Cosy Chapel in the heart of Snowdonia close to the seaside town of Aberdyfi. Designed by local architect and finished to a excellent standard. Nearby village of Pennal has a excellent Pub and Restaurant serving fine local food. Fabulous place for lover's of the outdoors as there are many walks, cycle paths and nature reserves on the doorstep. The Historic march town of Machynlleth is a short drive and has a wide range of quality shops and eateries.
“We absolutely loved the warmth and character of the chapel (and especially the calm and beauty of the view of the field behind, which is shared by sheep and pheasants!). It is comfortably and attractively furnished, and thoughtfully equipped by host Michael. The bed in the main bedroom is one of the most comfortable that we have ever slept in on holiday - a wonderful firm thick mattress - so extra thanks, Michael, for such good nights' sleep! And we really appreciated the big fluffy bathroom towels too! Michael gave us all the info we needed for the Chapel - and about the surrounding area. The position is excellent for exploring a corner of Wales with so much to offer - the glorious countryside of the Snowdonia National Park with its dark skies, perfect for stargazing, if only the weather is clear enough; gorgeous seaside towns like Aberystwyth and Abudovey (Welsh Aberdyfi); and wonderfully quirky and alternative Machynlleth (don't miss the Centre for Alternative Technology with its friendly, wonderfully knowledgeable and passionate staff and so much to see and learn and experience - at least half a day needed or more). There was plenty more left to see for a return visit. Judi and Steve Herman - and a very happy Bertie the Bedlington Terrier”
Single bedroom in house with shared use of lounge & fully equipped kitchen. 2 other rentable rooms. Stair lift, toilets on both floors, shower over bath, wifi, TV & DVD player in lounge, books to read. Tea, coffee, breakfast cereal etc provided. Undercover outdoor space to store bikes, have a smoke etc. 10 mins from station, 2 mins from bus stop. 5 mins from pubs, restaurants, shops & playground. Lively market on weds. Great walks & bike rides in the area. In minutes you can be up in the hills.
“Just like every time I stay there. Perfect location and the property feels really homely . The kitchen is my favourite part as it is rustic and Ann keeps it stocked with lots of whole food ingredients and it’s always a welcome sight after a days work or walk around.”
Aberdovey, branded the “Jewel of the Cardigan Bay”, has always been considered an exclusive holiday destination and is also popular to those wishing to relocate to the Welsh Coast. It offers boutique shops, galleries, pubs, restaurants and along with its stunning beaches has a pretty, sheltered harbour with yacht anchorage and boat club. Standing in the Snowdonia National Park, the area is noted for its opportunities for outdoor pursuits including walking, sailing and a variety of water sports.
“Great location literally a short walk from the centre. Very relaxing and comfortable space. Well designed with everything you need to hand. Efficient heating which was great as even though the weather was good it was nice to come back to such a cosy space. Love the slate wall/fireplace but sadly no need to use log burner. Garden area, looks great too, but we didnt use that either. Spent most of our time on the beach as our 7month puppy who couldnt get enough of it! Great communication from Lisa too”