- Trains & Train Stations
- Golf nearby
- Horse Riding
- Ideal for honeymoons
- Other rental properties on site
- Pet Friendly
Bright, funky and filled with Mexican and African inspired furnishings, this characterful apartment is the perfect setting for a romantic yet unique Welsh getaway.
Hot pink walls, icon cushions, distinctive pieces of art and stylish furniture – you’ll find all this and more at Alpine Apartment 10. Set on the first floor of a converted old railway station this is a truly memorable holiday hideaway within a peaceful natural setting. Spend your days exploring the beautiful surroundings and then head back to enjoy a relaxing soak in the bath whilst sipping a complimentary glass of chilled champagne.
In the village you will find a full range of amenities, and on your doorstep there are countless public footpaths leading to picturesque picnic spots. Characterised by mountains, forests, lakes and wildlife, Snowdonia National Park is a very special place. The park is full of high peaks and rocky grandeur, and lower down the wild mountains give way to lush forests and gentle valleys. It is the perfect place for artists, outdoor-lovers and fun-seekers, and nowhere else will you find so much variety in one place.
There is free parking in a public car park yards from the apartments. Buses stop about 50 yards away, and of course trains halt right below the apartment windows.
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The apartment has one bedroom which sleeps two. The living room and kitchen are well equipped and you will be greeted by a welcome pack containing champagne, tea and coffee, wine, sugar, salt and pepper, spices, olive oil, balsamic vinegar and ice.
The apartment is housed in an old railway station right in the middle of Betws-y-Coed, a delightful village in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. And it boasts a private balcony which looks out over the station platform to the surrounding woods and hills.
Conditions of Rental
Smoking is prohibited throughout. Well behaved dogs are welcome. Please note that the apartment is on the first floor of an old railway station and is therefore not wheelchair accessible.