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"Since time immemorial, Snowdonia has served as a safe haven from the world, and this newly opened farmhouse is in the happy position of being a remote oasis within it. On a 750-acre farm, with the nearest house half a mile away, Cae Einion is king of all it surveys, commanding spectacular views of the Cader Idris mountain range. There's underfloor heating throughout, while outside there are footpaths to the Cregennan Lakes and the Mawddach Trail along the estuary to the sea at Barmouth." Guardian newspaper review
Cae Einion is the perfect location for those who can't decide between the mountains and the beach, the cottage enjoys an astounding location in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park, with stunning views of the Cader Idris mountain range, and 750 acres of private farmland. Yet only 10 minutes from golden sands. The location is remarkable at any time of year - check out these travel blog photos, taken in the winter by a guest whose walk started on the land.
There are few places as beautiful in the UK. Cae Einion offers a handsomely furnished secluded farmhouse that is snug all year round. You'd be hard pushed to find anywhere better to stay in Snowdonia (other than Gallestra which is privately situated on the same family farm about half a mile away!) - this one really is a gem.
You have direct access onto the Snowdonia National Park walk to the Cregennan Lakes and Arthog, connecting with the Mawddach Trail along the estuary between Dolgellau and Barmouth. Within walking distance there are Sites of Special Scientific Interest, RSPB reserves, important geology at Pared Y Cefnhir, and prehistoric and medieval sites. A special house in a very special location. Further photos on our facebook page
All windows from main rooms have spectacular views over the Snowdonia National Park.
Underfloor heating throughout and radiators upstairs, plus two wood-burning stoves! First basket of wood provided and further supplies can be bought in Dolgellau.
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"Had a lovely week, lots of walks on the hills and the nearby beaches but you can't beat the view of the mountains from the bench in the front garden. Hope future holidays are as good as the first. Many thanks for a great stay." S and A, Nottingham
Property approached by a steep, narrow rural road, and then a private gravel track which is suitable for all but the lowest slung vehicles (or c250m walk, but most cars fine). This property would not suit the infirm as the stairs in the property are narrow /steep. It is also approached by steep stone steps to the front door. The back door opens out directly onto sheep pasture and dogs must be carefully controlled to prevent escape. Dogs must be kept on a lead outside the enclosed front garden. Locked storage available for bicycles.
This accommodation strictly operates Monday / Friday changeovers only
Prices include heating and electricity where it is installed, bed-linen, towels, and hot water. Guests may be responsible for purchasing extra baskets of logs/fuel if desired.