Tyddyn Parthle is a superb holiday home located in the small village of Bontnewydd, just south of Caernarfon.
Arriving at the cottage, down the quiet lane you will be greeted by greenery, peace and tranquillity.
"What a location!
With the chance to explore the nearby beach, National Park, the charming town of Caernarfon & much more - it's a brilliant holiday base!"
The cottage itself has been beautifully renovated, and has the perfect mix of modern touches along with home comforts.
Log burners for those cosy winter evenings and plenty of outdoor seating for catching the Snowdonia sunshine through the warmer months.
From Tyddyn Parthle you have easy road access to both the Snowdonia National Park and the Llyn Peninsula so North Wales is your Oyster!
Dinas Dinlle beach is close by with a brilliant stretch of golden sand at low tide, or why not head over to Caernarfon with its impressive castle to explore, along with bars, restaurants and shops.
Tyddyn Parthle really does offer you the best of everything!
Three bedrooms: 1 x king (zip/link option can be made as twin on request), 1 x double, 1 x bunk bed. Bathroom with bath, shower, WC and basin. Ground floor WC and basin. Kitchen. Dining Room with wood burning stove. Sitting room with electric stove.
About the location
Caernarfon 2 miles; Llanberis 8.5 miles; Bangor 11 miles
Bontnewydd is a village sitting just outside of Caernarfon in North Wales, it sits at the confluence of the Rivers Beuno and Gwyrfair. The village offers a couple of shops, a fish and chip shop and a friendly pub serving food. The royal town of Caernarfon is just two miles away, dominated by a stunning castle, a wealth of charming buildings and many amenities. As well as miles of idyllic coastline at your doorstep, the renowned Snowdonia National Park is also within easy reach, boasting dominating mountains with breath-taking walking and cycling country to explore, as well as activities such as Bounce Below and Zip World for the thrill-seekers. The picturesque village of Llanberis is easy to reach and offers much to the visitor including the National Slate Museum, Llanberis Lake Railway, Castell Dolbadarn and more. Also worth a visit is the city of Bangor, while the Isle of Anglesey, slightly further afield, plays host to a wealth of unspoilt countryside, heritage and much to see and do.