Resting in the centre of Dolgellau, this characterful cottage is a cosy little escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Couples can turn this adventure into a romantic break, or a peaceful holiday can be spent together with the family.
The exterior sets the feel of the retreat upon arrival, and the same sense of old world charm continues through to the inside.
Many nights will be spent snuggled up in the lounge, with exposed beams, stonework and elevated by a woodburner, which is tucked into an inglenook fireplace.
The dining table has seating for four people, located close to the kitchen.
Stairs lead up to the two bedrooms; a double and a twin, beautifully finished and complimented by A-frame beams, and 1800's slate seating.
Both are laced with a rustic, enchanting effect that continues across the landing to the other side, making this whole floor a traditional haven.
Many outdoor pursuits are on offer in Snowdonia with relaxing days out on the soft sandy beaches of Barmouth, Fairbourne and Aberdovey a must.
The town is a designated 'cycle break centre' boasting cycle routes all around the area.
A compilation of scenery, mountains, forests, waterfalls, castles and beaches make this an excellent choice for a well-rounded holiday experience.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area with woodburner.
About the location
Fairbourne 8 miles; Barmouth 10 miles; Aberdovey 20 miles.
This small, beautiful market town is located in the heart of southern Snowdonia, between the imposing Cader Idris mountain range and the sea. It’s a superb base for a holiday - perfect for combining the many outdoor pursuits on offer in Snowdonia with relaxing days out on the soft sandy beaches of Barmouth, Fairbourne and Aberdovey. The town itself offers a good selection of shops, five pubs and a wine bar, along with a number of excellent restaurants, cafes and two bakeries, that produce fresh bread and cakes each day. Dolgellau is home to over 200 listed buildings, allegedly the highest concentration in the whole of Wales, and the town is also a designated 'cycle break centre' boasting a range of dedicated cycle routes all around the area. Close by is the Coed y Brenin mountain bike trail and this location is ideal for quiet outdoor recreation with superb scenery, mountains, forests, waterfalls, castles and beaches all close to hand.