Cwm yr Afon
4 star self catering cottage, sleeps 4, situated at the foot of Snowdon
Cwm yr Afon is a former quarryman’s cottage built in the 19th century. It has been renovated to a high standard and retains many original features.
The self catering cottage sleeps 4 and has stunning views back and front. It's in a superb location to explore the mountains, coast and all that North Wales has to offer. It's ideal for walkers, cyclists, canoeists, fishermen and anyone who wants to unwind in a relaxing cottage.
The accommodation comprises of a beamed Lounge with an inglenook fireplace with granite lintel. The slate hearth houses a wood burning stove. It has a comfortable leather sofa and leather easy chair. It has a Freesat TV with built in DVD player and CD player with i-pod docking station.
The beamed country pine kitchen has all modern appliances. There is a washer/dryer, gas hob and electric cooker, microwave oven, toaster, kettle, fridge and countertop freezer. There is a combi boiler for heating and hot water.
Bedroom one has views of the River Gwyrfai and Rhyd Ddu forest. It has a double bed and a pine tallboy with hanging space and drawer storage. It has bedside shelves housing lamps. Bedroom two has views of Snowdon and the surrounding hills. It has two single beds and a bedside cabinet with a lamp.
Bedroom three has been converted to a changing room. It has a wardrobe, chest of drawers with mirror and stool. The bedrooms original pine floors and doors have been exposed and so has the original pine boards on the ceiling and walls.
We provide the bedding and towels, all you need to do is unpack and enjoy our lovely cottage.
We have complimentary tea, coffee, milk and sugar. There is also a fresh homemade Bara Brith (Fruit Cake) for you to enjoy on your arrival.
The modern bathroom has WC, sink and a bath with a shower.
The enclosed garden has a washing line, bike store, brick built barbeque and hardwood table and chairs. The decked area at the bottom of the garden overlooks the River Gwyrfai where there is an abundance of wildlife. We’re very fortunate to have pipistrelle bats living near the garden. The bats are nocturnal and come out at night to hunt for insects depending on the time of year.
We supply an initial supply of logs for you which will be sufficient for the first night or two. If you need any more logs, Emma and Menno in the tea rooms, 2 doors up will be willing to sell further supplies of seasoned Logs and kindling to you, these will be better quality than those sold in garages!
- The Boiler provides central heating and all hot water upon demand.
- No pets and no smoking inside the cottage.
- The price includes heating and towels.
- Free wirless broadband
Rhyd Ddu is an ideal base for your holiday in the Snowdonia National Park. The sherpa bus has a regular service in the village so there is no need for you to use your car. The Welsh Highland Railway has a station in the village. So taking the train is another option for you to take. From Rhyd Ddu you can walk up Snowdon and The Nantlle Ridge.
When you stay at Cwm Yr Afon a visit to the Ty Mawr Tearooms two doors down to the right is a must!
Emma and Menno make a superb all day breakfast or (my favourite) Uitsmijter (Dutch Fried Egg & Ham Breakfast) with a cup of Dutch coffee!
Turn left and 25 metres is the Cwellyn Arms which has good food and a wide range of Beers.
There is a fish and chip shop in Waunfawr which is 4 miles away.
Peak £572, Mid £426, Low £284, High-Low £357