Bryn Llan | Snowdonia Self Catering Cottage in Bala | Llyn Tegid

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Bryn Llan Cottage

Bryn Llan Cottage has a 4 star rating
Bala, Gwynedd, LL23 7BF

If you're planning to visit North Wales for a self-catering short break or holiday, consider staying at Bryn Llan. This Bala holiday bungalow offers contemporary accommodation for a unique holiday experience.

The bungalow is located on the outskirts of Bala town in a small private residential estate. It offers spacious accommodation and is ideal for families or small groups visiting Bala. The property has a patio garden at the back with furniture which makes an excellent spot for relaxing or enjoying a drink. This holiday bungalow in North Wales is a short 5-minute walk from the local pubs, shops, restaurants, and lakeside. It makes a great base for exploring Bala, Gwynedd, and all of North Wales.

Have Spectacular Holiday in Bala as You Enjoy Top-notch Accommodation. Bryn Llan has superb facilities. It has a living room with cosy leather seats and a gas fire that will keep you warm on the coldest of nights. After a long day, relax by the fireplace and watch some TV or talk about the day's happenings with your loved ones. The kitchen has modern amenities and a dining area where you can enjoy homemade meals. It has 3 bedrooms; a twin room, a double room, and a double room with en-suite shower, basin, and WC. There is a detached bathroom with a separate shower, bath, basin, and WC. During your stay at this holiday bungalow in North Wales, you will enjoy superior facilities such as:

Gas fire in the living room

Gas central heating

Gas and electricity (charged via meter reading)

Gas Hob

Double electric oven


Washing machine

TV with Freeview


Bed linen (inclusive)



Off road parking for 3 cars

Enclosed patio garden with furniture and gravel garden

Pets and smoking not allowed

Discover Bala

Bala is an inspiring, exciting, and breathtaking town that has much to offer. During your holiday, challenge yourself to climb Arenig Fawr, Aran Benllyn, or one of the high peaks of the Berwyn Mountains. Bala is surrounded by mountains which attract climbers, cyclists, and walkers.

The area is also home to Wales largest natural lake, Llyn Tegid. Bala has a rich culture and the Welsh language is still widely spoken. Visit a local restaurant, pub, or walk around the town and hear the beautiful language spoken by the locals. You may even get a chance to learn a few words. Get inspired by the towns rich history that dates back to the Roman times. In 1310, Roger de Mortimer established the town by Royal charter seeking to tame the rebellious Quakers. The town as it exists today is largely due to his street layout in the 14th century which comprised of a series of square courts. There is something for everyone in Bala.

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