Fabulous period cottage with sun terrace, garden and sea views on the edge of Bethesda, perfect for two or four to explore the countryside, coast and culture in North Wales and Snowdonia National Park.
This delightful period cottage on the edge of Bethesda is elevated with far-reaching rural and coastal views. A perfect retreat for you and your dog with walkies from the door and a cosy lounge to let sleeping dogs lie. From the gate, pick up the scent of the local dog-friendly pub and explore the nearby walks along the way. Once you’ve settled in perhaps visit the nature reserve, Cwm Idwal, for a longer walk or if you have boundless energy keep going and join footpaths across to Snowdonia National Park.
This gorgeous Welsh cottage has a simply stunning interior. There are fabulous views from both of the spacious and stylish bedrooms towards the Menai Straits. Luxurious touches, such as the rocking chair placed in the king-size bedroom, unique artwork and the stain glassed window in the lounge, help to renew the weary. For creative cooks, the kitchen is perfectly formed to shape your artistry. The hallway offers dog tail-shaped hooks to hang up your collars, coats and leads, and the shaded secret garden with a babbling brook will set tails wagging and is compelling relaxation for nature enthusiasts. There is plenty of storage for bikes or canoes and parking for two cars at the property.
There is so much to see and do from Bethesda. Within 5 miles, a wag of a tail, you can leave paw prints in the sand, be on the coastal path, go shopping in Bangor, or visit Penrhyn Castle where they welcome dogs. If you want to challenge yourselves, less than 2 miles away is Zip World at Penrhyn quarry, but seeing you fly through the air may just send the dog barking mad! Or perhaps push the boundaries and climb that mountain with your canine friend.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.