Ty Nant is set in 9.5 acres of dramatic countryside in the Snowdonia National Park, overlooking Lake Celyn. This cosy stone cottage has many original features, while having been renovated to create modern and comfortable holiday accommodation.
With a wood burning stove in the sitting room, an open fire in the dining room and water fresh from the rivers running outside, Ty Nant is the perfect property if you’re looking to get back to nature for a romantic break. Situated next to just one neighbouring cottage, you can really escape the hustle and bustle and enjoy the vast beauty of the Snowdonia National Park.
With exterior stone walls, slate floors and exposed beams, the cottage feels authentically rural, yet it has all the comfort and convenience of the twenty-first century. There’s a well-equipped country-style kitchen, a hot tub and two satellite televisions for you to relax in front of after a day exploring the beautiful outdoors.
The property overlooks the mountains of Arenig Fach and Fawn as well as Lake Celyn. Two rivers run through the grounds and you’re welcome to bring your own fishing equipment.
Also available to book at this location is Llyn Golygfa (sleeping eight guests). Can be booked individually or together to sleep fourteen guests.
This holiday at a glance
- Sleeps six guests.
- Two double bedrooms with 5′ king size beds.
- One twin bedroom.
- Family bathroom and additional cloakroom with wc.
- Wood burning stove and open fire.
- Enclosed patio.
- Parking for several vehicles.
- Children welcome (please see Notes).
- One small well behaved dog welcome.
- Minimum of a three night stay.
- Wonderful views.
- Hot tub.
- Natural water supply from two rivers running through the grounds.
- Fishing free of charge (please supply your own rods/equipment).
- Exterior stone walls, slate floors and exposed beams.
- Electric oven and hob
- Washing machine.
- Two satellite televisions and DVD players.
- Selection of books and DVDs.
- Travel cot, highchair and stair gate available on request.
- Garden furniture and charcoal barbecue.
Attractions and nearby amenities
- With more than 100 lakes, 1,479 miles of footpaths and countless mountain peaks, Snowdonia National Park is a natural adventure playground just waiting for you to come and explore. From mountain biking to kayaking, from rock climbing to simply stretching your legs, you’ll find so much to do and enjoy here. If you want to conquer Snowdon itself, don’t forget you can always take the train to the summit!
- Known as the heart of the Snowdonia National Park, Blaenau Ffestiniog was the home of the slate quarry industry. Come and visit Llechwedd quarry to see what it was like to be a Victorian miner, or travel on the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railway to the harbour town of Porthmadog.
- The market town of Bala sits at the northern end of Bala Lake, a three-mile-long freshwater lake where you can hire boats or kayaks. Or let someone else take the strain and take a ride on the narrow gauge Bala Lake Railway along the south-eastern shore.
- North Wales is castle country, thanks to Edward I and the bitter battles fought here. Harlech Castle stands majestically on a spur of rock, looking out on the Irish Sea. The beach at Harlech is a good spot for sunbathing too. Or visit Conwy Castle, whose walls enclose the medieval town of Conwy itself.
- Here’s a Welsh castle with a difference. Tomen y Mur is probably a Norman motte that rises steeply from the ground. There may not be ruins or walls to explore, but the site is very atmospheric and harks back to an era of legends and battles.
- Famous as the exotic backdrop in TV series ‘The Prisoner’, Portmeirion is a unique coastal village where Italianate architecture is nestled amongst lush wooded hillsides. You could spend a whole day exploring here, wandering through the shops, enjoying a treatment at the spa or enjoying a bite to eat.