Ty-Coed is situated within Trawsfynydd Holiday Village in Snowdonia National Park.
This beautiful single-story lodge accommodates up to four guests in two bedrooms, making it ideal for a Snowdonia family trip.
The elevated deck of the pine cabin offers breathtaking views of the Welsh countryside, which can be viewed after parking in the designated area.
After entering your home-away-from-home unwind on the spacious corner sofa and watch your favourite movie while the electric woodburner warms the room. Later, head to the fully-equipped kitchen to prepare a delicious meal that can be enjoyed by the entire group at the extendable dining table; this is where you can open a bottle of wine and plan your itinerary.
In the evening, use the walk-in shower in the convenient bathroom to wash away the day's adventures before retiring to one of the two double bedrooms.
Both rooms have ample storage and Smart TVs, making them ideal for mornings spent in bed.
Ty-Coed is ideally situated in Snowdonia National Park, a vast and breathtaking area of natural beauty that contains some of the most stunning scenery in the United Kingdom.
Rhaeadr Ewynnol (Swallow Falls), the Snowdonia National Park Visitor Centre, Gwydir Forest Park, and Fairy Glen are a few of the many attractions in the park.
In addition, there are numerous restaurants and bars in the area, including Y Stablau - Stables Bar and Hangin' Pizza.
Be sure to visit Porthmadog, a charming town with a variety of attractions, including the iconic Portmeirion Village and the Traeth y Greigddu beach, which is perfect for a spot of sunbathing.
It is also home to a number of restaurants and bars, such as The Australia, which serves delectable cuisine inspired by the country.
Or, take a day trip to Aberystwyth, a charming coastal town where the Aberystwyth Castle Grounds and the Aberystwyth Arts Centre are must-sees.
The Amgueddfa Ceredigion Museum is also worth a visit, as is the Parc Natur Penglais, which provides spectacular panoramic views of the coastline.
Aberystwyth does not fall short when it comes to dining and drinking; The Medina is a popular spot for tapas and cocktails, whereas the Gogerddan Arms is an excellent location for a pint of ale.
Ty-Coed is an excellent location for a family getaway in Snowdonia National Park.