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- Disabled Facilities
- Child and Baby Friendly
- Cyclists Accepted
- Walker Friendly
- Pet Friendly
- Own Parking
- Rural Location
Arenig includes 2 twin bedrooms (linen provided), bathroom / wet-room, kitchen/dining room with oven / ceramic hob, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge-freezer and lounge area with TV and DVD player. Patio area with magnificent views of Bala and the lake (Approximately 2.5 miles away). The cottage is suitable for disabled persons.
Arenig sleeps 4
2 Dogs welcome.
Arenig is a continental style design, eco-friendly with hot water heated by solar panels. There is plenty of parking space.
Plenty of beautiful on-site as well as off-site walks with spectacular scenery. Quiet and peaceful location, a perfect spot for a nice relaxing or fun-packed holiday. Activities locally include white-water-rafting down the River Tryweryn, sailing, kayaking, etc on Bala Lake, Paint-Ball-Shooting, high wire, off-roading, go-carting, Glanllyn activities, golf, fishing and plenty more. There is also a bike hire company nearby.
There are plenty of activities near Llannerch yr Eryr for you adventurous people, so there is no need to worry about being bored, but the only problem there might be is will you have enough time to fit everything into your holiday.
Bala 4x4 is part of Llannerch yr Eryr and is set on top of the hill with panoramic views over Bala and the Lake Llyn Tegid. There are all types of terrain to suit everyone, from beginners to the experienced. There is also a winching area (it would be advisable to go into the winching area in pairs).
It is open the first Saturday and Sunday of every month and is also open on Bank Holiday Sundays. We will also open for groups:
White Water Rafting
This is one of the main attractions in the Bala area and is a very well known site for the sport. The canoeing world championships were held on the River Tryweryn in 1981 which is the river that is used for the rafting. It's great fun and there is no chance of you staying dry!
If you don't fancy getting wet you could always go down to watch others have a go which is almost as much fun as going down. There is a lovely path which runs beside the river so you can have a laugh watching other people get wet. If you get tired of walking why not stop for a picnic on one of their many picnic sites or visit their cafe.
All you need to bring with you is a swimsuit/trunks and a towel, the rest is all there for you.
Come and stay soon.