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Self-Catering in Dolgellau

National Trust Cottages, Dolgellau, North Wales

National Trust Cottages
Braich Melyn
Dinas Wawddwy

North Wales

SY20 9LX | View map
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This delightful and welcoming stone built cottage dating from the late 17th century with attached barns is of great historic interest and has many attractive features. It is situated on 'Dolobran Farm' a working hill farm with superb views across the valley.

Kitchen/dining area divided by exposed vertical beams, sitting room with multi fuel stove set in traditional cottage fireplace with bread oven.

Two interconnecting bedrooms (1 double and 1 twin, both with antique brass/iron beds) and a bathroom with shower over bath.

Visitor Notes
Electric radiator central heating included. Fenced parking area for two vehicles some 275 metres from the cottage which is approached on foot up and across an upland field where livestock graze. It is advisable to wear suitable footwear. In view of access on foot visitors are advised to arrive in daylight. A television and video player are provided but please note there is no television reception. Visitors may wish to bring videos.

Accommodates 4 + cot


Months Open: All Year
Number of Units: 1
Unit Type: Cottage
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