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1 / 26  Sit out in the garden and admire the 1623 Gatehouse, one of the last remaining in Wales
2 / 26  Walk from the 17th century historic farmhouse to the private lakes
3 / 26  Gather around the refectory table in the dining room
4 / 26  A gorgeous setting for meals in together in front of the open fireplace
5 / 26  Creatively designed and well-equipped kitchen
6 / 26  View towards the enclosed walled garden
7 / 26  Warm up in front of the open fireplace
8 / 26  Comfortable lounge with original oak panelling
9 / 26  Soak up the history of Geeler House and find local attractions for your stay
10 / 26  Super-king double bedroom with garden views
11 / 26  Freshly laundered bedding
12 / 26  Stylish en-suite shower room
13 / 26  Spacious Master bedroom
14 / 26  The fabulous four-poster bed
15 / 26  Fabulous family bathroom with roll-top bath and separate shower
16 / 26  Ground floor bathroom
17 / 26  Cosy double bedroom
18 / 26  The perfect hideaway in the attic bedroom
19 / 26  Cosy twin bedroom in the gatehouse
20 / 26  Keep warm in the gate house bedroom
21 / 26  Enjoy walks on site with 500 acres to explore
22 / 26  Embrace the stunning views at the property
23 / 26  Relax by the lakes
24 / 26  The local residents
25 / 26  Snow-capped mountains in Snowdonia
26 / 26  Plenty of dog walks and fabulous views on the farm
Sit out in the garden and admire the 1623 Gatehouse, one of the last remaining in Wales
Walk from the 17th century historic farmhouse to the private lakes
Gather around the refectory table in the dining room
A gorgeous setting for meals in together in front of the open fireplace
Creatively designed and well-equipped kitchen
View towards the enclosed walled garden
Warm up in front of the open fireplace
Comfortable lounge with original oak panelling
Soak up the history of Geeler House and find local attractions for your stay
Super-king double bedroom with garden views
Freshly laundered bedding
Stylish en-suite shower room
Spacious Master bedroom
The fabulous four-poster bed
Fabulous family bathroom with roll-top bath and separate shower
Ground floor bathroom
Cosy double bedroom
The perfect hideaway in the attic bedroom
Cosy twin bedroom in the gatehouse
Keep warm in the gate house bedroom
Enjoy walks on site with 500 acres to explore
Embrace the stunning views at the property
Relax by the lakes
The local residents
Snow-capped mountains in Snowdonia
Plenty of dog walks and fabulous views on the farm
1 / 26  Sit out in the garden and admire the 1623 Gatehouse, one of the last remaining in Wales
2 / 26  Walk from the 17th century historic farmhouse to the private lakes
3 / 26  Gather around the refectory table in the dining room
4 / 26  A gorgeous setting for meals in together in front of the open fireplace
5 / 26  Creatively designed and well-equipped kitchen
6 / 26  View towards the enclosed walled garden
7 / 26  Warm up in front of the open fireplace
8 / 26  Comfortable lounge with original oak panelling
9 / 26  Soak up the history of Geeler House and find local attractions for your stay
10 / 26  Super-king double bedroom with garden views
11 / 26  Freshly laundered bedding
12 / 26  Stylish en-suite shower room
13 / 26  Spacious Master bedroom
14 / 26  The fabulous four-poster bed
15 / 26  Fabulous family bathroom with roll-top bath and separate shower
16 / 26  Ground floor bathroom
17 / 26  Cosy double bedroom
18 / 26  The perfect hideaway in the attic bedroom
19 / 26  Cosy twin bedroom in the gatehouse
20 / 26  Keep warm in the gate house bedroom
21 / 26  Enjoy walks on site with 500 acres to explore
22 / 26  Embrace the stunning views at the property
23 / 26  Relax by the lakes
24 / 26  The local residents
25 / 26  Snow-capped mountains in Snowdonia
26 / 26  Plenty of dog walks and fabulous views on the farm

Geeler House

| Betws-y-Coed (7 mls SE), North Wales
10
5
3
Dogs allowed 1
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Family friendly

At a glance

  • Historic 17th century Grade II property, full of original period features and contemporary twists
  • Idyllic location with 500 acres of farmland, ancient woodlands, Garn Prys Mountain and lakes to explore
  • Delightful enclosed walled garden, quirky Gatehouse built in 1623 and walking distance to local pub
  • Close to Betws-y-Coed and Snowdonia National Park, perfect base to explore North Wales
  • Visit Bala Lake, ZipWorld, Surf Snowdonia, Conwy Castle and the National Trust's Bodnant Gardens
  • Paradise to relax or for active holidays there is walking, mountain biking, wildlife watching and fishing
Property code: 55987

Unique 17th Century property with contemporary twists, set in 500 acre farm. Close to Betws-y-Coed. Idyllic spot for friends and family to relax, enjoy activities and discover the best in North Wales.

