Cosy cottage Wales stands in the picturesque village of Brynrefail on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park and lies close to the renowned Padarn Lake. Brynrefail has stunning views across the Snowdonia mountain range. The village has its own post office and café and is placed for the many coastal and rural attractions to be found in this part of Gwynedd. Easy access is available via, the excellent road network that will propel you to the historic town of Caernarfon and the University City of Bangor, who along with their neighbouring communities ensure that with a wide range of shops, services and recreational facilities, your essential needs are well catered.
This superb end terrace traditional Welsh cottage is located in the picturesque Gwynedd village of Brynrefail on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park. This former quarry man’s cottage, whose origins are believed to date back to the mid 19th century, has over recent years been tastefully modernised and since maintained to an exceptional standard by the present owner, retaining much of the style and character one would expect to find in a property of this period. The well-proportioned accommodation, which benefits from high quality wood effect UPVC double glazing and economy 7 night storage heating, includes on the ground floor a sizeable open plan lounge/kitchen/diner with a lovely centrally positioned timber staircase and an eye catching inglenook that houses a highly efficient multi fuel burner. The fully fitted bespoke kitchen, includes an automatic washing machine, a full size dishwasher, a fridge freezer and a range master 110 electric range with 5 hobs, a warming plate, a grill, 2 ovens and a powerful extractor. 2 good size bedrooms and a family bathroom can be found on the first floor.
- Once home to a quarryman, now completely rebuilt and extended using original stone and slate.
- Cosy open plan sitting /dining/kitchen has a large stone inglenook with a multifuel stove, comfortable sofas, elegant throws and a luxurious fitted cream kitchen.
- Secluded rear patio with stylish garden furniture, pots and climbers – a peaceful spot for relaxing on a long summer’s evening.
- The white kitchen with range style double cooker is spacious enough to enjoy meals around the dining table with chairs for 4
The picturesque village of Brynrefail stands on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park and lies close to the renowned Padarn Lake. The village has its own post office and café and is nicely placed for the many coastal and rural attractions to be found in this part of Gwynedd. Easy access is available via, the excellent road network that will propel you to the historic town of Caernarfon and the University City of Bangor, who along with their neighbouring communities ensure that with a wide range of shops, services and recreational facilities, your essential needs are well catered. Bangor has direct access to the A55 Expressway that in a westerly direction will take you across the lovely island of Anglesey and eastward along much of the North Wales coastline, towards Chester, Liverpool and Manchester, ultimately linking up with the UK motorway system.
Property Features Entrance Lounge 14′ 3″ X 13′ 8″ (4.35m X 4.18m)
Kitchen/Diner 14′ 3″ X 10′ 0″ (4.35m X 3.07m)
First Floor Landing Bedroom 1 14′ 0″ X 10′ 11″ (4.29m X 3.34m)
Bedroom 2 8′ 1″ X 9′ 8″ (2.47m X 2.97m)
Bathroom 5′ 10″ X 6′ 6″ (1.79m X 2.00m)
The cottage enjoys the advantage of a small yet attractive paved front garden with colourful floral borders, as well as its own parking area, while the low maintenance rear garden has the added benefit of a rocky outcrop that has been transformed into vibrant rockery with an array of different shrubs and plants. This garden, which is bestowed with a good deal of privacy, offers an ideal spot for outdoor dining and entertaining or just outside.
Welcome to Gors Bach CosyCottageWales.co.uk
Owners Contact:– Philip Suthers 07776295712
There are electric night storage heaters in the main room down stairs and in the main bedroom. They are heated through the night using cheaper economy 7 electricity and give out heating the day. They can be adjusted to suit your requirements.
Please don’t cover them as this will cause the fuse to trip.
There is a convection heater by the back door to give instant heat. Please don’t cover the heater. There is a plinth heater in the kitchen area.
The switch for the towel rail in the bathroom is on the landing.
The door on the wood burning stove must be closed when in use to prevent the smoke detectors from triggering.
The hot water tank is situated on the landing. The water is heated overnight using Economy 7 electricity. If more hot water is required during the day you will need to open the right hand cupboard door on the landing. The Horstman timer unit has a “Boost” dial. This needs turning anti- clockwise to heat the tank once more. It takes less than an hour to heat the tank.
There are fuse boxes in the top left hand kitchen cupboard and also in the cupboard on the landing upstairs.
The cooker oven will not work unless the cooker clock is set.
In the event of power failure a rechargeable flash light is provided. It is advisable to check the state of charge at the start of your stay and recharge if necessary. Feel free to use the flashlight when out walking at night. Please recharge on your return.
This is a dog friendly cottage, but please restrict your dogs to downstairs. Feel free to use the kennel. Please remove any fowling from the garden, bag it and bin it. Keep dog noise to a minimum. Please ensure your pet is in good health, wormed and flea treated before your stay.
Full instruction for all appliances are enclosed in this file. Please replace after use. Feel free to contact me on the number above if necessary.
Thank you and enjoy your stay. Philip Suthers.
SNOWDONIA NATIONAL PARK
CAFFI CABAN CAFE
SPICE OF LLANBERIS
From Caernarfon, follow the A4086 in the direction of Llanberis. Continue past Cwm-y-Glo on the right hand side and then take the next left onto the A4244 in the direction of Bangor. Continue for a short distance taking the second turning on the right and then almost immediately left into the village of Brynrefail. As you start to enter the village, you will see Gors Bach on your left hand side.