Perched on the edge of the beautiful Snowdonia National Park, with far-reaching views of the wonderful Cader Idris and Dysynni Valley, is the charming Dorma Bungalow Tyrau Tywyn. Bring your family to the ideally positioned property which is surrounded by a vast array of attractions and activities, perfect for those seeking a tranquil setting, yet within a stone’s throw from the wealth of shops, eateries and pubs within the town of Tywyn. Look forward to enjoying your morning coffee within the brightly decorated kitchen where the floor-to-ceiling windows flood the room with natural light and offer breath-taking views of sunsets painting the surrounding rich-in-fauna saltmarsh and Cadair Idris massif in golden hues. After rustling up an evening meal within the amply equipped kitchen, join your loved ones for a sociable evening within the dining room where you will find a good selection of games and books for those rainy days. Continuing to impress is the quaint sitting room, which boasts a clever blend of antique quirks and contemporary furnishing to ensure a wonderful evening’s rest in front of the warming electric fire. Completing the interior is two ground-floor doubles and a twin bedroom which is tucked away within the attic of the property, perfect for younger guests. To the outside, you will find a spacious enclosed garden area where your canine companions will be able to stretch their legs while you soak up your surroundings. To keep you and your loved ones busy whilst staying here, spend afternoon at the golden stretch of a Blue Flag beach which is perfect for learning to surf and also the sand dunes before walking along the Victorian promenade with a cooling ice cream. Taµrs Tywyn is enveloped by Snowdonia National Park's Cadiar Idris massif to the north, south and east and the rolling waves of Cardigan Bay to the West, where will you find one of the UK's best beaches to learn to surf with it's reliable low breakers. Immediately bordering the property is the salth marsh of the Dysynni boasting an array of fauna, such as Red Kites, spring lambs, jersey cows, a myriad of butterflies and small birds. Badgers, hedgehogs and foxes cross the property nightly - just admire them from the cosy kitchen couch with a claret in hand. World class fresh water canoeing, mountainbiking, hiking, fishing, rock climbing are all within ten minutes walk of TÅµrs Tywyn. Those culture vultures can sample the independent cinema, ancient celtic church, independent bookshop or the haute cuisine restaurants of Tywyn high street - located a few minutes walk away. Tyrau Tywyn
promises a wonderful getaway for a traditional seaside getaway.
Three bedrooms; 2 x ground-floor double bedroom (master bedroom has large cinema style TV inside cupboard), 1 x twin bedroom, 1x double sofa bed on ground floor. Ground-floor shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC. Ground-floor WC and basin. Kitchen/diner. Dining Room. Sitting Room with electric fire. Utility.
Amenities for Rental
Gas central heating with electric fire
Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, selection of books and games, WiFi and TVs
Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
Fuel and power inc. in rent
Off-road parking for three cars and shed storage
Enclosed lawned front garden with fire pit and seating (30m x 15m), enclosed lawned rear garden 15m x 15m) and side patio area with furniture (10m x 4m)
One well-behaved pet welcome (All though enclosed garden, cannot guarantee pet proof) Sorry, no smoking
Shop within 0.3 miles and pub within 0.5 miles.
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Listing Updated: 20/03/2021
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