Period cottage with garden and games shed. Perfect for families, steam train enthusiasts, walkers, cyclists and your dog too. In Abergynolwyn, with Fairbourne beach, Machynlleth and Aberdovey all within 15 miles.
Superb village location ideally situated to explore the coast and countryside of Southern Snowdonia National Park, North and West Wales providing opportunities for walking, swimming, water sports, boating, fishing and golf. Walk 0.5 miles from the property to the Talyllyn Narrow Gorge Railway station for a steam train ride to Dolgoch waterfalls, head to Tal-y-Llyn Lake or the summit of Cader Idris. Pop to the beach at Fairbourne or Aberdovey with eateries, shops and galleries. Enjoy a range of attractions nearby including Ynys Hir nature reserve, the Dyfi Osprey Project, the Centre of Alternative Technology with its cliff railway, King Arthurs Labyrinth, and the Museum of Modern Art Wales to name but a few all within 20 miles. The property is close to areas ideal for seeing jets flying the Mach loop - a series of valleys situated between Dolgellau and Machynlleth, which are regularly used for RAF low level jet flight training.
Quirky period cottage with original features and creature comforts; watch out for the low beams and doorways in this charming property. Walk into the hall with the kitchen to your left and lounge to the right. The kitchen is well-equipped with an electric oven and hob, microwave and fridge with ice compartment. This is a lovely space to prepare a meal, and once ready there is plenty of space to gather around the dining table, perfectly positioned by the dual-aspect windows. There is also a useful utility room with a washer/dryer. After supper walk through to the lounge and relax on the sofas, watch your favourite programmes on the smart TV, and light the wood burner for cosy nights in whilst planning your holiday activities. Also on this floor is the stylish bathroom with bath, shower and WC. Upstairs to the first floor, there are two spacious bedrooms to choose from, the king-size or twin – both have been designed for a good night’s sleep. The games shed is outside with a football/pool table to test your skill.
The large, enclosed garden has a paved patio, table, chairs and charcoal BBQ with fabulous views of the mountain range from sunrise to sunset. Relax on the lawn and enjoy the established pretty borders throughout your stay. Make use of the lockable bike shed and plenty of space for your paddleboards in the garden. There is on-road parking for two cars on a first-come-first-served basis.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.