Penmaenucha Farm is home to the Helm which sleeps four guests in two bedrooms, along with five other self-catering cottages which nestle in an enviable position on a farm of some six hundred acres, which extends from the picturesque Mawddach Estuary all the way to the base of one of the most spectacular mountains in Wales, Cader Idris.
Sitting in the Snowdonia National Park, the holiday cottages are a short stroll from the George III Hotel (just two hundred yards) and the Mawddach RSPB Nature Reserve. Fairbourne and Barmouth's glorious golden beaches are also just a short car ride away.
Ideal for outdoor activities, the local area is great for mountain biking, fishing, pony trekking and golf to name but a few. It is also within easy reach of a whole host of attractions including Portmerion (Wales most popular attraction); Electric Mountain; Coed y Brenin Visitors Centre with its excellent mountain bike trails; Centre For Alternative Technology; King Arthur's Labyrinth; Llechwedd Slate Quarry and Llanfair Slate Caverns and Children's Farm to name just a few. There are also castles, gardens and beaches just waiting to be explored!
Whether you are looking for a relaxing holiday or an action packed adventure with outdoor pursuits and attractions, Penmaenucha Farm is an ideal holiday destination at any time of the year.
Mr & Mrs Owen joined Independent Cottages in February 2009
The Helm has been converted to provide holiday accommodation of a high standard. Offering upside down accommodation to make the most of the wonderful views, the Helm sits in a lovely position where you can enjoy looking out over the estuary and mountain ranges.
Additional information/facilities: A wood biomass boiler provides heating which is included in the price along with electricity; Underfloor heating on the ground floor; Garden Furniture provided; Ample parking and enclosed farmyard; Pets are welcome. Please note the washing machine and tumble dryer are located in the communal laundry room which is shared with other guests.
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