This two-storey end-terrace cottage is situated within the small village of Rachub, near Bethesda.
It is perfectly located for exploring Snowdonia or visiting Penrhyn Slate Quarry for an exciting ZipWorld adventure, which features the fastest zip line in the world.
There are also beautiful countryside rambles from your doorstep and nearby bike trails for all skill levels.
The village offers a well-stocked small shop and a local pub, and a larger selection of amenities a mile away in Bethesda.
A renovated retreat with exposed beams and stonework, Charlies Cottage is charming and full of character, somewhere cosy to unwind all-season-round.
The country-style kitchen hosts all of the necessary appliances you may need throughout your stay, and tiled flooring follows the layout round.
For those relaxing nights in, the lounge awaits with its electric woodburner-effect fire and comfy seating, becoming your own little place to snuggle up after the sun goes down.
The first floor is equally as impressive, hosting two bedrooms; a double with views of the garden, and a bunk room, each neutrally designed with a calming feel throughout.
Complimenting the interior is an all-white shower room, so you can get ready in style every day before and after all your sightseeing and outdoor activities.
When you are not relaxing indoors, enjoy the small garden to the rear, for an opportunity to truly take in the delightful, quiet location.
Visitors to the area can also explore the castles of Caernarfon, Beaumaris and Conwy, and the National Trust stately homes of Penrhyn Castle and Plas Newydd Country House and Gardens.
Spend the afternoon at one of the many traditional seaside resorts, or discover the isolated, hidden beaches on Anglesey, much of which is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
With spectacular scenery and wildlife on the doorstep, buzzards soaring overhead and the occasional Peregrine Falcon to be seen, and many exciting outdoor adventures to discover nearby, this is a precious haven for four.
About the location
Bangor 6 miles; Caernarfon 10 miles.
Bethesda is a small town settled beside the River Ogwen in North Wales. Situated on the A5 between Bangor and the Snowdonia National Park, Bethesda was once a busy slate quarrying town and nowadays offers a good selection of shops and other amenities, in particular a number of chapels and pubs. The beautiful mountainous scenery of Snowdonia borders Bethesda, with the Lôn Las Ogwen cycling and walking paths skirting past. For the more adventurous, why not visit Zip World in Bethesda which is known for having Europe’s fastest and longest zip line. Capel Curig, just ten miles away, is a popular centre for walking, climbing and mountain biking, whilst Llanberis is situated at the foot of Mount Snowdon and is home to the Snowdon Mountain Railway and the National Slate Museum. Cwm Idwal is also a wonderful spot to visit, situated in northern Snowdonia – Darwin came to study the area and found tiny fossils of oceanic plant life and sea creatures in the boulders and rocks. The coastal town of Caernarfon is just a short drive away as is the beautiful Isle of Anglesey and the Anglesey Coastal Path. Visitors to the area can also explore the castles of Caernarfon and Beaumaris and the NT stately homes of Penrhyn Castle and Plas Newydd Country House and Gardens. Spend the day at one of the many traditional seaside resorts, or discover the isolated, hidden beaches on Anglesey, much of which is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With spectacular scenery on the doorstep, wonderful wildlife with buzzards soaring overhead and the occasional Peregrine Falcon to be seen, and many exciting outdoor adventures to discover nearby, Bethesda is superbly located for enjoying both the coast and the countryside of stunning North Wales.