Tyddyn-y-Felin is a period farmhouse dating back to 1592 and was the home of a local bard who was the present owner's Grandfather. Four generations of the family have lived here. The home has a lot of history and used to have a water wheel, hence the name Felin meaning mill.
Situated in a wealth of unspoilt beauty in a quiet position in the hills above Harlech, 2 miles, with its sandy beaches, 18 hole Royal St. David’s Golf Club and castle. The house is reached via a 300 meter farm road off a country lane and cycle path which leads to the Roman Steps and another valley with its waterfalls and magnificent scenery for walking.
Situated in the Snowdonia National Park and within easy reach of Portmeirion, Porthmadog, Barmouth and several tourist attractions i.e. zip wires/narrow gauge railways, caves etc.. The owners live in a small annexe at the side which is kept private from the main property and there is a pond for fishing (50 yards) and several lakes in the area. Shop and pub 2 miles. Private garden. This property is ideal for ramblers/cyclists/artists/photographers/bird watching for groups of 6/7 and a cycle path which will test you on the surrounding hill roads which is ideal for training your cycling stamina! Star Gazers will be amazed, no smog here!
We are dog friendly and one is free of charge (2 dogs maximum) and a second dog at £16.00 per week.