Cefn Werthyd Farmhouse enjoys a soothing countryside location and sits within the North Wales village of Bontnewydd.
With a wealth of fascinating and attractive towns, breath-taking countryside and thrilling activities on the doorstep, bring your friends or family together for a fun-packed North Wales break away.
This welcoming getaway offers a choice of cosy relaxing spots throughout the interior, made up of two snug sitting rooms with TVs and fires, as well as a more peaceful conservatory with two armchairs, perfect for reading a book while taking in the scenery.
The kitchen/diner is complete to a slick, modern standard as it benefits from a range of high-quality amenities, it also features a stunning Rayburn cooker and a social dining table to seat the whole group.
Cefn Werthyd Farmhouse plays host to four delightfully decorated bedrooms; the selection of arrangements makes this the perfect stay for families.
The four bedrooms share access to a beautifully furnished bathroom; this immaculate set up provides the choice of a walk-in shower cubicle and a bath, matched attractively with Art Deco tiles.
The centre of Bontnewydd is just a short stroll away; the village comes with a handy shop, a fish and chip shop and a pub serving tasty food, it's an excellent base for exploring North Wales.
There is much to see and do in the area, with the idyllic Snowdonia National Park close by and abounding in walking and cycling country, as well as a wealth of activities.
Cefn Werthyd Farmhouse is situated near to the scenic Lon Eifion cycleway.
A journey on the Welsh Highland Railway is highly recommended for superb views of Snowdonia.
Popular towns and cities within easy reach include Caernarfon, Llanberis and Bangor which all promise a memorable visit.
Bring your loved ones along to Cefn Werthyd Farmhouse for a North Wales holiday packed with fun and adventure.
About the location
Caernarfon 2 miles; Llanberis 8.5 miles; Bangor 11 miles
Bontnewydd is a village sitting just outside of Caernarfon in North Wales, it sits at the confluence of the Rivers Beuno and Gwyrfair. The village offers a couple of shops, a fish and chip shop and a friendly pub serving food. The royal town of Caernarfon is just two miles away, dominated by a stunning castle, a wealth of charming buildings and many amenities. As well as miles of idyllic coastline at your doorstep, the renowned Snowdonia National Park is also within easy reach, boasting dominating mountains with breath-taking walking and cycling country to explore, as well as activities such as Bounce Below and Zip World for the thrill-seekers. The picturesque village of Llanberis is easy to reach and offers much to the visitor including the National Slate Museum, Llanberis Lake Railway, Castell Dolbadarn and more. Also worth a visit is the city of Bangor, while the Isle of Anglesey, slightly further afield, plays host to a wealth of unspoilt countryside, heritage and much to see and do.