If you're searching for an escape away from the busyness of life, go no further than Gwêl y Mynydd (Mountain View), a lovely mid-terrace, three-storey cottage in Carneddi, Bethesda.
This lovely home can sleep a family of five or a group of friends looking to enjoy Snowdonia National Park and the gorgeous coastline of North Wales.
When you arrive, unpack your belongings outside the house before parking in the close by residential carpark.
Make way inside to an inviting lounge and dinning space, where you can enjoy delicious meals with the view of Snowdonia mountains behind you.
Enjoy evenings in front of the inviting log burner effect electric fire while watching the freeview tv or playing a range of board games provided.
Make your way downstairs to find a fully-equipped kitchen with everything you need to prepare a sumptuous dinner.
On arrival, courtesy of your host, you will be welcomed by a chilled bottle of Prosecco and snacks after your journey.
The space is also served by a convenient washing machine and dishwasher.
In the evening, make your way up to the second floor to discover two inviting bedrooms, one of which is a double, with purple accents and handy storage, and the other a triple bunk room with wonderful views of Bethesda and Snowdonia mountains, and also to the right, the Menai Straights can be seen and distant Anglesey coastline.
When it's time to get ready in the morning, head downstairs to the ground-floor bathroom, where you may enjoy soothing soaks in the bath with shower above.
A lovely, fenced garden is at the back of the property; the ideal area for dining alfresco or enjoying a cool beverage in the warmer months.
Gwêl y Mynydd enjoys wonderful views of the Zip World Penhryn Quarry and the surrounding mountains.
That’s how close you are, where you can experience exhilarating zip rides over the slate quarry before returning to town to pick up any supplies for dinner from the local supermarket, takeaway or stop for a well-deserved meal out at one of Bethesda's numerous restaurants.
Spend some time in the city of Bangor, with it’s picturesque Cathedral, It's home to the excellent Garth Pier with a range of cafes and little shops, the National Trust property of Penrhyn Castle and its grounds, and the Menai Suspension Bridge that connects to Anglesey.
For a day immersed in history, visit Caernarfon, where tours of Caernarfon Castle and the Segontium Roman Fort may be experienced; alternatively, explore Victoria Dock or the renowned Beacon Climbing Centre.
Travel into the Snowdonia National Park to see the spectacular sights of Adventure Parc Snowdonia, Glyder Fawr, and Carnedd Llewelyn, as well as many other outdoor havens.
Choose Gwêl y Mynydd for your next holiday adventure in North Wales.