Cae Asaph, Llandbedr-Y-Cenin near Tal-Y-Bont, North Wales And Snowdonia


If you are thinking about summer holiday choose north wales Snowdonia this time as from Mount Snowdon to the Italianate village of Portmeirion the place has many attractions for travelers.

Visit the royal palace made by Edward, National Slate Museum located in the original Victorian Engineering workshops of the Dinorwig Slate Quarry, Wales’ highest mountain on the only rack and pinion railway in the UK Snowdon Mountain Railway, Lloyd George Museum at Llanystumdwy, Criccieth, is open from Easter to October, including bank holidays and other times by appointment.

for a better stay, you can book summer relaxing cottage Cae Asaph listed in the category of Hooplahotels. You can book it on hefty discounts.

An original, detached, stone-built, traditional cottage, within the grounds of the owner’s property, and set in a secluded elevated position on the outskirts of the village of Llanbedr-y-cennin with panoramic river valley views.

Ideal for those who want seclusion and quiet or a fantastic country activity holiday.

The studio accommodation is charming and homely with original A-frame beams and a woodburner in an inglenook fireplace.

There is a double bed, a small sofa and matching chair and dining table with two wooden chairs.

There is a small kitchen area which has a microwave and small fridge.

Outside there is a large sloping garden with two ponds which is secluded and has fantastic views of the surrounding countryside.

The cottage is set in 5-acres of gardens and woodland and there are trails through the woods for you to explore.

The native woodland reveals interesting sculptures along its paths

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The studio is ideal for those interested in wildlife and in particular bird watching.

Buzzards and red kites soar overhead and a wide variety of birds busy themselves in the tree canopy.

Twitchers are regular visitors tothe village as they seek the elusive hawfinch.

There are some wonderful walks from the cottage and the North Wales coastline is a 20 minute drive away, together with many biking trails and centres which are all within easy reach of the property.

A lovely studio cottage providing an ideal rural retreat and base to explore the cascading waterfalls and majestic mountain landscape of the Snowdonia National Park.

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