Menai Holiday Cottages rating
- Off road parking
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Highchair available
- Washing machine
8 Customer Review(s)
“The instructions to the cottage were a little confusing as they were only from Llanberris direction and could have explained the turning from this direction was after the Snowdon House sign.”
However, it would be beneficial if directions were also given from the Pen Y Pass direction as I'm sure a lot of visitors come from that way. Everything else met our expectations and we were very lucky with the weather.
However, it would be beneficial if directions were also given from the Pen Y Pass direction as I'm sure a lot of visitors come from that way. Everything else met our expectations and we were very lucky with the weather.- Myra, October 2019
“Property was as others have stated.”
.. amazing location, warm and cosy. Perfect for walking in Snowdonia. Functional cottage nestled in the mountains... great place to use as a base... not somewhere you’d want to spend day after day staying home in if the weather is bad!- David, September 2019
“Wonderful place to stay, has all the facilities we needed (nothing fancy, but that's not what we want) .”
Clean on arrival. Location is stunning, if a little hair raising to get over bridge:) Will definitely consider staying again.- , Nov 2018
“Cosy, comfortable and warm with superb views across the Llanberis pass and up to the craggy foothills of Snowdon.”
Furnished with all that you need including plenty of hot water and an efficient shower. The cottage nestles in a dip in the amazing landscape surrounded by mountains and is reached using a rough narrow uphill track. There are sections where rocks jut out but with careful driving these can be avoided in an average sized car. Good parking outside cottage for one car.... 2 might be a squeeze and make turning round more tricky. The ‘back garden’ of course is stunning..... the rocky crags climbing upwards to the Snowdon trail (which starts in Llanberis) and the little steam train can be seen and heard puffing along the ridge above the cottage. A stream tumbles down the hillside beside the cottage, providing enterprising children plenty of opportunity for exciting play or adults a peaceful place to sit on a rock and ‘chill”! There is no outdoor furniture so recommend taking camping chairs to enjoy any sunshine in comfort. Llanberis is a 10 minutes drive away and provides all adequate shopping facilities as well as access to the steam train, a castle, museum, Snowdon track and plenty of easier walks.- Kenneth Evans, Aug 2018
“Zie voorgaande vraag bij klantervaring.”- , May 2018
“Third time we have been here - it really is a lovely location.”
I'm sure we will back. Lost a star because of the very (to the point of being silly) small television.- L Teasdale, Apr 2018
“Beautiful cottage, warm comfortable and nicely equipped.”
Stunning views.- George Hocking, Nov 2017
“Peaceful, warm and cosy cottage with wonderful views.”
Had everything you could want. It's not 5 star luxury but it's not trying to be. Just a lovely mountain cottage which is perfect for walkers, hikers and a great base for sightseeing North Wales.- , Sep 2017
- Two bedrooms: 1 x king, 1 x twin
- 1 x shower room with corner shower cubicle, wash hand basin, loo and heated towel rail
- Sitting room with wood burning stove, TV, DVD player and CD player
- Utility area.
- Wood burning stove, TV, DVD player and CD player
- Electric cooker and hob, fridge with ice box, dishwasher, microwave, toaster
- Electric coal-effect stove
- Off road parking
- High chair
- Mountain views
- Washing machine
- Natural garden with open access to the mountains
- Note: no bath in this property
- Note: Stream 10 yards from garden - extra care should be taken with children
- Note: Rough track to property, over a narrow wooden bridge.
A traditional Welsh stone holiday cottage, Cwm Glas Bach stands alone in a tranquil and truly unique setting at the lower end of the Llanberis Pass.
There are magnificent open views of the mountains from every window.
A lovely stream is only 10 yards from the garden.
Serious hikers will love the location: from the cottage, you can walk straight up the Cwm to Snowdon, or across the road and up to the Glyder range. You enter into the kitchen and dining space.
The kitchen has all you need, an electric cooker and hob, fridge with ice box, dishwasher, microwave, toaster.The table seating four is next to a fireplace with slate lintel housing electric coal-effect stove for a boost of warmth.Eat your breakfast taking in the mountain views through the windows.
Just off the kitchen in one direction is a step up to a shower room with corner shower cubicle, wash hand basin, loo and heated towel rail.
The utility area has the central heating boiler and the washing machine.It also has shelves and a clothes hanging rail, making it ideal as a drying and airing space. The cosy sitting room is just off the kitchen through another doorway.
This is the ideal place to come home to and relax after a day of exploring Snowdonia.Comfortable seating surrounds an exposed stone feature wall with a wood burning stove set in a large inglenook fireplace.There’s a TV with DVD player and a CD player. Cwm Glas Bach has two bedrooms: One double room with a king sized bed and a twin room with 3' beds. Outside the holiday cottage you’ll find a garden that’s left purposefully natural.
It’s mostly enclosed by stone walls with open access to the mountains beyond and the pretty stream. "A delightful, cosy traditional Welsh cottage in a spectacular mountain location with inspirational views." Cwm Glas Bach is also ideal for families who want to roam at their leisure, or sit and enjoy a picnic by the stream.
This is a warm and cosy cottage, well equipped, with full central heating and lovely features such as original slate flooring in the kitchen and exposed stone on some of the walls.
About the location
Ideally situated for the climbers and mountain lovers, Nant Peris is on the road between Llnabris and Capel Curig, peerfectly placed for Betws y Coed and Beddgelert too! Llanbeirs is a mecca for mountaineers and you will find them in one of the many good pubs and cafes around the town. If climbing is not your thing then take the train up to summit of Snowdon, the hightest peak in Wales.
Note: Infants included in occupancy Note: Friday arrivals only Note: Not suitable for those with limited mobility
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