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Ty Mawr is a wonderful cottage right in the middle of Gold mine territory in the heart of Snowdonia! This former mine manager's house has been renovated by the owners to provide a fine holiday cottage ready to be enjoyed. There is lots of room in Ty Mawr, with two sitting rooms and large proportioned bedrooms. Guests staying here will be torn between relaxing in the lovely surroundings or going out and exploring in some of the best walking and cycling terrain in the area.
Its wild and beautiful wooded landscape waiting to be explored. Ty Mawr is located outside the village of Bronaber, a small hamlet on the road to Dolgellau. This part of Wales is stunning and a very popular area for walkers, mountain bikers and outdoor pursuit enthusiasts. Coed y Brenin has a number of man-made bike tracks and a dual slalom course attracting mountain bikers from far and wide! Dolgellau is just a 15 min drive from Ty Mawr and here you will find plenty of restaurants and shops.
Bedrooms: Four upstairs bedrooms. Three double bedrooms and a twin room. Cot and Highchair on request.
Bathrooms: Two Bathrooms. One Upstairs bathroom with bath, shower attachment over bath, loo and basin. One downstairs shower room with loo, sink and shower cubicle. There is also a separate loo on the upstairs landing.
Kitchen: Well equipped kitchen with electric cooker, fridge/freezer and microwave. Open plan dining area with seating for all guests.
Sitting Room: 2 sitting rooms. Comfortable seating for all guests, Large TV and Sky TV and wood burner in one room. In the second room there is a small sofa an armchair and a tv.
Dining: Dining is in the kitchen. There is a table and seating for guests.
Garden: The glorious Welsh outdoors is your garden! The forest and the trails that lead from the door at Ty Mawr is waiting to be explored either by foot or on bike! Please be careful in the surrounding area there are some drops and steep slopes as you might expect in a national park.
Heating: The house is central heated by an airsource heat pump. There is also a log burner in the sitting room.
Parking: There is private parking at the side of the house for many cars.
This was my first holiday in North Wales for 40 years and the first for my family, we all had a great time, with many varied days out exploring what the North Wales had to offer had to offer, North Wales has many breath taking views. The house location being rural may not suit everyone, but for us the absolute silence, the views, the character of the house, made it awesome.we do hope to return soon.
Really enjoyed our stay here over the two weeks and from the moment you step in it had the WOW factor, very high standard well-furnished and beautifully decorated, we felt at home straight Very well positioned in Snowdonia with amazing views from all the bedrooms. it's a shame we can't wake up to that every morning. The house was clean, very well equipped wifi / Smart TV. I would highly recommend this property to everyone couples and family's and even groups. The only drawback was the property would do with a washing machine.
What a wonderful two week break we had at Ty Mawr (despite the weather!) - remote location set in a spectacular surroundings. No noise, no traffic with superb walks starting after taking no more than 35 steps from the front door! Beautifully appointed house with four spacious bedrooms and two reception room with TV in both. Lashings of hot water for 6 adults to have a good shower not a problem. The only two things missing to get a 5/5 rating is the absence of a washing machine and dishwasher, but the lack of these two amenities are easily forgiven for everything else!
We had a great time staying at Ty Mawr. We were a party of 7, with one toddler - otherwise in our twenties and thirties and keen on trail running and mountain biking. From the house to the Coed y Brenin centre it is about four miles on forestry roads, or about 3 miles if you are running and happy to use footpaths that go cross country.
The house is big enough for 8 and the bedrooms are especially nice and of good size. Downstairs the rooms aren't enormous, but if you don't mind being cosy then everyone will fit. The wood burning stove is great, particularly after a day of being outside in the elements,
The couple of niggles we had were around the heating system - it's an air pump system and so while environmentally friendly and efficient, it's also a little fragile! Also, the dining table was a bit of a squash for all of the adults to get round, although we believe this is being sorted out.
We would definitely go back - big, comfy house in a great location for enjoying the great Welsh outdoors.