This amazing reverse-level house, Maesteg, can be seen in the picturesque Gwynedd village of Llanberis.
For groups or families of eight and their four-legged companions, Maesteg in North Wales' Snowdonia National Park is a wonderful home base from which to explore this stunning part of the country.
It is also close to the picturesque Coed y Brenin Forest Park.
On arrival, you'll find a spacious private driveway with room for two cars, as well as a charming, fenced garden with a picnic bench where you can enjoy your first cup of coffee in peace and quiet.
Upon entering, you'll find five tastefully decorated bedrooms on the ground-floor there are five well-presented bedrooms to choose from at the end of the evening, a king-size room with en-suite shower room, a king- size room, one double, a single with en-suite shower room and a single, each with plenty of storage for your belongings and ensuring flexible sleeping arrangements.
After a long day of exploration, relax in the bathroom with a soothing bubble bath or a cool shower.
In addition to the boot room, there is a garage/utility room with a freezer, washing machine, and tumble dryer, as well as toys and games generously donated by the owner.
Once you've made it to the top level, the well-equipped kitchen awaits you, complete with a gas stove, fridge/freezer, and microwave for whipping up a variety of culinary delights that can be savoured with a bottle of wine at the dining table for eight people.
After a satisfying meal, continue the evening out on the patio balcony to enjoy the evening sunlight or pop downstairs to the well maintained garden to allow your canine companions to stretch their legs, or retire to the generous corner sofa for a night in front of your favourite film on the TV, as the woodburning stove crackles nearby Take advantage of your fantastic location and visit Llanberis, where you can learn about the area's history at the National Slate Museum, located in the Dinorwig Quarry World Heritage Site, and explore the intriguing 13th-century ruins of Dolbadarn Castle.
You can also go kayaking, canoeing, and paddleboarding on the expansive Llyn Padarn, or simply relax and take in the views on a trip on the Llanberis Lake Rail, which runs alongside the lake.
A variety of trails lead up to the famous Mount Snowdon, which can be reached through a number of walking trails.
If you came for the views but don't want to hike, take the Snowdon Mountain Railway, which takes you along a scenic route past waterfalls and beautiful church ruins before reaching the summit.
Visit the World Heritage-listed Caernarfon Castle, built in the 13th century and housing exhibitions, a museum, and breathtaking views of the Menai Strait.
Choose Maesteg for a delightful vacation any time of year.