Get away for a relaxing rural retreat break in beautiful coastal Snowdonia with a stay at the Cow Shed, a beautiful high quality 3 bedroom barn conversion. This south-facing holiday barn offers luxurious accommodation for up to 6 and is located within the Llanfendigaid Country Estate. With huge picture windows, this property enjoys some fabulous countryside views.
Inside, the décor is light and airy and the neutral calming colours help to make this a truly relaxing place to stay. The spacious rooms and open plan style living area, add to this holiday barn’s appeal.
For relaxed sociable living, the open plan living area is ideal and comprised of a stylish high quality roomy kitchen which leads on to a dining area with huge windows where you can look out and enjoy the setting. The spacious dining area then leads around the corner to the cosier lounge area where there is ample comfortable seating, a flat screen TV, a stylish woodburner and a huge window with a wonderful countryside outlook.
Outside there is a smart courtyard style garden with a bench and outdoor seating so you can enjoy al-fresco dining in summertime.
In terms of bedrooms, there are two roomy super-king size bedrooms and one twin bedroom. One of the bedrooms has en-suite facilities and there is also a family bathroom.
This is a pet-friendly barn conversion and up to 2 dogs are welcome. The gravelled garden area is enclosed and there is an area of woodland to the side of the property which may appeal to those with dogs. The Wales Coastal Path can also be reached from near this fantastic holiday barn so there is plenty of opportunity to enjoy good walks.
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2011
Castles Miniature railways Centre for Alternative Technology Aberdyfi Mountains Waterfalls
Nearest Train Station or Airport: Station: Tonfanau (1 mile) Airport: Welshpool (35 miles), Birmingham (100 miles)
Recommended Places to Visit: Dolgoch Falls Centre for Alternative Technology Cader Idris Harlech Castle and many more...
Recommended Places to Eat Out: Indiana, Fairbourne Sea Breeze, Aberdyfi Riverside, Pennal
Local Sports: Sailing, golf, riding, sea & river fishing, quad biking, mountain biking, wind surfing, surfing, swimming
Aberdyfi is a lovely resort village that used to be (& still is) a fishing port. Llanfendigaid is in the countryside a little way north of Aberdyfi
Please visit the the owner's website to find out more about the holiday cottage, amenities, surrounding area and places to visit in Gwynedd.