Tal y Waen
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Tal y Waen is a traditional stone and slate three-bedroomed, farmhouse sleeping 6. Nestling in the mountains above Llanberis, it is a good option for families who are looking for houses to rent at a very affordable price.
The property is located six miles from Snowdon on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park, there are spectacular views of the sea ,Caernarfon, and Anglesey, The location is perfect for visiting Snowdon and the other magnificent mountains of the Snowdonia National Park, the North Wales beaches and coast, Anglesey and the Lleyn peninsular, and the historical towns of Caernarfon, Conwy and Beaumaris.
The Old Farmhouse Kitchen
The kitchen has a Rayburn nestling in its inglenook (this is not normally lit in the summer unless its unseasonably cold) and is fully fitted with modern units and appliances. There is cooker, fridge, dishwasher, Kenwood chef and all the pans and cooking equipment you might possibly need to prepare the most elaborate meals and, if you just want to bung something in the microwave - there's one of those too! We provide all cleaning materials including dishwasher tablets.
The Utility Room
This room doubles as an efficient drying room with plenty of hanging space, dehumidifier and floor-level heater. There is also a washing machine, tumble dryer and fridge/freezer. Leading off the utility room is a downstairs toilet and basin and a separate electric shower room.
The Atmospheric Lounge
The lounge has a huge inglenook fireplace, a sofa and six other chairs. The bookshelves bulge with every sort of book to snuggle up with next to the fire including our comprehensive library of books on mountaineering and Wales. There's a freesat colour T.V. , a DVD player and a music system to play CDs , MP3s and tapes.
The bathroom has a bath, toilet and basin
Opposite the bathroom is a small bedroom sleeping two in a bunk bed. There's another bedroom sleeping four in two bunk beds and a double bedroom. All beds have bedside lights and come with all bedding (continental quilts and two pillows each) ready made up. There are plenty of spare blankets and hot water bottles should you feel chilly. Also, unlike many other self-catering properties. We also provide towels.
The house has its own front garden and patio out the back with table and chairs for enjoying 'al fresco' meals. There is plenty of parking in front of the house.
What is included in the price?
We include all bed linen and one bath towel per person plus bath mats, tablecloth, tea towels and dishcloths. We also provide dishwasher tablets, washing powder, bin bags and cleaning materials, some toilet rolls and soap.
Also included in the price is all coal and electricity. The oil fired Raeburn central heating is not normally on during July and August. , but is outside those months, and is included in the price.
Hot water is from a large immersion heater. Electricity is included in the price
Tesco and Asda can deliver to the property if you order online and contact us to warn us if they are delivering before you arrive.
Deniolen village is a mile away and has two shops and a pub. There are more extensive shops including banks, cafes, takeaways ,cash machines, chemists, ironmongers, butchers and bakers in Llanberis and Bethesda each 3 miles away. Large supermarkets , stores and swimming pools can be found 8 miles away in Caernarfon and Bangor.
Weekly, £350 - £680
Daily, £70 - £140
Rated Excellent on Trip Advisor
"I wanted to take a group of six hiking in Snowdonia and rent a cottage out in the hills. Tal Y Waen was perfect for us - three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a really lovely and cosy living room. When we weren't out in the mountains we enjoyed languishing in the living room with a roaring fire, reading some of the large collection of mountaineering and adventure books there. The dining room gave us space to have an excellent sit down dinner on the the Saturday evening. WiFi and a HiFi with MP3/iPod connection provided any additional entertainment we required. We will be coming back! Thank you for a lovely stay."
Jimbo P, London
"A lovely big open fire was the feature of this house. All was clean, facilities were good, location had stunning far reaching views over to the sea with a mountain backdrop. Four of us stayed very comfortably and it provided an excellent location for walking in Snowdonia. Highly recommended!"
"We enjoyed our week in the cottage which was the idea base for our walking,touring and star gazing. The cottage has eveything you need for a comfortable stay with the owners next door very happy to help, they quickly sorted an electrical problem, but in no way intrusive. It is a charming cottage with lots of character, many shelves of useful books, it was a shame the boys found the cleverly hidden TV. You do have to travel to find a nice walk but not very far. It is down a very quiet lane with lovely views. The thrush that made its nest in the window box thought so too."