This Grade II* listed building is set in the stunning Snowdonia National Park, with a history dating back to the 13th century.
Sitting on the south of Wales' historic Snowdonia region - and just a short walk from the Irish Sea - is Llanfendigaid House. This stunning country house has a history dating all the way back to the 13th century. Sleeping up to 17 guests, this charming house is the perfect setting for group celebrations or a large family excursion. On site, guests can explore the gorgeous local countryside, enjoy some al fresco dining by the BBQ, or even arrange a day of pampering. And if that wasn't enough, there is even a heated indoor swimming pool.
The interior has been refurbished with the historical character of the house kept firmly in mind. Period features can be found throughout - such as panelled walls and timber framing - while various family portraits, antiques, and memorabilia collected by the owners over 200 years add to the unique character of Llanfendigaid. There are two reception rooms: one with a TV and the other housing a collection of books. Both have comfortable seating and a wood burning stove. The dining room has a large table which seats 16 guests, while the fully equipped kitchen provides the ideal catering setting for large groups. The house has nine bedrooms which can sleep up to 18 guests in total: four super king, one standard double, two twin rooms, one triple bedroom, one single bedroom, and two cots (one with its own room). There are also two-family bathrooms and three WCs.
The house is surrounded by a gorgeously maintained acre of private garden, which includes its very own BBQ and outdoor dining area. In the summer months this is the perfect setting for some al fresco dining. There are also a further three acres of shared ground on the estate for guests to explore.
Llanfendigaid House is in the south of Snowdonia, one of three national parks in Wales (and containing the highest peaks outside of Scotland). The region is known for its sprawling open lands and mountainous landscape and is a favourite of nature lovers. The wonderfully varied landscape consists of steep river gorges, picturesque waterfalls, green valleys, and charming country villages. This makes it the ideal setting for hikes, trails, mountain biking, or a nice country drive. With 23 miles of coastline, it is also home to several sandy beaches. The nearby village of Aberdovey (seven miles) is home to a world class golf course, while the market town of Machynlleth is home to the fascinating Centre for Alternative Technology.
We offer short stays of up to 2 nights for a single flat rate price with additional nights not costing much more per night - see the Llanfendigaid website for details.
Dogs are £50 per dog per visit with a maximum of two dogs.
Prices include VAT at the prevailing rate.
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