ENTRANCE AND HALLWAY:
As you enter the front door you will find the living room is to your left and the Kitchen / diner is to your right. The stairs lead up to the 2 bedrooms and the bathroom.
The living room offers a comfortable space for you to relax in, with a lovely multi fuel burner, surrounded by a slate and stone fireplace. There are 2 comfortable leather sofa's, 32" digital TV, with a DVD player, and a selection of DVD's for you to browse through. The ceiling has original beams and lovely views from the window which overlook the historic slate workings which this area was famous for.
KITCHEN / DINER:
The open plan kitchen and dining area is very well equipped and has everything you need for your stay at Gwalia Cottage. Fridge /Freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer, dishwasher, microwave, slow cooker, toaster and kettle. You will also find plenty of cutlery and tableware for your use.
The dining area seats 4 people comfortably and enjoys views of the slate workings and the Moelwyn Mountains.
This very cosy double bedroom has a original feature fireplace and beams. There is a wardrobe and a dressing table with mirror and 2 bedside cabinets for your use.
This lovely twin room features it's very own shower and sink area. There is a double wardrobe, bedside cabinets and a chest of drawers.
The bathroom has a separate shower plus a full size bath, wash basin and toilet.
The steep garden at Gwalia Cottage has been imaginatively landscaped with trees and shrubs which in turn enhance the natural rock features. Slate steps lead you up to a small seating area where you can take in the wonderful mountain views!!
There is also a very useful outhouse where you can store your bikes safely, and a outside tap where you can wash down those muddy wheels ...or muddy dogs!!
There is on street parking but you can usually park just on the opposite side of the road. There is also plenty of parking along one of the side streets.
There are 5 steps leading up to the front door directly off the main road. However, the cottage is set back from the main road by a small enclosed garden.
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