Bala 7.7 miles.
This traditional farmhouse-style barn conversion is set in the grounds of the owner's home in a tranquil, rural location around 7 miles from Bala.
The cottage is an ideal base for families and friends looking to explore the stunning scenery in this part of North Wales.
With an upside down layout, the main living accommodation takes advantage of the views which you will find yourself gazing at for many hours.
There is a well-equipped kitchen, with extra facilities available in the external utility, and this leads through to the sitting room which has a dining area.
Here you can open the French doors and sit out on the rear terraced area and enjoy the peace and quiet.
Downstairs are two bedrooms, a compact double and a spacious family room with a double and a single bed.
The family room has feature beams and both rooms have fantastic countryside views to the surrounding hills.
Completing the accommodation is a ground floor shower room and a first floor cloakroom.
Outside to the front of the property is a second more secluded terrace where you can enjoy a morning cup of tea.
This area is a haven for walkers and watersports enthusiasts.
Nearby Bala has a variety of activities available on Bala Lake including sailing and the National Whitewater Centre offers something a bit more adventurous.
For walkers the Aran Ridge will reward you with breathtaking, far-reaching views and there are many other trails available.
This cottage is a fantastic cottage for a break away to recharge your batteries.
Two bedrooms: 1 x ground floor double, 1 x ground floor family room with 1 double and 1 single. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. First floor basin and WC. First floor kitchen. First floor sitting room with dining area and electric stove. External utility.
About the location
Corwen 11 miles; Dolgellau 18 miles; Llangollen 22 miles; Betws-y-Coed 29 miles.
The bustling market town of Bala lies within the beautiful Snowdonia National Park and is located at the head of Llyn Tegid, Bala’s famous lake, which is the largest natural lake in Wales and home to a unique fish called the Gwyniad, a relic of the Ice Age. Renowned as a centre for great watersports including fishing, sailing, canoeing, windsurfing and whitewater rafting, Bala is also the headquarters of the narrow gauge Bala Lake Railway. The town itself is steeped in history and has a range of interesting shops, inns and restaurants, and an historical Town Walk. Surrounded by the wonderful Berwyn Mountains on one side and the beautiful Snowdonia Mountain Range on the other, this is a mecca for climbing, walking, mountain biking and many other outdoor activities. An ideal location for touring all of North and Mid Wales including the stunning Cambrian Bay Coast with the six-mile long Harlech Beach, overlooked by its majestic medieval castle. A truly wonderful part of Wales catering for all interests.