Portmeirion 5 miles.
This beautiful single storey barn conversion boasts panoramic views towards the coast of Porthmadog and the Lleyn Peninsula.
The perfect blend of old and new, this retreat is located on the outskirts of Llanfrothen; ideal for couples or families to visit.
The open plan sitting room is elevated by exposed beams, and a log burner which creates a cosy atmosphere for relaxing come night time.
Stone walls and traditional accessories form a homely yet enchanting aura.
A nearby dining area is tied together with church pews, so you have enough space for all the family to gather round.
The kitchen is well equipped, with all amenities neatly placed, and wooden cupboards bring a lovely touch of character.
A cloakroom room lies nearby for your convenience.
Wander round to the fitted bathroom pieced with white furnishings and uniquely arranged.
This is ideal for getting ready in the morning or relaxing in the evening.
Close by, a king-size bedroom contains soft bedding, a pretty dressing table and a large wardrobe.
This makes a refreshing place to fall asleep, and wake up feeling restored.
A twin bedroom promises a peaceful night, laced with neutral colours that reflect calmness and serenity.
Resting on a working farm and nestling at the foot of Moelwyn Bach and Moelwyn Mawr, breath-taking views of the sea and mountains are perfect for walkers.
Cnicht and Snowdon can be seen through the patio doors.
Why not take a stroll through the nearby forests and fields or walk into Llanfrothen village with its cosy shop and pub.
Further afield, Penrhyndeudraeth is home to railway links, shops and services.
This rural location is everything you need for a memorable adventure.
About the location
Portmeirion 2 miles; Porthmadog 3 miles; Beddgelert 7.7 miles.
The large village of Penrhyndeudraeth is just 3 miles from this property and boasts a selection of shops, pubs, a fish and chip shop, Post Office and a railway station which takes you along the Ffestiniog Railway. Just two miles away is the celebrated unique Italianate village of Portmeirion, which was the location of the TV show The Prisoner, and is surrounded by captivating woodlands. The harbour town of Porthmadog is a little further along, where you can journey along the Ffestiniog Railway to the slate town of Blaenau Ffestiniog, "the town that roofed the world" or take the Welsh Highland Railway to Caernarfon via Beddgelert. To the north is the pretty village of Beddgelert, which is set around the Afon Glaslyn River and offers craft shops, pubs, tea rooms, restaurants, and an enchanting riverside walk, and it’s also located in the stunning Snowdonia National Park, from where you can spend hours admiring the beautiful scenery on foot or by bike. Penrhyndeudraeth is an ideal base for exploring the Llyn Peninsula, Snowdonia National Park and many other places in North Wales; such as Coed-y-Brenin, near Dolgellau where the facilities include woodland paths open to walkers and bikers together with a popular cafe.