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B and Bs in Rowen

Gwern Borter Manor Holiday Farm
Barker's Lane
Rowen
North Wales

LL32 8YL | View map
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In the court yards of Gwern Borter stand a selection of quaint, traditional stone built cottage terraces. Originally farm buildings, lovingly converted into eight cottages with laundry, gymnasium, sauna, rustic play area, games room, cycle hire and riding stables. All are fully equipped to the highest standard as befits the upper end of four star cottage accommodation.

Furnishings are in traditional cottage style, with all mod cons all come with Videos and CD systems. Cottages come complete with their own patio area and rustic furniture, barbecues are also available free of charge. Bed linen and all energy costs are included in the tariff. All you need is your own towels. Gwern Borter Country Manor is truly is a place to stay in all seasons.

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Months Open: All Year
Nearest Airport: Manchester
Number of Units: 8
Unit Type: Cottages
Price Guide: 280 to 720 sleeps 4 and 525 to 1040 sleeps 8
Nearest Major Town: Conwy
Distance: 4 miles
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Central Heating
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