Log cabin | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4
Please View Availability & Prices tab before emailing as these are fully up to date, and that we ONLY do Monday & Friday Start days.
That our pricing is for a minimum stay of 3 nights at weekends and 3/4 nights mid week, we do no further discounts for 1/2 nights stays you may stay 1 or 2 night but the price remains the same.
Imagine starry nights, a warm hot tub and a glass of wine, then think of a cosy log cabin near the woods and you have Wnion Wood. All you need do is book it.
Hidden in a clearing on the edge of woodland within the Wnion Valley, is our luxuriously appointed Wnion Wood with its private hot tub and sauna,cosy woodburning fire and free Wi-Fi. With two bedrooms King & twin that can convert to a superking , it sleeps a maximum of four guests. We can provide a cot & high chair for a baby. The exquisite comfy furnishings & spacious interior add to the homely atmosphere for that perfect romantic break, chill out or vacation This is not a "Holiday Lodge" its a proper Scandinavian log cabin home and has real homely feel. Sumptious sofas, quality mattresses and beautifully furnished , its the perfect place to unwind in comfort by a roaring log fire after a long country walk. The fully fitted kitchen / breakfast room overlooks the woods, here you can watch the wildlife . If the weather is good the Woodland Terrace garden is great to enjoy a BBQ or Sundowner from here a short path leads you to your private hot tub Don't worry about getting cold, we provide bathrobes for your stay. .Romantic breaks & Special Occasion Weekends are what we do best. Ideal for couples or families; this delicious eco friendly log cabin is so warm you will not want to leave it.. Don't take our word for it, read our reveiws. The spacious sitting room has two enormous sofas, great for cuddling on in front of the fire, the windows are dressed with beautiful drapes and good quality carpets underfoot all around. The high tech audio visual equipment is rare in this setting, but we want you enjoy your films & music . With free WiFI you may not want to go out!. The fully fitted kitchen is a deightful room overlooking the woods , lots of birds to identify. We have spotted Siskens, woodpeckers, nuthatches this spring & you will hear the cuckoo if you are lucky. Just three miles from the old Welsh market town of Dolgellau , it's the perfect base to explore this magical part of Southern Snowdonia famous for its steam railways and castles. With the Torrent & Precipice Walks almost on the doorstep, golf course at Dolgellau, and the Mawddach Cycle Trail to Barmouth, with its miles of sandy beaches and quaint harbour. These lodges are sure to appeal to all
We have some of the most beautiful scenery in Snowdonia on the doorstep the Torrent Walk just down the lane, Dolgellau is 3 miles away with its old fashioned shops, cafes and restaurants and over two humndred listed buildings.
Its idealy located to explore this area of castles, beaches and railways, great for cycling and hiking, sailing and white water rafting bear Bala. We even have a seaside caravan near Barmouth with stunning views of Cardigan Bay you can hire for a day!
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Liverpool John Lennon, Nearest railway: Barmouth|
|Family friendly||Suitable for children over 5|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Jacuzzi or hot tub, Sauna, Log fire, Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
Wnion Wood is owned and personally run by Phil Thompson who also own Milk Wood & Milk Wood Bach Each log cabin, although very similar from the exterior is unique in its interior design. Furnished in boutique style, simple and understated with the emphasis on comfort. Your weekend break or holiday should be a home from home experience with great quality beds and beautiful surroundings. Each lodge has its own garden, the owners live close by on this exclusive small unique complex of private residential log cabin homes
Bedrooms are equipped with clock/radios and hairdryers The large Hot tub is available all year round , bring your own towels for tub use or you can hire extra towels at a small charge.
One family bathroom with shower over bath
Sony 32 inch TV, Blu Ray, Amp, Mission Speakers
Two king size bedrooms . Max occupany 4 plus babe in arms High chair & travel cot on request, bedding for babies NOT provided
Dog basket on request for One small dog
Large kitchen/ breakfast room
|Further details outdoors|
Out door hot tub open all year.
Woodland type garden with terraces, not suitable for the infirm
Three steps up into property.
The property is located over two cattle grids ( tarmac road) and a car is essential. Safe parking for 2 cars.
Please note we do not do flexible start date and that we do Friday and Monday start dates ONLY, weeks Friday to Friday or Monday to Monday. Weekend 3 day short breaks Friday to Mondays or 4 days for the price of 3 Monday to Friday. However late arrival and early departure is not a problem. We do no further discount on these breaks for shorter periods. We may do a special price's but only within 10 days of the start date, please contact. Price is inclusive of hot tub, sauna, all heating, logs for the wood burner, Wi-Fi, all linen & bathrobes.
PLEASE NOTE THAT PRICING & AVAILABILITY are full up to date on this site and can be found under pricing and availability tabs at the top of the page and that the left hand column is the short break prices. Please ignore the daily rate column as they do not apply.
Important dog's, we do not take large breads and all dogs must be at least 1 year old. Charges may apply of £25 per dog. I need to know the age & breed before booking. We may waver the charge if very small. We do not take cats. Other pet enquire with me 01341 450 248.
Important children, we have restrictions, Babies and under 8's are strictly not allowed in hot tub, 8 to16 years old s must be with an adult at all times. Please state children's ages before booking as we reserve the right to apply a security deposit on bookings with young children. We do not take children between 1 to 4 years old for health and safety reasons. Hot Tub use restricted after 11pm until 8am, conditions apply.
This property sleeps 4 people maximum + baby.
Note we may take Christmas bookings on Saturday 21st to 28th Dec. or 20th-27th Dec But ONLY as a weeks booking.
The property to be left in same condition as found or extra cleaning charge applied.
