Swallow's Nest, SnowdoniaRef: 2111
Truly spectacular scenery of Snowdonia surrounds this house in the Cwm Pennant valley. If you are looking to get away from it all and be at one with nature then you really cannot beat this house. Set within its own farmland, this proud farmhouse stands with views of mountains and rivers, making this a very special rural private house. A 3 mile walk will land you at Rhyd Ddu, the starting point for Snowdon - the tallest mountain in England and Wales. This property is near to one of the new UNESCO World Heritage sites for Wales Slate - 'Gorseddau and Prince of Wales Slate Quarries, Railways and Mill'. Porthmadog, 8 miles away, has a variety of shops and good eating places, two narrow gauge railways with steam engines, a golf course and pretty harbour. Beddgelert, 14 miles, Cricieth, 7 miles, with its castle, shops, restaurants, pebble beach and animal farm. For the nearest pub/restaurant, you will find The Goat inn and an Indian restauraunt, 5.5 miles in Bryncir. A great base for a family or group wanting to explore the wonders of Snowdonia.
3 BEDROOMS: Two Double bedrooms and one Single bedroom. Bed linen provided, please bring your own towels. Cot available but please double check what spec/bedding is provided before your stay.
BATHROOM: Electric shower over the bath, hand wash basin and WC.
KITCHEN/DINING AREA: Farmhouse style fitted units with electric hob, fridge, microwave and oil Stanley oven. Dining table and seating for 5 people and comfortable seating. Doors leading to decking area.
LOUNGE: Real flame electric fire, 28" TV.
UTILITY ROOM: Great for bike storage, freezer & washing machine.
WC: Separate WC and hand wash basin downstairs.
GARDEN: Enclosed garden surrounding the house. Spectacular mountain views, small decking area and small wendy house.
PARKING: Ample private parking.
HEATING: Oil central heating throughout.
PETS: One well behaved pet allowed.
LINEN: Yes (cot linen not included)
WIFI: This is a 'digital detox' property. There is currently no wifi connection. Please check your mobile service network coverage if it's a concern.
EXTRA: Phone signal is very weak here. Pay phone available for emergency calls.
2021 Price Group: 15
Mini-break rules: No mini-breaks allowed at this property.
Visit Wales Comments (October, 2016):
"A traditional farmhouse in a very rural location, the views are absolutely lovely. Garden with decking area and plenty of parking. All areas are wellmaintained making this a homely property."
Overall Quality Percentage: 72%
Mr & Mrs C.T. (July, 2017): "Such a warm, cosy, well equiped cottage. Set in a breath taking location"
Mr & Mrs C (July, 2017): "Thank you for the gorgeous holiday! Being here was totaly an increadible experence. The house, farm and beauty here exceeded all our expectations."
Mr & Mrs E (Sept, 2015): "Just a quick email about our stay at Swallow's Nest. It was spotlessly clean and very well equipped. It was wonderful to be able to take our dog with us, who enjoyed a swim in the near by stream everyday. The location in conveniently situated to some of the most lovely visitor attractions but it was so nice to return to the tranquillity of the valley in the evening. Our hosts could not have been more helpful, even leaving Welsh cakes for our arrival.Please extend our thanks and best wishes to them."
Mr P (Sept, 2015): "My sister and I loved Swallow's Nest, its remoteness, the incredible beauty of Cwm Pennant, the warm homeliness of the house and the friendliness of the owners. It was ideal for us as we enjoy being away from the 'madding crowd'. Highlights of the week were travelling on the Welsh Highland and Ffestiniog Railways and the day spent at the Lloyd George museum and cottage."
Mrs T (August, 2015): "We had a great time at Swallows Nest. It was well equipped and beautifully clean throughout. The decor is quite dated but it suited the house and the immaculate cleanliness made up for that. The owners were available if we had any problems, which we didn't. The setting is amazing, well off the beaten track, and there are good walks from the door. It does take a while to get anywhere as the house is at the end of the valley but the views and seclusion were worth that small sacrifice. We would go there again."
