Nestled in the foothills of Cader Idris, in the spectacular Dysynni Valley, rests the beautiful Llanfihangel-y-Pennant. This rural hamlet is steeped in Welsh history and culture including the ancient St Michael’s Church, Castell y Bere, and Mary Jones Memorial.

front_houseOld Tyn-y-Fach is an 18th century, Grade II listed cottage. Located on a quiet no through road, nestled by a shallow stream with spectacular mountain and valley views, it provides the perfect escape from busy life with picturesque walks and mountain bike tracks from the doorstep . It looks cosy and welcoming all year round, with its slate roof, white walls, and feature windows. Inside, the house has many original features including exposed oak beams, slate floors, fireplaces and deep windows.

Inside, the house has many original features including exposed oak beams, slate floors, fireplaces and deep windows. There are three very good sized bedrooms, one double, one twin, and the third, very large room, has twin beds and a futon. There are two log burning stoves, electric storage heaters, electric oven and hob, washing machine, fridge/freezer, a bathroom, a separate toilet, and a shower room.

There is so much to do at this very special place…
From just relaxing by the log burner in the evening, enjoying the beautiful view from the window, to being more adventurous. Once you step outside the door you will become enchanted by Llanfihangel-y-Pennant. For little ones, a paddle in the stream, dam building, a short walk to the castle and waterfalls, adventures over the fields and bridges. For more adventurous types, longer walks take you further up the mountains, to Llyn Mwyngil, and ultimately to Cader Idris. If you fancy the beach, rock pooling or crab fishing, Tywyn is a 15 minute drive away. Why not walk across the bridge to Barmouth where the dunes, crabs and shells await? It’s a wonderful spot for mountain biking, with good tracks and trails from the front of the house. Other local pursuits include the steam railway, pony trekking, mine exploring, bird watching, fishing, craft centre, cinema, and swimming pool. The local pub is approximately 2 miles away – making it a perfect walk for a Sunday lunch!

Explore the site for more detailed information on this beautiful 18th century cottage, its location, things to do in the area, and details of the holiday lettings from only £239.

Old Tyn-y-Fach – a beautiful, peaceful, piece of Welsh history, with something for everyone just footsteps away…

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