A lovely stone-built, end-terrace cottage situated in the Welsh village of Tanygrisiau, just over a mile from the popular town of Blaenau Ffestiniog on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park.
Renovated to a good standard and set near stunning scenery and lakeside walks, this charming Tanygrisiau cottage provides welcoming accommodation and boasts an open plan living area with a well-equipped kitchen and a snug beamed sitting area with a woodburner.
Two cosy bedrooms, one of which is suitable for a child, plus a shower room complete the accommodation at this Tanygrisiau cottage.
An abundance of pretty walks, cycle routes and mountain bike tracks are available from the doorstep of this cottage in Tanygrisiau, whilst the Ffestiniog steam railway runs above the back of the terraced garden and stops within a 10-minute walk.
There are fantastic climbing and kayaking opportunities nearby, together with a choice of golf courses along the Cardigan Bay coastline, just 30 minutes' drive away.
A delightful North Wales cottage for a romantic getaway, whatever the time of year.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double (accessed from one side only), 1 x child's single (suitable for age 2-17 years). Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburner.
About the location
Blaenau Ffestiniog 1.1 miles; Porthmadog 8 miles; Betws-y-Coed 15 miles; Beddgelert 16 miles.
Tanygrisiau, meaning "below the steps", refers to the stepped cliffs above this traditional Welsh village. The Moelwyn mountains protect the village from much of the wind from northerly gales in the winter, and give the village a pleasant southerly aspect with relatively mild weather considering its location high in Snowdon. The village stands amongst some dramatic scenery, and Tanygrisiau is a good starting point for many walks, especially if your intention is to climb Moelwyn itself. Tanygrisiau was famous for its slate mining, producing a high quality black slate that was used across the world. Tanygrisiau railway station is on the famous Ffestiniog Railway, a narrow gauge railway built to carry slate from the mines down to the sea at Porthmadog; today it is a renowned tourist attraction providing stunning views on its trip to the coast. Only 1.1 miles away is Blaenau Ffestiniog, once the capital of slate quarrying and in the 18th century known as the "City of Slate". The town stands in an elevated, natural bowl amidst this mountainous region, has a good variety of shops and pubs, but is best known for its tourist attractions. One of the old quarries is now the renowned Llechwedd Slate Cavern. The famous narrow gauge Ffestiniog Railway provides wonderful trips through spectacular countryside. Enjoy superb walks and bike trails at Coed-y-Brenin, one of the best mountain bike centres in Britain, as well as good climbing at the Plas y Brenin National Mountain Centre, wonderful sandy beaches, or great fishing or golf. Visit delightful Betws-y-Coed, the Italianate Village at Portmeirion, or Bala, with its renowned white-water rafting opportunities.