This charming, 19th century, stone-built, detached cottage is set in the village of Llangynog and is surrounded by the beautiful Berwyn Mountains.
This lovely Llangynog cottage provides spacious, light and airy accommodation with a wealth of character, making it perfect for a family holiday in this lovely part of Wales.
This Llangynog cottage has many original features still in place, including beams, trusses and an attractive stone fireplace with a multi-fuel stove, helping to provide a cosy feel throughout.
This Llangynog holiday cottage offers well-equipped, open plan accommodation with three bedrooms, one with en-suite, and one mezzanine bedroom overlooking the living area.
The sunny, south-facing conservatory has mountain views and the lovely courtyard is perfect for relaxing and appreciating the stunning mountain scenery that surrounds you.
From your Llangynog cottage you can enjoy wonderful walking and mountain biking within the magnificent Tanat Valley and the surrounding mountains and hills, or travel a few miles to lakes Bala and Vyrnwy.
The Snowdonia National Park is within easy reach as are the stunning sandy beaches of Cardigan Bay and NT castles and gardens throughout Mid Wales and Shropshire.
This lovely Llangynog cottage is perfect for a family holiday all year round.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double (zip/link, can be twin on request), 1 x ground floor double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x mezzanine twin. Ground floor bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area with electric log-effect stove and sitting area with stone fireplace with multi-fuel stove. Conservatory (seats 4).
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About the location
Bala 13 miles.
The pleasant village of Llangynog lies in breathtaking countryside amidst the beautiful Berwyn Mountains and surrounding wooded hills and valleys. The area has a history of lead, silver and slate mining dating back to the 17th Century but today it is a renowned location for climbing, birdwatching, walking and cycling, with famous mountain bike trails near Dolgellau, and a mountain bike centre at Llandegla. The village boasts two pubs, both of which serve good food and are perfect to relax in after an exciting day out. Enjoy Lake Bala, a wonderful beauty spot, with excellent fishing, a variety of water sports including white water rafting and a lakeside steam railway, or visit Lake Vyrnwy, which has a RSPB centre, bike hire and a sculpture park. Also within easy reach is Llanrhaeadr Waterfall, the tallest single drop waterfall in England and Wales. This is a beautiful part of the country and is perfect for touring the rest of North and Mid Wales and even Shropshire.