Sleeps: 6 +cot
Type: Farm Stay, Internet | WiFi, Near Snowdon, Pet Friendly, Real Fire
This traditional farmhouse accommodation is just outside Llanberis the popular tourist destination at the foot of Snowdon. A substantial detached property set within 3 acres of land the cottage is the perfect base to explore this mountainous region of North Wales.
The front door leads us into a large kitchen diner complete with a traditional Aga stove. A quarry tiled floor and simple fitted units add to the country cottage feel of the accommodation.
The adjoining lounge boasts a wonderful log burner set within an impressive inglenook fireplace. Large comfortable armchairs and sofas surround a central coffee table sitting on a locally sourced oak floor. The walls and side tables are adorned with lots of interesting welsh ornaments and curiosities.
There are three bedrooms upstairs. One double room with a small en-suite shower room and two twin rooms. Victorian cast iron beds are complemented by some lovely mahogany bedroom furniture standing, once again, on a luxurious oak floor. All three bedrooms have wonderful uninterrupted views of the surrounding countryside. The family bathroom includes a classic white washbasin and wc as well as a fantastic freestanding roll top bathtub with a central overhead electric shower.
Sleeps 6 +cot
Pets 2 Max (£30 per pet)
Bed Linen Provided
Cot and High Chair Provided
The cottage is located down a quiet country lane in a very quiet rural location some 2 miles outside Llanberis. Plenty of private off street parking to the side and rear and a small private lawned area immediately in front of the cottage.
Beyond that, the cottage is set within 3 acres of farmland which guests are welcome to explore. You will have to share this space on occasion with the owners prize winning welsh black cattle but they’re very docile if a little curious.
Llanberis and Mount Snowdon form the backdrop to the property and there are many tourism attractions and activity provides operating in the town. Attractions such as the Snowdon Welsh Mountain railway that’s been faithfully ferrying guests to the highest point in England and Wales for over 200 years. Llanberis Slate Museum and the Electric Mountain Visitors Center will stimulate your brain whilst Surflines Adventure, Zip World and Ropes and Ladders are sure to get your heart pumping. The historic town of Caernarfon and its famous castle is a 15 minute drive away. Betws Betws Y Coed with its wealth of outdoor equipment shops and Beddgelert and the Welsh Highland Railway are also within a 30minute drive.
Prices and Availability
Prices and Availability
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