Once a woollen mill warehouse, this converted, Grade II listed cottage is cosy and centrally located in the old market town of Dolgellau, in the Snowdonia National Park.
A warm welcome awaits you at this charming, well-appointed comfortable cottage, which is ideal for couples or small families who want to enjoy time together exploring one of the most beautiful areas of North Wales.
The cottage is set over three floors and is full of character, with sash windows and some of the remaining woollen mill warehouse workings can still be seen.
The entrance hallway, with its high ceiling, inglenook fireplace and electric woodburner-style stove invites you in.
The delightful, open plan living space is on the first floor has exposed stonework and ceiling beams.
There is comfy seating for everyone and a well-equipped kitchen with a breakfast bar for those leisurely breakfasts, or a morning cup of coffee while you plan the day ahead.
The second floor accommodates the two comfy bedrooms with exposed beams and purlins, plus a bathroom.
The pretty, enclosed rear courtyard is accessed from the garage or side entrance path, perfect for alfresco dining or just enjoying the peace and quiet of the area, relaxing over a glass of your favourite tipple and reflecting on the day.
Tucked away from the main thoroughfare of Dolgellau’s town centre, this delightful cottage is just a moment’s stroll from its many shops, tea rooms, restaurants and pubs.
A number of activities can be enjoyed nearby, including the largest mountain bike trail centre in Wales, Coed y Brenin, just four miles away.
Starting from the town is the Mawddach Trail, from where walking and cycling take in spectacular coastal and mountain scenery.
Further afield, a short drive will open your eyes to the marvels of the area.
Enjoy the stunning architectural gem of Portmeirion, take a historical trip to Harlech Castle, or enjoy the industrial heritage of the Blaenau Ffestiniog slate works, steam railway, Zip World experience or Corris with its craft centre, King Arthur's labyrinth and Centre for Alternative Technology.
Take to the outdoors with various activities available or alternatively, spend your days relaxing with the sand between your toes on the lovely beaches at Barmouth, Fairbourne and Aberdovey.
This lovely cottage retains many of its original features from a bygone era, while its comfortable accommodation provides an ideal gateway discovering the mystical mountains of North Wales.
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.
Note: Property offers a parking permit for Long Stay Gwynedd Council Car Parks between the months of April and October