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Snowdrop Stone Cottage
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Snowdrop Cottage is a delightful and cosy detached stone cottage in the beautiful village of Talysarn.
The pet-friendly cottage is nestling in the foothills with its own spectacular view of mount Snowdon and is only a very short drive to the beautiful beach of Dinas Dinlle (5 miles). You will be spoilt for choice with all the surrounding scenic walks and lots of interesting things to do.
It is the ideal location to have an enjoyable and relaxing break away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. If you are looking for a tranquil break then snowdrop cottage is for you.
It is also a divers paradise being a short walk to the popular Dorothea Quarry and the magnificent Caernarfon Castle being just 15 minutes drive away.
More about the cottage:
The house itself has gas central heating from a combi boiler and has an equipped kitchen, 2 large bedrooms upstairs and a smaller bedroom downstairs to the front of the cottage. The house has a great deal of charm and has retained a lot of its original features including an original slate wall in the main lounge.
Rooms: 3 Bedrooms, 1 bathroom and 1 shower room both have W.C
Furniture: Single beds (2), Double beds (2) (1 Single Sofa bed), Sleeps maximum of 5
Bedroom 1:1 Double Bed, small wardrobe, two bedside tables with two table lamps
Bedroom 2: 2 Single beds, chest of drawers, two bed side tables with table lamps
Shower room(upstairs):Enclosed shower cubicle, sink and toilet
Bedroom 3(downstairs): There is a small bedroom to the front of the house which contains a single sofa bed.
Bathroom(downstairs): Bath with an electric shower, sink and toilet
Outdoors: Private garden, Parking space to the front of the cottage
Further details outdoors: The house has a parking space to the front and a terrace garden to the rear.If you have more than one car there is plenty of parking in a car park just 30 yards from the cottage. There are a number of walks from the house and great views over the Nantlle ridge and summit of Snowdonia. The nearest path to Mount Snowdon is only 6 miles away from the house in the quaint village of Rhyd-Ddu. The path to Dorothea Quarry is a few minutes walk from the cottage.
About the area:
The things to do in North Wales is endless. There are many family attractions including zoos, farm parks, steam trains, leisure centres and events from cultural festivals and agricultural shows to family fun days. The area also offers a wide range of activities including walking, cycling, fishing, diving, golf and water sports.
In the North Wales / Snowdonia / Gwynedd Region
North Wales has many astonishing Mountains, unspoiled Lakes and peaceful beaches to explore all steeped in legends including the one of King Arthur.
Places of interest include the beautiful village of Beddgelert, historic town of Caernarfon and its famous castle where Prince Charles was invested as the Prince of Wales.
The exciting Ffestiniog steam railway runs from Porthmadog all the way to Caernarfon through the heart of Snowdonia. All this is easily accessible from Snowdrop cottage, being just a short drive away.
The Caernarfon / Talysarn area
With plenty of Slate Mines to explore and gold panning available, you won't be disappointed. There are also local pleasure flights from Dinas Dinlle airport and Dorothea Quarry to explore and enjoy.
There is a leisure centre locally if required however the great outdoors is the main attraction here. The lovely isle of Anglesey is close by and has famous beaches, nature reserves and even a ferry port to Ireland.
If you are planning a family day trip and are looking for things to see & do during your visit then North Wales has plenty to offer. With family and heritage attractions, indoor and outdoor activities along with shopping and an extensive programme of events. To the West of the region lies the Snowdonia Mountain Range which attracts climbers and walkers of all abilities. On the Llyn Peninsula, you will find some of the best sailing and surfing beaches that Wales has to offer attracting visiting from all over the world. Ynys Mo- Isle of Anglesey is surrounded by 125 miles of coastline and has a wealth of historical sites dating back to 4000 BC. This is an ideal day trip for families as the coastal resorts offer sandy beaches and fun attractions.
Please Note: Dogs must not be left alone in the cottage. Please make sure Dogs are kept of the furniture and not allowed on the beds. Children must be supervised at all times whilst in the back garden.