Had a lovely stay in this converted railway station. It was great to see a book to see what the actual station looked like before it closed in the 60's.
You do need a car to stay in this village, as there is nothing in walking distance apart from a friendly cafe about a minute walk away.
The whole cottage was clean and had a lovely modern kitchen with washing machine, dryer and dishwasher and two nice clean bathrooms, one with shower and one with a bath and shower head.
I liked the good quality bedding, towels and cookware and not all rentals provide fresh flowers, eggs, milk, butter and the best thing...homemade Bara Brith on arrival!
One other thing has to be mentioned - the hot tub. It was an absolute pleasure, and it was nice to bump into the owner who showed us how to use it.
We enjoyed our stay in Wales, and having nice accommodation adds to the pleasure.
This former railway station has been lovingly converted into a great family rental house. The large, secure garden is perfect for sunny evenings although sadly, there is no BBQ. There is a hot tub however, and the former signal box now houses a mini pool table. You can even bring your dog with you. The house comfortably sleeps 4 adults and 2 children although the third bunk bedroom is cosy. The house itself is well appointed with good internet access and facilities. The living area is compact but we had a great holiday here despite the rain! The white water centre is just down the road and Coed-y-Brenin mountain biking centre is a 30min drive away. There is a cafe 200m away and Bala, with all its facilities and amenities is a mere 5 minute drive away. A great little holiday home that we would happily return to.