Located close to Lake Bala in Wales, Abercelyn Cottages are ideal for families, couples, walkers, cyclists and adventure-seekers. Well behaved dogs are welcome in two of three cottages so no one is left behind. Adequate parking space for several cars and boat trailers, secure cycle storage and bike wash facilities are provided. Being in the Snowdonia National Park means there’s a wealth of things to do in the vicinity including mountain walks, water sports and bird watching. If you fancy a different way of getting around, why not then hop on the Bala Lake Railway.
There are three unique cottages to choose from and each includes: towels, linen and beds made up on arrival, complimentary tea, coffee, milk and other essentials, cots and high chairs by prior arrangement, Wi-Fi, and the use of Abercelyn Country House’s award-winning garden.
The Poor House, originally built in 1774, is four stars and sleeps six people in a double and two twin rooms.
Tithe Barn 1 is a five star, Grade II listed cottage that sleeps three.
Tithe Barn 2, also five stars, sleeps four people.
Cottages also have their patio with barbeque and furniture.
Outdoor activities available with special prices for Abercelyn guests: guided walking, navigation training and introduction to geocaching. There's also canoeing and kayaking; experience, coaching and introduction to white water. Help is also on hand with arranging other outdoor activities.
Cottages are self-catering and feature modern, fully equipped kitchens. Well behaved dogs are welcome in Tithe Barn 1 and the Poor House.
A few of the nearby highlights include:
In Llanycil, on the A494 Bala to Dolgellau Road, ½-mile from Bala (direction south-west). Abercelyn is opposite Llanycil Church/Heritage Centre (Mary Jones World).