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Cenfaes Cottage, a small but lovely stone built cottage in a village 5 miles west of Bala in the Snowdonia national park, Cenfaes dates back to 1660 and was the former living quarters to the Toll House that is attached to the property ( not part of the rental)
The cottage sleeps 4 comfortably, 2...
Golan is a traditional, cosy semi detached cottage located just outside Bala, in the small village of Llanuwchllyn within Snowdonia National Park. The cottage is a great base to enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities, including watersports, cycling and walking.
Golan is a perfect retreat for...
Cysgod Bach is situated in the sleepy village of Llanfor, just one mile out of the town of Bala within the Snowdonia National Park in Wales. We are ideally situated for an activity break or for touring the National Park. Bala is steeped in Welsh history and culture and you will be sure to hear...
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About this property
Quiet, cosy and relaxing getaway
on the banks of the River Tryweryn
Near White Water Centre
for kayaking and rafting
For walkers and cyclists
Bird watching and photography
Narrow gauge railways
and Snowdon Railway
Good central location for visiting
A spacious barn conversion, on several levels and retianing beams and other interesting features, on the owners' smallholding (pigs and sheep) on the edge of Coed-y-Brenin forest, with excellent walking and mountain bike trails from the door. The property is attached, in a group with two others....
In a secluded location on a 700 acre sheep farm, this very attractive stone cottage has walks from the door and views of the Snowdonia National Park all around. The sitting room features a beamed ceiling and a large woodburner to give a cosy feel. There is terrific scenery along the mountain roads...
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Cesail y Coed is a pretty stable conversion set on a working sheep farm near Dolgellau. With beamed and sloped ceilings the property retains much of its original rustic charm, yet with the interior well equipped it provides very comfortable accommodation for up to 4 people. With Snowdonia and the...