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Brynygwin near Dolgellau in Snowdonia has 20% off any slots or full weeks still free from now till end August.
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Brynygwin - Dolgellau
Brynygwin, nestled within Snowdonia National Park, offers a range of self-catering holiday accommodation set in a charming 20-acre setting, near Dolgellau. With five acres of gardens and 15 acres of woodland, along with a beautiful river for fishing, it is tempting to simply kick back and relax whilst on holiday, without ever venturing off the estate.
Book your next Welsh holiday adventure at one of Brynygwins' self-catering apartments or cottages for holidays and short breaks.
Brynygwins two holiday cottages were once service buildings for the main country house. Now fully converted, each cottage is warm and inviting, with modern kitchens and bathrooms.
The Mews is the smaller of the two cottages, and sleeps 3, with a double bedroom and a pull-out bed in the living room. An open log fire is a welcoming feature, after a day out walking in the surrounding countryside.
The second cottage, Ty Clyd, sleeps up to 5 or 6, and has a bedroom on the ground floor, as well as two further bedrooms upstairs. From the cottage gardens, the views stretch out to the Aran Mountains, 15 miles away.
The holiday apartments/flats are part of the main country house.
Flat 2 sleeps 11 people, and this can be extended to 14 by arrangement, making it perfect for an extended family or a group of friends.
Flat 3 offers studio accommodation for couples or those holidaying alone. It is a charming and inviting holiday bolthole, much appreciated by everyone staying here.
All of the holiday accommodation at Brynygwin includes Wifi and colour TVs. Kitchens include ovens, hobs, microwaves and fridge freezers. All bathrooms have power showers. A laundry room is available and bedding can be supplied on request.
All guests have access to Brynygwins extensive grounds, along with permission to fish on the river that flows through the grounds. From a leisurely picnic on the lawns to a day spent exploring the woodlands, Brynygwin captivates visitors and offers the opportunity to relax and unwind in a tranquil setting.
For those looking to explore the area, there is much to see and do, right on the doorstep. Cader Idris is one of the most popular mountains in Wales and rewards hikers with truly spectacular views. The Pony Path is the easiest of the trails that lead to the summit and the ascent via this route is likely to take around 3 leisurely hours. If uphill walking isn't quite your thing, the Mawddach Trail may appeal instead. This flat trail winds along the stunning Mawddach estuary, between Barmouth and Dolgellau, and is a great walk for families.
For those looking for an unusual day out, a visit to the Centre for Alternative Technology may be just the ticket. The 7-acre site offers an in-depth look at sustainable technology and practice and appeals to adults and children alike. Interactive displays cover renewable energy, self-sufficiency, environmentally-friendly building and much more. No matter what level of interest you have in alternative technologies and environmental issues, the Centre will fascinate, inform and entertain you.
From an active holiday for all the family to a romantic break for a couple, Brynygwin really does offer it all. The unique nature of Brynygwin means that visitors always feel relaxed and at ease. Each property offers peaceful, private accommodation in a truly memorable location, with many guests returning year on year.