Ty Twt

Conwy, Wales

Suitible for: 2 Humans icon 2 Humans
Suitible for: 1 Dogs icon 1 Dog

  • Enclosed garden
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Why we love it

In an acre of its own private woodland, Ty Twt is the perfect spot to explore North Wales with a hound in tow (if they're not dragging you along the many walks!)

What you'll love

Dogs will love

  • Cuddling up next to you on the sofa with the throws provided
  • Finding the biscuit jar!
  • Discovering new smells in the enclosed garden

Humans will love

  • Cooking on the BBQ or the pizza oven
  • Exploring the private woodland
  • Sitting on the rocking chair on the veranda

The place

The most perfect spot for exploring North Wales. Set into the quiet countryside west of Denbigh, you’ll find this idyllic little hideaway in an acre of its own private woodland. There’s something for every hour of the day. Morning will see you waking up with a coffee and admiring the views down to the river below from the rocking chair, before walking round the Aled valley. Afternoon will likely be prepping pizzas for the pizza oven outside, and if evening doesn’t see you cuddling up to your four-legged friend by the wood burner, we’d be surprised. With plenty of dog-friendly eateries nearby and so much to explore – your dog would ask you to book if they could.


  • 1 x Double bed on a mezzanine


  • Bathroom with shower, WC and sink
  • Hairdryer
  • Towels provided

Living and relaxing

  • Living room with sofa and a wood burner
  • Two loungers and a firepit
  • Board games and cards
  • Guitar
  • Maps and walking guides

Cooking and dining

  • Open-plan kitchen including slow cooker, microwave, oven, hob, toaster and fridge with ice compartment
  • Cooking basics supplied - teas, coffee, sugar, salt, pepper, herbs, spice, balsamic vinegar and olive oil
  • A small welcome hamper is provided including homemade, local or organic produce
  • Outdoor cooking area with brick built BBQ and wood-fired pizza oven
  • Unlimited firewood provided

For the dog

  • Enclosed garden
  • Treats and toys
  • Protective sofa throw
  • Portable Mud Daddy dog shower and towels
  • Tin bath for wet play or bathing
  • Spare lead
  • Dog bowls
  • Poo bags and disposal bin

Booking information

  • Check in 1600
  • Check out 1000
  • £20 per dog per stay
  • To book in an additional small dog at £20 per stay, call the Guest Experience Team on 0117 409 0267

Optional extras

  • Dog-sitting service offered on request and at an additional charge of £10 per hour - please speak to the owners after booking for more details
  • A dog bed can be provided on request

You should know

  • The garden is enclosed but not dog-proof so dogs should be on leads if they are likely to chase livestock or don't have robust recall
  • The owners kindly ask that dogs keep out of the bedroom, please
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In the neighbourhood

  • You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to food in this part of the world. If you’re thinking classic pubs, then you could visit the Dinorben Arms, 20 minutes away, for a selection of pub classics, real ales and great views from the terrace. Or the Erskine Arms, 40 minutes away in Conwy, where this Georgian inn has won restaurant of the year serving fresh local food. Dogs are very welcome in the outside courtyard, or the bar!
  • When it comes to fine dining, you’ve an excellent option – Bryn Williams at Porth Eirias. A half-hour drive worth every minute, this contemporary bistro uses local produce to create phenomenal dishes, and of course, with its sea views, seafood is a large part of the menu. The outside terrace is dog friendly, so worth a visit on a sunnier day!
  • It’d hardly be a holiday without the trusty National Trust, so head on over to Bodnant Garden – a half hour’s drive away, to find 80 acres of glades, water gardens, Edwardian Italianate terraces, arboretums and more. There’s a café, craft centre, garden centre and shop to visit. Dogs are welcome every day in autumn and winter (October to the end of March) and all day every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday during the spring and summer, from 1 April to the end of September. It’s worth checking the seasonal restrictions before you go
  • Just 20 minutes away you’ll find Denbigh Castle and town walls. Built in the 13th century, it’s remarkably intact, and holds a great deal of historical interest, well worth a visit for the history buffs. Whilst you’re there, peruse Denbigh itself, and enjoy seeing the listed buildings, the busy market atmosphere and the many independent shops and restaurants
  • Betws-y-Coed is just a 35-minute drive, and if you haven’t been, it’s a must. Picturesque, and not unlike an Alpine town, it’s surrounded by the Gwydyr forest, which is incredibly magical. When you’re not touring the woods with the hound, or dining at dog-friendly eateries, you might be seeking out the waterfalls, following riverside walks (or little doggy paddles). If it sounds amazing, it’s because it is
  • If you’re looking for a day trip, take the hour’s drive to Pontcysyllte Aqueduct. A Grade 1 listed building, and a World Heritage Site – this soaring aqueduct carries the Llangollen canal across the Dee River. It’s the longest aqueduct in Britain and the highest canal aqueduct in the world, and you can walk its length or if you fancy it, take a canal boat trip across (though you need to check which services accept dogs) Most importantly, there are some lovely local pubs to visit
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