In Beddgelert, you're only 7 miles away from the harbour town of Porthmadog, and only 4 miles to Snowdon, meaning you can enjoy a quick visit to the beach in the morning and be on the summit of the highest mountain in England and Wales by the afternoon!
This is a delightful terraced cottage situated on the riverside of the mountain resort village of Beddgelert. Heather carpeted crags tower above the cottages with access across the footbridge to the Fisherman's path following the River Glaslyn.
This little split level annexe is 100m from Beddgelert village is ideal for couples wanting a cosy retreat after a day walking the hills or explaring the Snowdonia National Park by car. Beaches 7 miles, Snowdon 1 mile. STS Grade 4.
"A little cottage by the stream" - one in a row of listed cottages on the Vale of Nantgwynant side of this popular inland tourist resort at the foot of Snowdon. Cosy and tastefully furnished to match its period.
Pretty, Grade II listed cottage situated on the bank of the crystal clear river Gwynant. The cottage retains its character as well as comfort. Now under new ownership, with a few upgrades, notably WiFi which helps keep the kids quiet and helps with looking up the weather and booking tickets!
This lovely terraced cottage, built in the 1800s at the confluence of the Glaslyn and Colwyn Rivers, affords a sumptuous base camp in Beddgelert village with a Japanese tub to soak in after an invigorating walk.
Spacious comfortable cottage near the river and village centre in Beddgelert, This is a very attractively prepared terraced stone cottage with two spacious bedrooms, and a large woodland garden and patio.
The purple heather covered slopes of the Snowdon foothills surrounds this terraced cottage in the village. Although a Grade II listed cottage, like most in this pretty village, this cottage has a light and airy modern feel.
One of Beddgelert's little sectret is this cul-de-sac in the Woods, near the steam train station and within a short stroll of the shops and inns int he village. Walking from the door - even Snowdon up the Watkin Path!