Penmachno 0.5 miles.
A former slate miner’s semi-detached cottage, set on the hillside, half a mile above Penmachno in the beautiful Machno Valley in the heart of Snowdonia.
Sympathetically renovated by the current owner, with stylish touches and a blend of modern fixtures and antique furnishings, this charming cottage is nestled in a quiet, rural hamlet with garden views across the valley.
Entering into a welcoming, open plan sitting area with an inglenook fireplace housing a warming woodburning stove, you’ll want to settle down on the comfy sofa straight away.
The kitchen has been carefully planned to offer all you should need for a memorable stay, with an intimate dining area ideal for a family meal or perhaps a romantic dinner for two.
Upstairs are two well-presented bedrooms, with a double bedroom to the front offering far-reaching views and a cosy twin room, ideal for children to the rear of the cottage.
A modern ground floor shower room completes the accommodation.
Outside, there is off road parking to the rear of the cottage along with bike storage, with a sunny patio area and seating at the front, where you can sit and unwind with a good book or the morning papers in peace and tranquillity.
Close by, there is an abundance of things to see and do, with the famous Penmachno mountain bike trail across the valley and the Marin trail just a 10-minute drive away.
Also numerous doorstep pathways lead to unspoilt countryside, plus there’s easy access to the peaks of Snowdonia, and the sandy beaches of Cardigan Bay are just a short drive away.
Ideal for a family holiday or cosy, romantic break, this cottage offers an ideal location in which to explore and appreciate the delights of North Wales.
About the location
Betws-y-Coed 4 miles.
The small, peaceful village of Penmachno is situated in the beautiful Machno Valley, just 4 miles from the popular town of Betws-y-Coed. Surrounded by woodland, magnificent mountains and flowing rivers, the whole area is a haven for walkers, birdwatchers, mountain bikers and climbers, whilst Betws-y-Coed itself offers a good range of shops, pubs and cafes. Here the River Conwy meets its three tributaries, creating a host of cascading waterfalls, river pools and ancient bridges throughout the surrounding countryside, the most famous of which is the magnificent waterfall at Swallow Falls, situated where the River Llugwy meets with a spectacular chasm, creating a sight not to be missed! The beautiful Conwy Falls are also well worth a visit and are situated in the Machno Valley. With all of Snowdonia to explore and North Wales' Heritage Coastlines also within easy reach, this beautiful location has plenty to offer at any time of year.