Where Two Rivers Merge Above The Popular Village of Llanbedr | Cymer
You’ll find this handsome stone cottage where two rivers merge above the popular village of Llanbedr. With great walks to explore on the doorstep and close to some of the most beautiful mountains and beaches in North Wales, it is perfectly placed for a relaxing and rejuvenating Welsh getaway. There are two good pubs within walking distance of the cottage.
Llanbedr is close to the beautiful Snowdonia coast, about halfway between Harlech and Barmouth. The village is flanked by the Rhinog mountains to the east and the Irish Sea to the west. It is a place of epic sunsets and rugged, timeless landscapes, and close to many of the region’s most popular towns and attractions.
The cottage is ideal for a family group, and sleeps up to six guests in three comfortable bedrooms. Recently refurbished, its period features are framed by simple clean lines and all modern appliances. It is a warm, bright, welcoming space.
The cheerful red front door of the cottage opens into a small hallway, with the main downstairs living spaces off to either side. A real fire in the sitting room, as well as two deeply comfortable plush sofas, means you can get nice and cosy in here. There is a large plasma TV.
The kitchen diner is very smart and well equipped. Everything is new, sleek and beautifully presented. The dining table, which seats six, sits in front of a toasty wood burning stove, and there is wooden flooring throughout. There is a separate utility room off the kitchen, as well as a downstairs wash basin and loo.
Upstairs you will find three good-sized double bedrooms and a family bathroom with bath and shower. Again, everything up here is really beautifully presented, with lovely fabrics and furnishings, and wooden flooring throughout. There is a double bedroom, one twin room and a bedroom with bunk beds.
Outside of this handsome stone cottage where two rivers merge above the popular village of Llanbedr, you’ll find a small garden with patio and barbecue area. There is some wooden bench seating to the front of the house which looks out across a quiet country lane to the river and trees beyond.
The cottage is surrounded by pretty woodland, and the local walking is wonderful. The house sits on the confluence of the Afon Nantcol, which tumbles down from Cwm Nantcol and the Rhinog Mountains, and the Afon Artro, which winds its way down from Cwm Bychan, a beautiful lake in the hills above Harlech. The riverside walk from the cottage to the gastro pubs in Llanbedr village is just lovely.
Sleeps 6 + Cot
Pets Yes, 1 Max.
Bed Linen Provided
Cot and High Chair No
Llanbedr has long been a popular destination for visitors to North Wales, and it’s not hard to see why. A quiet, rural village located near the west coast of the national park, it sits nestled in the Artro river valley with a stunning mountain backdrop.
The village is within an easy drive of the Llŷn peninsula, Harlech, Barmouth, Porthmadog, Criccieth and Portmeirion. It is flanked by the Rhinog mountains to the east and the Irish Sea to the west, a place of epic sunsets and rugged, timeless landscapes.
The closest town to Llanbedr is Harlech, which is around three miles to the north – a short drive or a very pleasant walk along the Wales Coastal Path. Harlech is home to a clifftop UNESCO World Heritage Site medieval castle and one of the best links golf courses in the UK at Royal St David’s. Its hills and winding lanes provide plenty of nooks and crannies to explore, and some great places to eat.
The coastline near Llanbedr is one of sandy dunes and marram grass. Expect award-winning golden sands and dunes – the perfect place to try your hand at surfing or paddleboarding, or just for the kids to run around freely and play in the sand.
Drive around fifteen minutes south from the cottage to get to Barmouth’s sandy blue flag beach which stretches for two miles and is perfect for picnics, swimming, paddling and surfing. There is traditional seaside fun along the promenade, and plenty of shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs and ice cream parlours.
A little further south along the coast will bring you to Dolgellau, home to the Coed Y Brenin mountain biking centre, where you can bring your own bike or hire one from the Beics Brenin visitor centre. There are eight trails ranging from blue to black, so something for the whole family. There are also excellent running and walking trails through the woods.
There’s easy access to many of Snowdonia’s most popular attractions and destinations, including Zip World, Bounce Below and the Llechwedd Deep Mine experience at Blaenau Ffestiniog. Portmeirion, with its Italianate follies and colourful village is a 25 minute drive. You can jump on a Ffestiniog or Welsh Highland steam train at Porthmadog.
If you prefer to keep things lo-fi on your hols, you’re in great walking country. The Rhinog mountains offer some of the most spectacular landscapes in the UK with all-shades-of-satisfying routes and no shortage of spectacular spots for a picnic. Take a look at our blog for some local walking inspiration, including information about how you can take a Zwartbles sheep for a walk – extremely popular with kids of all ages!
There are some lovely river walks to explore straight out of the front door of this handsome stone cottage where two rivers merge above the popular village of Llanbedr, including one of Wales’s most spectacular waterfalls at Rhaeadr Nantcol, just a couple of miles from the cottage.
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