Llanbedr 1 mile.
This single-storey cottage is situated in the Snowdonia National Park, above the village of Llanbedr, between the coast road and the Rhinog mountains.
Carved out of a very ancient farm building, the cottage has an endearing, quirky charm, boasting roughly hewn beams, irregular white stone walls and an attractive woodburner in the sitting room.
This is an ideal, cosy cottage retreat to return to after a busy day of sightseeing, and the rear garden has a seating area ideal for dining alfresco.
Walkers and nature lovers will struggle to find a more suitably-located holiday cottage for indulging their passion, and despite the away-from-it-all location, the village of Llanbedr is only a 15-minute walk away.
The Victoria Inn pub is a great asset and serves meals all day, with the River Artro flowing beside it.
For days out, explore the beautiful surrounding coastline, or discover the magnificent Snowdonia National Park.
A lovely Llanbedr cottage, perfect for a restful break.
About the location
Harlech 3 miles; Barmouth 8 miles.
The pretty village of Llanbedr quietly nestles in ancient woodland between The Rhinogs, part of the Snowdonia Mountains, and the stunning golden beaches of the North Wales coastline. Situated next to the beautiful River Artro, and boasting a mild climate due to its unusual positioning behind the high dunes of a nature reserve, this charming village has an exciting array of wildlife and birds, handy local shops, bike hire and mountain walks on your doorstep, as well as two excellent pubs. The small town of Harlech is just 3 miles away and boasts the World Heritage Site of Harlech Castle, a majestic 13th century stronghold, the most impressive of all those built in North Wales by Edward I. Popular with golfers due to its famous Royal St. David's course, Harlech also boasts an excellent variety of amenities including some good quality restaurants and the most magnificent six-mile long sandy beach, perfect for wonderful walks and family fun. Nearby Barmouth offers the amazing Panorama Walk along the beautiful Mawddach Estuary, providing breathtaking vistas, which were described by John Ruskin as “the most sublime view in Europe” and also a harbour from which you can catch a ferry to Fairbourne for a ride on the miniature railway, or a boat trip out to sea to try mackerel fishing. With the delights of Snowdonia National Park and beautiful Cardigan Bay to discover, this is a fantastic holiday location at any time of the year.