Two bedroom property available, set in a beautiful location with fantastic views of Conwy. This is a unique property set in the foothills of Snowdonia National Park. Berthlwyd Bach is the South wing of Berthlwyd Hall Country House, a beautiful period home with origianl stained glass windows, covings, oak panelled wallls and an impresive open fireplace. The Bach also includes a grand living space comprising of lounge with Log effect gas burner, original wooden flooring, spacious conservatory overlooking enclosed private garden, good sized kitchen with appliances, two large bedrooms, one bathroom, one wet room and gas central heating. There is ample parking for approximately four cars. The rent is INCLUSIVE OF WATER RATES, ELECTRICITY AND COUNCIL TAX.
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Appointments, Viewings and Tenant Fees
Our lettings team are highly knowledgeable about the properties we offer and are happy to discuss your preferences and tune in to your needs and helping you find the right property for you.
Where possible, we are happy to drive you around having made an appointment to meet at our office, where free parking is available. This also helps us with our team’s personal security, knowing that you have been into our office and filled in a short form, avoids us missing each other and is convenient – especially if you are new to the area. You can if you prefer, arrange to meet at the property.
When we find a property and you wish to rent it, the following fees apply.
Before Your Tenancy Starts
Tenancy Application and Referencing (first tenant)
Tenancy Application and Referencing (subsequent tenants)
Guarantor Fee (if required)
Student Tenancy Application and Referencing (includes guarantor fee)
Accompanied Check In Fee (optional)
Pet Fee (if applicable)
After Your Tenancy Starts
Replacement Tenant Application and Referencing
Re-Issue of Keys (Lost keys – plus cost of any replacement keys). Additional fees may be required if locks are changed as a subsequence.