Price: £300 - £590
Type: Farm Stay, Featured Holiday Cottages, Near Pub, Pet Friendly
Cwm-Cloch is a beautiful one bedroom holiday cottage with mountain views on the outskirts of Beddgelert in the Snowdonia National Park. This old barn, hidden away in a remote valley, offers the perfect tranquil base for guests wanting to explore this magnificently rugged landscape.
..high vaulted ceiling..
A solid oak front door opens up onto a spacious well appointed lounge complete with leather sofa and digital flat screen TV. The adjoining kitchen diner benefits from some large french doors looking out onto the wonderful scenery that surrounds the barn. A small but well-equipped kitchen houses a modern electric oven and hob as well as a useful washing machine.
Back through into the lounge we can climb up the stairs into the first floor bedroom. Some tasteful fixtures and fittings complement a lovely double bed sitting under a high vaulted ceiling. Simple elegant bedroom furniture provides plenty of storage.
From the bedroom we enter a generously large bathroom. A spacious shower cubicle with powerful electric shower is a welcome relief after a long day up in the mountains. Guests probably wont use the original external stone staircase that leads up to this bathroom. But if you do decide to unlock the door this loo must have one of the best views in Wales. (I’m not sure if there’s a ‘loo with a view’ award unfortunately.)
Pets Yes (£25 supplement)
Bed Linen Provided
Cot and High Chair Sorry, no infants
The best thing about this cottage, as beautiful as it is on the inside, is of course the location. Based on a small working hill farm, this converted barn will be a huge favourite with any guests that have a love of the great outdoors. Walkers can set off right from the front door with numerous walking routes in every direction. Cyclists are also spoilt for choice. Nearby bridleways include the newly established Lon Gwyrfai which links the villages of Beddgelert and Rhyd Ddu.
Whilst being remote the cottage is only about a mile outside the popular village of Beddgelert. The village often acts as a hub for walkers wanting to explore the higher peaks of the National Park. And the village, despite its size, can boast numerous friendly bubs and tearooms, small grocery store and the famous Glaslyn Ice cream parlour. Many visitors will also stroll along the beautiful Glaslyn River or jump on the delightful narrow gauge steam railway which will ferry guests north, up past Cwm-Cloch itself to Rhud Ddu and the larger castle town of Caernarfon or south, down to the harbour town of Porthmadog.
Other tourist attractions nearby include the Sygun Copper Mines and the very popular Glaslyn Osprey Project where a pair of this rare bird has been breading successfully for a number of years now. There are also, naturally, lots of opportunities to enjoy all the adventure sports that Snowdonia is famous for including fishing, canoeing and mountain climbing.
Prices and Availability
Prices and Availability
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