Local Area

Cae Du is a non-smoking house.

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Beautiful mountain panoramas, quiet forest walkways, lakeside trails, historic settlements, tumbling waterfalls.
Whether you're in the mood for a gentle 'after lunch' stroll or a challenging stroll to the summit of a distant ridge, there’s an appropriate walk to suit you, all of them easily accessible from our cottage.
The beauty of North Wales and the experience of walking in North Wales will leave you breathless standing still.

For local mountain Guiding, climbing and mountaineering courses for one or the entire family www.summittosavour.co.uk

Mountain Biking

Snowdonia has a reputation as an area ideally situated and resourced for mountain biking.
The terrain nearby to Caedu-Cottage is host to, and spans, an extensive network of forest trails and mountain routes.
From gentle rides to take in local history and hidden valleys of the region to challenging, epic rides, all of which offer spectacular views of Snowdonia, there is something here for everyone. There are way marked trails and maps available for those wishing to base themselves in Caedu-Cottage and an extensive network of ancient trails and bridleways dissecting the valleys and hill tops for which Ordinance Surveymaps indicate rights of way for cyclists. Several guide books are available illustrating and describing some of the excellent routes in the region.


In Snowdonia you will find golf courses which are part of the natural landscape - from links and parkland to hill courses. Caedu-Cottage is within easy distance of several top golf courses. Golfing in this area is a special experience with so many courses to enjoy, all located in wonderful settings with excellent views of the mountains and the coast. Needless to say, Snowdonia dominates the view from nearly every course in the north west but the area's unrivalled collection of castles also contributes to the spectacular background. There's been a course near Anglesey's Beaumaris Castle for a century and a famous one near the classic turrets of Conwy Castle for even longer.
Inland, the beauty spot of Betws-y-Coed boasts a nine-hole course.

For more information on ther local golf club click here


A part from the pleasures and challenges posed by rod and line, the angler based in Betws-y-Coed is given the opportunity for relaxation and observation within valley, woodland and moorland settings of rich variety and considerable beauty. Salmon have bred in the Conwy, Lledr and Llugwy rivers for centuries, but spring running fish were not introduced until 1920, when Mr Connell Smith of Gwydyr Hotel obtained eggs from Thurso in Scotland and introduced them to a hatchery he built on the Afon Lledr.

Anyone aged 12 or over fishing on lakes, canals or rivers in England and Wales , must have an Environment Agency Rod Fishing Licence, available from Post Offices. In addition to holding a licence you must have the permission of the holder of the fishing rights. To check fishing seasons and byelaws, call (0645) 333 111.

Conwy Valley Fisheries, Glyn Isa, Rowen,
Tel: (01492) 650063.

Tyddyn Mawr Trout Fishery, Nr. Rowen,
Tel: (01492) 650302
For fishing at the Cae Du section of the Lleder contact Kevin Thomas 0798979347 or email click here

Horse Riding

Whatever a rider's experience (or lack of it) accredited riding establishments across North Wales offer something for everyone, giving the chance to soak up the glorious views while the horse takes the strain.
These equestrian centres have a variety of programmes in place to match differing individual requirements, from a half hour lead rein ride out for young and old alike, through to full days out.

Local Attractions

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Local Photos

There is so much to do in North Wales, listing all the attractions would be the equivalent of authoring a book! It's exhaustive. Here's a few of our favourites...
Bodnant Gardens

Bodnant Gardens

Bodnant Gardens

Penrhyn Castle

View from Llandudno cable car

Anglesey beach


Black rock beach Nr Porthmadog

View from the miners track on route up Snowdon

View form The Great Orme

View form The Great Orme

Llandudno pier

On the Snowdon route

On the Snowdon route

On the Snowdon route

Local Links

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Here are some links to recommended sites about North Wales


Trefriw Woollen Mill


Greenwood Forest Park

Anglesey Sea Zoo

The Welsh Mountain Zoo

All North Wales Attractions

Travel Information

AA Route Planner

The Conwy-Valley rail line


Weather Forecast

Snowdonia mountain weather

BBC Weather


Premier Cottages

Group Accommodation

Caedu cottage Wales

Caedu Cottage.

Caedu Cottage is approximately 1 mile north of Pont-Y-Pant on the A470 road to Dolwyddelan.
Caedu Cottage is 5 miles from Betws-y-Coed which is the principal village of the Snowdonia National Park. Covering more than 800 square miles, the park is a region of haunting beauty and grandeur, of wild rocky mountains, hidden valleys, cascading rivers, still glacial lakes and deep forests. There are many activities and attractions within the area, including, world class mountain bike trails, horse riding, fishing, caving, and various adventure activity playgrounds. The cottage is spacious and well equipped with attention to detail to ensure you have a wonderful stay. The cottage sleeps up to 12 adults in a mixture of 3 double and 3 twin rooms, and we are happy with up to two dogs in the group. We have young child and baby specific essentials: 2 cots, stair gates and 2 highchairs.
A warm welcome await you at Caedu cottage

A warm welcome awaits you.

The living/kitchen area is open plan with lots of space, comfy sofas and oak flooring.
You can enjoy the views from a sofa, or sit outside and watch the social comings and goings of our wildlife. We have excellent dining facilities, both inside and outside on the patio with the BBQ. Perfect for families and large groups, there is even a piano for the musically inclined. No smoking within the house please. We have made every effort to equip the cottage to accommodate visitors by ensuring it is comfortable and practical and the ideal place to relax and enjoy your holiday.
If our website does not give you all the information you need to make your holiday choice please contact us, we would love to talk to you.

Tim Carter.