Stone Barn Conversion At The Foot of The Rhinog Mountains Near Coed Y Brenin | Ty-Gwair-Rhinog
Perfect for larger groups who want to explore outdoors, Ty-Gwair-Rhinog is a fabulous stone barn conversion at the foot of the Rhinog Mountains near Coed-y-Brenin. With four bedrooms and five bathrooms, sleeping ten people in total, the property is a wonderful social space for large families or groups of friends visiting southern Eryri (Snowdonia). Perfectly merging modern styles with a character property, it's a perfect home-from-home.
Geared up for hikers and mountain bikers, the entrance to the property opens into a large open plan living space, leading to a boot room, cloakroom and shower room. Ideal for those muddy wet weather days, there is space for drying footwear and freshening up before entering the main property. Back into the living space, this huge L shaped room shows off the original stonework of the barn in some areas, with the remainder of the walls painted a bright white. A large ten-seater dining table with leather dining chairs takes centre stage, sitting alongside old dressers and a huge mirror on the wall. To the opposite wall, there's a two seater leather sofa providing a cosy seating spot in the space. Tucked around the corner, a lounge area features a large L shaped fabric sofa dotted with bright cushions, which is the perfect spot to relax into the evening or to catch up on your favourite shows on the wall mounted Smart TV.
Doors lead through from the dining area into the kitchen space, as well as a ground floor bedroom. The well equipped kitchen features modern fixtures and fittings including a washing machine and dryer, for guests needing to wash their muddy clothes on longer stays. With an electric oven and hob, the chef of the house can rustle up fabulous breakfasts or evening meals for the group. The final room on the ground floor is a spacious triple room with en-suite. Tucked into the rear of the barn, the pitched roof and exposed beams show off the character of the property. With three wooden framed single beds, a side table, TV, shoe storage and open clothes rails, the decor is simple but functional. The en-suite features a walk-in shower cubicle, WC and basin.
Stairs from the dining area lead up to the first floor of the stone barn conversion at the foot of the Rhinog Mountains near Coed-y-Brenin, containing an additional three bedrooms, all with en-suite shower rooms. The larger of the three rooms to the end of the property features a wooden framed double bed a single bed to the opposite side of the room. The room also features a TV on side unit, along with an open wardrobe for clothes storage. Patterned white and blue bedding provide a splash of colour to the room, otherwise decorated in neutral tones. Both other bedrooms on the first floor are slightly smaller than the main room, with two single beds, bedside tables and smart TV's. Where the roof pitch is fairly steep, velux windows provide ample natural light. Both twin rooms are simply decorated in neutral colours, with shades of blue to the bedding and the walls feature prints depicting the outdoor scenery and activities of the local area.