Mr S (August, 2015): "It was excellent thank you, the house was in a great location and the amenities in the house and instructions were very good. The owner was also on hand given he works a 100 yds away and very accommodating and nice. Definitely a house that would be hard to beat in Snowdonia I suspect."
We strongly recommend that you take our Cancellation Protection (see Terms & Conditions). If you continue you will notice that during the next booking steps this will automatically be selected for you and the price will increase, so simply de-select them on the bookings screen if you already have holiday insurance or if you do not want any cover.
The Pet Charge for all properties accepting pets is £20 per pet.
After your stay, we ask you kindly to please leave the property as it is found, in a clean and tidy manner. This includes replacing the furniture if you have moved them, emptying all internal bins, clean and put away plates etc., clean work tops and surfaces and hoover the floors.
No Smoking: We want all our guests to enjoy an odour free environment when they arrive at their property. We therefore prohibit smoking within the premises in ALL our properties. A 'Refreshing Charge' will be levied on guests who smoke in properties. A No Smoking Policy may form part of a property's statutory Fire Risk Assessment.
Mini-breaks & Weekends: In most cases, bookings that are for less than 7 nights in the season (Easter to the end of October) are only bookable at short notice. Out of season (November to last week before Easter) is more flexible. The mini-break rules for each property is stated on the description. Weekend booking requests that do not start or end on a property's change-over day or cross over more than 1 week, are at the discretion of the property owner. Please feel free to call us to discuss your requirements.
|Period||Week Price||3 night price|
|07 August 2021 to 20 August 2021||£ 897||£ 718|
|21 August 2021 to 27 August 2021||£ 852||£ 682|
|28 August 2021 to 03 September 2021||£ 712||£ 570|
|04 September 2021 to 17 September 2021||£ 627||£ 502|
|18 September 2021 to 24 September 2021||£ 537||£ 430|
|25 September 2021 to 15 October 2021||£ 487||£ 390|
|16 October 2021 to 29 October 2021||£ 597||£ 478|
|30 October 2021 to 10 December 2021||£ 432||£ 346|
|11 December 2021 to 17 December 2021||£ 597||£ 478|
|18 December 2021 to 31 December 2021||£ 727||£ 582|
|01 January 2022 to 07 January 2022||£ 777||£ 622|
|08 January 2022 to 04 February 2022||£ 482||£ 386|
|05 February 2022 to 11 February 2022||£ 537||£ 430|
|12 February 2022 to 25 February 2022||£ 557||£ 446|
|26 February 2022 to 25 March 2022||£ 482||£ 386|
|26 March 2022 to 01 April 2022||£ 647||£ 518|
|02 April 2022 to 22 April 2022||£ 677||£ 542|
|23 April 2022 to 29 April 2022||£ 557||£ 446|
|30 April 2022 to 27 May 2022||£ 647||£ 518|
|28 May 2022 to 03 June 2022||£ 777||£ 622|
|04 June 2022 to 01 July 2022||£ 742||£ 594|
|02 July 2022 to 08 July 2022||£ 762||£ 610|
|09 July 2022 to 15 July 2022||£ 777||£ 622|
|16 July 2022 to 22 July 2022||£ 902||£ 722|
|23 July 2022 to 19 August 2022||£ 947||£ 758|
|20 August 2022 to 26 August 2022||£ 902||£ 722|
|27 August 2022 to 02 September 2022||£ 762||£ 610|
|03 September 2022 to 16 September 2022||£ 677||£ 542|
|17 September 2022 to 23 September 2022||£ 587||£ 470|
|24 September 2022 to 14 October 2022||£ 537||£ 430|
|15 October 2022 to 04 November 2022||£ 647||£ 518|
|05 November 2022 to 09 December 2022||£ 482||£ 386|
|10 December 2022 to 16 December 2022||£ 647||£ 518|
|17 December 2022 to 30 December 2022||£ 777||£ 622|
Your Selected Dates