Wern Bach is set in a peaceful location between Betws-y-Coed, Llandudno and Abergele in North Wales. This holiday offers:
•shops and pubs in Llangernyw (1 mile)
•panoramic countryside views
•free wireless internet (WiFi)
This holiday caravan is a 6 berth 35' x 12' Carnaby Siesta (2005) static holiday home with a double bedroom and 2 twin bedrooms.
The caravan has a decking patio area with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside including a pond with ducks and geese. There is private parking for 3 cars.
Holiday caravan facilities at a glance
•static caravan sleeps 6
•3 bedrooms 1 double bedroom
2 twin bedrooms
•TV and DVD player
•free WiFi internet access
•private parking for 3 cars
•decking area with furniture
•electric heating and gas fire
•electric metered, gas included
Servicios y zonas comunes
The caravan is well appointed and has 3 bedrooms (1 double bedroom and 2 twin bedrooms), a shower room, and a separate toilet.
There is an open plan living area with kitchen, lounge and dining area with table and chairs. The kitchen is well equipped with oven, hob, fridge and microwave.
The lounge has comfortable seating and a gas fire, and enjoys panoramic views of the surrounding countryside including the pond in the field below. There is free WiFi available providing internet access if you bring your own wireless laptop.
Outside there is a decking area with table and 6 chairs which is an ideal location for relaxing at the end of the day, or for having breakfast on sunny mornings. There is private parking for up to 3 cars.
This is a single caravan in a peaceful location in the grounds of a smallholding called Wern Bach. There is bed and breakfast available at the main house, and there is ramped access to the lounge of the caravan.
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My name is Nia Davies I was born and raised in Wern Bach. Rhys and I now farm the land raising sheep and cattle.
In our spare time we enjoy walking in beautiful Snowdonia, skiing, cycling and stand up paddle boarding and spending time with family and friends.