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Bronnydd Holiday Cottage - Bala
This lovely Bala holiday cottage was first built in the 17th century as a barn which has been excellently renovated to provide first-class accommodation. While filled with contemporary amenities, it still retains some of its old features like its stone exterior and exposed beams which enhance its overall appeal.
Located next to the owners' property in the hamlet of Glanrafon. It is spacious and can accommodate up to 6 people which makes it ideal for large families and small groups. Located only 5 miles from Bala and Corwen, two charming towns filled with numerous attractions. Bala has lovely restaurants, pubs, shops, and a superb lake perfect for all types of water sports.
Enjoy Superior Facilities:
The living room boasts luxurious underfloor heating which gives it exceptional warmth and makes it a perfect holiday spot any time of year. The living area is open plan and features a fully-fitted kitchen and dining area. Set in half an acre and offers children plenty of room to play and explore. Two bedrooms; a twin room and a double room with en-suite shower, basin, and WC. There is a mezzanine area with sofa bed which offers additional accommodation.
Some superior facilities you'll find include:
Underfloor oil central heating
Fuel and power (inclusive)
2 TVs (1 with Freeview and another for DVDs and games)
Electric oven and hob
Washer and dryer (in utility room)
Bed linen and towels (inclusive)
Mezzanine (accessed using steep, open tread stairs)
Safe storage for bikes and boats
Off road parking for two cars
Front patio with lawn and furniture
Shared rear garden
There are many reasons to visit North Wales. The areas strategic location, beautiful lakes, excellent water-sports, and rich history make it a popular attraction for people of all ages.
Stay and Explore:
When you want to explore North Wales, you simply have to stay a while. The busy town of Bala is located on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park on Llyn Tegids northern side. Llyn Tegid is Wales largest natural lake and home to a fish known as the Gwyniaid, a remnant of the Ice Age. Bala is also renowned for its excellent water-sports including sailing, fishing, windsurfing, white water rafting, and canoeing. The town is the headquarters of Bala Lake Railway, a narrow gauge railway which covers a distance of four and a half miles using 2ft gauge rolling stock. If you want to discover the areas natural beauty, visit the Snowdonia Mountain Range or Berwyn Mountains which surround the town. The two locations are hubs for walking, climbing, cycling, and many outdoor activities. They have child-friendly paths which will excite the young ones.
Venture further and visit the Cambrian Bay coast, home to the six-mile-long Harlech beach. The magnificent Harlech Castle overlooks the beach creating a spectacular sight that will take your breath away.