The Cottage

The Tan-y-Garth Hut was built as a Methodist chapel at the end of the 19th centuary, and the adjacent stone built Cottage was the minister's house. After the chapel was de-consecrated it was bought by the Gwydyr Club, and the Cottage was modernised to provide comfortable self-catering accomodation for up to six people at reasonable cost. There is off-road parking for two vehicles.
Tan-y-garth Cottage

There are two bedroom upstairs*, of which one is a double, and the second is a twin room. There is also a double sofa bed in the dining room. Pillows and duvets are provided for the beds and there are some additional blankets along with duvets and pillows for the sofa bed. Bed linen is provided but you should bring your own towels.

The kichen is fitted with an electric cooker, a microwave, fridge, kettle and toaster. All crockery and kitchen utensils are provided.

An open fire can be lit in the sitting room. Wood, paper and firelighters are not provided, but are available in both Capel Curig and Betws y Coed. There is a colour TV with a video recorder and DVD player and music centre, although TV reception is quite poor due to the cottage's mountain position. The dining room chimney is capped and cannot be used.

Electricity (including the convector heater in the sitting room) is supplied through a £1 meter . Two storage heaters operate automatically on a time lock, the cost of which is included in the charge for the cottage.

We welcome pets, provided that they have their own bedding, as they are not allowed on the beds or furniture. We ask for £10.00 per dog per week.

* The staircase is quite steep and narrow, so the upstairs accomodation may not be suitable for disabled people.

Please note that smoking is not permitted in the Cottage