in Wales and a great selection of shops, cafes and restaurants. St Grwst contains the large stone coffin of Llywelyn the Great and on the chapel walls hang the spurs of Dafydd ap Jenkin who was a North Wales Robin Hood. The town is known as the ‘capital’ of the verdant Vale of Conwy. Its three-arched bridge is thought to be the work of the famous architect Inigo Jones. Another town chapel, Gwydir Uchaf, sits in woods and is noted for its striking ceiling paintings.

Gwydir Castle and Park was for centuries the seat of the influential Wynn family. Much of the house was rebuilt in the 19th century. The castle sits within a ten acre garden.

The village of Betws-y-Coed is known locally as ‘the gateway to Snowdonia’. It boasts a good selection of shops and country pubs and is also home to Zip World Fforest and the unique tourist attraction and tea room, The Ugly House Ty Hyll. The village of Llanberis is where climbers can tackle Mount Snowdon.

The picturesque market town of Dolgellau enjoys a fabulous array of shops, pubs, cafes, bakeries, wine bars and restaurants. It is a foodie haven with wonderful local produce and delicious cuisine. Dolgellau is home to over two hundred beautiful listed buildings. You will spend a lot of time meandering and appreciating their beauty. The flat mountain bike Mawddach Trail follows the old railway bed to the lovely seaside town of Barmouth. Dolgellau is the nearest town to the renowned Coed y Brenin Mountain Bike Centre. The town is steeped in history with its main bridge over the Afon Wnion dating back to 1638. The remains of historic Cymer Abbey, founded in 1198, can be seen in the nearby village of Llanelltyd within walking distance. The Dolgellau Golf Course enjoys 9-holes and a friendly tearoom.

As well as exploring the Snowdonia National Park during your stay, you may also wish to head for the beautiful Llyn Peninsula, a protected Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are stunning, idyllic beaches to visit, seaside resorts with an excellent bistro life, pretty coastal hamlets, picturesque harbours and smart marinas. The historic fishing village of Aberdaron was the last stop for pilgrims on the way to Ynys Enlli otherwise known as Bardsey Island, or the ‘Isle of 20000 Saints’ which is now a National Nature Reserve famous for its birdlife. Abersoch is a delightful seaside resort with sailing and watersports, a bistro dining scene, fabulous beaches and a lovely sheltered harbour. Llanbedrog boasts a photogenic line of colourful beach huts and a superb beach. Porthdinllaen is a much loved, much photographed coastal hamlet brimming with quaint houses above a stunning half moon of golden sand. Beside Porthdinllaen is Nefyn with its maritime museum, pretty harbour and a sweeping crescent of sand. Its headland golf course is extremely scenic. Criccieth is a beautiful, elegant seaside resort on Cardigan Bay known as the ‘Pearl of Wales on the Shores of Snowdonia’. This attractive Victorian resort offers fantastic beaches and traditional Welsh charm. The Llyn peninsula’s capital Pwllheli is a very busy seaside resort. It boasts a popular sailing and watersports centre, a fantastic marina, art galleries and excellent shops and restaurants.

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Local Amenities
Nearest Airport Manchester Airport

(132 km)

Nearest Train Station Llanrws Train Station

(3.8 km)

Nearest Village Trefriw

(100 m)

Nearest Town Llanrwst

(3.5 km)

Sightseeing Gwydir Castle and Park

(3 km)

Nearest Supermarket Co-op Food - Llanrwst

(4 km)

Nearest Bar/Pub The Old Ship

(1 km)

Region

Luxury self-catering holiday accommodation in North Wales

Nestled in the bear hug of the United Kingdom, North Wales is rich in history, wrapped in natural beauty and adorned with cultural bling. This land of stunning landscapes beckons you, intrepid traveller, to unravel its treasures. Please take a look at our jaw-dropping properties that will make your holiday a wonderful adventure.

North Wales’ showstopper, the Snowdonia National Park, is a playground for nature lovers and hiking enthusiasts. Mount Snowdon, the VIP of the scene, towers above, overseeing the fun. Scenic trails, waterfalls that put your shower to shame and lakes are scattered across this magnificent landscape.

If history is your jam, Conwy Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site is a medieval masterpiece that flaunts military architecture. The town of Conwy is a living history book with cobbled streets and ancient buildings. One amazing landmark, Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, is a 19th-century engineering marvel. Imagine a soaring aqueduct, the Dee Valley below, and views that make you question if you accidentally stepped into a postcard.

