A quirky cosy couples retreat, set in an elevated position commanding unrivalled countryside and sea views. Perfect for exploring Snowdonia National Park and the coast and countryside in North Wales.
Retreat to this enticing hideaway near LLwyngwril in the southern swathe of the Snowdonia National Park. Gaze out over the countryside towards the sea as you relax inside or out at the charming, one-bedroom hut, which sleeps two guests. Wander down to the beach from this romantic abode, head out on long walks or cycle rides from your cottage. Visit Aberdovey to play golf, go surfing or to sail, canoe or paddleboard, or look out for dolphins in the waters of Cardigan Bay.
Climb the stairs and enter this bijou holiday home, which is next to the owner’s but enjoys its privacy, to find yourselves in an open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner/bedroom. Light the wood burner on chilly evenings and throw open the French doors on warm mornings. Choose a film to watch on the TV with DVD/Blu-ray or cook a romantic dinner for two in the kitchen area then dine together at the table or out in the fresh air, taking in the coastal vistas. Relax in the comfortable double bed at the end of each fun-filled day and wake up the next morning with a hot shower. Light the BBQ on balmy evenings and relax out on the decking as the sun goes down over the sea. There is space to store bikes and canoes at the hut and there is plenty of parking.
Drive or cycle 3 miles into Fairbourne then catch the water ferry over to Barmouth, often described as the place where the mountains meet the sea. Potter in the shops here, have something to eat and even go to the theatre. Make a 10-mile trip into beautiful Snowdonia to see the Dolgoch Falls or head 19 miles to Corris Mine Explorers to wander the caverns, chambers and tunnels of a disused Welsh slate mine.