Gwynant Bach sleeps up to four guests (plus cot should you wish to bring one) in comfort and is new to the holiday rental market for 2016. Perfectly placed in the very heart of the Snowdonia National Park, this welcoming single-level cottage is located in the attractive, highly desirable Welsh village of Rowen. Offering all the modern conveniences and comforts of home, Gwynant Bach is ideal at any time of the year, and suits friends and families who want to enjoy the abundance of outdoor activities, stunning scenery and attractions this beautiful area has to offer.
Within just a few minutes' walk of the cottage is the award winning pub, Ty Gwyn - a popular place serving food and great place on a Friday night when providing traditional Welsh music for entertainment. Also in the village is the Conwy Water Gardens with its nature trail, aquatic centre, fishing and Dutch Pancake House serving sixty five different styles of pancakes catering for those with a savoury pallet or sweet tooth.
A short drive away from the cottage is Conwy with its magnificent medieval castle keeping a watchful eye over the town. Popular with tourist, Conwy not only has one of the country's most impressive castles, but it also has Britain's Smallest House, and one of the worlds first suspension bridges. The 16th Century townhouse of Plas Mawr at the towns heart and Aberconwy House are also highlights, along with the glorious beaches, shops, pubs and marina. For some adventure, water lovers will love Surf Snowdonia, and wildlife enthusiasts should pay Conwy RSPB nature reserve a visit (both ten minutes by car). Bodnant Gardens (National Trust) and Bodnant Farm Shop are also just ten minutes away.
The area offers plenty to keep the keenest of walkers occupied, whether you enjoy a sedate stroll or a full-on hike throughout Snowdonia. Tal-Y Fan is the smallest of peaks and considered to be the beginning of the fourteen peak challenge. Keeping a watchful eye over Rowen village, Tal-Y Fan is a popular starting point for those taking on the ascent. There are also more sedate walks in and around the village, and throughout the Conwy Valley, as well as plenty of opportunity for adventure with Zip World Fforest, Velocity Quarry Tour and Bounce Below just a few of the adventures you can have within thirty to forty minute drive.
The seaside resort of Llandudno is even closer and just fifteen minutes by car offering a day of Victorian seaside fun with its promenade for a stroll, shopping, pier and the magnificent Great Orme.
Perfectly placed centrally within North of Wales, Gwynant Bach is an ideal base for visiting the historic towns of Snowdonia, beautiful beaches, magnificent castles such as Betws-Y-Coed and Caernarfon, exploring the island of Anglesey, or simply relaxing and enjoy the abundance of outdoor adventures available on the doorstep - a perfect location for a weekend break or family holiday at any time of the year.
Helen Gregson-Holmes joined Independent Cottages in August 2016
Outside: There is a patio area and seating which is ideal for BBQS. Loading and unloading parking available next to the house as well as off-street parking on the road opposite.
Additional information: WiFi internet access available. A flexible changeover day will be offered where possible, please contact the owner if required. The cottage has under floor heating keeping it snug and warm in the winter months. Please feel free to contact the owners should you require any further information or have a special request.
| Sat, 18 Nov 2017 for 7 nights, £400
| Sat, 25 Nov 2017 for 7 nights, £400