This superb, stone-built, Grade II listed detached cottage overlooks the Moelwyn Mountains and is next to the owners' home, situated in centre of the village of Maentwrog, in the Snowdonia National Park.
Situated close to some stunning walks and truly amazing scenery this character property is ideal for a family.
Being the oldest property in the village, this property boasts character features, such as exposed beams and slate floors.
You park your car at the front of the property and then enter directly into the cosy and quality sitting room.
This room just invites you in and once you light the woodburner, which is set into an inglenook fireplace you won’t want to leave this comfy space, especially on a chilly day.
To the right of the sitting room is a modern kitchen with a Rangemaster cooker and a dining area that seats six.
Only accessed via the sitting room is a separate snug, where peace and quiet is assured and a place in which you can relax with a good book.
Up on the first floor are three delightful bedrooms, where a good night’s sleep is assured.
The single bedroom has a decorative fireplace, whilst one the double rooms has county views and the other has a lovely bistro table and chairs, which is an ideal setting to relax with a morning coffee or breakfast before venturing out for the day.
Completing the accommodation is a beautiful bathroom with a free-standing bath and a separate shower.
On a sunny day, the raised, wrap-around decked area just beckons you outside, which is just the spot to unwind with a cold drink whilst the sun sets on another day within this wonderful part of North Wales.
Located on the edge of the Lleyn Peninsula, this cottage certainly has kerb appeal.
Wander from the cottage to the Grapes Hotel for a lovely lunch or evening meal, or head out to explore some of the beautiful walks on offer in and around Maentwrog.
There are so many attractions and things to do within a short drive including The Italianate Village of Portmerion, steam trains galore or shopping on the High St in Porthmadog.
Just a ten minute drive takes you to the fabulous historic town of Harlech, with its spectacular castle and vast expanse of golden beach, as well as quirky shops.
Drive 15 minutes in the other direction and you will be on the High St in Porthmadog where you can hop on the Welsh Highland Railway across to Beddgelert, Caernarfon, Blaenau Ffestiniog - wherever takes your fancy!
A little further again takes you to the picturesque village of Llanbedr, (you must visit the Victoria Pub), and Shell Island.
For a different day out, you might even fancy heading over to Barmouth for the day where you might catch the donkeys on the beach or take a spin on the waltzers, and visit to The Last Inn for a pint too.
A luxury Snowdonia holiday home that’s sure to provide you with a holiday to remember.
Note: This cottage can be booked with Ref. 2191, together they sleep 8.