This 'cottage' near Caernarfon is a beautifully restored, single storey C16th stone barn on the courtyard of the owners traditional long Welsh cottage along a narrow private lane leading to an area designated of "extreme natural beauty", 4 miles east of the royal town of Caernarfon and 3 miles NW of Llanberis. Stunning panoramic views of coast and mountains; footpaths from the door to Mount Snowdon and the National Park. A homely retreat in a quiet location close to a wealth of major visitor attractions, mountain railways, Blue Flag beaches, slate museums and garden nurseries. Local shop, bakery, butcher & pub 5 mins. Stylish design and furnishing give a contemporary feel with a spacious beamed king size bedroom with ensuite shower room, kitchen, utility and bathroom. Beamed light and comfortable living room with traditional slate floor throughout, leather chairs, oriental rugs and commissioned glass art. Dishwasher, washing machine, freezer, TV, DVD & CD, oil central heating @ extra cost. Lovely tranquil setting with half acre of mature gardens & ponds. Private membership (pass supplied Mar-Dec) to leisure park only 10 mins walk away with access to some leisure amenities, bistro restaurant and bars. No smoking. Towels provided.
No children or babies; £50 Breakages Deposit, now has tumble dryer, Electricity included
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This Access Statement has been prepared by the owner for your information; it is the most recent version that we have received.
If you have any queries whatsoever, please do not hesitate to contact us.
The cottage is a converted barn adjoining the owner's traditional long Welsh cottage which dates back to the early 16th century. The narrow, uneven approach (Lon Bwlch) is a private track, walled in places, leading to a small community of 5 properties. The location is designated as a landscape conservation area. Parking is at the entrance of the grounds to the property with a short path to the cottage door. Guests may prefer to leave their car at the entrance to Lon Bwlch; the owner or housekeeper would be available to assist guests on arrival and departure should they wish to accept this alternative parking. All the accommodation which includes lounge/dining room, well-equipped kitchen, utility room and bathroom are at ground level. There is a low step (approx 6ins) to the bedroom and ensuite (toilet, washbasin & normal size shower). The private and secluded garden enjoys spectacular views of the Snowdonia mountain range.