Amidst lush countryside and only 3 miles from Bala Lake
Property has oil fired central heating and comprises:
Lounge/Dining: With wood burning stove, Freeview TV/DVD, radio and dining furniture for 3
Kitchen: With electric cooker, microwave, fridge and freezer
Bedroom 1: With double bed and single bed and en suite bathroom with small bath, shower cubicle, WC and wash basin
All oil, electricity, bed linen and towels included. First supply of fuel for wood burning stove. Cot and high chair available. Shared washing machine. Wi-Fi. Mature garden, shared with the owner and surrounded, but not fully enclosed, by hedging and a low wall with garden furniture. BBQ. Please note that there are steps leading from the top of the garden to the lower level. There are unprotected drops within the useable grounds of the property. There is a utility area housing a washing machine and this is shared with the owner. Parking for 2 cars. Cycle store.
Awel Y Grug, translated as Breeze over the Heather, nestles in the small hamlet of Sarnau, amidst lovely green countryside. This attractive stone holiday cottage has a cosy and welcoming feel inside with a fabulous fireplace and original stone lintel, being just the perfect spot for the wood burner. The bedroom and en-suite bathroom have been beautifully finished and feel fresh and light. The attractive garden is well-tended by the owner, who lives next door, inviting you to sit outside in the sunshine for a morning coffee while you plan your day ahead.
Awel Y Grug makes a great base for exploring the area – it’s only a couple of miles to the town of Bala with shopping facilities, a range of places to eat, and a leisure centre and swimming pool, together with Wales’ largest natural lake – Llyn Tegid. Along the lake shore run the little steam trains of the Bala Lake Railway, down to the terminus in the village of Llanuwchllyn. There are watersports available on the lake, whilst nearby is the National White Water Rafting Centre – great fun! In the other direction you’ll find a Michelin starred restaurant in the village of Llandrillo, whilst the town of Corwen is one end of the Llangollen Railway with steam trains along the Dee Valley to the pretty town of Llangollen. Here there are riverside walks to explore, horsedrawn boat trips on the Llangollen Canal, and the wonderful International Musical Eisteddfod which takes over the town for a week in July each year.