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A delightful, two bedroom bungalow in Gwynedd, Wales: sleeps 4/5 A well equipped property in the Snowdonia National Park at the foot of Cader Idris with:-
32" LCD TV, DVD Player, microwave,
fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer,
barbecue, hifi system, central heating, Welsh Tourist Board Grading (3)
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Mallorn, Arthog, Gwynedd, Wales

Spend a relaxing holiday in this spacious, semi-detached bungalow at the foot of Cader Idris within the Snowdonia National Park in mid-Wales.

The bungalow enjoys an elevated position overlooking the village of Arthog and has an attractive, mature garden secluded by shrubs and trees. From the property there is mainly an outlook across the mature garden but also across the Mawddach estuary to mountains. It is just 2 miles away from the acclaimed sandy beach at Fairbourne where there are two pubs, restaurants, a takeaway and village shops. Close by is the Cambrian Coast railway line.

The area is an ideal base for walking, sight seeing and bird watching. The bungalow has recently been carefully furnished throughout to a high standard and is equipped with washer/dryer, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, NICAM stereo teletext TV, video, hi-fi system with CD and radio, telephone, parking space, central heating and patio area with a barbecue.

The property backs on to the slopes of Cader Idris and public footpaths from Arthog give access to the whole of this superb walking area. Nearby are the famous Arthog Falls and Cregennan Lakes which are renowned for their beauty. For keen walkers, the summit of Cader Idris can also be reached. One of the most popular walks in Wales passes through Arthog. The 4 mile nature walk along the now disused railway line follows the edges of the Mawddach Estuary between Arthog and Penmaenpool, where many species of sea birds can be seen. At Penmaenpool the old railway signal box has been converted into a bird observation room and is run by the RSPB. Other activities in the area include pony trekking, fly, coarse and sea fishing, canoeing, windsurfing and water skiing.

At Fairbourne there is also a delightful narrow gauge railway that runs along the sea front connecting to a ferry to Barmouth. This is one of the many narrow-gauge lines in Snowdonia, all running through magnificent scenery.

Prices start from just 240 in the low season increasing to 390 in the high season. All prices include electricity . No smoking or pets allowed. Central heating is included from September to May. Linen, (hand and bath towel, top and bottom sheets and pillowcases) can be provided at an additional cost of 8 per person. A third of the rent is payable as a deposit on booking, minimum 75, with the remainder due 6 weeks prior to the commencement of the holiday.

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