Treetops in Barmouth, Gwynedd - for a short midweek or long weekend break

Welcome to Treetops and ideal choice for your next long weekend or midweek break.

Large living room. Dining room. Modern well-equipped kitchen with breakfast bar. Double bedroom with four-poster bed and en-suite shower room and toilet. Three twin bedrooms. Bathroom with spa bath, shower cubicle and toilet.

  • Full oil CH, elec, bed linen and towels inc
  • Satellite television
  • DVD
  • Microwave Oven
  • Washer/dryer
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge/freezer
  • Garden with large decking area with sea and mountain views
  • Parking (for 3 cars)
  • Indoor heated swimming pool (26ft x 8ft, depth range 4ft to 6ft)
  • Easy walking access
  • No
    smoking

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Short Break

Book a short break

Treetops is available to book for a short break. So if you are tight on holiday time this could be the perfect option

Price: £ from 1112

This cottage Sleeps a maximum of 8 people

Cottage address

Treetops
Arthog
Barmouth
Gwynedd
OSK

About Treetops

Cottage rental includes

Bursting with charm and elegance, this exceptional, detached property boasts its own private indoor heated swimming pool, decked area and landscaped gardens, all of which enjoy the magnificent views overlooking the Cardigan Bay coastline and Cader Idris mountain range. Its semi-isolated position, high above the village of Arthog, makes it a truly relaxing holiday retreat.
The area is the gateway to the Snowdonia National Park and has plenty of attractions to suit all ages and tastes nearby. Award-winning beaches surround the area with their clean bathing and golden sands. Golf enthusiasts can try their hand at Fairbourne, approximately 2 miles.
Nearby Dolgellau was subject to several gold rushes in the 1860s, when small amounts were found in the estuary, drawing hopeful prospectors from afar. Although some of the quartz veins did yield an amount of the precious metal, the source was short lived. At Bontddu, a few miles west of Dolgellau, gold extracted from that source was used for both the Queen's wedding ring, and that of Prince Charles and Princess Diana. Today the town comes alive in mid July during the Sesiwn Fawr, when a series of bands and musical activities take place in pubs and open-air stages. For walkers, Dolgellau makes a good base for a number of wonderful walks, including hikes up the magnificent Cader Idris or more gentle ambles along the Mawddach Estuary. Horse riding, and train rides along the coast are available locally, and not to be missed are the Creggenan Lakes. Other attractions include King Arthur's Labyrinth in Corris, near Machynlleth, where an underground boat takes visitors into the spectacular caverns under the Braichgoch mountain, accompanied by light and sound effects. The Corris craft centre offers visitors a delight of local crafts, including jewellery, pottery, turned wood, leather goods and candles amongst others. Other places of interest include the Centre for Alternative Technology, the Talyllyn Railway, the unusual Italianate village of Portmeirion, and the lively seaside town of Barmouth with its pretty harbour, great beach and seafood. Snowdonia is just under 1 hour away.

  • Ideal for a short break
  • Multiple bath/shower rooms
  • Four poster bed
  • Detached property
  • Indoor swimming pool
  • Television
  • En-suite
  • Sleeps 8 persons | Bedrooms 4

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