2 Smyth St, Caernarfon, Beddgelert, Gwyndd, North Wales
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Description of Clydfan CottageClydfan is a delightful Grade II listed holiday cottage that sleeps up to 4 guests in 2 bedrooms. Overlooking the river Glaslyn, this former miner's cottage is ideally positioned in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park in the picturesque village of Beddgelert, amidst the lakes and mountains.
Lovingly restored, Clydfan is under a 2 minute walk from the centre of the village with amenities that include a village shop, pubs, cafes and restaurants. The cottage is in a stunning riverside location where you can enjoy alresco dining during the spring and summer months.
Beddgelert is set amongst stunning scenary and has much to offer those who enjoy outdoor activities or who are seeking a quiet getaway.
There are pretty walks around the village and along the river. You can take a train ride on the Welsh Highland Railway to explore the surrounding countryside or walk one of Snowdon's prettiest walks, the Watkin path, accessible just a kilometre from the cottage. Alternatively, simply relax in one of the cafres or pubs and enjoy a leisurely lunch.
The wider area also offers plenty of attractions. The coastal towns of Porthmadog and Caernarfon are within easy reach, as are Bodnant Gardens, the Portmeirion Village, Glaslyn Osprey Project, Tree Top Adventures and the Sygun Copper Mine.
Whether you want to explore this picturesque part of North Wales with its many attractions, simply want to relax within a beautiful setting, this cosy character holiday cottage provides a perfect retreat at any time of the year.
Features of Clydfan Cottage
Local InformationThe village grocery shop, pubs, cafes, restaurants are 2 minutes walk
Accessibility DetailsThe property is not suitable for wheelchair users.
ChangeoverChangeover day is Saturday
Booking Conditions£100 deposit, £75 refundable security deposit
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