This traditional ground floor apartment is set on the main road in the small village of Cemmaes, just outside the Snowdonia National Park.
With comfortable accommodation and a pub opposite, this is a fantastic retreat for a couple who are looking to explore the rural countryside of Wales.
You enter from the rear of the property up two steps into the main hallway where to your left you will find the open plan living area.
This is a light and bright room with a kitchen area, cosy seating set in front of the feature fireplace and a dining area which is in front of the large bay window.
Completing the accommodation is a relaxing double bedroom and a shower room with an impressive double shower.
Outside there is a small gravelled area and there is roadside parking available locally on a first come, first served basis.
The village of Cemmaes is a fantastic base as everything that Snowdonia has to offer is easily accessible.
This area is ideal for walkers and outdoor enthusiasts with Cader Idris nearby and numerous opportunities for mountain biking at Dyfi Forest and well-known Coed y Brenin.
The market town of Machynlleth offers many shops and restaurants and is just a short drive away.
There is also a golf course here and the Centre for Alternative Technology provides an interesting and unusual day out.
Haulfryn is a charming property for a romantic break away.
All ground floor. One double bedroom. Shower room with double shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with folding bed.
About the location
Aberdovey 16 miles; Dolgellau 16 miles.
Cemmaes is a lovely little village surrounded by the rolling hills of Mid Wales set in the stunning valley of the River Dyfi. With a pretty village church and a scattering of houses with lanes leading down to the river, Cemmaes is the perfect little place for a relaxing retreat. Just 10 minutes’ drive away is the small market town of Machynlleth. The streets of the town spread out from the 19th century clock tower, and offer a good mix of specialist shops, pubs and cafes, in addition to the regular street markets held every Wednesday. The town boasts two art galleries, and is home to the Museum of Modern Arts, Wales, which showcases the work of a variety of international artists, as well as staging concerts and lectures in its 400 seat auditorium. From Cemmaes it is a short drive to the coast in one direction and the town of Dolgellau in the other making it ideally placed for taking advantage of the superb walking, riding, beaches, fishing and rock climbing available in the area.