Cottage in Llanuwchllyn near Bala,Snowdonia National Park, North Wales - Ideal Village Location For Pub And Shop. Easy Access To Seaside, Mountains And Attractions
About Paul Bailey
Hello, I'm Paul Bailey, husband of Sara and dad to Hannah and James. As a former outdoor education teacher I have always loved Wales with all it has to offer in the natural environment and the activities available. We frequently visit here for the canoe racing at Canolfan Tryweryn.
Paul Bailey purchased this Cottage in 2014
Why Paul Bailey chose Llanuwchllyn
The opportunity which arose to acquire a lovely traditional stone cottage gave me a project to renovate it to a standard which I'm sure you'll enjoy. The easy access through stunning scenery, quaintness of the cottage ,ideal location and the extra bonus of an excellent pub/restaurant next door makes it a winner. We love the rural atmosphere, warm welcome and breathtaking mountain surroundings. See the reviews by our guests who verify why our cottage ,Ty Isa, is so attractive in itself and how the central location is great for accessing all that North and Mid-Wales has to offer.
What makes this Cottage unique
We enjoy the sense of history of the cottage itself and being right in the centre of Welsh culture in Llanuwchllyn. A cosy retreat that helps you unwind so peacefully.
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
A brilliant cottage in a beautiful location and everything we were hoping for and more.
The cottage itself is very well maintained both inside and out and our dog absolutely loved the garden. All things you would hope to find in a getaway on arrival are present, coffee machine, array of cooking equipment, tea, coffee, biscuits etc.
There was even a welcome for our dog, bowls out with treats in.
The location for us was perfect, plenty of walks straight out of the door with Bala being only a couple of hours away walking around the beautiful lake. Bala itself is a lovely little town with all the things you would need to stock up.
It is only 35 mins away fro Barmouth which we went to twice, 40 mins from the highest single drop waterfall in the uk, and around 40 mins or so from Snowdon.
One of the best things is that the Pub next door (literally next door) is great, good food, drink and very friendly. It doubles up as the local shop in the morning/early afternoon so even if you run out of provisions its a 1 minute walk to get things. Even though its next door you don't get any noise in the evening either.
All in all a lovely holiday and would recommend the cottage to anyone.
Many thanks for letting us stay!
Samantha, Mark, Jack, and Jeff the dog.
A stunningly beautiful and cosy cottage in a friendly village. Can’t ask for more.
The cottage is very well presented, spotlessly clean with everything you need for a welcoming and cosy stay. I cannot recommend it highly enough.
Had a great stay at ty isa.. Great little home to explore the area.. Had a couple of bike rides exploring the area stunning scenery.. Great day at coed y brenin trail centre.. Many thanks
Gem of a Cottage - Perfect Holiday
This cottage far exceeded our expectations! I
In a beautiful setting, gorgeous garden for taking breakfast, meals & drinks. It was extremely well equipped, and fantastic for a self catering holiday. We cooked everyday and there was nothing we needed which wasn't there. The dishwasher was a welcomed appliance too. Light flooded through the cottage, linen and laundry, fresh and clean. Woodburner created a romantic ambience too. Cozy and quaint with adequate room for 4 people, with plenty of cupboard space for clothes etc. Shower was good with endless hot water.
Paul the owner was very friendly and accommodating, and our booking and pre visit communication was A1. Perfect location for exploring North Wales.
I cannot recommend this cottage enough. When you enter the cottage you feel at home.
great property wonderful location pub/resteraunt very freindly staff food very good will come again and again
A hidden gem
This property was very clean with lots of extra touches from dog biscuits, tea, coffee, sugar, milk and biscuits. There was fresh flowers as well. It is a great location and the local pub was great as well.
Bala at 5 miles (10 mins by car) is the nearest town for essentials with a Co-op supermarket.
Birmingham, Liverpool and Manchester airports within 3 hours drive. Car preferable as public transport is rather infrequent. Railway station, Barmouth.
Bala 5 miles ,Dolgellau 13 miles. Whitewater centre (Canolfan Tryweryn) rafting & canoeing 9 miles Coed y Brenin mountainbiking 12 miles, Aran Ridge path 0.5 mile, Bala Lake 1 mile, steam railway station 0.5 mile, Bala Leisure Centre and pool 5 miles, Snowdon 43 miles.
The Eagles pub next door serves excellent food and drink and by day is the village newsagent & shop selling all essential groceries. There is a petrol station and garage in the village where logs for the woodburner can be bought.Y Bala town has a range of eating places, banks ,medical services,small supermarkets and shops to browse. Dolgellau is a larger town with more shops and services.