Wern Ddu has been wonderfully converted from an old dairy, providing an idyllic elevated location in the Snowdonia National Park, close to the village of Llanuwchllyn.
Sympathetically retaining to original building's charm, this is an ideal base for exploring snowdoniaand north wales.
Enter this charming cottage and head left into the heart-warming open-plan living room; high beamed ceilings and Velux windows flood the room with a bright and airy feel, while the snug sitting area benefits from an enticing woodburning stove for those cosy nights watching your favourite films.
This welcoming layout is topped off with a delightful dining table along with a stylish country-cottage-style kitchen.
This characterful accommodation concludes in charming style with a contemporary tiled bathroom and a peaceful double bedroom dressed in soothing neutral colours.
Fully unwind among this serene rural location by taking a seat on the marvellous patio, on a clear day the views reach as far as the picturesque Bala Lake.
Avid walkers can enjoy the scenic one and a half mile walk on the doorstep to the nearest village, Llanuwchllyn which boasts a pub with a shop that also serves delicious food.
Also, a path runs from the rear of the house in several directions leading on to many local walks including Carndochan Castle.
Just five miles from here is the ever-popular market town of Bala, centred by its well-appointed High Street as it also offers the gorgeous Bala Lake known for its wide range of thrilling watersports.
The Snowdonia National Park abounds in breath-taking walking and cycling country, while also boasting attractions including Bounce Below and Zip World.
A comforting retreat for couples to enjoy all-year-round.
All ground floor. One bedroom: 1 x double. Bathroom with a shower over bath, basin and WC. Open-plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove.
About the location
Bala 5 miles; Dolgellau 13 miles.
The traditional Welsh village of Llanuwchllyn is situated 5 miles from the popular town of Bala, at the southern end of Bala Lake, the largest natural body of water in Wales. The village offers a pub (with shop) serving excellent food, along with a petrol station, but is best known as the headquarters of the narrow gauge Bala Lake Railway, which provides a 9 mile scenic journey along the shores of the famous lake. The bustling market town of Bala is nearby and lies within the Snowdonia National Park at the head of Llyn Tegid, Bala’s famous lake which is the largest natural lake in Wales. It is renowned as a centre for great watersports including fishing, sailing, canoeing, windsurfing and whitewater rafting. The town itself is steeped in history and has a range of interesting shops, inns, restaurants and an historical Town Walk. Surrounded by the wonderful Berwyn Mountains, this is a mecca for walking, cycling and other outdoor activities. An ideal location for touring North and Mid Wales including the stunning North Wales Heritage Coast and all the attractions of Snowdonia National Park.