The charming village of Portmeirion is a colour explosion. Designed by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, this place enjoys vibrant buildings, lush gardens and seaside vibes. It is like a Welsh-Italian love affair that birthed a unique destination. Bangor is not just a university town. It is where Penrhyn Castle stands tall, a neo-Norman masterpiece surrounded by gardens that put Versailles to shame. The majestic Snowdonia mountains are the backdrop, adding drama.

North Wales is a theme park for thrill-seekers. Hiking, mountain biking, water sports, it is a playground of outdoor delights. Zip World Velocity in Bethesda takes the cake with the fastest zip line globally, making you feel like Superman over dramatic landscapes.

The coastline comes up trumps too. Llandudno boasts Victorian elegance, a historic pier and a Great Orme headland with cable cars and tramways making you feel as though you have stepped into a period drama. Aberystwyth brings the seaside charm while the nearby charmer, Betws-y-Coed is the tranquil village nestled in lush woodlands, inviting you to escape the chaos.

North Wales, with its blend of natural wonders, historic landmarks and adventure galore, is a love affair waiting to happen. Pack your bags, because each step in this magical land unfolds a new chapter in a story that has been brewing for centuries.

 

While the image of lush valleys and a laid-back lifestyle are right at the heart of a holiday in Wales, don’t think stunning landscapes and a bit of relaxation are the only thing on offer in this beautiful country. Don’t believe us?

Check out our Wales travel guide – it’s full of handy hints, travel ideas and great stuff for families and groups of friends to do.

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Kids

Best Suited For: All Ages
Ideal for Kids Ideal for Teens

There are wonderful walks in the Snowdonia National Park and several thrilling zipline adventures. The Penrhyn Slate Quarry, located near Bethesda, is home to Zip World Velocity 2, the fastest zip line in the world and the longest in Europe. You can enjoy the view of brave zippers flying from the Blondin Restaurant. Once this was the world’s largest slate quarry but now you can fly 500m above the bright blue quarry lake. You can learn all about the history of the quarry on a tour. You can also enjoy quarry karts if you are fifteen years old or older at the UK’s only mountain kart venue. Children and adults not quite up to Velocity 2 can enjoy a thrilling ride at the Quarry Flyer with 200m of zip line with two lines sitting side by side. A closer one is Zip World Fforest close to Betws-y-Coed. In a stunning woodland setting there is the Fforest Coaster, the UK’s only alpine coaster of its kind, bouncing fun on Treetop Nets and zipline and adventure courses on Tree Hoppers and Zip Safari. It also boasts Europe’s highest giant swing, Skyride.

Kids also love heading into the magical Gwydir Forest Park which is brimming with glassy mountain lakes, leafy trails through carpets of bluebells and rushing waterfalls. There are fourteen trails in all and fabulous views across the mighty mountains of Snowdonia.

The glacial valleys and craggy dramatic canyons around Betws-y-Coed have been popular with teens and adults for centuries. Those that love the challenge of canyoning, scrambling, gorge walking and getting wet can have great fun here. They can abseil sheer cliffs and zipline across rivers with Seren Ventures. You will be accompanied by a professional instructor and it is absolutely thrilling. There are also amazing mountain biking trails including the Marin Route and the Llyn Elsi Route which heads up to a reservoir.  

Another way to discover these fabulous landscapes is to hop in a saddle and criss-cross traffic free bridleways on Snowdon’s eastern foothills. Gwydr Stables is accredited by the Wales Trekking and Riding Association and offers rides from just half an hour long. Otherwise you can go for an all day hack or even two or three day trail rides.

Another popular adventure is to jump on a steam train. The Conwy Valley Railway Museum is the only station in the UK with a footbridge that spans three different gauges of track. The mile long miniature steam railway and the one third size tramcar is great for younger children.

Baby and Toddler Equipment

  • Cot(s)
  • High Chair(s)

Kids Activities Close-by

  • Amusement park
  • Kid-friendly excursions
  • Forest park/High-rope course
  • Walk to Village
  • Cycling
  • Outdoor Pursuit & Activities
  • Tourist Towns & Villages
  • Historical Sites

Extras

At Oliver’s Travels, we pride ourselves on going that little bit further for our guests. From private chefs to travel services, we can help you arrange those little extras that make it a truly memorable holiday. Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact the Oliver’s Concierge Team, who will be happy to help. We can typically help you arrange any of the following:

- Maid service/extra cleaning
- Private chef/cook/catering
- Welcome hamper/pre-stocked fridge
- Local day-trips or tours
- Airport pick-up/drop-off

Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact the Oliver’s Concierge Team.

