Geufron Holiday Cottages feature a beautiful grade 2 listed farmhouse with 4 additional converted barns set high on a hillside in the southern reaches of Snowdonia National Park. Facing south for all day sunshine with views across the valley to the mountains and cardigan bay. The whole consists of 21 private acres of beautiful mountainside, surrounded by spectacular mountain, valley and sea views.
The setting is unique and the views spectacular. All cottages are very comfortable and spacious and retain their individual character with original beams and features. The farmhouse and adjacent cottage both have log burners and central heating. The other cottages are kept cosy by storage heaters making them suitable for all year round lets. The cottages are full of atmosphere and reminders of bygone days as a working farm. This area is breath taking and very diverse. There are beaches, forests, lakes, waterfalls, mountains all offering different experiences to suit all weather and all occasions. On your walks you will stumble over disused gold, copper and slate mines.
The village of Bryncrug with The Peniarth Arms pub serving excellent food is only 10 minutes’ walk. The Victorian seaside town of Tywyn is a short 2mile drive and provides beaches, supermarkets, cafés, restaurants, tennis, putting and bowling green and a preserved 1930s cinema 'The Magic Lantern' recently the location for radio 4 s 'any Questions' It incorporates a foyer bar for pre-show drinks. There are live streaming theatre events from London as well as the latest films. Local talent also gives performances on 'open mike' nights. Tywyn is also the home of the Talyllyn Victorian Steam Railway, the first preserved narrow-gauge railway in the world. It was here where Reverend Audry was a volunteer and found the inspiration for his world famous 'Thomas The Tank Engine' stories. Tywyn wharf station has an exhibition of his study and books. St Cadfans church dates to 6th century when Cadfan and his twelve companions arrived from Brittany. The existing church dates back to 12th century and houses the only known example of written ancient welsh on stones displayed therein. The area is perfect for cyclists with a 10-mile cycle track around the adjacent Dysynni Valley passing Castel Y Bere and a tiny church which displays a quilt telling the story of Mary Jones. As a young girl she walked to Bala to buy a Welsh bible her house in which she died blind and in abject poverty is nearby and can also be visited.
The Wales coastal path passes very close by. Bikes can be hired locally. Nearby Aberdovey & Harlech have championship links courses for golf enthusiasts. Barmouth and Aberdovey have sea fishing trips & Talyllyn Lake and local rivers trout fishing. Cader Idris is the second highest mountain in Wales at 2930 feet and can be climbed by 3 different routes of various difficulty. Bird Rock is a bird sanctuary for Cormorants. There is something for everyone in this unspoilt, spectacular and tranquil area.