Cottages in Maentwrog Village in The Heart of Snowdonia National Park

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Cottages in Maentwrog Village in The Heart of Snowdonia National Park


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Cottage in Maentwrog

Greystones 18th Century Cottage

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Sleeps:  2      No of Bedrooms:  1     
Weekly Price (low Season):  £299     (High Season):  £515

Greystones 18th Century Cottage can be found in the Snowdonia village of Maentwrog in the Vale of Ffestiniog, a charming stone-built cottage which forms part of the owners' large Georgian Grade II listed house, yet it's completely private. As the owners are close at hand they are available to answer any questions, either about the cottage or should you require any information on things to see...

 

Maentwrog Tourist Information

A beautiful village nested in the Ffestiniog valley

Maentwrog is a picturesque village which can be found nestled in the Vale of Ffestiniog in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park, it is situated between the renowned slate mining town of Blaenau Ffestiniog and the bustling coastal town of Porthmadog.


This pretty village provides its visitors with two pubs, both of which serve food. Maentwrog is easy to get to as it sits on the A496 road in the lower part of the Ffestiniog Valley, there is a regular local bus service which calls in on the village on its route between the towns of Blaenau Ffestiniog and Dolgellau.

Dyffryn Maentwrog and Llyn Mair
The village of Maentwrog lies the banks of the meandering river Dwyryd, to the North of which is Dyffryn Maentwrog and Llyn Mair, an extensive network of over 18 miles of footpaths where walkers will find an outstanding range of habitats and abundant wildlife. The Maentwrog oak woodlands have been designated as a Special Area of Conservation, it's particularly impressive with its rare and endangered ferns, mosses, liverworts, lichens and fungi.

Maentwrog Holiday Cottages in The Ffestiniog Valley
As walkers amble around they may come across an unexpected sight as the steam hauled trains of the Ffestiniog Railway chuff their way through the landscape, taking passengers between Blaenau Ffestiniog and Porthmadog. Plas Halt is located in the middle of the woods and allows passengers to disembark from the train, this is not a scheduled stop, therefore, passengers need to advise the guard that they require the train to stop as soon as possible.

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1 Rentals Found

Greystones 18th Century Cottage

Cottage in Maentwrog (13 Photos)
Greystones 18th Century Cottage

No Reviews

Sleeps: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Low Season: £299
High Season: £515

Maentwrog tourist information

A beautiful village nested in the Ffestiniog valley

Maentwrog is a picturesque village which can be found nestled in the Vale of Ffestiniog in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park, it is situated between the renowned slate mining town of Blaenau Ffestiniog and the bustling coastal town of Porthmadog.


This pretty village provides its visitors with two pubs, both of which serve food. Maentwrog is easy to get to as it sits on the A496 road in the lower part of the Ffestiniog Valley, there is a regular local bus service which calls in on the village on its route between the towns of Blaenau Ffestiniog and Dolgellau.

Dyffryn Maentwrog and Llyn Mair
The village of Maentwrog lies the banks of the meandering river Dwyryd, to the North of which is Dyffryn Maentwrog and Llyn Mair, an extensive network of over 18 miles of footpaths where walkers will find an outstanding range of habitats and abundant wildlife. The Maentwrog oak woodlands have been designated as a Special Area of Conservation, it's particularly impressive with its rare and endangered ferns, mosses, liverworts, lichens and fungi.

Maentwrog Holiday Cottages in The Ffestiniog Valley
As walkers amble around they may come across an unexpected sight as the steam hauled trains of the Ffestiniog Railway chuff their way through the landscape, taking passengers between Blaenau Ffestiniog and Porthmadog. Plas Halt is located in the middle of the woods and allows passengers to disembark from the train, this is not a scheduled stop, therefore, passengers need to advise the guard that they require the train to stop as soon as possible.

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