5 Llwyn View Dolgellau, Snowdonia National Park

£299 - £595 per week

Why We Reccommend 5 Llwyn View

Dolgellau holiday apartment short walk from town centre and close to magical walks, stylishly furnished ideal for families and couples, dog friendly. Short Breaks available all year.

Description

Dolgellau, Holiday Apartment – a perfect base for exploring the beautiful Snowdonia National Park.
  • This lovely ground floor apartment is ideal for families or couples. Just a short walk from the centre of Dolgellau, a pretty market town with some excellent bars, restaurants and interesting independent shops. There are magical walks from the doorstep - a paradise for walkers, birdwatchers and outdoor adventure enthusiasts throughout the year.
  • Newly renovated, this stylish apartment invites cosy holiday living. In the lounge there is a large L shaped pale green couch with bright scatter cushions, an electric wood burning stove and a wall mounted Smart TV has Netflix built in and a DVD player for evenings in. 
  • There is a smart galley kitchen, elegant bathroom and two stylish bedrooms (double & twin). 
  • From your holiday door, enjoy relaxing in the courtyard where there are 2 patio areas with garden furniture and fire pit - just perfect for morning coffee or pre-dinner drinks.

Location

Dolgellau – pretty market town with much to offer
  • This pretty market town is set beneath the awe inspiring backdrop of Cader Idris, one of Wales’ most popular peaks for walkers and hikers. The warm and friendly community here welcomes visitors year round. There are plenty of excellent places to eat and some friendly local pubs to enjoy a beer. On the lovely Mawddach Estuary is the George 111 the a wooden bridge crosses the estuary here. Enjoy a drink on the balcony and soak up the stunning views. Dylanwad is a unique cafe/bar and wine shop by day and bistro by night. Penmaen Uchaf country house hotel is also nearby. Dine in beautiful surroundings and wonder the breathtaking grounds. 
Plenty of fantastic Walks nearby
  • There are many fantastic walks to enjoy from your doorstep as you explore this beautiful corner of Wales. Wonder in fairy tale woodlands at Torrent Walk - deep glades, lichen covered trees and tumbling streams.
  • Precipice Walk as the name suggests is on a hillside just north of Dolgellau from here enjoy sublime views down the magnificent Mawddach Estuary. This fiord like estuary must be one of the most beautiful spots in Britain.
  • Mawddach Trail skirts the Mawddach estuary. This is a great walk for gentle walking and cycling path along the former railway track. The 9 mile walk/cycle ride to Barmouth skirts woodlands and an RSPB Nature reserve. Look out for buzzards, woodpeckers and Peregrine Falcons.
  • You can hire bikes from Dolgellau Cycles – located just 200 metres from the start of the Mawddach Trail. There is a whole range of bikes for all the family as well as cycle helmets.
Beaches – just 8 miles away
  • Just 8 miles away is the Blug Flag beach at Barmouth – a 10 mile long stretch of sandy beach all the way up to Harlech.  Barmouth is a popular resort with a pretty harbour and an interesting Lifeboat museum.
  • Alternatively Fairbourne beach is only 6 mile south of Dolgellau - a pebble beach with fine views of the Peninsula and Snowdonia. 
  • Enjoy a day out in Aberdovey a pleasant drive away - this is a proper sea side town, great atmosphere and a long lovely beach.
Osprey Project at RSPB Ynys-hir
  • Visit the fascinating Osprey Project between April and late August and see live footage of breeding ospreys on their nest. The magnificent birds catch fish and spend a lot of time on the banks of the river Dyfi.
King Arthur's Labyrinth 
  • A fun day out for the family that children will love is King Arthur’s Labyrinth. This is an underground river adventure that goes deep into caves, telling the Arthurian legend - spooky and fun!
Coed y Brenin National Mountain Biking Centre
  • Lots to offer visitors of all ages and abilities. Located just 5 miles north of Dolgellau there is everything from children's play area to world class mountain bike trails. The Forest Café serves a wide range of home made food and drinks, from tea and cakes, to very locally sourced venison burgers – the deer live in the forest around the centre.
Fairbourne Railway,Talyllyn Railway & others
  • Pay once and ride all day on this 1895 railway from Fairbourne to Barmouth.The Talyllyn Railway is an historic narrow gauge steam railway at Tywyn - magnificent scenery.Three more Great Little Railways to explore at Porthmadog. A sixth would be the Snowdon railway at Llanberis. 
Harlech
  • A small pleasant town dominated by the magnificent Norman castle with distinctive small shops, courtyard antiques, good restaurants and cafes (try the award winning scones at Freya's), also the Royal St Davids' Golf Course, one of the finest links courses in Wales. 
5 Llwyn View, Dolgellau
  • Excellent holiday apartment in Dolgellau  in the heart of peaceful and unspoilt Snowdonia National Park - no wonder one of our most famous politicians comes here to relax!

Layout

2 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 4. 1 Double and 1 Twin.

Bathroom full suite plus rain shower over bath. 

Kitchen fully fitted with split level electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer.

Lounge/Diner fireplace with electric wood burning stove, L shaped pale green sofa seating 4, dining table and 4 chairs, wall mounted Smart TV with Netflix and DVD player, nestle of tables and reading lamp.

Grounds 2 patio areas in the courtyard with garden furniture, fire pit. Not enclosed care with toddlers.

Please kindly note: 
any damage by dogs is owners responsibility and will have to be paid in full.


Additional Information

 

Short breaks - All year

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Friday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes

Fuel - Gas central heating inclusive May to September. Outside these dates £25 p/w

Dogs - 2

Travel cot - Yes and stair gate

Highchair - No

Accessibility

Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

Is there a gate to open? No

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? No

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? No

Are there paths? No

Are paths level and firm? Yes

Type of suface Tarmac

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? No

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? No


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