A well-presented, traditional terraced stone-built cottage in the village of Dinas Mawddwy, which nestles in the south of the Snowdonia National Park.
Cosy and comfortably furnished, this is the perfect base for families and friends looking to enjoy the stunning surrounding scenery and all it has to offer.
The accommodation sits across three floors, with beautiful mountain views, and comprises a compact, well-equipped kitchen overlooking the small courtyard-style garden, where you can sit and plan your activities for the day, a cosy sitting room, a bathroom, two bedrooms and a second floor sitting room with a sofa bed.
The popular village of Dinas Mawddwy has a pub serving locally-sourced meals so after a day exploring, you can relax with the locals and enjoy village life.
Dinas Mawddwy is ideally placed for discovering the stunning mountains of mid Wales; the whole area is criss-crossed with well-marked footpaths that open up the myriad of outdoor activities that the Snowdonia National Park has to offer.
Cader Idris, Mount Snowdon’s lesser-known counterpart, is 10 miles away, and for a more relaxing day, the sandy beaches at Barmouth and Fairbourne are just short drives away.
A lovely cottage, with flexible accommodation, perfectly situated to enjoy the stunning Snowdonia National Park.
Over three floors. Two bedrooms: 1 x second floor double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and electric fire. Second floor sitting room with sofa bed.
About the location
Dolgellau 10 miles; Machynlleth 12 miles; Barmouth 18 miles.
An attractive, single-street village surrounded by beautiful countryside and overlooked by the wonderful Aran Mountains, in the southern part of Snowdonia National Park. There is a pub in the village and a number of others close by and the Meirion Woollen Mill stands on the banks of the River Dovey and is open to visitors. The delightful town of Dolgellau, which nestles beside the foothills of one of the most spectacular mountains in Wales, Cader Idris, is only 10 miles away and its 17th Century bridges, church and variety of pubs and eating houses create a pleasant atmosphere. This whole area is a paradise for walkers, climbers, birdwatchers and bikers amidst all of Snowdonia and the nearby Coed-y-Brenin Forest with its famous mountain bike trails. Discover the Mawddach Estuary, stunning sandy beaches, narrow gauge steam railways, golf, and a huge range of outdoor pursuits. A superb base for both coast and mountains all year round.