Betws Bach is a Grade II* listed 'olde worlde' farmhouse dating back to 1675.
In the 1770s before the little chapel up the road from Betws Bach was built, a Sunday School was held for the local children in the 2nd-floor bedroom. The farmhouse is of great historic interest, very quirky, full of character and charm, with original thick stone walls, petite sash windows, twisted old oak beams, large inglenook fireplaces and low ceilings.
This luxury holiday farmhouse has 4 bedrooms (3 doubles, 1 single), a bathroom with shower over bath and a large shower room. The farmhouse also offers a generous size kitchen with oak kitchen units, Portmeirion tableware, dishwasher, washer/dryer, fridge/freezer, microwave, electric oven and hob, a round dining table and chairs for 7 guests. The lounge has comfortable seating, and an interesting inglenook fireplace with a multi-fuel stove, Sky TV and DVD. A large second lounge has a TV, a three quarter size snooker table (which provides hours of fun for young and old), and also storage for bikes.
Outside there are two patio areas with amazing views of the mountains and a large lawned garden together with parking for 3 cars.
The cottage is set in its own tranquil surroundings, large private secluded garden with uninterrupted views of Snowdon and the National Park. From the cottage door, you can walk the Lleyn Coastal Path or cycle along one of the areas cycling routes which can join up with the cycle track that takes you to the Royal Town of Caernarfon. On the adjoining 180 acres of private land, rough shooting can be done by arrangement and also fishing for Brown Trout on a mile stretch of the River Dwyfach that flows through the farmland.
Situated four and a half miles north of Criccieth, just off the B4411 road at Rhoslan, the location of this cottage provides a perfect central base from which you can tour Snowdonia, the remote Lleyn Peninsula and the Cambrian/Cardigan Bay.