Nant Gwynant, Snowdonia
This 17th century Welsh longhouse benefits from stunning views of Snowdonia National Park, and an unrivalled location at the foot of Mount Snowdon.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Celyn Snowdonia is owned and managed by Amy Searle.
You can ask a question or make a booking request directly with Amy Searle.
Perfectly positioned at the foot of Snowdon - Wales' highest mountain - sits this beautiful 17th century Welsh longhouse. Being right in the middle of Snowdonia National Park makes Celyn a nature lover's dream. Why not take a hike through the surrounding woodlands, take a walk along the beautiful Glaslyn river, or see if you can reach the summit of Snowdon? Apart from its ideal location, Celyn is also the perfect spot to sit in and enjoy the company of your loved ones. The longhouse sleeps up to four guests, in two double bedrooms. With its beautifully bedecked interior and cosy atmosphere, this charming cottage makes for the perfect small family or couples' retreat.
Bought by the current owners in 2018, Celyn has received a complete makeover in recent years. Guests will immediately be struck by the quality of the interior. The cottage is comprised of the highest quality furnishings, artwork adorns the walls throughout, while the colour scheme creates a warm and cosy air. The living room has a large corner sofa and wood burner to keep you nice and toasty in the colder months. The modern kitchen is spacious, fully equipped, and contains a four-seater dining table.
There are two beautifully decorated bedrooms, both with king size beds and all linen provided. The bathroom has a WC, bidet, sink and bath. There is also a laundry/utility room for your convenience. Step outside to enjoy the beautiful garden, with its gorgeous views of the surrounding woodland and the Snowdon Range. Why not partake in a spot of al-fresco dining by the BBQ and firepit?
Celyn is the ideal spot for those who love the outdoors. Take a walk down the drive to arrive at the Glaslyn river. Just a 10-minute walk along the river will take you to the Watkin Path. This specular hike brings you through ancient woodland, beside waterfalls and blue pools, past the ruins of old mines, and finally, atop the summit of mount Snowdon. Should you wish to venture further, then the cottage's location within Snowdonia National Park means you will have plenty to explore.
For a more urban experience, less than a 10-minute drive from Celyn is the historic village of Beddgelert. The village has a nice selection of pubs, eateries, and a fantastic ice-cream parlour! The Welsh Highland Railway also passes through Beddgelert. The fine coastal town of Porthmadog is approximately 25-minutes by car.
Pricing is just a guide. Please note that the prices may be different once you enquire with specific dates. The same goes for minimum night stays.
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