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Gefnir is an old farm situated in a remote location on the lower slopes of Cadair Idris in the Snowdonia National Park overlooking the beautiful Cardigan Bay, in the distance can be seen the Llyn Peninsular and Bardsy Island, where folk lore states there are 1000 saints buried, we are just 10 minutes walk from stocked trout lake, magnificent views over Cardigan Bay. Ideal for walkers, mountain bikers, or just a quiet holiday. 15 minutes drive from Fairbourne beach. Rivers, streams, waterfalls all within easy walking distance. Surrounded by history, standing stones, castles, and ancient pathways. Narrow gauge railways at Fairbourne, Tywyn, Ffestiniog and Porthmadog. Explore the old slate mines at Ffestiniog, King Arthurs Labyrinth at Corris. Play golf at Aberdyfi or test your skills on the mountain bike course at Coed y Brennin.
About the Owner
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Listed Since:May 2016
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We live on the site and are always on hand should you need anything, whether it is more towels, or just advice about a local amenity, directions or help with advice on where to go on rainy days.
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About the neighborhood
The surrounding area is one of outstanding beauty. Mountains, hills, beaches, rivers, lakes and winding lanes and footpaths leading to picnic areas and fantastic views. The Welsh language can be heard wherever you go. There are many restaurants and cafes, and lots to do even in the rain.
The best way to explore the area is on foot, but you will need to drive about to really enjoy the myriad of walks etc. in the surrounding area. You can take a train from Fairbourne to Pwyllheli or the ferry to Barmouth. Driving is the most convenient way to get about, there is so much to see and experience.
How to get there
Railway: Morfa Mawddach: 3.7 mi
Ferry: Hollyhead: 62.1 mi
We are situated above the village of Arthog on a narrow lane signed Creggennan Lakes. Do not be put off by the gate through which you have to pass on the lane, it is a boundary gate to prevent animals straying. The bends above the gate are quite sharp and steep, but don't worry after the bends we are the next house you come to. Parking is through the gate, behind the house and in front of the cottage.