Please note that all extras are subject to availability and must be requested in advance of the holiday (prices on request). Due to some rural/remote locations, not all services will be available at all properties. However, we will always do our best to fulfil your requests!

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Make hosting a memorable dinner party at your villa an absolute breeze with our superb Chef Service. Our chefs will take care of everything for you from start to finish so you can just sit back and enjoy the gastronomic experience. They will bring all the necessary ingredients, cook and serve the food and even clean up afterwards. To find out more visit www.oliverstravels.com/chefs

Terms & Conditions

These terms and conditions may be amended from time to time.

Security deposit £500 charged to the client's credit card as a pre-authorisation at least 2 weeks prior to arrival and refunded two weeks after departure, subject to a full inspection
Arrival time 4 pm
Departure time 10 am
Energy costs included? Yes, included in the rental price
Linen & towels included? Yes, included in the rental price
Heating costs included? Yes, included in the rental price
End of stay cleaning included? Yes. However, guests are required to leave the accommodation clean, tidy and in the same condition as on their arrival. Any extra cleaning, laundry, maintenance and/or rubbish disposal required will be charged against the security deposit
Changeover day Flexible
Minimum stay 3 nights
Pets welcome? Yes, to be requested at the time of booking, if accepted a fee per pet per night might be applied.
Smoking Allowed? No, smoking or vaping is not permitted at this property
Stag & Hen Do's Allowed? Yes, weddings, stags and hen do's are allowed at this property
Internet access? Yes

Rental Rates

Prices based on an occupancy of 12 people:

Rental period 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Apr 12th 2024 - Apr 17th 2024 £1,758 £2,293 £2,828 £3,369
Apr 17th 2024 - May 24th 2024 £1,475 £1,910 £2,346 £2,741
May 24th 2024 - Jun 11th 2024 £1,758 £2,293 £2,828 £3,369
Jun 11th 2024 - Jun 13th 2024 £1,475 £1,910 £2,346 £2,741
Jun 13th 2024 - Sep 10th 2024 £1,616 £2,147 £2,678 £3,369
Sep 10th 2024 - Oct 14th 2024 £1,475 £1,946 £2,418 £2,741
Oct 14th 2024 - Oct 20th 2024 £1,192 £1,546 £1,899 £2,341
Oct 20th 2024 - Oct 30th 2024 £1,616 £2,151 £2,687 £3,369
Oct 30th 2024 - Dec 17th 2024 £1,192 £1,564 £1,936 £2,341
Dec 17th 2024 - Feb 14th 2025 £1,758 £2,347 £2,937 £3,711
Feb 14th 2025 - Feb 25th 2025 £1,616 £2,151 £2,687 £3,369
Feb 25th 2025 - Mar 13th 2025 £1,192 £1,564 £1,936 £2,341
Mar 13th 2025 - Mar 27th 2025 £1,475 £1,946 £2,418 £2,741
Mar 27th 2025 - Apr 13th 2025 £1,758 £2,293 £2,828 £3,369
- Easter £1,758 £2,347 £2,937 £3,711
May 2nd 2025 - May 23rd 2025 £1,475 £1,910 £2,346 £2,741
May 23rd 2025 - Jun 10th 2025 £1,758 £2,293 £2,828 £3,369
Jun 10th 2025 - Jun 12th 2025 £1,475 £1,910 £2,346 £2,741
Jun 12th 2025 - Sep 9th 2025 £1,616 £2,147 £2,678 £3,369
Sep 9th 2025 - Oct 13th 2025 £1,475 £1,946 £2,418 £2,741
Oct 13th 2025 - Oct 14th 2025 £1,192 £1,546 £1,899 £2,341

Prices based on an occupancy of 12 people:

