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Beautiful location with views over Nant Colwyn, Beddgelert Forest & Mt Snowdon - Snowdon Vista Cabin Sleeps 4 (2 Bedrooms)

Caernarfon, Gwynedd, UK
  • Cabin
  • Bedrooms2
  • Sleeps4
  • Bathrooms0
  • Half Baths0
  • Mininum Stay3 - 4 nights

Cottage & Cabin in Beddgelert, Snowdonia National Park, North Wales - Close To The Village Of Beddgelert, With Forest Walking/ Cycling Paths aplenty

Short (3+ night) breaks may also be also available if not already booked. The cottage is aimed at couples, though an extra blow up bed can be provided for a smaller youngster, whilst the cabin is aimed at families with beds for 4 and space on a couch if needed. If you want to sit inside and look at the views, then choose the cabin. The cottage walls are 4ft thick and windows small (building 500 years old) so dont have the views from inside, but there are plenty of seating areas with benches you can use to take in the fabulous vistas whilst you enjoy a meal al fresco. We are Dog friendly and and only charge £5/night/dog (sometimes even this is waived, depending on our cleaners). We are located high in Beddgelert Forest just off the easy walking Lôn Gwyrfai path, & it is the perfect location to access all that Snowdonia National Park has to offer. There are numerous beautiful mountain walks and cycle trails right from the door. You can wake up, open the curtains, and be looking straight at the changing light and moods of Mt Snowdon and the farmland of the valley foothills (Cottage views limited). On a clear day you can see 25 miles down the Aber Glaslyn Valley, to the Rhinogs and Cadair Idris, and 12 miles to the North into the Carneddau range. The views are a key feature of the cabin - and you can watch the Welsh Highland Railway trains snake up through the forest on their way to Rhyd Ddu, or even watch the Snowdon Mountain Railway wind its way up to the summit from just above halfway station. A wildlife watchers dream with outlooks over field and forest to the mountains beyond. (You might even catch sight of a pine martin). There are several patios and picnic tables located in various places on the property for you to take full advantage of the different vistas. We also have a charming rural art and photography gallery in our barn for you to peruse should you wish to do so. We are only 1.5 miles from the beautiful village of Beddgelert where there are numerous pubs and restaurants, local shop with post office and fantastic ice cream shop. Footpaths to the top of Mount Snowdon are a couple of miles away, and dog friendly beaches just 12 miles. We feel that dogs should enjoy their holidays as well as the owners, and know that they may not always stay on the floor even when asked to do so, so we provide furniture and bed covers should you wish to snuggle up with your best friend. Further wildlife notes in the About section - see unique benefits

Owner

Graeme Pettit

  • Member Since 2014
  • Response time: within a few days
  • Speaks: english

Amenities

    • Internet
    • Pets Welcome
    • Accessible
    • Satellite or Cable
    • Washer & Dryer
    • Parking
    • TV
    • No Smoking

      Bedrooms

      • 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4
      • Bedroom 1
        1 queen
      • Bedroom 2
        2 twin/ single

        Bathrooms

        • 0 Bathrooms
        • Shower room 1
          shower

          Location Type

            • Mountain
            • Rural

              Theme

                • Adventure
                • Away From It All
                • Family
                • Farm Holidays
                • Historic
                • Romantic
                • Sports & Activities
                • Tourist Attractions

                  Meals

                    • Guests provide their own meals

                      General

                        • Garage
                          By request, for bikes and canoes etc
                        • Hair Dryer
                        • Internet
                        • Iron & Board
                        • Linens Provided
                        • Parking
                          Allowance for 2 vehicles within enclosed yard
                        • Towels Provided
                        • Tumble Dryer
                          In seperate building
                        • Washing Machine
                          In seperate building

                          Kitchen

                            • Dishes & Utensils
                              All provided
                            • Toaster

                              Dining

                                • Dining Area

                                  Entertainment

                                    • DVD Player
                                    • Satellite / Cable
                                      Freesat
                                    • Television
                                    • Video Library
                                      On request

