Snowdonia Self Catering Apt
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Apartment | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 6
Our Snowdonia Self-Catering Apartment offers a great base for exploring the region. It occupies the top floor of a spacious Edwardian house on the edge of the beautiful Mawddach estuary in Snowdonia National Park.
The apartment sleeps 4 - 6 people, with one double bedroom, one twin bedroom (with an additional pull-out bed if needed) and one room with sofabed that can be used either as a third bedroom or a second sitting room - or both!
Available for week or weekend breaks, the private riverside location gives a feeling of exclusivity whilst being within easy reach of the towns of Dolgellau, Barmouth (Abermaw) and Fairbourne.
There are numerous attractions locally, including Snowdon itself, Cader Idris, the Mawddach Trail, mountain biking at the renowned Coed y Brenin mountain biking centre, as well as horse riding, local steam railways, castles, beautiful beaches and fishing.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||2 km|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest Amenities||2 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Liverpool 155 km, Nearest railway: Morfa Mawddach 700 m|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||DVD player, Sea view|
|General||TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Outdoors||Shared garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
The Apartment provides a warm and comfortable environment after a day spent enjoying the fantastic scenery and attractions of the Snowdonia National Park.
The fully equipped kitchen/diner provides a place for up to 6 people to cook and eat together while the sitting room provides space for relaxing, unwinding and reading or watching TV.
The two bedrooms provide one double bedroom and one twin bedroom (with an additional pull-out bed if needed), while the second sitting room has an excellent sofabed that can easily be adapted for sleeping. This room provides a window seat with amazing views over the ever-changing estuary, and can also serve as an office or studio.
There is one bathroom with a bathtub with shower, essential after long days in the open air.
Seating is also provided by the sea wall in front of the house. The perfect spot to enjoy a morning cup of tea or evening glass of wine!
|Further details outdoors|
Mawddach Crescent is a row of 8 turn-of-the-century Edwardian houses built on private land on the edge of the Mawddach Estuary on the west coast of North Wales.
Accessed via a private road through farmland, the Crescent is tucked in the lee of the Fegla Fawr hill, and offers stunning views across the estuary and the Snowdonia National Park.
The nearest town is Fairbourne, about 5 minutes away by car, around 10 minutes by bike. Home to a small supermarket, post office, fish and chip shop and a butchers (with excellent pork pies!), it also has a launderette in case of need. And don't miss out on Indiana, the surprisingly good Indian Restaurant.
Barmouth (Abermaw) is located on the other side of the estuary, but can be easily reached on foot, bike or by train by crossing the 900 metre Afon Mawddach bridge - a footbridge is incorporated in the landward side. Barmouth offers a number of cafes, restaurants and pubs, as well as amusement arcades, fishing trips and a large supermarket.
Dolgellau, about 20 minutes away by car, is the largest local town, and offers a full range of shops including a supermarket, bike shop, hardware store, and so on.
- Rates do not include bed linen or towels.
- Property must be cleaned before departure and left as found.
- A non-refundable deposit of 20% is required to confirm a booking.
- Weekly stays run from Saturday to Saturday
- Short Stay arrival days are flexible, subject to agreement
- Check in from 2pm. Check out by 11am.
- We do not allow pets or smoking in the apartment.
The Gwynedd region
The Snowdonia National Park is a paradise for people who love being outdoors and active, revel in beautiful scenery and having vast swathes of hillsides, mountains, forests, streams and waterfalls to explore.
However, it also has plenty of things to that don't involve strenuous exercise!
For more information please do not hesitate to contact us.
Go leisure walking, or hard mountain walking in the Snowdonia National Park
Go mountain biking at Coed y Brenin's dedicated mountain biking centre, or try the local trails in Macchynlleth
Go horse riding at Bwlchgwyn Farm, just a few minutes away
Cycle, or walk, the Mawddach Trail that runs alongside the Mawddach Estuary as far as Dolgellau
Take a stroll round Italianate Port Meirion, where they filmed the classic 60s series The Prisoner.
Visit nearby historic Harlech Castle.
Take the kids to Shell Island beach, and find some shells while you're there - guaranteed! It's called Shell Island for a reason.
Take a ride on the spectacular Cambrian steam train - or just watch in awe as it steams across the 900m Afon Mawddach bridge.
Smaller, but no less enchanting, take a trip on the Fairbourne Steam Railway.
Play a round of golf on one of Britain's most spectacular golf courses or try the equally impressive, and somewhat more famous, course at Royal St David's
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22 Feb 2014
"Stunning views and lots of things to do"
I booked the apartment for a week in August 2013 for myself, my teenage daughter and her friend and I can thoroughly recommend it. The apartment is comfortable, with good sized rooms and is well equip… More
25 Feb 2013
"AN ABSOLUTE HIDDEN GEM"
Having just booked our second holiday here for the summer, i felt it deserved a review. I stayed here end of last August with my partner and two children aged 14 and 9. A regular visitor to the surrounding area of Barmouth, we knew the area well so on first booking Mawddach Crescent, i was quietly confident that it would be good but nothing quite prepared us for rounding that last corner to the property and realising just how perfect a spot it was!
We took our bikes which is an absolute must for anyone staying here as it makes getting to and from Barmouth quick and easy even for someone not overly active...(like me!) Not to mention the endless cycle paths readily accessable from the doorstep.
The accommodation is basic, stylish and homely, adequately providing all that we needed coupled with the most amazing views from the front room windows. Being a Terraced property, outside we found ourselves socialising with neighbours whilst sitting on the wall crab fishing, my childrens favourite past time which kept us entranced for hours. A pleasurable 10 minute walk or even quicker bike ride and you are over the estuary into Barmouth which is a very pretty welsh seaside town with beautiful sandy beaches, sand dunes, donkey rides, harbour, icecream parlour, plenty of pubs, shops and restaurants to choose from.
No where have i been quite as beautiful and peaceful as here and we all can't wait to go back.
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