Ffrwdd Galed Uchaf is a Grade II listed building situated in Tregarth, Wales.
This is a great choice for those who fancy a rural location where you can enjoy some of Wales' finest locations.
Step into the open-plan living space, with its light decor and welcoming rooms.
Sit on the plush sofas with the warmth emanating from the crackling woodburning stove, and enjoy the benefits of the smart TV and DVD player to catch up on all your favourite shows and films for a family night in.
Move toward the dining area with two benches able to seat five people, and makes for an excellent place to dine together.
The kitchen has a lovely set of contemporary units and worktops, with a selection of appliances to suit your cooking needs.
The ground floor is also home to a single bedroom, and a modern ground floor shower room.
Upstairs you will find a further two double bedrooms.
The bedrooms have been minimally styled, with matching bedside tables and lamps, ideal for some late night reading.
The upstairs bedrooms have sloping ceilings and skylights, giving the rooms an abundance of natural light.
Outside, there is a rear lawned garden and patio area with furniture, a lovely space to sit out and enjoy the morning breeze, while you watch the sun rise.
To the front is an enclosed slate garden area, with off-road parking to the side for up to three cars.
While you stay at Ffrwdd Galed Uchaf, why not indulge in Zip World Penrhyn Quarry, which is 1.2 miles away.
With panoramic stunning views over the slate quarry, you and your little ones can enjoy the 500ft high zip line, and makes for an exciting day out.
Also nearby is Penrhyn Castle, a National Trust castle in the form of a Norman Castle.
It dates back to the 15th century and has an industrial railway museum and a painting collection.
Ffrwdd Galed Uchaf is ideal for a short break or cosy holiday.
About the location
Bangor 5 miles.
Tregarth is a traditional Welsh village, originating from the slate mining industry but now a friendly village with a traditional pub and active village community centre.
The old railway tracks for the mines have been closed and converted into cycle paths as part of the 250-mile Lon Las Cymru network from Cardiff to Holyhead, which winds its way through the Nant Francon Pass alongside the Ogwen river to Llyn Owen.
Two miles away is Bethesda, a small town on the River Ogwen in North Wales with a number of shops, chapels and pubs.
The coastal city of Bangor is six miles away and is best known for its university.
Bangor also has a harbour and is close to the Thomas Telford-designed Menai Suspension Bridge which links the mainland to the Isle of Anglesey.
South of Tregarth is the Snowdonia National Park with its stunning mountain walks, breathtaking scenery and many towns and villages.
Capel Curig 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, the National Slate Museum and the High Ropes activity centre..