Just seen this post from Elfyn, which will put the cottage out of bounds for visitors
Sadly just been announced by Welsh Government that local lockdowns are to be imposed on the counties of Conwy, Denbighshire, Flint and Wrexham from 6pm on Thursday October 1st.
This effectively makes it an offence for any one to travel to or from any of these counties unless its for listed exempt activites such as for work, education or medical purposes. This will have a massive impact on access to both North Wales Limestone for climbing venues and for much of northern Snowdonia as the Ogwen Valley, Carneddau, the eastern side of the Glyderau, Moel Siabod, etc. are all within Conwy Council, while most of clwyd limestone is within Denbighshire. This effectively means that legally, for the purpose of recreation or holidays, that only residents of the county that these venues fall within, will be able to access these areas.
We’ll update the BMC website as soon as possible.
BMC Access & Conservation Officer (Wales)