A lovely detached lodge, boasting an elevated situation within the Aberdunant Woodlands Holiday Park in the heart of Snowdonia.
Nestled in over 200 acres of mature woodland, this accommodation provides the perfect place for families with young children to get away from the hustle and bustle or a couple seeking quality time together.
Simply relax and enjoy the nature trails, bird life and woodland walks all around you.
This lodge is ultra-modern and provides a homely open-plan living room boasting comfortable seating and lovely dining area.
Patio doors lead out to a decked balcony, offering wonderful views of the surrounding woodland.
The kitchen is well-equipped with integrated appliances and caters for all your needs.
The two bedrooms are fresh and cosy with crisp linen, plenty of storage and fluffy towels.
A modern, family shower room completes the interior.
Aberdunant Woodlands Park is situated on the fringes of Snowdonia National Park and is rife with natural beauty and wildlife to spot.
The holiday park also offers a club/restaurant and a children's play area to keep the little ones busy.
This area is packed with beautiful locations well worth a visit.
The harbour towns of Porthmadog and Criccieth are both popular tourist destinations, with lots to see and do.
Beddgelert is a delightful village with a good selection of shops, pubs and cafes alongside the river.
Be sure to visit the famous grave of Gelert, the faithful hound of the medieval Welsh Prince Llewelyn the Great, which is the centrepiece of the village.
This well-presented lodge, offers a beautiful location and quality base to enjoy anytime of the year.
About the location
Porthmadog 4 miles.
The small village of Prenteg stands at the foot of the Moel Ddu Mountain, close to Tremadog Bay, and is surrounded by the beautiful Snowdonia National Park. Historically a slate and copper mining community, the village is today renowned for the regular sightings of Wales' only nesting Osprey. Just 4 miles away, aside the Glaslyn Estuary, the bustling harbour town of Pothmadog is alive with an exciting marina and an array of individual shops and restaurants, whilst being home to the historic Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Heritage Railway. The picturesque cliffs and coves and enormous Black Rock Beach makes for an idyllic day out, whilst the fabulous Italianate village of Portmeirion is a must. With the medieval castles at nearby Criccieth, Harlech and Caernarfon and a host of excellent walking and cycling opportunities within easy reach, this is an ideal location for enjoying all that Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsula have to offer. Several beautiful sandy beaches can be found within a 10-20 minute drive. Harlech beach where the golden sands are 4 miles long, backed by a fantastic dune system and one of North Wales’ best golf courses (Royal St David’s), Borth-y-Gest, a hidden gem, Shell Island, Black Rock Sands, and we can’t forget Porthdinllaen, where a walk around the picturesque peninsula takes you to the Ty Coch Inn on the beach, rated one of the top 10 best beach bars in the world. There is an abundance of great beaches on the Llyn Peninsula including Porth Oer Beach, known as Whistling Sands due to the way the sand “squeaks” under your feet which is also a great spot for surfing/body boarding and a great beach café.