The Old Barn: A holiday cottage in the North Wales countrysideTHE OLD BARN
and
BRYN LLAN
Maerdy and Bala,
Gwynedd,
Snowdonia and Conwy,
North Wales

Photo:View direct from the lounge and kitchen window of The Old Barn.

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Each cottage sleeps 2 +cot.
Pets welcome in The Old Barn.
No smoking.

Prices:
The Old Barn: £100 - £280 pw (Short breaks £60 - £140).
Brynllan: £130 - £400 pw (Short breaks £80 - £200).

Pagelinks to our other cottages:
Fedw'r Gog, Near Bala, sleeps 2
Maesmor and Hen Hafod, Bala, each sleeps 6



For further details please contact:

G Owen
Tel: 01490 460448
Mob: 07890225907
Last minute vacancies during weeks starting:
17 Nov, 24 Nov, 1 Dec, 8 Dec, 15 Dec, 22 Dec


 THE OLD BARN
Nestling in the heart of the beautiful North Wales countryside this barn conversion enjoys stunning panoramic views, is ideal for those wishing to take an "away from it all" break at any time of the year.  
  • Situated 7 miles northeast of Bala, a renowned water sport centre on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park, within easy reach of Betws y Coed, Chester, Llangollen, Llandudno and Mid Wales.
  • There are also scenic walks directly from the doorstep.
  • The local pub/restaurant is less than a mile away.

 Accommodation  
  • Comfortable lounge looking out to fields and hills. Oak floor and woodburner (logs provided). Feature beams throughout.
  • Kitchen.
  • Bathroom with shower.
  • Bedroom with 1 double and 2 single beds.
  • Full oil central heating.
  • Sitting out area.
  • Safe parking.
If the date you require is booked, we have six more properties that might suit you, at a reduced rate for 2 and 4 people. (Please click on page links near the top of this page, beneath the prices).

Location  
  • Network of old footpaths and lovely walks.
  • Great fishing.
  • Cycling tracks.
  • Leisure Centre, Bala and Corwen.
  • Water sports at Bala.



BRYN LLAN
An attractive bungalow 3 minutes away from Bala Lake, on a quiet private estate in the small picturesque town of Bala. The area is best known for its lake and skyline views and the backdrop of the Berwyn and Aran mountain range. This makes it an ideal holiday for relaxing or outdoor pursuits.

Accommodation  
  • Full gas central heating.
  • Plenty of parking.
  • Lounge.
  • Large kitchen / dining room.
  • Bathroom with bath and walk-in shower.
  • 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 twin.
Location
The town itself has a good range of individual shops, bars and restaurants all of which are in walking distance, and for those wishing to explore the region it is perfect for North Wales, Snowdonia and Mid Wales with Castle, steam trains and National Trust properties.

   
Last minute vacancies during weeks starting:
17 Nov, 24 Nov, 1 Dec, 8 Dec, 15 Dec, 22 Dec



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THE OLD BARN
and
BRYN LLAN
Maerdy and Bala,
Gwynedd,
Snowdonia and Conwy,
North Wales

Photo:View direct from the lounge and kitchen window of The Old Barn.

__________________

Each cottage sleeps 2 +cot.
Pets welcome in The Old Barn.
No smoking.

Prices:
The Old Barn: £100 - £280 pw (Short breaks £60 - £140).
Brynllan: £130 - £400 pw (Short breaks £80 - £200).

Pagelinks to our other cottages:
Fedw'r Gog, Near Bala, sleeps 2
Maesmor and Hen Hafod, Bala, each sleeps 6


For further details please contact:

G Owen
Tel: 01490 460448
Mob: 07890225907
Last minute vacancies during weeks:
17 Nov, 24 Nov, 1 Dec, 8 Dec, 15 Dec, 22 Dec




THE OLD BARN
Nestling in the heart of the beautiful North Wales countryside this barn conversion enjoys stunning panoramic views, is ideal for those wishing to take an "away from it all" break at any time of the year.  






Accommodation   If the date you require is booked, we have six more properties that might suit you, at a reduced rate for 2 and 4 people. (Please click on page links near the top of this page, beneath the prices).

Location  

BRYN LLAN
An attractive bungalow 3 minutes away from Bala Lake, on a quiet private estate in the small picturesque town of Bala. The area is best known for its lake and skyline views and the backdrop of the Berwyn and Aran mountain range. This makes it an ideal holiday for relaxing or outdoor pursuits.







Accommodation   Location
The town itself has a good range of individual shops, bars and restaurants all of which are in walking distance, and for those wishing to explore the region it is perfect for North Wales, Snowdonia and Mid Wales with Castle, steam trains and National Trust properties.

   






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