Bryn Afon Farm is an impeccable detached farmhouse located on the outskirts of the bustling village of Llanrug in Gwynedd.
Set over two floors and sleeping up to ten guests, Bryn Afon Farm is a superb getaway benefiting from wheel-chair friendly access and accommodation with four en-suite bedrooms, as well as, being within easy reach of Snowdon and the Llanberis Lake Railway.
Conjure up scrumptious meals in the well-equipped kitchen, as your guests uncork a bottle of wine and set the table.
Settle down to tuck into a delicious feast as you catch up with your loved ones and discuss plans for the coming adventures.
After a satisfying meal retreat to the sitting room, where you can turn on the woodburning effect electric stove and snuggle up to enjoy your favourite film on the TV, or alternatively, why not play some darts or have a game of pool in the outside games room.
Stepping through the property you will also find a handy cloakroom and a ground-floor double bedroom which benefits from being disabled-friendly, as well as, having its own en-suite bathroom, which includes support rails and has been specially adapted to accommodate a wheelchair.
As the evening grows darker, head up to the first-floor where you have the option of four additional bedrooms to choose from, two doubles with en-suite shower rooms, a twin with en-suite shower room, ensuring complete privacy for guests, along with a bunk room which has access to the family bathroom.
Kick-start your day with a refreshing shower as your towel warms on the nearby heated towel rail.
Whip up an alfresco breakfast for your guests to be enjoyed in the enclosed garden, before setting out for the day.
Grab your walking boots and immerse yourself in local life in the village, where you will find the fantastic Birds of Snowdonia bird-watching spot, a great way to meet the local wildlife.
There is also Piggery Pottery where the little ones can revel in hand-painting their own ceramic pot.
Nearby, is the superb viewpoint of Pont Pen-y-llyn, where you can choose to soak up the views or take to the waters on a paddleboard.
Next stop is the historic town of Caernarfon, which boasts an impressive 13th-century castle, which houses The Royal Welch Fusiliers Museum, rich in regimental history in two of the castle’s towers.
Just a short walk away is the historic fortress of The Hanging Tower, a former execution site in the Victorian and Edwardian era.
From the tower, you can a take leisurely stroll along Caernarfon’s picturesque waterfront up to the Doc Fictoria marina.
Head in the opposite direction to the nearby village of Llanberis, where you can walk to the summit of Snowdon, or for those who would prefer a relaxing trip, you can opt to take the Snowdon Mountain Railway.
Be sure to visit Llanberis Lake Railway, where train enthusiasts can marvel at the vintage engines, as well as, the opportunity to enjoy a scenic ride aboard one.
For a fantastic day trip, head to Betws-y-Coed, where you can walk up to the glorious Swallow Falls or visit the famous Zip World Fforest with its thrilling forest coaster.
For a memorable trip to the heart of North Wales, be sure to choose Bryn Afon Farm.