The setting is superb, within Pennal forest surrounded by green mountains, gentle flowing rivers and yet close to the coastal town of Aberdovey. It is great for: Walking, relaxing, mountain biking, golf, or sight-seeing. It is great for families, groups of close friends or individual couples looking to relax and get away from it all. It is within Snowdonia National Park. It is an area of outstanding beauty and is a natural haven for flora and fauna. The views to the Dovey Estuary and beyond are spectacular. The location is near the village of Pennal, less than six miles from the historic town of Machynlleth (The ancient capital of Wales) and 10 miles from Aberdovey, a once popular fishing port which now boasts Britain's best 'Outward Bound' centre in the UK. Aberdovey golf course is rated in the top 100 British courses. Within driving distance is: Borth, which is well known for its surfing beaches: Barmouth a popular seaside holiday centre: Aberystwyth, an ancient University town with a very good Art Centre and Theatre and Dolgellau, an area of geographical splendour. The Center of Alternative Technology, close by is famed for Eco-Friendly ideas, new technology and a must visit. The surrounding area has unrivalled opportunities to hike, climb, mountain bike and wind/kite surf. For the less energetic there is some of the best river fishing in Wales and for those who want to sit and enjoy the area and surrounding views. It is Wales at its best!
TyPren is situated 2 miles from the lovely unspoilt seaside resort of Aberdovey. It is situated in 40 acres of wooded hillside
It is comfortable welcoming and cosy. Visit and enjoy TyPren which affords magnificent views of the Dovey Estuary and spectacular Cambrian Mountains. It is a great place to get away from it all! It is very quiet and peaceful. This cedar chalet doesn’t have all the mod cons or boast to have been the best, it is simple, clean and comfortable and very welcoming at the end of a good day out. The kitchen facilities are limited, the shower room small has are the bedrooms but it is a great base for exploring Mid Wales. It offers great value for families. You will return if only to enjoy the beautiful sunsets, dazzling views across the estuary or the close proximity to the lovely fishing village of Aberdovey and of course the positioning in Snowdonia National Park.
Welcome to Snowdonia National Park
Situated on the west coast of Britain covering 823 square miles of diverse landscapes, Snowdonia National Park is a living working area, home to over 26,000 people. As well as being the largest National Park in Wales, Snowdonia boasts the highest mountain in England and Wales, and the largest natural lake in Wales, as well as a wealth of picturesque villages like Betws y Coed and Beddgelert. Snowdonia is an area steeped in culture and local history, where more than half its population speaks Welsh. Aberdyfi itself have an award-winning links golf course, sailing, fishing, and a host of other watersports. The BBC's popular spring watch series visits the RSPB's Ynys-hir reserve during May and June. The reserve is across the estuary from the wooden chalet and very close to The Old Barn and the Hayloft too.
The beautiful fishing village of Aberdovey is a few miles away. Aberdyfi is the Welsh (and generally accepted) spelling. Aberdovey is the olde English version. This small seaside village nestles on the north side of the Dyfi / Dovey estuary and is a popular destination for visitors from all over the world. The locals quite like it too!
Aberdyfi is a thriving little harbour resort set within the Snowdonia National Park, where the river Dyfi meets the blue waters of Cardigan Bay. Aberdyfi has watersports galore - sailing, sailboarding, rowing, canoeing, fishing and boat trips. In the summer, there are yachting regattas, sailboarding competitions, rowing regattas and other watersports events along with family entertainment on its award-winning beaches. Aberdyfi's championship golf course, which welcomes visiting players and is located at the western end of the village, is also one of Aberdyfi's major attractions. Explore, fish, play golf, settle at the seashore or visit the many excellent shops. There is a prestigious Outward-bound Centre which offers many activities, Visit the famous narrow gauge Talyllyn steam train that travels from Twywn to Abergynolwyn, visit Talyllyn Lake with great views of Cader Idris, take a stroll alongside Dolgoch Falls, staying to picnic at the top. Visit Snowdonia, Climb Cader Idris or stroll gentle around the surrounding countryside
Whatever you enjoy you will find plenty to keep you amused and leave you coming back for more and more in one of these three properties..