Y Felinheli 2 miles.
Beudy Bach is a spacious but homely barn conversion set on Ty Mawr Farm near the village of Y Felinheli in North Wales.
This property comes with fantastic features and facilities and with something for everybody in the local area, it is the perfect stay for a group of couples, friends or family to come and experience North Wales and all that it has to offer, including the astounding Snowdonia National Park with its scenery, attractions and charming towns and villages.
Step into this stone-built cottage and into its alluring, open-plan living area with an enticing woodburning stove, Smart TV and plenty of comfortable seating for everybody to sit together and enjoy a night in front of the fire.
The kitchen is well-appointed and comes with a rustic wooden dining table set for four, plus its slate floor adds a further touch of character.
On the ground floor you will also find a peaceful double bedroom with a feature exposed stone wall, TV and a lovely, convenient en-suite.
Head up the stairs and admire the traditional wooden beams that lie above the living area.
The interior of Beudy Bach is finished off with a charming twin room under the sloping ceiling, also with en-suite facilities.
Spend some time outside on the delightful gravelled seating area, where you can enjoy a relaxing drink or perhaps some alfresco dining if the weather is right.
Y Felinheli provides you with a pleasant selection of places to shop, eat and drink and is an ideal base for touring the surrounding area.
From here you can visit the popular destinations of Caernarfon and Bangor, with their wonderful architecture and charming shops making for an excellent day out.
You can also enjoy the outdoors at the nearby Snowdonia National Park or perhaps a day at one of the various nearby beaches.
Note: This property can be booked with Refs. 9715567, 971568 and 971569, together they sleep 14.
About the location
Bangor 3 miles; Caernarfon 5 miles; Llanberis 6 miles.
Y Felinheli, formerly know as Port Dinorwic, is situated on the beautiful Menai Strait between the historic town of Caernarfon and the cathedral city of Bangor. Home to a small, established yachting marina with an interesting lock (allowing boats to enter or leave before cruising down the Straits to the open sea), this small village also has a couple of pubs, a restaurant and cafe in the dock area, a shop and Post Office, a beautician, a hairdresser and several great restaurants on the nearby Island of Anglesey. Visitors to this lovely region are spoilt for choice, with stunning Snowdonia, the beautiful Llyn Peninsula, or the sandy beaches of the Isle of Anglesey all within easy reach.