Holiday Cottage Snowdonia - Tanygrisiau - North Wales
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Cottage Details

All the basics are provided to enable you to self-cater and have a comfortable base from which to explore the North Wales region. Visitors have left unsolicited feedback on Ebay to say the cottage is "cosy",  "a good place to chill out", "a great hideaway" and a "fantastic location".

There is one large bedroom with two bunk beds that can sleep four adults and will easily accommodate a cot, if you need to bring one.

The bathroom has an electric shower, electrical shaver point, wash basin,toilet and heated towel rail. A bath for a baby is provided.

The kitchen includes the basics,such as ‘Baby Belling’ cooker, microwave, table-top fridge, toaster, hot-water heater etc.

The sitting room has a stereo system to play your own tape-cassettes and CD’s or listen to the radio (no TV). The wood burning stove can generate enough heat to warm the whole cottage; excellent for baking potatoes, heating a kettle etc.. Wood for burning is included. All rooms have electric heaters. Two 2-settees replace the 3-seat settee. (Photos to be updated)

A feature of the garden is the walk-through Rhododendron tree which attracts many varieties of small birds and where the wood store is located. A supply of wood is kept beneath the tree. A gate at the bottom of the garden gives you access to the path and the hillock from where you get a wonderfull all-round panoramic view overlooking the reservoir and the Ffestiniog (narrow gauge) Railway. See Local Scenery

There is a service road at what was the back of the cottage in the days when Slate Miners used to live here. The road is officially unadopted. There is enough width for two cars to pass and to gain access with a trailer/horse box. This is now the front entrance and you can see where you have to turn on the water when you arrive.

There are two main parking areas; one off-road at the end of the terrace and another on the Cwmorthin Road opposite the path leading to the terrace. Access along the service road must be observed to enable neighbours to pass and to turn around in the car park. You may also park opposite the cottage, unless already occupied by the neighbour.



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