A holiday home in North Wales for your family, close to the Snowdonia
National Park. Situated outside the village of Llangynog, Graig Las is a semi detached, stone built barn conversion, set on the owner's land. This cottage has two bedrooms and sleeps up to six people. There is one ground floor double and a first floor double, as well as a family bathroom. The cottage also consists of a fitted kitchen with a dining area, a sitting room with a welcoming woodburner and a mezzanine sitting area with a sofabed. The outside of the cottage has a rear patio with garden furniture, a brazier, and a hot tub. There is off-road parking for up to two cars. Located close to many places of interest, and just fifteen miles from the market town of Bala, Graig Las is a wonderful base for exploring the Welsh countryside.
Kitchen & Dining:Bedroom(s):
- Video or DVD
- Internet Access
- 2 Double Bed(s)
- Bed Linen Provided
- Towels Provided
Garden and Outdoors:Special Facilities:
- Central Heating
- Wood Stove
Full oil central heating, woodburner in sitting room. The kitchen is equipped with an The kitchen is well equipped with an electric oven and hob, microwave, refrigerator, washing machine, colour TV, DVD, CD, hi-fi with docking centre, DVDs/books/games. Fuel, power & starter pack for woodburner inc. in rent (additional logs can be purchased from owner). Bed linen & towels included in the rent. Cot & highchair on request. There is private parking space for 2 cars. Rear patio with furniture & brazier. Shared use (with other cottage on site) of hot tub available by arrangement with owner 1st May - 1st Oct at £5 per session, payable direct to owner. Two well behaved pets welcome - must be kept on a lead while outside property. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 5 miles. Pub 2 miles. Please Note: Private water supply. Please Note: Stream running past property, young children must be supervised.
Llangynog is a village to the east of the Snowdonia National Park yet within an easy drive. There are views of the mountains from vantage points and plenty of country walks. Bala beside lake Llyn Tegid is 13 miles away, There is sailing, fishing and tables for picnics around the lake. The British Downhill Mountain Bike Championship route passes through Llangynog. Anyone who enjoys walking would find a variety of walks ranging from short pleasant strolls to longer challenges that connect with long distance footpaths such as Glyndwr's Way which runs from Knighton through to Welshpool.
Situated in breathtaking countryside amongst the Berwyn Mountains and wooded hills and valleys is the village of Llangynog. The village has two pubs and is ideal for climbing, birdwatching, walking and cycling. Lake Bala is nearby and is perfect for fishing and watersports, and a ride on the lakeside steam railway. Lake Vyrnwy, with its RSPB centre and Llanrhaeadr Waterfall are well worth visiting. Llangynog is a wonderful base to experience the delights of the surrounding area and Snowdonia National Park.
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Local Sports: Walking, golf.