A fresh, tasteful semi-detached cottage in the pretty village of Groeslon in North Wales.
Couples wanting to come together and enjoy a relaxing break in a beautiful spot should stay at Penfforddelen Farm, it really is a delightful place.
The sitting room, under a sloping room with exposed wooden beams, is a comfy and cosy room with leather seats, a TV and an electric stove to make them cold nights warming and relaxed.
The kitchen diner has all of the equipment that you need with stylish fixtures and fittings and contemporary dining furniture to add some class to this barn conversion.
Penfforddelen Farm comes with two divine bedrooms, combining the traditional and modern in an attractive way, they are well-presented boasting both elegant spotlights and vintage furniture, adding great character to the place.
The inside of this cottage is complete with a pleasant family shower room.
The beauty of this property doesn't stop at the doors as the outdoor space is simply stunning.
There are two different patio areas to choose from, one overlooking the countryside to the back of the house and the other with spectacular views over the Irish Sea, the perfect spot to sit with a cold drink and take it all in.
The village is a lovely walk away, offering a traditional Welsh 'Tafarn' and a slate works with a café, it is the perfect base for exploring the area.
Nearby there is seemingly endless things to do with seaside towns, historical towns and the Snowdonia National Park all within easy reach, there is something for everybody.
Penfforddelen Farm is a terrific cottage in a beautiful rural location.
About the location
Caernarfon 5 miles; Anglesey
A pretty Welsh village just outside of the majestic Snowdonia National Park. Groeslon is the ideal base for exploring all of what North Wales has to offer. The village itself offers the traditional Penionyn Tafarn pub serving food, the ideal spot to sit and relax after a day of activities. There is also the Indigo Jones Slateworks, a slate business dating back to the 1860's which has a delightful café and is dog friendly. There is seemingly endless places to see and things to do around Groeslon with the historic town of Caernarfon just a short drive away, and the amazing Isle of Anglesey just slightly further, a place you must visit whilst in North Wales. There is also an abundance of seaside resorts nearby if that's your thing, with Dinas Dinlle, Pwllheli and Porthmadog all within easy reach. Of course the Snowdonia National Park cannot be missed, with an enormous range of scenery, walking and wildlife to enjoy.