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This pretty stone cottage, built in the 1860's, is in the lovely village of Abergynolwyn, which was featured in the BBC TV program ' Weatherman Walking'. Abergynolwyn nestles in the beautiful Dysynni valley, and is surrounded by the spectacular Snowdonia National Park scenery. The cottage has a lounge with open fire, dining room, kitchen, restroom, two bedrooms, and a bathroom, and has a pretty garden and parking at the front and rear. The Railway Inn which serves excellent food, is only a two minute walk away, as is the village cafe /post office. It is perfectly situated for both valley and mountain walking - there is a river- side walk directly from the cottage, and Cader Idris is only a ten minute drive away. Tal-y-Llyn lake is just 10 min away, ideal for fly fishing. There is a Tal y llyn steam train station in the Village, Dolgoch falls and the coast at Tywynn and Aberdovey are only short drive away, offering great beaches and a range of water sports.
The cottage has just been refurbished and offers comfortable and cosy accommodation.
Ground floor: Entry porch, lounge, fitted kitchen, conservatory/dining room, reading room with open plan stairs, 1 double bedroom with king size bed, bathroom with electric shower over bath. The first floor offers 1 open plan bedroom with 2 single beds.
The property has an open coal fire, oil filled radiators, electric cooker, fridge, dishwasher, washer/dryer, microwave, LCD colour TV, DVD player/recorder, radio/CD player, pay phone.
Parking is available at the front and off-road parking at rear. Secluded, lovely front cottage-style garden, ideal for BBQ.
A 16th century pub, serving real ales and excellent food, and the village cafe serving wholesome home-made dishes, are just a short stroll away.
Superb walking from front and rear of cottage, cycle paths, fishing, abundant wildlife, water falls, Cader Idris and Tal-y-Llyn lake are all at hand making this an ideal place from which to explore the delights of southern Snowdonia.
Just ½ mile away the Tal Y Llyn steam railway winds its way through spectacular countryside to the coast and shops at Tywyn (4½ miles by road) and Aberdovey's beautiful harbour and lovely sandy beach are just 2 miles further along the coast.
Free Wi-Fi at Tywyn Library only 10 min drive away. A nice old Cinema at Tywyn dating from 1800- Magic Lantern Cinema- offering new releases every night, 2 stages, cool bar and top quality live events (www.tywyncinema.co.uk)
Cottage bookings normally commence on Saturdays ( sometimes on Fridays), and to allow for servicing, arrival times are between 2pm and 4pm, unless by arrangement. The cottage must be vacated by 10am on the day of departure.
For 2-week holidays a discount would be given.
Bargain 2-3 night short breaks subject to availability. Please inquire.
Sorry, no pets.
Duvets and pillows provided
Please contact me for a booking Form. Deposit to be paid at booking and balance 6 weeks before start of the holiday. Late bookings to be arranged.
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Railway Inn, Children's play area, Village Hall with post office and cafe.
Within a 45 minutes walk from the cottage is the ruined castle 'Castell y Bere', Mary Jones cottage, Church at Llanfihangel - y Pennant.
Within a 5 -10 minute drive:
Tal-y-Llyn lake (220 acres) with salmon, brown trout and sea trout (permits from Tyn-y Cornel Hotel), start of the main route to Cader Idris, Dolgoch falls (good walks along waterfalls) and Tywyn, with its seafront, sandy beaches, play area, paddling pool, leisure centre, indoor swimming pool, and restaurants. Market every Monday. Magic Lantern Cinema , Tywyn, (www.tywyncinema.co.uk)
Within a 15 - 20 minute drive:
Aberdovey with its beautiful harbour, sandy beaches, championship golf course, sea fishing, sailing, kite surfing and an excellent range of restaurants. Centre for Alternative Technology, Craft Centre and King Arthur's Labyrinth at Corris.