- £399 per week
- £57 per night
- 2 Guests
- 1 Bedroom
- 1 Bathroom
- 2 Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 king/super-king bed
- 1 WC
- Towels provided
How far to ...?
- Beach 10 miles
- Pub 0.3 miles
- Shop 0.3 miles
- Open fire or woodburner
- Countryside views
- Walk-in shower
Important - please note
- Check in: 4:00pm
- Check out: 9:00am
- The property has very steep stairs, which are not really suitable for young children.
To give our cleaners enough time to complete the additional cleaning and sanitising that is currently needed to keep our guests safe, check-in and check-out times at the majority of our properties have been temporarily revised. The revised times for this property are reflected above.
Mynydd Annedd Cottage is an 18th century former copper miner’s cottage in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park in the pretty village of Beddgelert. This cosy terraced cottage for two has a woodburning stove creating a lovely atmosphere all year round and is just a couple of minutes' stroll to the justifiably popular village, with its scenic riverside walks, National Trust shop, station for the Welsh Highland Railway, pubs, cafes and general store. 14 miles to Llanberis, 3 miles to the nearest footpath up Snowdon, 13 miles to Caernarfon and 8 miles to Porthmadog and the beach at Black Rock Sands.
The Cottage: has an open plan living/dining room and kitchen with a beamed ceiling and an inglenook fireplace with woodburner.
Living room: is comfortably furnished and has a flatscreen Freeview TV/ DVD and WiFi. Lots of personal touches such as a welcome pack and plenty of local information add to the cottage's appeal. Table and chairs for two.
The kitchen: is well set out and includes a dishwasher, electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, microwave and coffee maker.
Steep stairs lead up to the first floor
Bedroom: has a king size bed, and good views up the valley.
Bathroom: has a shower cubicle, WC and basin.
Outside: to the front of the house is a little patio with a table and chairs. Parking is in the lay by a few yards down the road but offloading is possible at the front.
This is a great location for a huge variety of activities and attractions. Beddgelert itself is famous for its lovely walks, for the legend of Gelert the dog and for its superb and popular ice cream shop! The Watkin path up Snowdon is 3 miles away, with a lovely café at the start serving homemade food. The National Trust’s Craflwyn Hall has well signposted woodland walks and activities. The whole area is a walker’s paradise, for those wanting to go into the mountains or take things at a more leisurely pace. There is a bike hire shop in Beddgelert at the start of the Lon Las Gwyrfai which goes for 4 miles through scenic forest up to Rhyd Ddu with its good pub and café and other paths up Snowdon. The Welsh Highland Railway, with a station in Beddgelert, also transports bikes, for a small fee, enabling you to do one-way trips. The Aberglaslyn Pass, with its stunning river for paddling or swimming, can be explored on foot or from the train. Further afield, Porthmadog is a thriving town with many great beaches close by and Caernarfon with its historic castle is not to be missed.
Electricity, heating and an initial supply of logs included
Bed linen and towels provided
No smoking inside please
Very steep stairs, not suitable for young children or the infirm
Beddgelert is a pretty village in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park, situated on the banks of the river Glaslyn and below the slopes of Moel Hebog. It’s a great place to stay with lots of different things to see and do. Here are my top seven days out!
- From the village take a short walk along the banks of the river to visit Gelert's grave. This marks the resting place of Gelert the faithful hound of welsh prince, Llewelyn the Great, discover the intriguing legend yourself whilst visiting the village.
- The superb Welsh Highland Railway runs through Beddgelert on its way from Caernarfon to Porthmaog. Discover the whole journey or just short sections with perhaps a linear walk.
- Glaslyn ice creams are a must have for anyone passing through Beddgelert. For those staying, Hebog Café serves good food during the day and evening with seating by the river. Caffi Gwynant a few miles away serves fantastic homemade and local goodies.
- You can rent bikes in Beddgelert and cycle up the traffic free Lon Gwyrfai cycle path to Rhydd Ddu, a lovely ride, easier if you put the bikes on the train and cycle back down!
- Visit the award winning Sygun Copper Mines where you can take a self-guided tour into the heart of the mines to discover this amazing piece of industrial heritage.
- Moel Hebog dominates the skyline of Beddgelert and is a good walk for the experienced walker. A couple of miles up the valley is the Watkin Path, one of the main paths up Snowdon.
- If you are feeling brave there’s plenty of wild swimming to be had. The Glaslyn river itself is popular, or a little up the valley on the way up Snowdon are the incredible crystal clear pools alongside the Watkin Path. Or there’s Llyn Gwynant for lake swimming and water sports.