Unique & Quirky • Dolgellau, Wales
Stay in the quaint toll keeper’s cottage alongside the Mawddach estuary, with amazing waterside views. The bridge was built in 1879 as a replacement for a ferry crossing and the cottage is said to have been added to around the 1900s.
About this home
The cottage can sleep up to two guests, with a kitchen, dining and lounge nestled around the cosy log burner, perfect for an evening in around the fire.
There’s also a shower room, and double bedroom with striped wooden walls all around which just adds to the character and charm.
Outside enjoy expansive and uninterrupted views on the terrace – the ideal place to relax, watch the local wildlife and immerse in the breath-taking scenery.
And of course, you can also watch the occasional car, bike or group of walkers go by during the day and crossing the historic bridge.
The cottage is well located for visiting guests to explore the stunning scenery of the area.
The adjacent cycle track, the Mawddach trail, that used to be the old railway track is perfect for strolls as well as bikes.
The foothills of the majestic Cadir and Idris are on the near horizon tempting you to explore their magnificence and beauty, and the beast that is Snowdonia is just a short drive away.
At a glance
- Character property
- Beautifully appointed
- Village Location
- All on one level
- Contemporary Interior
- Idyllic setting
- Countryside views
- Private parking
Good to know
Slightly further afield is the seaside town of Barmouth that includes stunning sandy beaches, and the traditional market town of Dolgellau offering a range of artisan shops and weekly farmers market is only two miles away.