This delightful double-fronted, end of terrace cottage enjoys a slightly elevated situation in the village of Talysarn, in the slate quarrying and stunningly scenic Nantlle Valley, just on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park.
This lovely cottage will suit a couple, friends or family, keen walkers, cyclists, mountain bikers and outdoor enthusiasts and provides the perfect base for exploring the wild and rugged landscapes and stunning scenery of North Wales.
Tastefully furnished throughout with lovely soft furnishings and fresh décor which all help to create a wonderful relaxing ambience and welcoming atmosphere from the moment you arrive.
The sitting room is spacious with a comfy sofa and two reclining leather chairs, ideal after a busy day out and about, what better way to end an evening with your feet up in front of the wonderful woodburning stove.
A dining area provides somewhere for all the family to sit together and enjoy a meal and the kitchen is well-appointed and fully equipped to cater for all your needs.
Upstairs are two stylish bedrooms, both enjoying views extending towards open countryside and hillside scenery and the main bedroom boasts high ceilings, enhancing the feeling of space, a king-size bed and a walk in dressing room which is sure to delight.
A modern bathroom completes this delightful cottage.
Outside to the front of the cottage is seating where you can sit and relax, with a glass of something on those balmy summer evenings and enjoy the scenery and sunsets.
Dorothea Quarry where there are some wonderful walks and hidden lakes deep within, is in walking distance whilst the stunningly beautiful Llyn Nantlle Uchaf and Nantlle Valley are easily accessible too.
The local Pant Du Vineyard and Orchard is less than a mile away and well worth a visit, a great place for a spot of lunch and you can even pick up a couple of bottles of Welsh wine to enjoy later.
The beautiful Dinas Dinlle Blue Flag beach, offering a sloping shoreline, sand dunes and rock pools is just five miles away, and the historic, medieval walled town of Caernarfon, dominated by its majestic mediaeval castle and boasting an array of shops and restaurants, is only nine miles away.
Alternatively, Llanberis, the starting points for many routes up Mount Snowdon, is also within easy reach, making sure you will be spoilt for choice for great days out.
With the rugged beauty of Wales’s lush green hills, rocky peaks and sandy shores just waiting to be discovered, this sweet cottage provides relaxing holiday accommodation and offers a great base for a break away at any time of the year.