Welcome to our Self Catering Cottages in Wales in the Snowdonia National Park
Nant-y-Nodyn's two self catering cottages,a quarter of a mile apart from each other are situated in this valley, about two miles from the wool village of Dinas Mawddwy and near the highest pass in Wales which leads to Vyrnwy and Bala lakes. The cottages are surrounded by the superb scenery of the southern Snowdonia National Park, Wales. Snowdonia National Park offers rural peace and tranquility and is an ideal base for walkers of all capabilities, with the challenging peaks of Aran Fawddwy and Cader Idris nearby.
The cottages are part of a sheep and beef organic farm which has been positively managed with conservation in mind, and guests are welcome to explore and enjoy the wildlife.
Nearby in the village is the Meirion Woollen Mill, cafe, restaurant and pubs. A little further afield are the Centre for Alternative Technology, narrow-gauge railways, rspb reserves, leisure centres, pony trekking and Coed-y-Brenin mountain biking centre.
Yr Efail Cottage
Here you'll find a truly Welsh welcome in the hillside. Consider this impeccably renovated stone smithy, which has been refurbished to provide a sense of unadulterated luxury. Wonderfully romantic, peaceful and discreet, Yr Efail provides the perfect bolthole to allow you to escape the rigours of modern life.
For your convenience, all accommodation is provided on the ground floor. An open plan welsh oak kitchen brimming with beams, a dining room and sitting room with welsh slate fireplace and handcrafted oak units with granite worktops provide a feast for the eye and a symphony for the senses.
A sumptuously carpeted double bedroom includes well-equipped tiled bathroom with shower over bath.
The secluded enclosed garden provides all the delights of the great outdoors on your doorstep, with abundant patio furniture included for your convenience.
Almost a mile of fishing on the river Dovey is also included, where sea trout and salmon await the keen angler.
Yr Efail is ideal for a couple looking for that perfect romantic hideaway, or a base for a walking holiday in Wales. A 5-star home from home, available all year round. Stay once, and you'll be sure to want to return.
Ty'n y ffordd cottage
Ty'n y ffordd is a truly spellbinding whitewashed cottage. The magnificent Grade II listed property has been rated ' 5 stars ' by the Welsh Tourist Board.
Internally, the ravishing decor tastefully mixes every modern essential with a bristling array of original rustic beams.
Downstairs accommodation includes a cosy and very comfortable open-plan living room with roaring wood-burning stove. Those modern "essentials": Wi-fi, Sky TV and i-pod docking station are all provided ex gratis, should you require them.
The kitchen is fully fitted with hand-made oak units and the light, spacious dining area has French doors opening on to a quaint sheltered garden where you can gaze, mesmerised, at the glorious mountain views.
Also on the ground floor are two uniquely appointed bedrooms - a twin and a double with a large tiled bathroom with a powerful shower over the bath. A host of unique features, as quirky as they are charming, complete these lovely rooms. What will you discover?
Upstairs, a delightful sitting nook area with television and dvd player provides an ideal spot for privacy and recreation. A further double bedroom allows you the luxury of viewing the mountain scenery whilst reclining upon a fur-strewn bed. Naturally, the convenience of a powerful shower is included in the en-suite bathroom.
Almost a mile of fishing on the river Dovey is included, where sea trout and salmon await the keen angler.
Available all year round, Ty'n y ffordd is ideal for a family or couple looking for a quiet retreat that oozes quality, taste and warmth.
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