Perched in the charming village of Llanberis in Gwynedd, is this fantastic, reverse-level house, Maesteg.
Boasting a fabulous location next to the scenic Coed y Brenin Forest Park and easy access to the renowned Snowdonia National Park, Maesteg is a superb dwelling for a group or family of eight, plus their four-legged companions to explore this beautiful area of North Wales.
Arriving at the property, you will be greeted by a large private driveway with space for two cars and a neat, enclosed garden with lovely picnic bench where you can savour your morning coffee.
Step into the property, where on the ground-floor there are five well-presented bedrooms to choose from at the end of the evening, a kIng-size room with en-suite shower room, a kingsize room, one double, a single with en-suite shower room and a single, each with plenty of storage for your belongings and ensuring flexible sleeping arrangements for all parties.
There is also a bathroom where you can indulge in blissful bubble baths or refreshing showers after a day of exploring.
Completing the ground-floor is a handy boot room for storing any walking or swimming equipment and a garage/utility with additional freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer and toys and games kindly provided by the owner.
Climb the stairs to the first floor, where you will find the well-equipped kitchen for rustling up an array of culinary delights with the help of the range cooker with gas hobs, fridge/freezer and microwave, ready to be enjoyed at the dining table for eight over a glass of wine.
After a satisfying meal, continue the evening out on the patio balcony to enjoy the evening sunlight or pop downstairs to the well maintained garden to allow your canine companions to stretch their legs, or retire to the generous corner sofa for a night in front of your favourite film on the TV, as the woodburning stove crackles nearby.
Take advantage of your amazing location and explore Llanberis, where you can delve into history at the National Slate Museum settled in the World Heritage Site of the Dinorwig Quarry and the fascinating 13th-century ruins of Dolbadarn Castle, take to the waters of the expansive Llyn Padarn with an excellent selection of watersports on offer including kayaking, canoeing and paddleboarding, or simply sit back and relax as you soak up the views with a ride on the Llanberis Lake Railway.
Walkers and climbers alike will delight at the selection of walking and climbing opportunities available, including the famous Mount Snowdon which can be accessed via a selection of walking trails, or if you came for the views but don’t fancy the hike, hop aboard the Snowdon Mountain Railway which will take you along a scenic route where you will pass waterfalls and the beautiful ruins of a church before reaching the summit.
Take the short drive to the historic town of Caernarfon, home to the World Heritage 13th-century Caernarfon Castle which houses exhibits and a museum, as well as offering stunning views over the Menai Strait.
A wonderful getaway any time of the year, choose Maesteg.