Plas Gwyn

Plas Gwyn

Plas Gwyn was built in the early 1800’s for the then manager of the Sygun copper mine on the outskirts of the village, it’s prominent features reflecting the importance of his stature . A 19th century town house in the centre of the award-winning village of Beddgelert - surely the showpiece village of Snowdonia

Built over three floors and one of the tallest properties in the village  commanding majestic views across the River Colwyn and next to the most photographed bridge in Wales, the property offers views over the Aberglaslyn valley, Moel Hebog and the village below. It is ideally situated for mountain walking, other outdoor pursuits and scenic drives.

Plasgwyn offers five spacious bedrooms to accommodate upto 9 people, one king, two doubles, one  twin and a single room and 3 bathrooms. A spacious sitting room with flat screen t.v and reclining sofa, a traditional Welsh dining room with its large farm house table and a modern well equipped kitchen with fridge, freezer and a washing machine .

Our secret garden to the rear of the property offers peace and tranquillity with comfortable Ratan loungers and a dining table for those early evening drinks or just unwind after a hard days walk in snowdonia .

The south facing paths of Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon) Pen y pass,miners and Watkin are all within 5miles and the Rhyd Ddu path just two miles away.

Portmeirion 7 miles

Caernarfon Castle 12 miles and most other castles within 20 miles

Black rock Sands 8 miles

Zip world 12miles

To name just a few !

The village offers a grocery,award winning ice cream, pizza parlour, cafe, bistros, 3 pubs and a woodcraft shop .

Last but not least the special site of Gelert’s grave the legendary faithful hound of a distant Prince of Wales 

Welsh highland railway station in village goes from Porthmadog to Caernarfon.

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