Penrhyndeudraeth 2.7 miles.
This delightful mid-terrace cottage, boasting charm and character, is situated just outside the hamlet of Llanfrothen.
It is close to the village of Penrhyndeudraeth and is midway between Beddgelert and Porthmadog on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park.
Formerly a greengrocer and stables, this traditional stone cottage, dating back to 1880 has been lovingly converted to provide a delightful holiday base.
The sitting room with exposed beams at this cottage is warm and welcoming and benefits from a woodburning stove, which you can sit and relax in front of after an energetic day exploring one of the many nearby walking trails.
Step into the fitted kitchen and you will find all you need to rustle up some lovely home-cooked meals, and then sit and enjoy each other’s company into the evening.
Stairs from the hall lead up to two stylish, well-appointed bedrooms, and there is also a family bathroom at this cottage.
There is a small, rear sheltered patio, set against a rock face, and the front, the delightful sunny patio area is an ideal place to enjoy a refreshing drink whilst occasionally being able to catch the sound of the steam trains on the nearby line.
Many happy hours can be spent at this pretty cottage, plus a short drive away are many beautiful sandy beaches and stunning coastal paths that lead to secluded coves, and your holiday isn't complete without exploring the wonderful Snowdonia National Park.
A perfect cottage for families and friends to enjoy, at any time of year.
About the location
Portmeirion 2 miles; Porthmadog 3 miles; Beddgelert 7.7 miles.
The large village of Penrhyndeudraeth 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 sandy beaches and 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". 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.