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Ty Twt

  • Visit Wales Quality Assured Glamping Accommodation
  • Visit Wales Gold Award
  • WTTC SafeTravels

Self-catering with 0 units

Felin Isa Llanefydd,
LL16 5HD



Felin Isa Llanefydd,
LL16 5HD


This quiet part of north Wales is perfect for a few days of restorative, relaxing outdoor time and Ty Twt has been beautifully crafted to welcome you into it. There’s a rocking chair on the veranda where you can sip coffee in the morning and stargaze at night, a bench in your private woodland which overlooks a steep sided valley to the river below, an outdoor cooking area with BBQ & wood-fired pizza oven (pizza dough mix in your welcome hamper) for al fresco meals and then, when the night draws in, the wood-burner to warm the cabin and add a rippling, homely glow. If you sit quietly, you might spot badgers and deer, hear owls in the woods and see swallows swooping round the cabin, which they used to nest in until the windows were installed. There’s an extensive board game collection, a few musical instruments and all the comforts of home, (small kitchen and shower room), as well as the cosy nook of the mezzanine bed, just a ladder climb away.

The location and the pure charm of the cabin itself lend themselves to any kind of stay, from a wintry escape full of long naps and wood smoke, to a summer adventure into wild Snowdonia or a few days dangling your toes in the river. It’s not by chance that the cabin is so well suited to being really lived in, perfect for both a short weekend getaway or a longer stay. Your hosts, and the cabin’s creators, Catherine and Jenny have been adding to it with their art and carpentry for over a decade, and some of Jenny’s children have lived it in for long spells, along with the swallows. Their house is close by but completely out of sight, leaving you wonderfully secluded, but if you need them (or want to meet Daisy the Stabyhoun) feel free to drop in. They’ve left you a great guide to the area, which is full of picturesque waterfalls, grand country gardens and lovely old towns. You can even have the unique experience of canoeing across an aqueduct, at Pontcysyllte. There are walks right from the door as well as the famous hikes and expansive wilderness of Snowdonia to explore, but you might just want to wander the woods, keep an eye out for the wildlife and disconnect for a while.

The important stuff

Check in: after 4 pm
Check out: 10.30 am
Please bring torches, wellies and waterproof footwear (recommended during the winter months)
Please be aware that the woodland walk includes steep steps in parts, however this, and any other potential hazards, such as using the woodstove are highlighted in the guests’ welcome book
Mobile phone signal dependent on the network
Wi-Fi available
An initial supply of firewood is provided for the wood-burner which should last a couple of days. If guests require more, the owners provide additional logs at £5 per large trug
Sleeping arrangements
One double bed on mezzanine - Extra space available for babies - but guests will need their own travel cot.
Space for 2 pets from £20 per pet per stay-One large or two small dogs

Cooking facilities:
Electric slow cooker
Microwave combination oven/grill
Single induction hob
Electric kettle
Fridge with ice compartment
Small kitchen
Outdoor cooking area with brick built BBQ and wood-fired pizza oven
Kitchen sink and washing up bowl.

Bathroom facilities:
Flushing toilet
Heating, lighting & bedding

All bed linen provided
LPG gas
Electric lighting
Plug sockets, two with USB charger

Board games
Large selection of maps and walking guides
Giant dominoes for outdoors
From 2022 there will be bike rental available.

Dogs/pets accepted by arrangement


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Map reference: SH 960686  Lat: 53.20495 Long: -3.55774


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