Key Holiday Home Information:Dog-Friendly, up to 2 dog(s) welcome by arrangement.
Ideal for honeymoons or romantic breaks at any time of year, this one bedroom log cabin could be your personal love nest in Snowdonia for a week or a short break. Step into this log cabin and enter your own private secluded world. The open-plan living area is surprisingly spacious for a log cabin for just two people. Curl up on the comfortable sofas and enjoy the added warmth of the log burner. If you would like to step the heat up a bit, there is a sauna for two. This log cabin is holiday accommodation to enjoy as part of your visit to Snowdonia. As stunning as the vistas are and irrespective of the number of fantastic sights to see and things to do in this part of southern Snowdonia, you will eventually want to return to your beautiful log cabin and recharge your batteries. There is a barbecue in the pretty back garden where you could demonstrate your culinary skills and impress your loved one. You can also bring your dog on holiday to this log cabin – he’ll certainly enjoy the mountain walks and beaches. The enclosed back garden is also a safe place where the dog can run around. A fabulous oak kitchen has a wine rack and a big American-style fridge freezer for your holiday food and wine. Great food is an important part of any holiday and with self-catering, you are in control at all times. Cook for yourself or eat out, you know what you like best and can arrange to have exactly what you want and if you would like to prepare a romantic dinner, there is a dining table to eat it in style and comfort. A full English breakfast is little trouble to cook for two and a dishwasher makes easy work of the cleaning up. After dark, retreat to a snug, carpeted and wood lined, double bedroom. A holiday here could be more than a dream. Come for a week to explore Dolgellau, Barmouth and the southern reaches of Snowdonia or for a short break to simply relax and have a good time together.
Entertainment and/or Leisure Facilities on Offer:
Flexible changeover day: No
Recommended Attractions near Brithdir: There are simply too many attractions to list here, however in the Brithdir and Dolgellau area there are good opportunities for angling during your log cabin holiday if both you and your partner enjoy whiling away a few pleasant hours on a riverbank. There is a 13 mile stretch for angling on the rivers Mawddach and Wnion with plentiful trout and salmon. Llyn Cynwch is a good spot to fish for rainbow and brown trout, also fly fishing at Creggenan Lakes. The Afon Mawddach valley between the town of Dolgellau and the eastuary into Cardigan Bay, by Barmouth, is oustandingly beautiful and wildlife rich. A former disused railway track has been converted to a cycle route and is a very good way to take in the scenery. Hire bicycles or perhaps a tandem for two in Dolgellau and see if you can finish the 8 mile route and get to the sea. Go for a nature ramble and see if you can spot reclusive pine martens, otters or red squirrels.
Good places to visit near Brithdir: Where is good to visit in south Snowdonia much depends on your own personal interests. Some people will be blissfully happy taking photographs of the mountainous scenery, others like to hike or investigate the pubs. Thankfully, there is literally something for everyone in Snowdonia. It would take the best part of a week to explore the lovely stretch of countryside between the holiday log cabin and the coast. Both Fairbourne and Barmouth on the coast have very good Blue Flag beaches.More about the Location:
Good places to eat near Brithdir: We can recommend a list of restaurants on arrival that previous guests have liked.