Maes y Wennol is a single storey stone faced dwelling in an area of outstanding beauty situated in the Dysynni valley. Set within the beautiful Snowdonia National Park, at the foot of Cader Idris, the property enjoys stunning views. It is the perfect base for both rambling and hiking with miles of tranquil and interesting public footpaths.
Built in 1994, the property has a comfortable main lounge with open log or coal fire. A large window looks down the valley towards Bird Rock. The Dining Room with adjoining patio shares the same stunning views of the valley. The spacious, modern kitchen with the added luxury of the rayburn overlooks the garden and patio. The utility room contains all the necessary equipment including dish washer, washer and drier.
The house sleeps up to 10 people comfortably with the main ensuite bedroom with super king-sized/Twin with Sky TV, 2 doubles, and a family room consisting of a double bed with 2 singles and cots available (Travel & Nursery)
Wifi throughout and landline telephone available in the hall.
The garden area is tastefully designed with secluded relaxing areas with a unique hand carved wooden swing to enjoy the views. The children's area is safe with various outdoor swings and slides and a wonderful wooden tree den/play house. Car parking facilities available within the boundary of the property making it quite safe.
Wood, coal & all linen included. Bikes for all ages available, milk and daily newspapers can be delivered to your door. If you want to take a trip to the beach we can provide buckets, spades, fishing equipment, dingy. We also have fishing rights to the river so you are welcome to fish at any time!
We farm Cadair Idris to the summit so any requests for 4x4 trips are welcome!
Maes y Wennol is a rural and peaceful setting with no passing traffic, boasts magnificent views with the popular beaches of Tywyn and Aberdyfi less than seven miles away.
To begin your tranquil holiday at Maes y Wennol - will be a welcome pack including Cadair Idris Lamb - a true 'Taste of Wales'