Traditional Barn Conversion With Lots of Character Features | Stabal-Derwin
Stabal Derwin is a traditional barn conversion with lots of character features. Two bedrooms, sleeping four, this quirky property is filled with colour mixed with traditional and statement pieces of furniture. With close access to the A487, its location is perfect for exploring the North Wales region.
The main sitting room is so sumptuous, the use of large leather sofas, original floorboards, large bookcases filled with books, traditional rugs, exposed beams and brickwork make it so inviting and special. French doors open out onto the surrounding trees and fields. The log burner finishes off the room and you’ll find it hard to pull yourself away from spending relaxing days in here.
From the sitting room, a corridor takes you through to the bedrooms. A double and twin. As with the sitting room, the bedrooms are full of life and character – wrought iron beds, distressed furniture and the traditional welsh blankets make them all feel really homely. More books so you certainly won’t be stuck for anything to read if you forgot to bring your own! Lots of colour which has been tastefully incorporated makes this property a real change from the more muted tones that tend to be used these days.
The family bathroom is opposite the bedrooms and includes a bath, WC and washbasin – traditional white with splashes of victorian style black tiles dotted around is exactly what you would expect from the way the rest of the house is decorated.
At the end of this traditional barn conversion with lots of character features is the kitchen. Another fab room, it’s a good size and has everything you will need to cater for your group – including an AGA and large Smeg fridge – we love all these touches. Traditional cream units along with a large farm style kitchen table with the obligatory colorful oilcloth make this a lovely room to cook and eat – it will be warm and cosy and cooking on an AGA makes life very easy when you get to grips with them. There is a back door leading out into the garden.
Sleeps 4 + Cot
Pets 2 Max (£30 per pet)
Bed Linen Provided
Cot and High Chair Provided
This traditional barn conversion with lots of character features is situated on a farm and so you have plenty of outside space to roam about. There is a private garden and patio area where you can sit out and enjoy the wonderful scenery around you.
The cottage is just on the edge of the village of Bryncir in North Wales. It is a quiet village but perfectly placed to explore the North Wales area due to its easy access to the A487, giving you access to Caernarfon, Bangor, Llandudno and then South towards Porthmadog, Harlech and Barmouth. There is a small livestock market in the village as well as the all-important pub.
A 10-minute drive from the cottage will take you to the beautiful beaches of Criccieth and a 5-minute drive in the opposite direction will bring you to the rugged mountains of Snowdonia. The famous Portmeirion village is also only a 15-minute drive.
Plenty of cycling to do nearby as Lon Eifion, a green cycleway which takes you all the way up to Caernarfon and beyond to the north of the cottage. It follows a disused railway line and traffic-free so its great for family bike rides if you have little ones in the mix.
If you are looking for adventure, there is plenty to be had with mountain biking, climbing, canyoning, golf, fishing, pony trekking and sailing nearby. The bigger attractions like Zip World, Surf Snowdonia are within an hours drive – but it is safe to say that whatever the weather, there is something for all the family to enjoy.
Prices and Availability
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