Ysgubor Glandwr is a luxury barn conversion that lies within Snowdonia National Park, boasting beautiful views, four bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 living spaces, dining area, large open plan kitchen, games room with pool table, utility room and separate toilet.
Our group of 4 adults and 5 teenagers adored our time in this wonderful barn.
The owners have obviously taken time and effort to make this such a warm and welcoming place to stay. Kelly was incredi… More
“Very well presented and equipped”
Reviewed 30 Jul 2014
I stayed here for my 40th Birthday. The house is stunning and very well equipped for adults and children. There are 4 good sized bedrooms, a big open plan kitchen/diner/lounge, a games room and a fur… More
“Great property and facilities available”
Reviewed 2 Jul 2014
Booked this property after reading the reviews and I must say, I was not disappointed. The property is very spacious with entertainment in all rooms. The drive has ample car parking, the garden and ou… More
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.
Detached self-catered farmhouse close to Llanuwchllyn south of Lake Bala. It is both spacious and cosy, well furnished and equipped, with magnificent views of the lakes and mountains. Set high above the Afon Dyfrdwy and the bustle of life, there are mountains and lakes
we thoroughly enjoyed our stay here and found the owners very accommodating and communicated well with us throughout the booking process. The location suited us for visiting the places we like in wale… More
We're glad you liked our farmhouse cottage and its location for exploring this part of North Wales. We'd be delighted to have you back at Llechwedd Fwyalchen and give you a chance to visit more in the area.
“A little piece of heaven perfect to relax and unwind”
Reviewed 16 Oct 2013
Stunning, cosy cottage hidden away from the rest of the world ideal location to do nothing but relax. Breathtaking views, pretty walks up to the mountains via an amazing secluded waterfall. The photos… More
We're delighted that you enjoyed our spacious cottage, where the word "cosy" perhaps best describes the ability of the heating system to keep it 'toasty warm' when it's rather autumnal outside. The glow of the log fire is a bonus. You'll find the tranquillity of the house a joy during all seasons, so please try it again for a spring or summer break.
Gwyndy is tucked away down a leafy lane on the shores of Bala Lake, just round the corner from the famous Bala Lake Steam Railway station. It is within easy walking distance of the Eagles pub which serves delicious home cooking. The house is without doubt a quality prop
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