This mid terrace, 19th Century cottage is in the village of Llan Ffestiniog in the Snowdonia National Park and can sleep six people in three bedrooms. 25 Tyn y Maes is a stone-built, mid terrace, 19th century cottage on the edge of the village of Llan Ffestiniog close to the centre of the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales. With three bedrooms consisting of one double, one twin and one single with extra pull-out bed as well as a family shower room, this cottage can sleep up to six people. The rest of the accommodation includes a fitted kitchen and a sitting room with a dining area and a gas fire. To the outside of the cottage is off road... parking for one small to medium size car plus roadside parking in front of the cottage, a shed for bike storage and a gravel sitting area to the rear with garden furniture. With stunning beaches nearby and the whole of Snowdonia to discover, 25 Tyn y Maes is bound to have something for everyone.
Amenities: Gas central heating with gas fire in sitting room. Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer in outhouse, flat screen TV, DVD. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Highchair and stairgate. Off road parking to rear for small to medium size car plus roadside parking in front of cottage. Shed for bike storage. Gravel sitting area to rear with garden furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop 3 mins walk, pub 2 mins walk, restaurant 2.5 miles. Note: Max 5 adults and 1 child.
Region: Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South.
Town: The village of Llan Ffestiniog is situated near the centre of the Snowdonia National Park. Nearby Blaenau Ffestiniog was known in the 18th Century as the 'City of Slate' and offers a good range of shops and pubs, whilst the surrounding area boasts a variety of things to see and do. Enjoy a ride on the famous Ffestiniog Railway or simply take some time to admire the stunning mountainous views available from all aspects. With excellent walking, mountain biking and cycling, wonderful sandy beaches, great fishing, a wealth of delightful towns and villages scattered throughout the area, this lovely location has something for everyone, at any time of year!Read more
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Winter Short Breaks (WSB) are available at many properties in the "Winter" period - subject to availability. Extra nights are charged pro rata of the weekly rental. Off Season Breaks (OSB) are available at many properties in parts of the "Low" and "Mid" periods - subject to availability. The price for a 3 night break is either 75% of the normal weekly rental or, if it is higher, the quoted Winter Short Break price. Extra nights are charged pro rata of the weekly rental. OSBs can be booked within a calendar month of the start date of the holiday. "Last Minute Breaks" (LMB) are available at most properties throughout the "LOW", "MID", "HIGH", "PEAK", "XMAS" and "NEW YEAR" periods. The price for a 3 night break is either 65% of the normal weekly rental or, if it is higher, the quoted Winter Short Break price. Extra nights are charged pro rata of the weekly rental. LMBs can be booked within one week of the start date of the holiday.
Left on 08/25/2011 for a stay in June 2011 | Michael Jones
Llan Ffestioniog is not well known; its larger neighbour, Blaenau Ffestioniog, is though well known for its dour slate and railway to get away from it. However, Llan Ffestioniog is central to so many of North Wales' locations - railways, mountains, walks and slate.
The village itself is small, quiet - but that's its asset. No one stops there. Tynymaes is a quiet cul de sac that just disappears in the midst of the hills around.
Behind the cottage is a vast graveyard, (there seem to be more dead than alive in the village), but it too contributes to the cottage's quiet ambience. But also visible from the cottage and between it and the graveyard is a small hill, like Dylan Thomas's Mount Llareggub, a molehill amongst surrounding giants, but the view from the bench on its summit, only a couple fo jumps away from the cottage, is 360 degrees of mountains, sheep and farms. An hour was spent onteh first eveing watching th e sun go dwon,and contemplating life, the universe and everything.
The cottage is restful, large, with a very spacious living room and sofas for the inevitable but thankfully only sometimes-rain - and also has a good tv so one can plan the direction of travel for the next day.
Would I stay there again? Definitely.
Left on 08/18/2011 for a stay in June 2011 | Chris & Pat Bishop
The cottage is in an excellent location, with good views and plenty to see and do. It was a good size and had excellent facilities. The main drawback was the bare minimum of furnishings, crockery and kitchen utensils - there was only just about enough for the two of us. The DVD player control was missing and there was no outdoor furniture as promised. We understand that this property is new to the holiday market, and these minor problems could easily be rectified to turn this very pleasant holiday cottage into an excellent one.
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