Situated just two minutes from all the amenities of Aberdovey’s high street, with beautiful, distant views of the estuary, is this charming, end-terrace Victorian townhouse.
Many original features remain, including high ceilings, coving and large bay windows, preserving the character of its Victorian heritage, while modern twists provide a homely, welcoming retreat for a holiday exploring Mid Wales.
The property is extremely spacious for a Victorian terrace, set over three floors and providing abundant, comfortable accommodation.
The door opens into a spacious hallway which leads left into a large kitchen/dining area stretching to the back of the property.
At the front of the room, with a large bay window welcoming in lots of light, is a dining table, a comfy sofa for two and a woodburning stove set into a beautiful fireplace.
The kitchen has oak worktops, breakfast bar for two, a handsome range and an Nespresso machine to give your mornings a real kick-start!
At the back of the kitchen is a utility area with a second fridge, and washing and drying facilities.
Back in the entrance hall, beside the stairs, is a bench and selection of books where you can sit, read and enjoy some quiet time to yourself.
There is also a downstairs WC and a door leading outside to a courtyard, and onto the lawned garden overlooking the driveway, where outdoor furniture is available for alfresco dining.
Upstairs is the sitting room and first bedroom, separated by a split level landing from a bright, modern bathroom where you can enjoy a glass of wine in a bubble bath after a long walk.
The sitting room is simply amazing!
With a triple aspect, distant views down to the estuary, and a beautiful, ornate slate and marble fireplace, everyone can enjoy relaxing here together.
The pretty first floor bedroom is nice and bright, with a TV, king-size double bed and decorative fireplace, while up a further flight of stairs are three more bedrooms; a king-size double, a further more cosy third double bedroom and a fourth bedroom with two 2’6 single beds.
The second floor also enjoys the use of its own shower room.
Outside, to the right of the property, is parking for two cars – a rare luxury in Aberdovey!
Behind the drive is a spacious, raised lawned garden with a garden bench, dining table and chairs.
The garden is a wonderful place to sit out and dine in the summer sunshine, or enjoy a glass of wine as the sun goes down and the kids are tucked up in bed.
Aberdovey is a quiet, peaceful fishing village on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park with a lovely selection of harbourside bars, restaurants and tea rooms.
Set on the coast, the village is an excellent base for watersports enthusiasts, with sailing, windsurfing canoeing and water-skiing in abundance!
Take the kids crabbing, go fishing, and spend an afternoon exploring the four miles of sand dunes that stretch between Aberdovey and Tywyn, where you can hop onto the Talyllyn Railway.
Head further into Snowdonia for sensational walking trails through the national park or, if you prefer to spend your time on two wheels, the area is great for exploring by bike.
Although the roads can get a little busy in the summer, there are some beautiful car-free routes like The Mawddach Trail.
In a great location, with beautiful period features and comfortable rooms, Bodlondeb is the perfect holiday destination for exploring the Welsh coastline.