                                      Outside

                                        • Bicycles
                                          Provide your own or rent in village
                                        • Deck / Patio
                                        • Golf
                                          There is a golf range just outside Porthmadog 9 miles away and a golf course in Morfa Bychan 12 miles away. Others in the area.
                                        • Kayak / Canoe
                                          For hire locally
                                        • Lawn / Garden
                                        • Outdoor Grill
                                        • Ski & Snowboard
                                          Llandudno Ski and Snowboard Centre offer the longest toboggan run in Wales and a scenic PermaSnow ski slope. We are led to believe that there is a ski training centre near Blaenau Ffestiniog also

                                          Suitability

                                            • wheelchair accessible
                                              Assisted only - ramp from car park, but 4 low steps to negotiate

                                              Attractions

                                                • playground
                                                • autumn foliage
                                                • caves
                                                • churches
                                                • forests
                                                • museums
                                                • botanical garden
                                                • pond
                                                • restaurants
                                                • ruins
                                                • waterfalls
                                                • winery tours
                                                • zoo

                                                  Leisure Activities

                                                    • beachcombing
                                                    • bird watching
                                                    • eco tourism
                                                    • horseback riding
                                                    • paddle boating
                                                    • scenic drives
                                                    • sight seeing
                                                    • walking

                                                      Local Services & Businesses

                                                        • ATM/bank
                                                        • groceries

                                                          Sports & Adventure Activities

                                                            • mountain biking
                                                            • cycling
                                                            • fishing
                                                            • fly fishing
                                                            • freshwater fishing
                                                            • golf
                                                            • hiking
                                                            • equestrian events
                                                            • mountain climbing
                                                            • mountaineering
                                                            • rafting
                                                            • sailing
                                                            • surfing
                                                            • swimming
                                                            • whitewater rafting

                                                              Notes

                                                                • Notes on accommodation: Both Snowdon Vista Cabin and Waterfall Cottage are maintained to the highest standard of cleanliness, and to that end, we would be most grateful if you are bringing your pets, please use the covers provided for the furniture. Always clean up after your pet (we can provide poop bags if necessary). Additionally, on occasion there are livestock in the adjoining field. If this is the case please keep your pet on a lead, whilst on the property. Small children should be kept under strict supervision at all times as there is a stream and waterfall located on the property. Please visit our website www.snowdonvista.com Outside: There are several patios with picnic tables located on the property, for you to take full advantage of the different vistas the location has to offer. Both properties are provided with a barbecue.

                                                                  19 Reviews

                                                                  Wonderful4.9/5

                                                                  Latest reviews

                                                                  Great location, but without running water!

                                                                  Lovely cabin in a great location with breath taking views of Snowdon. Unfortunately there was no running water during our stay which meant no flushing toilet and no hot running water and no shower to use so we decided to stay just the 2 nights as opposed to the 5 nights booked. This was a real shame and although the owner tried his hardest, we simply had enough of roughing it and decided to return to the comfort of our own home.
                                                                  Submitted:
                                                                  Dec 31, 2017
                                                                  Stayed:
                                                                  Dec 2017
                                                                  Owner's Response:Thanks for your review - Regrettably, the pressure booster pump failed to appear until well into the new year, but all is now well, and spares will be replenished once the supplier can get them in stock. My offer of a free stay still stands so long as you contact me direct, and I remain sorry I was unable to address the issues with everywhere shut for xmas and new year. When you are this remote, stuff happens and you have to improvise and make stuff - not like towns and cities where you can just go buy what you need, or, you go rural, turn back the clock a few years, and use the bucket to collect from the gravity tap in the pumproom, as advised. All the best - hope to see you again.

                                                                  Gorgeous, amazing and wow

                                                                  Another fabulous stay at the cabin, this place is a part of paradise, the cabin is clean and cosy and we didn't want to leave, it boasts everything you need and the views are fantastic, Beddelgert village is lovely and the hiking and mountain biking is amazing. Yet again Sue and Greame were fabulous hosts and friends now, we can't wait to see you again next year x
                                                                  Submitted:
                                                                  Jun 06, 2016
                                                                  Stayed:
                                                                  May 2016

                                                                  Amazing location!