Stylish 1600s farmhouse, part Tudor, part Elizabethan, offers exceptional interiors, nestling in 500 acres of farmland with ancient woodlands, mountain, lakes and unrivalled views. In Pentrefoelas close to Betws-y-coed. The gateway to Snowdonia National Park, where the River Conwy meets its three tributaries, boasting outdoor activities, craft, shops, galleries, pubs and historic bridges over rivers and streams. Discover waterfalls, river pools and hill top lakes alongside majestic mountains and dense woodland. Enjoy walking, climbing, cycling, canoeing, kayaking and fishing in breath-taking scenery. Climb Snowdon’s Summit, visit Bala Lake, Surf Snowdonia, ZipWorld and Go Below for adventures. Take a trip to Conwy Castle, Ruthin Gaol and the National Trust’s Bodnant Gardens. An all year round destination for an active or relaxing holiday

An historic treat awaits you in this fascinating historic 'Landmark Trust' style house, with twists and turns exuding period charm with oak panelled rooms, plaster armorial shields, feature fireplaces, exposed beams, stone and wooden floors, quirky staircases and even the original beam-door-lock from the 1600s. Perch on the oak seat in the porch, take off your boots and enter the oak panelled hallway. To your left is the spacious lounge with impressive stone fireplace, relax on the comfy sofas, light the fire, listen to music or watch a film on TV. Back in to the slate-flag floor hallway go through to the bespoke kitchen with all the equipment you need to rustle up a meal, including electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, microwave and dishwasher. If you decide to stay in after supper you can gather round the refectory table in the dining room, light the fire in the huge open fireplace, peruse the local maps and plan your adventures or enjoy a game of cards. The ground floor bathroom has a roll top bath with shower over and WC. On the first floor you can relax in the freestanding bath or take an invigorating shower in the large monsoon shower cubicle. There is also a WC. Further along the corridor you will discover the bedrooms with antique furniture, historic tapestries, oak panelling, uneven floors and historic clues to times gone by. The master bedroom with exposed beams and fine late 16th century ceiling offers a gigantic four-poster super-king-size bed, next door is a superb double bedroom with lovely views and at the end of the corridor is the spacious king-size bedroom with en suite shower room and WC. Back towards the bathroom and up the narrow stair case to the attic room, you will find the charming twin bedroom. Along the cobbled garden path, the beautiful 1623 Gatehouse, offers the unique opportunity to sleep in one of the last remaining gatehouses in Wales. This fifth bedroom has two comfy single beds, oak window seats and an impressive feature fireplace. All have splendid views across the grounds towards the rolling countryside.

Along the cobbled garden path, the beautiful 1623 Gatehouse, offers the unique opportunity to sleep in one of the last remaining gatehouses in Wales. This fifth bedroom has two comfy single beds, oak window seats and an impressive feature fireplace. All have splendid views across the grounds towards the rolling countryside.

Outside you have 500 acres to explore across the working sheep farm with ancient woodlands, Garn Prys Mountain, lakes and enclosed walled garden accessed from the porch. The walled garden is perfect for alfresco dining with table, chairs and BBQ or take a picnic on the lawn. Relish the wind on your face, enjoy walks around the working farm and soak up the history of this unique house. Ample private parking at the property. If you are bringing your bikes there is a covered store and an outside tap to hose your bikes down. Please note the caretakers are on site though privacy is assured.

Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.

  • 5 bedrooms – 1 four poster super-king-size, 1 double, 1 king-size, 1 twin and 1 twin in the outside Gatehouse
  • 2 bathrooms and 1 en-suite shower room
  • Electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and microwave
  • Outside utility area with washing machine and tumble dryer
  • 500 acre farm with lakes
  • 2 open fires (logs included)
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Bed linen and towels included
  • Ample private parking
  • Wi-Fi included
  • 1 dog welcome
  • Beach 18 miles, shop 3 miles and pub within walking distance
  • Arrival time - 3.30pm
  • Covered bike store
  • TV/DVD in lounge
  • Charcoal BBQ available

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 2 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
5
Overall equipment
5
Overall comfort
5
Overall location
5

Reviewed by Paul, 1st June 2018

Amazing location and beautiful property and garden. Would recommend.

Reviewed by Danielle, 13th April 2018

Absolutely outstanding property with so much historic value! Simply perfect for large group of friends or a family.

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