Bryncrug 2 miles.
A delightful, stone-built, semi-detached 17th century holiday cottage set in the scenic Dysynni Valley, near to Bryncrug village in the Snowdonia National Park.
Charmingly appointed providing quality accommodation throughout, this Bryncrug holiday cottage is ideal for a family or a couple looking for a romantic break in a lovely location.
The light and airy sitting room has French doors onto the side patio, which is ideal for dining alfresco while enjoying the beautiful sea and mountain views.
This Bryncrug cottage stands in a wonderful rural location on the Welsh Coastal Path offering stunning views over Tywyn, Cardigan Bay and the surrounding mountains.
The immediate countryside is a haven for wildlife with red kites, harriers and buzzards flying all around and from the garden there are spectacular views of Bird Rock (the most inland nesting area for cormorants in the UK), Cader Idris and Cardigan Bay, all making this a perfect location for walking, mountain biking, fishing, birdwatching, horseriding, watersports and golf.
Nearby, is the seaside town of Tywyn, home of the famous Talyllyn Railway and within 8 miles is the delightful harbour village of Aberdovey with its quaint streets, restaurants, lovely harbour front and sandy beach.
This is a delightful Bryncrug holiday cottage which is in a special coastal location, in a truly beautiful part of Wales.
Note: This cottage is next to ref 16996 and together they accommodate 11 people.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x ground floor twin (3' beds). Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower cubicle, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with doors to garden and stunning views.
About the location
Tywyn 2 miles; Aberdovey 6 miles.
The small village of Bryncrug, with a shop and a pub, stands in the Dysynni Valley, at the southern end of the Snowdonia National Park, and is only 6 miles from the picturesque harbour village of Aberdovey, renowned for its mild climate, sandy beaches, sailing and a championship 18-hole links golf course. Aberdovey is often referred to as an "artist's paradise" with its pastel coloured cottages, small shops, inns and excellent restaurants which specialise in local seafood. The village boasts some of the finest beaches in Britain, with four miles of golden sand-dune backed shoreline running north to Tywyn, a Victorian seaside town with a promenade, putting green, leisure centre, restaurants, cafes and fish and chip shops. The beaches are popular with sunbathers, swimmers, surfers and fishermen, while the estuary attracts a wide range of watersports enthusiasts. The peaks of the Cader Idris and Aran Fawddwy ranges are within easy reach and are complemented by the charm of the Dovey and Dysynni valleys nearby. An ideal area for walkers, climbers and wildlife watchers, and a wonderful all year round location.