                                                                  The highlight of our trip to the UK was staying 4 days at the Snowdon Vista cottage. The location is amazing and as hikers we loved being able to just step out the door to go for wonderful hikes. The village of Beddgelert is charming and has wonderful restaurants and shops. The cottage is very comfortable and we appreciated the lovely welcoming basket. Sue and Graeme were wonderful hosts, extremely helpful. This place is worth it!
                                                                  Submitted:
                                                                  May 13, 2016
                                                                  Stayed:
                                                                  May 2016

                                                                  Wonderful family retreat

                                                                  We had a wonderful stay at the cabin with our 2 children and 2 dogs. The cabin had everything we needed for our week. The views are incredible and we found we completely relaxed during the stay. Sue and Graeme were the perfect hosts and were on hand to answer any questions. We will definitely book again and have told many people about this gem of place in such a beautiful part of Wales.
                                                                  Submitted:
                                                                  Nov 03, 2015
                                                                  Stayed:
                                                                  Oct 2015

                                                                  perfect without fault with charming character

                                                                  Firstly graeme and Sue made us so welcome even leaving us a welcome pack including the essentials of bread milk eggs jam butter tea coffee etc which was much appreciated after a long drive. The cottage was even nicer than the photo. Which had plenty of room for 2 and our dog. We found it was situated perfectly as it's up in the forest so very peaceful but also close enough to the village of Beddgelert, it's a great central base for exploring north Wales. Graeme also gave great advice about places to visit (to which you must try the velocity zip wire). Overall by the end of the week we felt so relaxed and didn't want to go back to the rat race. Absolutely loved it, many thanks graeme and Sue
                                                                  Submitted:
                                                                  Jun 22, 2015
                                                                  Stayed:
                                                                  Jun 2015

                                                                  Absolutely gorgeous position, lovely cabin & peopl

                                                                  We had a fantastic stay, (2 adults 2 children aged 10 & 14 and 2 dogs) lovely cabin with everything you need, gorgeous views and walks. Sue, Graeme and Jess made us feel so welcome, what lovely people you are and thanks for the welcome pack. Our dogs Sam and Bear loved it and had a wonderful time to, we will definitely be back next year, if not this one. I didn't want to leave, I would recommend anyone to go and stay with them, fantastic, missing it already. Thanks and see you soon Penny & Nick Clifford
                                                                  Submitted:
                                                                  Jun 02, 2015
                                                                  Stayed:
                                                                  May 2015

                                                                  Location

                                                                  Caernarfon, Gwynedd, UK

                                                                  Special interest holidays: We have a rural art and photography gallery on the property Please contact us for further details. Coast/Beach: Black Rock Sands beach is 12 miles away. A beautiful sandy beach where you may take your vehicle, and welcomes dogs all year round. Both this and the beach at Borth y Gest (10 miles) away, are lovely places to take your dog/s and a picnic. Criccieth also has a pebble/sand beach and is located in the shadow of Criccieth Castle 12 miles away Travel: Use of a car is essential as the property is 1km from the main road on a forest track. Travel also possible by infrequent bus service, or Welsh Highland narrow gauge railway to within 1km of properties during operating season. Distances: Beddgelert village is 1.5 miles away. Porthmadog is 9 miles Caernarfon is 11 miles Bangor is 19 miles Further Details: There are several pubs and restaurants in Beddgelert as well as a well stocked village shop and post office. There is a small shop at the local campsite (you have to drive through it to get here) for essentials, but they also have an on-site bakery where (if pre-ordered) you can get breads, danish, croissants and pastries at 9am and they make delicious pizzas, available (again if pre-ordered) late afternoon/early evenings. Porthmadog is the place for Tesco, banks, Doctors. etc. Within a reasonable drive there are many activities for all the family. Here are a few: Golf; Llama Trekking; Quad Biking; Outdoor Activity Centre; Zip wires; Underground Trampolining (on the world's biggest trampoline), walking, cycling (local bike hire available in Beddgelert), and Sygun Copper Mine (tours underground) and the wonderful National Slate Museum, and Electric Mountain, are close, at Llanberis - to name but a few. Castles and old buildings abound in the area, and if you seek larger towns then Caernarfon and the City of Bangor are close too.

                                                                  $164avg/night
                                                                  19 Reviews

                                                                  Wonderful 4.9/5

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