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Nantcyll Farm Cottage

Pant Glas, Gardolbenmaen, Gwynedd, North Wales, United Kingdom, LL51 9DQ

Nantcyll Holiday Cottage is set in the most spectacular North Wales surroundings, and offers a comfortable and relaxing stay on a working family farm within Snowdonia National Park.

It is an ideal base for holidays and short breaks, and ideal for walking and touring the hole of North Wales. The farm house is a wealth of charm and character with wonderful views, peace and tranquility abound. Pant Glas is a small hamlet on the main A487 road between the main towns of Caernarfon and Porthmadog. The hamlet is positioned amidst some beautiful countryside right on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park with the farmhouse situated right at the bottom of Mynydd Graig Goch. Access to both Caernarfon and Porthmadog is made easy due to the much improved network of roads within the vicinity. Caernarfon is a busy market town, a major tourist center and the administrative center for the county of Gwynedd. Porthmadog is a colourful town and home to the Welsh Highland Railway which now stretches all the way to Caernarfon. Just beyond Porthmadog is the market town of Pwllheli which is also a busy market town and has a famous marina as well as a range of sailing facilities. Cricieth is famous for its beautiful seaside and the lovely Cadwaladers Ice Cream. The area is renowned its superb coastline and the world renowned Snowdonia National Park.

Dogs are welcome we would appreciate if the dogs could be kept in the kitchen and they must NOT be allowed up the stairs and must NOT be left in house unattended.

Why not come and play with the horses, there are so much things for you to do and see.

Here are some of the comments left on the visitors book:-

A most enjoyable stay loved the atmosphere of the old stone farmhouse and the people.

Best stay anyone could wish for. (We will be back)

Great week of scrabbling and walking love the Aga.

Lovely cottage lots of room GREAT VALUE.

Warm and Friendly welcome, lovely cottage and love all the animals.

Wonderful and relaxing farmhouse it is lovely, really enjoyed ourselves.

All rooms are tastefully and comfortably furnished.

The garden has furniture and BBQ for the use of guests and there is ample safe car parking space.

Bike hire available through a local company.

Cottage Accommodation:-

Lounge:

Colour TV, Sky , DVD player, wii, three piece suite.

Kitchen:

Table seating 6, Aga stove electric cooker, microwave, ironing board and iron. Washing machine, freezer

Dining room

2 Double bed rooms

1 Bedroom with 2 single beds

2 Bathroom with separate shower /bath hand basin and WC

Cot and highchair are available

wii and games

All bed linen and towels provided at no extra charge

Electricity is by meter card (extra)

Activities & Attractions:

Lonely Planet has now put North Wales on its Lonely Planets Best in Travel 2017 list the only destination in the UK to do so. What caught their eye is the way the former industrial landscape has been reinvented to create a series of truly excellent attractions; from high-speed zip lining and inland surfing to underground trampolining in a 176-year-old disused slate mine.

Alongside UNESCO World Heritage Sites as Conwy, Beaumaris, Harlech and Caernarfon Castles, North Wales is home to some of the best walking and cycling in Britain, as well as a range of industry-leading attractions, all set against the spectacular backdrop of the Snowdonia mountains.

A playground for thrill seekers, a haven for foodies, a hideout for stargazers and a goldmine for heritage seekers, North West Wales and the Snowdonia National Park

Gelert Grave - Beddgelert

Electric Mountain - Llanberis

Snowdon Mountain Steam Railway

Llechwedd Slate Mines/ Bounce

Bethesda famous Siz wire

Glaslyn Park, Ten Pin Boling Go-Karts, Quads, and Farm Shop.

Bryncir Woollen Mill

Eat out in a number of local restaurants

Enjoy local culture

The list is endless!

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Current Tariffs

Weekly £550

Short Break (3 nights).


Payment Terms

A deposit is required with the balance payable on arrival