This attractive, well-presented, semi-detached cottage is situated in the centre of the pleasant village of Cemmaes, close to the Snowdonia National Park.
Well-appointed throughout, this Cemmaes holiday cottage provides charming and cosy accommodation, perfect for a family or small group of friends.
The comfortable sitting room boasts a warming multi-fuel stove, perfect to relax in front of after an exciting day out, while the kitchen is well-equipped, perfect for any budding chefs looking to impress the rest of the party, whipping up a tasty meal using locally-sourced products.
The large, practical entrance hall is ideal for storing all of your walking gear, and after a long day out and about, you can relax in the courtyard garden at this Cemmaes cottage, which is ideal for dining alfresco in the warm summer sun, while walks from the doorstep, with lanes leading down to the River Dyfi, mean the dogs can enjoy their Cemmaes cottage holiday as much as you!
For the more intrepid visitors, Glyndwr's Way, a 135-mile footpath, runs just a mile from the cottage, and on the way back from your day of adventure, stop off at the local pub, which is just over the road.
This spacious Cemmaes holiday cottage is only a short drive from the Centre for Alternative Technology, King Arthur's Labyrinth and the picturesque seaside village of Aberdovey, with its beautiful beach and picturesque backdrop.
This welcoming Cemmaes cottage is perfect for an exciting holiday in a beautiful part of Wales.
Three bedrooms: 2 x king-size double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area (seats 4). Sitting room with dining area and multi-fuel stove. Large entrance hall.
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.