Aberdovey 8 miles.
This detached cottage, formerly a village/church hall, is situated in the charming village of Llanegryn.
Renovated to a pleasant standard with a bunch of character, this retreat is ideal for couples to enjoy a romantic break, or friends anticipating a cosy getaway.
Wander into the open plan living area overlooked by high ceiling beams and accessorized with warm features.
You can relax on the lovely sofa's in front of the wood burner come night time or simply rest at the dining table with your favourite meals.
For a slight twist, a king-size bed lies to the other side of the layout, so you can sleep peacefully amongst all of the intriguing décor.
Just off from this, a shower room will leave you feeling refreshed after an adventure filled afternoon, with all the essentials you may need.
A kitchen rests further round, light and airy, with contemporary fittings.
Here you can prepare those home cooked meals at ease throughout the day.
The small breakfast table is perfect for relaxing in the morning time with a nice cup of tea.
Lastly, a double bedroom is complete with pretty bedding and storage space, adjoined to a classic en-suite shower room.
When the sun is shining, why not make the most of the pretty garden to be at one with the scenery.
The village of Llanegryn lies in the beautiful Dysynni Valley, in the south of the Snowdonia National Park, close to all of the delights of Tywyn with its sandy beach, and Aberdovey with its boat trips.
There is much to see in and around the area to suit all tastes.
About the location
Tywyn 4 miles; Aberdovey 8 miles.
Llanegryn is a small, quiet village located in the beautiful Dysynni Valley, in the south of the Snowdonia National Park. Llanegryn is only 4 miles from the bustling coastal town of Tywyn, home of the wonderful Talyllyn Narrow Gauge Steam Railway, whose 7 mile track travels along one of the most majestic settings in the UK, including the stunning Talyllyn Lake which lies at the foot of Mount Cader Idris (2899’). Tywyn’s long sandy beach is a favourite for families and is very popular for water sports, especially surfing. A further 4 miles away is the charming seaside village of Aberdovey with its quiet streets and squares of houses behind its busy seafront; the wide beach is renowned for sailing, sailboarding, fishing, boat trips and an excellent 18 hole championship golf course.