Smoking not permitted in the building or around OR IN the hot tub.
No single sex parties or bookings by under 21's.
To book let me have your full address, telephone number and all other relevant information. I will email a quote from Holiday Letting. 25% deposit on booking, balance payment 2 months in advance of arrival date. Payment in full if booking made within 2 Months of arrival date. Payment will be on line, and can be bank or Credit card. On balance payment we will send directions and key detail.
Please note that the "prices from" at the top of the page are for a week's booking in the low season as a nightly rate.
Any other queries please don't hesitate in contacting me.
The North Wales region
Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. The Snowdonia National Park, situated in North Wales, boasts breathtaking mountain scenery, crystal clear lakes and cascading waterfalls. Climb Snowdon, which at 1085m is Wales highest mountain, or travel to the summit in style on the charming Mountain Railway. Nearby is Cader Idris , Wales second highest peak, great to climb and attracts less visitors. Alternatively, why not sample the beautiful green valley of Llangollen by steam train or from a leisurely horse-drawn canal boat. .You could also explore the beautiful coastline, safe sandy beaches and watersports of the Lleyn Peninsula,. Barmouth is our nearest beach , approx 30 mins drive. istoric Conwy, Victorian Llandudno or the Isle of Anglesey on the north coast are approx an hour and a half away by car.To the south, there's the lovely Brecon Beacons National Park, a haven of rugged moorland, forests and mountains that's just perfect for nature lovers and walkers. Finally, this area is well known for its many narrow guage steam railways, a perfect way to explore this beautiful land.
Dolgellau is an ancient market town with links going back to gold mining in the surrounding hills. It still has a Farmers Market every month where you can buy wonderful local produce and a genuine stock market weekly. if the weather stops your outdoor pursuits you can spend time browsing around the quaint local shops and enjoy a meal in one of the many good eateries in the town. Dolgellau has a good 9 hole golf course & Bala nearby has golf, an excellant swimming pool and sailing on the lake. For extreme sports , try white water rafting or rock climbing. The Cycle Path down the estuarry to Barmouth, where you cycle over the famous Barmouth Bridge is argDolgellau sits on the south bank of the Wnion River at the foot of Cader Idris, (Cadair Idris) in the south of the Snowdonia National Park in Gwynedd, West Wales. The area has long been known for its walks, with rocky crags, clear streams and cascading waterfalls. The rich wildlife includes red squirrels, pine-marten, otters and deer, as well as goshawks and goosander.
The Forest Park in Coed y Brenin is world renowned for it's fantastic network of Mountain Bike Trails. There is a restaurant and cycle shop (sales, repair, and hire) on the site and information on the many forest trails is to be found at the Visitor Centre.
Walking around Dolgellau and seeing the monumental chimney stacks, weird shaped roofs, the thick granite walls and the higgledy-piggledy street layout you could be forgiven for believing that Dolgellau was designed by the Brother's Grimm of fairy tale renown.
Dolgellau has a great future as both a cultural centre and as a tourist centre especially with the ever growing popularity of activity holidays. Climbers and hill walkers take advantage of the town's proximity to Cadair Idris, mountain bike riders visit the town for the world-class mountain bike trails available in the Coed y Brenin Forest, and bird watchers and nature lovers can't help but appreciate the beauty of the Mawddach estuary and the wild but beautiful countryside. Horse riding, angling, and white water rafting are other popular sports for visitors to Dolgellau.
Walks, Cycle Trails and Other Activities
There is "no better walk than from Barmouth through to Dolgellau other than from Dolgellau to Barmouth" the views of the Snowdonia mountains sweeping down to the Mawddach estuary are phenomenal. Penmaenpool and the Mawddach Estuary: Penmaenpool is some two miles from Dolgellau. The Mawddach estuary is a beautiful place for a walk or indeed a bike ride. The trail is some eight miles long leading to the railway bridge at Barmouth. For nature lovers and bird spotters there are two RSPB reserves in the Mawddach Valley, the Arthog and the Coed Garth Gell. Coed Garth Gell offers superb scenery and beautiful walks through oak woodland. In the spring, pied flycatchers, wood warblers, and redstarts can be seen and heard. Different types of warblers, reed buntings, and water rails can be seen at Arthog. Ravens and buzzards occur all year.
Precipice Walk: The Precipice walk is some three miles north east from Dolgellau. Although this is an upland walk it is on fairly level ground. Starting in woodland the walk soon opens up to splendid panoramas of Snowdonia, the Coed y Brenin Forest, the Rhinog mountains, the beautiful valley of the Afon Mawddach and finally Cadair Idris itself.
Torrent Walk: The Torrent Walk is some three miles east of Dolgellau running close to the River Clywedog. The ubiquitous ferns and mosses carpet the valley in a rich emerald green, massive boulders and tumbling waterfalls suggest the name of this walk.
Coed y Brenin Forest Park: Nine miles north of Dolgellau, Coed y Brenin has long been known for it's walks, with rocky crags and clear streams crashing over waterfalls. The rich wildlife includes red squirrels, pine-marten, otters and deer, as well as goshawks and goosander. Today the Forest Park is world renowned for it's fantastic network of Mountain Bike Trails. There is a restaurant and cycle shop (sales, repair, and hire) on the site and information on the many forest trails is to be found at the Visitor Centre.
Welsh history buffs might also like to know that Dolgellau was the location, in 1404, of Owain Glyndwr's last Welsh Parliament. Moreover, Dolgellau has another connection with Welsh Princes. Welsh gold has always been valued from Roman times to the present day and Dolgellau was the focus of the Welsh gold rush of the 19th Century.