Brackenbury: 2, Sygun Terrace
The Green (view from Bedroom 1)
River Glaslyn (view from Bedroom 1)
View from summit of Cnicht (689m)
River Glaslyn in Aberglaslyn pass
Moel Hebog from riverside path
Our cosy cottage sits on Beddgelert's village green within sight and sound of the River Glaslyn. Sleeping 4-6, it combines original features with modern facilities and superb views. It's away from the hustle and bustle of the village centre, but only 2 minutes walk across the footbridge to the local shops, pubs and restaurants.
Originally a 'one-up one-down' miner's cottage with Grade 2 listing for its heritage importance, we have sympathetically extended Brackenbury over the years to provide spacious accommodation and furnished it in a traditional manner to maintain its original charm.
The village of Beddgelert is in the heart of Snowdonia, surrounded by breathtaking mountain scenery - much of which is owned by the National Trust. It is ideally placed for reaching all parts of the Snowdonia National Park, as well as the Anglesey and Llyn Peninsula Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
If you're looking for quiet relaxation, stunning beaches, mountain walks and/or adventure activities, this is the place to come. And whether you want to explore the outdoors with your four-legged friends, visit local eateries or just curl up by the fire with a book or DVD, Brackenbury Cottage assures you a warm welcome.
What people say about us
"Well again we have had a fantastic week; the cottage is charming, just as we remembered it. With the current situation with Covid-19, we felt the procedures you have put in place made us feel safe and we forgot about the whole situation as we enjoyed the peace and tranquillity of the cottage and beautiful Beddgelert."
Paula, Meirion and girls, Neath
"...it was really super-comfortable, warm and extremely well found. We didn't need anything, even for cooking our Christmas dinner...and a real bonus having the boiler room to dry everything after getting soaked everyday. Even the dogs appreciated the warmth and radiator above their bed!”
Mr & Mrs S, Wiltshire