Rental period 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Apr 12th 2024 - Apr 17th 2024 €1,914 €2,497 €3,079 €3,668
Apr 17th 2024 - May 24th 2024 €1,606 €2,080 €2,554 €2,984
May 24th 2024 - Jun 11th 2024 €1,914 €2,497 €3,079 €3,668
Jun 11th 2024 - Jun 13th 2024 €1,606 €2,080 €2,554 €2,984
Jun 13th 2024 - Sep 10th 2024 €1,760 €2,338 €2,915 €3,668
Sep 10th 2024 - Oct 14th 2024 €1,606 €2,119 €2,633 €2,984
Oct 14th 2024 - Oct 20th 2024 €1,298 €1,683 €2,068 €2,549
Oct 20th 2024 - Oct 30th 2024 €1,760 €2,343 €2,925 €3,668
Oct 30th 2024 - Dec 17th 2024 €1,298 €1,703 €2,107 €2,549
Dec 17th 2024 - Feb 14th 2025 €1,914 €2,556 €3,198 €4,041
Feb 14th 2025 - Feb 25th 2025 €1,760 €2,343 €2,925 €3,668
Feb 25th 2025 - Mar 13th 2025 €1,298 €1,703 €2,107 €2,549
Mar 13th 2025 - Mar 27th 2025 €1,606 €2,119 €2,633 €2,984
Mar 27th 2025 - Apr 13th 2025 €1,914 €2,497 €3,079 €3,668
- Easter €1,914 €2,556 €3,198 €4,041
May 2nd 2025 - May 23rd 2025 €1,606 €2,080 €2,554 €2,984
May 23rd 2025 - Jun 10th 2025 €1,914 €2,497 €3,079 €3,668
Jun 10th 2025 - Jun 12th 2025 €1,606 €2,080 €2,554 €2,984
Jun 12th 2025 - Sep 9th 2025 €1,760 €2,338 €2,915 €3,668
Sep 9th 2025 - Oct 13th 2025 €1,606 €2,119 €2,633 €2,984
Oct 13th 2025 - Oct 14th 2025 €1,298 €1,683 €2,068 €2,549

Prices based on an occupancy of 12 people:

Rental period 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Apr 12th 2024 - Apr 17th 2024 $2,053 $2,678 $3,303 $3,934
Apr 17th 2024 - May 24th 2024 $1,722 $2,231 $2,740 $3,201
May 24th 2024 - Jun 11th 2024 $2,053 $2,678 $3,303 $3,934
Jun 11th 2024 - Jun 13th 2024 $1,722 $2,231 $2,740 $3,201
Jun 13th 2024 - Sep 10th 2024 $1,888 $2,507 $3,127 $3,934
Sep 10th 2024 - Oct 14th 2024 $1,722 $2,273 $2,824 $3,201
Oct 14th 2024 - Oct 20th 2024 $1,392 $1,805 $2,218 $2,734
Oct 20th 2024 - Oct 30th 2024 $1,888 $2,513 $3,138 $3,934
Oct 30th 2024 - Dec 17th 2024 $1,392 $1,826 $2,261 $2,734
Dec 17th 2024 - Feb 14th 2025 $2,053 $2,742 $3,430 $4,335
Feb 14th 2025 - Feb 25th 2025 $1,888 $2,513 $3,138 $3,934
Feb 25th 2025 - Mar 13th 2025 $1,392 $1,826 $2,261 $2,734
Mar 13th 2025 - Mar 27th 2025 $1,722 $2,273 $2,824 $3,201
Mar 27th 2025 - Apr 13th 2025 $2,053 $2,678 $3,303 $3,934
- Easter $2,053 $2,742 $3,430 $4,335
May 2nd 2025 - May 23rd 2025 $1,722 $2,231 $2,740 $3,201
May 23rd 2025 - Jun 10th 2025 $2,053 $2,678 $3,303 $3,934
Jun 10th 2025 - Jun 12th 2025 $1,722 $2,231 $2,740 $3,201
Jun 12th 2025 - Sep 9th 2025 $1,888 $2,507 $3,127 $3,934
Sep 9th 2025 - Oct 13th 2025 $1,722 $2,273 $2,824 $3,201
Oct 13th 2025 - Oct 14th 2025 $1,392 $1,805 $2,218 $2,734

Please note that these prices/rates are a guide only and may not be correct at the current date. For an accurate quote, please enquire.

Reviews

  • Couldn’t recommend a better place to stay

    on 25/10/2023

    Beautiful home, fabulous communication and the best weekend away. Couldn’t recommend a better place to stay. Thank you!

  • Great location

    on 15/08/2023

    It was so good and at great location.

  • Full of character but modern

    on 12/08/2023

    We had an amazing time at Tearoom Place. The house was full of character but modern, clean and well equipped for all ages. Mike was friendly, approachable and very helpful. Would definitely recommend and are busy planning our family get together again for next year! Thanks Mike!

  • Fantastic location

    on 10/07/2023

    Great house, nice and modern. Fantastic location as a base to explore snowdonia!

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