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Tyn-y-Fach is an 18th century grade II listed semi-detached cottage with many original features.

The kitchen has an electric hob and oven, dishwasher, fridge freezer, washing machine & tumble dryer

The lounge comprises of 3 two seater sofas, 2 armchairs, a log burner & an electric storage heater

The bathroom comprises of a bath with overhead mixer shower, sink & underfloor electric heating

Master bedroom comprises of a double bed, a chest of drawers, sofa & electric storage heater

Bedroom 2 has 2 single beds, 2 bedside chest of drawers, and an electric storage heater

Bedroom 3 is the largest bedroom and comprises of a double futon bed, 2 single beds & chest of draws

Bedroom 3 is the largest bedroom and comprises of a double futon bed, 2 single beds & chest of draws

Shower room includes an electric power shower, wash basin, toilet & underfloor electric heating

View from Bedroom 3 looking down Dysynni Valley towards Bird's Rock

View of Tyn-y-Fach from Bird's Rock

The shallow River Cader runs close to the cottage and provides fun all year round

Beautiful beaches nearby at Tywyn (8 miles away), Llyyngwril (11 miles), Aberdovey (12 miles)

From your doorstep you can enjoy beautiful and spectacular walks

From the cottage you can enjoy gentle bike rides down the quiet valley lanes or up mountain tracks!

Fishing is available at Tal-y-Llyn lake (5 miles away)

Pony Trekking is available 15 miles away at Bwlchgwyn Farm

Aberdovey Golf Club is located 12 miles away and provides a 18 hole championship golf course

King Arthur's Labyrinth is located just 10 miles away at Corris and is a must for Merlin fans!

The Talyllyn Steam Railway is only 3 miles away & was the first preserved steam railway in the world

St Michael's Church is only half a mile away and houses an exhibition about Mary Jones

Castell-y-Bere is an ancient castle less than a mile from Tyn-y-Fach. Open all year round.

Abergynolwyn is 2 miles away and as well as the steam railway provides the local pub and cafe.