3 beds+ sofa bed+ loft, 3 bathrooms, large kitchen, fire, Mountain Views Netflix
- english, Welsh
About Angharad Brittle
Angharad was born and grew up with stunning views of Snowdon; the highest mountain in Wales. She has been bringing her family visiting back to North Wales for years. The cottage was bought in 2016.
Angharad Brittle purchased this Cottage in 2016
Why Angharad Brittle chose Caernarfon
Ty'n y Weirglodd is a 200year old cottage nestled between mountains and rivers of North Wales. Lovingly modernised and extended it is cosy, retaining a traditional inglenook fire place and exposed beams but with modern features such as underfloor heating, large kitchen diner, king size beds and Netflix. Ideally located on the edge of a traditional Welsh speaking village with a shop, cafe and pub the cottage is also within walking distance of the Welsh Highland Railway. Catch a steam train the 4miles to the historic Royal castle and walled town of Caernarfon or to the base of Snowdon, Wales highest mountain. Or travel further into Snowdonia National Park where you can enjoy magnificent views, go hiking, mountain biking or climbing.
What makes this Cottage unique
Ty'n y Weirglodd is private cottage which has the best of both worlds. Situated on the edge of a village with a pub, shop and cafe it is the perfect rural retreat. With old beams, traditional inglenook fire place and a unique hand carved slate fire place it also has all the creature comforts of underfloor heating, comfortable beds, modern showers and a large open plan kitchen diner. Our bespoke handmade kitchen has a large range cooker, two fridge freezers and a wine cooler. A table that will seat 10 and a settle and table tucked in the corner, perfect for card games or doing a jigsaw. It also has a window seat where you can enjoy the mountain views from it's large picture window. A stunning porch with under floor heating and plenty of space to hang up your coats and dry walking boots. Ideal for 1 or two families, as well as the 3 bedrooms: 1 master en-suit with king sized bed, 1 double bedroom with king size bed and a twin bedroom we also have a crog loft (with restricted head height) with futon beds and also a sofa bed down stairs in the 'snug'. We have a cosy reading chair if you want a quiet corner to get away. Out side there is a private garden. We also have an acre + of woodland where you can sit out and enjoy the views while warming your self with the fire pit.
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Fantastic Cottage in beautiful surroundings
The cottage exceeded our expectations, the detail and amenities which have been put there make the experience a whole lot better! Lots of space for all, Adults, children and dogs. Thanks to Angharad, who was easy to contact and efficient!
Home is in a quiet area with beautiful views and lots of nice footpaths nearby. The house is well updated and can easily accommodate larger groups. My group only had 3 so there was plenty of room to spare. Everything was comfortable. There were several local points of interest we wanted to see and the owner was very helpful with providing info on how to get there. We really enjoyed our stay!
Beautiful, spacious cottage, perfect base for exploring .
Spacious, comfortable and has everything we needed already at the property, really just had to bring ourselves.
Only negative for us was a slightly overgrown garden, which I think is for the goodness of nature.
Excellent base for exploring North Wales
Lovely welcoming cottage with lots of attention to detail. Thank you Angaharad, we had a super holiday.
What a lovely cottage. Very comfortable with everything you could want. Great kitchen. Bedrooms comfortable. Lovely cottage garden. Fab views.
It was beautiful and welcoming
A group of us came to stay for 2 nights so we could walk together up Mount Snowdon.
We had a very comfortable stay and there was a pub that served lovely food called Snowdonia Parc, the food was lovely!
I would definitely book here again in the near future!
Thank you once again.
Ty'n y Weirglodd is a 200year old cottage nestled between mountains and rivers. Lovingly modernised and extended it is cosy, retaining a traditional inglenook fire place and exposed beams but with modern features such as underfloor heating, large kitchen dinner, king size beads and Netflix.
Ideally located on the edge of a traditional Welsh speaking village with a shop, cafe and pub the cottage is also within walking distance of the Welsh Highland Railway. Catch a steam train the 4miles to the historic Royal castle and walled town of Caernarfon or to the base of Snowdon, Wales highest mountain. Or travel further into Snowdonia National Park where you can enjoy magnificent views, go hiking, mountain biking or climbing. North Wales is the UK's best locations for
Rich and varied landscapes including Mountains, wooded valleys and beaches. Historic castles.miles of coastline with sand dune backed beaches. It’s no wonder that North Wales has made it on to Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2017 list – the only destination in the UK to do so.
A playground for thrill seekers, a haven for foodies, a hideout for stargazers and a goldmine for heritage seekers, North Wales has a holiday for every kind of traveller. But what caught the eye of the Lonely Planet, the world’s leading travel authority, is the way the former industrial landscape has been reinvented and repurposed to create a series of truly world class attractions, from high speed zip lining and inland surfing to underground trampolining in a 176-year-old disused slate mine.
Alongside UNESCO World Heritage Sites as Conwy, Beaumaris, Harlech and Caernarfon Castles, North Wales is home to some of the best walking and cycling in Britain, as well as a range of industry-leading attractions, all set against the spectacular backdrop of the Snowdonia mountains.
Zip World boasts 11 different attractions in total including the ever-popular Bounce Below, a colourful underground world of bouncing nets, slides and rope bridges. Zip World Velocity in Bethesda is the world’s fastest zip line with two 500 ft. (152 m) high courses that enable riders to exceed 100 mph (161 km/h), while Zip World Titan in Blaenau Ffestiniog offers Europe’s first four-person line – perfect for thrill seeking families.
Wales is immensely accessible, just 2 hours from manchester of 3.5 hours from London by train and easy to reach by car.