Plas Y Bryn Hall is a large, detached Edwardian residence set in 1.5 acres of grounds and landscaped gardens within the Snowdonia National Park.
It occupies an enviable position with superb views over Cardigan Bay towards the Llyn Peninsula, and to the surrounding Snowdon and Rhinog ranges.
This excellently maintained period residence is the perfect place for friends, groups and large extended families to get together and create memories that you'll be able to take away and treasure.
The impressive hall welcomes you in and you are immediately drawn to the original parquetry hardwood flooring, in addition to superb ornamental plaster corbels and cornice ceiling roses.
Access to the first floor is given via an exquisite staircase, featuring barley sugar turned balusters, mahogany hand rails, newel posts and hand-carved mahogany embellishments.
A large half landing acts as the perfect stop-gap and offers views over the surrounding countryside and coastline beyond.
The two principle rooms at the front of the property offer a range of period features and enjoy far-reaching views over Cardigan Bay towards the Llyn Peninsula.
The sitting room enjoys original egg and dart plaster cornice, a magnificent ceiling rose, arched recess with a lovely fireplace and wood-burning stove, whilst the dining room offers original marquetry wood peripheral flooring throughout with geometric and Fleur de lys insets of various woods.
The children’s TV and games room is sure to be a hit with the younger members of the group and the downstairs art deco-style cloakroom with basin and WC is there for guest’s convenience.
The kitchen is well appointed with a cooking Range and breakfast table and chairs, and the utility/boot room with its own wood-burning stove is an ideal place for drying clothes.
Upstairs, this impressive first-floor landing offers superb ornamental plaster shell motifs to the ceiling, mounted in a full-length dome on dome recess.
Four individually styled bedrooms and two bathrooms take up the entire first floor.
The spacious master bedroom with a super king-size and en-suite facilities, enjoys wonderful views, as does the king-size room and the main family bathroom has an exquisite free-standing bath taking centre stage with views towards Snowdon!
On the upper floors of the property, which originally were the servant’s quarters, are three further bedrooms; all enjoying far reaching views over Cardigan Bay, surrounding countryside and mountains, and two well-appointed shower rooms.
Outside, there is ample parking and Plas Y Bryn Hall sits comfortably within tranquil grounds extending to about 1.5 acres.
The outdoor space has been well thought out with landscaped areas, a pond and three decked seating areas, providing great vantage points where you can enjoy far reaching panoramic views, and magnificent sunsets over Cardigan Bay and the Llyn Peninsula beyond.
The village of Llanbedr has shops and three pubs, as well as offering bike hire, mountain and river walks and is situated next to the dunes of a nature reserve and so a wide variety of birds and wildlife can be seen.
To the south both the resorts of Barmouth and Fairbourne are within easy reach, with traditional seaside amusements and excellent shopping and restaurants.
Just three miles to the North is the town of Harlech, with its magnificent World Heritage Castle, spectacular beach, Royal St Davids golf course and delightful shops and cafes.
Continue on past Harlech and you will reach the pretty Italianate village of Portmeirion, famous for “The Prisoner” TV series or Porthmadog with it’s marina and heritage railways.
In fact the whole of the National Park can be easily accessed with its many walking, cycling and horse riding routes, and the many peaks in the Snowdon range, or take the railway or climb to the top of Mount Snowdon itself!
The house is ideally located for exploring all of North Wales’ adventure activities including Zip World, Adventure Parc Snowdonia, King Arthurs Labyrinth or for a whole host of water sports including coasteering, kayaking, paddle boarding and sailing.
This really is a superb base for exploring North Wales, to relax and enjoy the stunning surroundings or as a place to celebrate that special occasion