Llanwrst 4 miles.
A charming, terraced cottage in a country location surrounded by farmland, just four miles from the market town of Llanrwst in the heart of Snowdonia, North Wales.
Summer Cottage provides fantastic holiday accommodation in a rural location and is an ideal base surrounded by stunning countryside which will appeal to all guests, from families with young children, to nature lovers, walkers, and birdwatchers.
Although Summer Cottage is arranged over two floors, the living accommodation, a bedroom and the shower room have been well thought out here and are arranged all on one level, so its great for those who perhaps would otherwise struggle with stairs.
The cottage is well-appointed and nicely styled throughout, and boasts a lovely sitting area with high ceiling, enhancing the feeling of space here, a well-equipped kitchen and a comfortable dining area with foldaway table and chairs; offering you every opportunity to relax after an energetic day on one of the many surrounding walks.
Three bedrooms in total, one spacious double on the ground floor with two twins upstairs, plus a stylish bathroom with walk-in double shower, provide you with all you need for a superb holiday.
Outside your holiday cottage there is parking for 3 cars and a delightful paved patio, offering a superb place to sit, relax and dine alfresco late into a summer evening.
For a little more privacy, there is an elevated and enclosed courtyard, accessed via a sloping path, which provides a safe place for children to play and with the addition of extra outdoor seating, the grown ups can enjoy it too, with breathtaking views of Snowdonia!
With numerous doorstep walks and cycle routes close by, this holiday home in North Wales is ideally located for enjoying superb walking, cycling and other outdoor activities, also there is no light pollution so this is ideal when viewing the night sky.
Llanrwst is well worth a visit and offers many pubs, restaurants and pleasant river walks.
North Wales coastal path at Conway and Marin Trial at Gwydir are also close by.
While the sandy beaches of the North Wales coast, and Conwy with its castle and harbour, are just a short drive away.
Snowdon has much to offer, with a surfing experience, bounce below and the longest zip line in Europe.
A lovely cottage, which can be enjoyed any time of the year.