An excellent detached log cabin situated next to a stream near to the North Wales village of Llanwnda, just four miles from Caernarfon.
Situated on a small development of residential lodges, this cottage near Caernarfon is a delightful retreat for couples and small families who wish to discover this part of North Wales.
Set all on the ground floor, the cosy double bedroom ensures a good night’s sleep, while a second bedroom with twin beds can be found by going out of the cottage and through an external door, providing a wonderful hideaway for older children.
The living accommodation at this log cabin in North Wales is open plan with a well-equipped kitchen and a sitting area with a fabulous woodburning stove, ideal for those chilly evenings after a day spent exploring the local attractions.
The large conservatory is a superb sun trap where you can relax with a good book, or, venture into the beautiful garden where you will find a covered seating area, split-level patios, and a babbling stream, a superb spot for a quiet evening drink after a day on the beach.
Within a couple of miles of this North Wales cottage are long sandy beaches at Dinas Dinlle, a selection of charming villages, and Caernarfon Airfield.
The historic harbour town of Caernarfon boasts a wide selection of independent and high street shops, bars, cafés and restaurants.
The town is dominated by the majestic medieval castle which overlooks the harbour, and also home to the Welsh Highland Railway which runs to Porthmadog.
Spend a day in the Snowdonia National Park, or visit the famous Italianate village of Portmeirion.
This wonderfully peaceful log cabin near Caernarfon makes a superb touring base, all year round.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin accessed externally with no internal door from inside the property. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove. Conservatory. External utility.
About the location
Llanberis 8 miles; Bangor 9 miles.
Caernarfon (county town of Gwynedd) has much historic and cultural importance in North Wales. It is a popular tourist spot with its impressive 13th Century castle, well preserved town walls and delightful water front. During the season there are guided tours of the castle and special events including historic pageants. There is also a station for the Welsh Highland Railway, which passes through dramatic scenery, the village of Beddgelert and onto Porthmadog. Fishing trips are available from the harbour and another attraction within walking distance of the town centre is Segontium, a Roman fort and museum, housing many important finds. Caernarfon offers a wide selection of shops and places to eat and is close to the lovely beaches of the Isle of Anglesey and the Lleyn Peninsula as well as the mountains and rivers of Snowdonia, including the renowned mountaineering town of Llanberis at the foot of Mount Snowdon.
Note: This property is not suitable for infants.