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Our lovingly restored 17th century farmhouse - in the family for over 50 years - is in an extraordinary, remote location 900' above sea level, facing the sea to the west and mountains to the south. Harlech and glorious sandy beaches are just three miles away. It has a bog garden with a wildlife pool, a small river and stream.
The house has a modern kitchen, bathroom and shower room. The beautiful oak-beamed sitting room, with sofa and armchairs arranged around an inglenook with a cosy open fire, has a delightful atmosphere. The garden has a sandpit, see-saw and play-house for children, and there's a barbecue.
Harlech has a fine castle and a superb four-mile-long beach, ideal for picnics in the dunes, jogging, swimming, kites and walks. In easy reach within the Snowdonia National Park there is a wide choice of activities, including hill walking, cycling, mountain climbing, biking, golf, sailing, canoeing and white-water rafting. Also nearby is the Ffestiniog mountain railway, and Portmeirion.
Our library of books and guides at the cottage provides detailed information on the huge range of both outdoor and indoor activities in the area.