A stone-built, semi-detached Victorian cottage, in an enviable setting in the centre of Llangynog village, just a short walk from the two village pubs and half a mile from the Llangynog down hill mountain biking centre.
This Llangynog cottage has been renovated to provide open plan living accommodation, with an impressive stone inglenook fireplace and two attractive bedrooms, all creating a cosy atmosphere throughout.
This Llangynog holiday cottage is perfect for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits such as mountain biking or walking in the beautiful Berwyn Mountains, or bird watching.
At the end of an exciting day, why not wander down to either of the village pubs?
History lovers are well catered for, with the Roman city of Chester with its zoo, or the black and white buildings of Shrewsbury.
Or, head to one of the many NT properties in the area.
This Llangynog cottage makes an ideal year-round base for families or couples to enjoy.
Note: This property is next door to Ref. 25417 and 5 mins walk from Ref. 25038, together they sleep 12.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with corner bath, shower over, basin, bidet and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
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. Llangynog boasts two pubs, both of which serve good food and are perfect to relax in after an exciting day out, plus on the outskirts of the village is a down hill mountain bike centre. There is also an off road motorbike experience, which is set on a 1500 acre site further up the valley which needs to be booked in advance. 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 an 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.