This character chapel conversion in Llwyngwril, North Wales, sleeps nine people in five bedrooms.
Capel Cader Idris is a chapel conversion, full of character, in Llwyngwril in North Wales. The cottage has two ground floor double bedrooms, a ground floor twin bedroom and upstairs, a single room and a twin bedroom with 24 cabin beds, each accessed by a ladder. There is a ground floor bathroom, two ground floor shower rooms, one with a basin and WC and a utility with a shower. The first floor open plan living area has character features and a kitchen, a dining area and a sitting area with bar billiards, and back downstairs, there is a study with comfy seating for two. Outside, there is off road parking for one car and additional parking available in the village, free of charge. Capel Cader Idris is an ideal base for a group to enjoy the walking, coastline and scenery of this lovely area.
Amenities: Oil-filled radiators. Electric range cooker with double oven, 6-ring induction hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, 3 x TVs (one with FreeSat), DVD, CD/radio, WiFi, selection of books, CDs and DVDs. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Two travel cots and two highchairs. Off road parking for 1 car, free car parking 1 min walk. Two well-behaved pets welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub less than 1 min walk. Train station 5 mins walk. Beach 10 mins walk. Note: Cabin beds both accessed via ladders, care to be taken. Note: Check-in 4pm.
Region: Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South.
Town: Set between the splendour of the Snowdonia Mountains and the stunning golden beaches of the Cardigan Bay coastline, the pretty village of Llwyngwril offers visitors a beautiful base from which to tour this stunning part of Wales. With excellent walks, a variety of wild flowers and many species of birds that flock to the area's sheltered beaches and rock pools, this lovely village is a great place for bird watchers. The 16th century church, pleasant pub, well reputed Gallery Cafe and picturesque riverside setting also adds to the village's charm. Nearby, visitors can enjoy a trip on the narrow gauge railway which runs from the nearby beautiful sandy beach at Fairbourne to the sweeping sand dunes at Barmouth. Dolgellau and Aberdovey are also close by, as is the fabulous medieval Harlech Castle and the Snowdonia National Park.