85 Lower Lakeside Chalet is a fresh, ground floor chalet set in a beautiful lakeside location on the Glan Gwna Country Holiday Park in Caeathro, North Wales.
With excellent on-site facilities, including an outdoor heated pool and a bar/restaurant, plus lots going on in the local area, this property is an ideal stay for families to come and enjoy a fun-packed holiday together.
Enter into the bright and airy open-plan living area, offering a TV with a DVD player and two comfortable leather sofas, one of which can be used as a sofa bed for any extra guests that wish to stay.
The kitchen is well-equipped and comes next to a charming dining area, where you can enjoy each delicious home-cooked meal as a group.
The two bedrooms here at 85 Lower Lakeside are tastefully decorated with pleasant bed linen and convenient fitted wardrobes to store your belongings.
The interior of the chalet is topped off with a glossy, white family bathroom, where you can enjoy soaking in a soothing bubble bath after a day of discovering the nearby Snowdonia National Park.
This property's finest asset can be found externally, with a splendid decking area that overlooks the picturesque Glan Gwna Lake, where you can fish if you have a rod license.
The holiday park also offers a shop, a children's play area and a laundrette for your convenience.
The royal, coastal town of Caernarfon is just a short distance away and makes for a fabulous holiday base with its majestic castle, variety of charming shops and cafés and a stunning harbour to be admired.
From here you can also visit the unspoilt Isle of Anglesey with its beaches and scenery, as well as the magnificent Snowdonia National Park, which provides premium walking and cycling facilities.
85 Lower Lakeside is a superbly located chalet for a week of touring some of North Wales' finest features.
About the location
Caernarfon 2 miles; Llanberis 7 miles; Beddgelert 10 miles.
Caeathro is a small village with a shop and pub, situated on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park, 2 miles from Caernarfon. The town is a popular tourist spot, with its impressive 13th Century castle, well-preserved town walls and attractive waterfront. During the season there are guided tours of the castle and special events including historic pageants. There is also a station for the Welsh Highland Railway, which passes through dramatic scenery. Caernarfon offers a selection of shops, places to eat and sea-fishing trips off the coast of Anglesey. The perfect location for touring Snowdonia and the lovely beaches of Anglesey and the Lleyn Peninsula, as well as for enjoying excellent climbing, walking, mountain biking, watersports and golf.