Cut Cywarch is in the heart of the Southern Snowdonia mountains. Set at the foot of the Aran Fawddwy (905m) - there are many walks starting from the door step of the hut. If you are looking to switch off and get away from it all, then this is the place for you. With no mobile phone signal or wifi you are sure to have some peace and quiet! Perfect for a couple getaway.
“What an amazing location. The photos do not do this place justice. This is the perfect place to stay if you like to walk. Just outside your doorstep there are national walks with beautiful views. There's also a beautiful river running by the side of the wooden pod which can't be seen in the photos Ellen has up. We stayed for one night, and the wooden pod is lovely and cosy with all the amenities you'd need. We visited the local pub The Red Lion for food, which had a lovely open fire and great pub grub 😃 loved that there was no signal, WiFi or television, it really added to the relaxing weekend away! Will definitely be back soon.”
In the heart of a former Welsh slating village, this beautiful boutique-style cottage is the ideal place to get away from it all. With walks, coast, steam railways and bike trails all to hand, there is something for everyone. Glanydon has two wood burning stoves, an amazing bathroom and a very well equipped kitchen. We can also provide baby equipment (speak to us for info) for those coming with a baby. The cottage is NOT SAFE for a baby who is mobile. Surcharge of £25 if you bring baby.
“My wife and I went to the lovely cottage of Ceri and Ken for a six day leave in Wales. Besides the easy and fast communication, the warm welcome, the very good hospitality and the increadible location, the cottage is perfectly equipped and very clean. It is also a little heaven to come home after a long walk in the beautifull surroundings... In short: this Airbnb is everything where it stands for on the site and even more!”
Llwyncelyn is a delightful traditional slate cottage nestling on the side of the Dyfi Valley. It is situated above the village of Dinas Mawddwy, easily accessed off the A470 and offers stunning views across and along the Dyfi Valley both from the cottage and the enclosed garden. Llwyncelyn was renovated in 2011. It provides the perfect base from which to discover Southern Snowdonia, in all its glorious seasons.
“Lovely, comfortable cottage. Perfect for a long weekend exploring Snowdonia with our dog. Had all the amenities we needed. The village has a cosy, traditional pub which serves good food and offers a warm welcome. Other people have mentioned the road behind the cottage, but we didn't find it a problem. It is very quiet at night, allowing for a good night's sleep. We had great weather while we were there which allowed us to sit out in the garden and enjoy the stunning views over the valley.”