Y Bwthyn Bach is a charming, terraced cottage with two bedrooms located on the outskirts of Tregarth, close to the Ogwen Valley in Eryri (Snowdonia), Gwynedd.
With its convenient proximity to both the Menai Strait and Eryri (Snowdonia) National Park and the beaches on Anglesey, Y Bwthyn Bach is a great option for walkers, couples or family of four, plus their canine companion.
The welcoming sitting area is a great place to relax after a day of sightseeing thanks to its plush seating, woodburning stove and TV.
You can impress your guests with tasty dishes in the open-concept living area, which features a kitchen, dining area with seating for six, and a sitting area with a Smart TV.
After a day of walking in the mountains or a day out sightseeing, you can relax in the private garden with an lalfresco seating area or simply relax in the hot tb looking out to the Carneddau mountain range.Y Bwthyn Bach also has two tastefully decorated bedrooms: a double on the ground floor looking out onto the garden and a crog loft bedroom with a lovely window seat view of the garden.
Explore your surroundings, where you will find the 11-mile Lon Las Ogwen trail on the doorstep and the delightful Pant yr Ardd pub, where you can refuel at the end of the day.
In Rachub, you'll find further amenities, including a convenience store and the Royal Oak pub, perfect for when you don’t fancy cooking!
Continue on to Llanberis for great watersports on Llyn Peris, the National Slate Museum, and the neighbouring World Heritage Site of Dinorwig Quarry, or stop in Bangor to see the National Trust Penrhyn Castle & Garden and the Roman Camp.
The cottage is close to the stunning Ogwen valley and mountains of Eryri (Snowdonia) and a walk to llyn Ogwen is a must.
The renowned Snowdonia Peak is a must climb or hike for anybody visiting Snowdonia.
Zip World the world's fastest zipline is on the same road as the cottage and offers a unique opportunity to travel at speed for a mile long view of the slate quarry and local coastline.
Your North Wales adventure begins at Y Bwthyn Bach.