Blaenau Ffestiniog is in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. This traditional slate mining town has plenty to explore such as the Llechwedd Slate Caverns, the Ffestiniog Railway and a grand Victorian viaduct.
Bron View Cottage is a terraced rail worker’s home with a traditional stone façade. Inside, there is a period open fire, warm wooden floors and original storage cupboards.
It is a dog-friendly holiday home, so you can take along the family pet too. With plenty of space to self-cater and a large dining table to sit at, this place is a great house to stay in.
At A Glance
One Dog Allowed
Pets - No Charge
Pub Within 1 Mile
About Bron View Cottage
The open fire in this stone cottage is the focal point of the living room. After long walks in the Welsh countryside, there’s nothing better than sitting beside a warm fire with a cuppa. To the front of the cottage there’s a patio with views of the Monad Mountains.
Bron View was originally built as a rail workers cottage and the owners have retained many of the delightful original features. With wooden floors and a beautiful fire place in the living room, this home-from-home is comfy and restful.
We understand that your pup is part of the family, so bring him or her on holiday with you and have a great time here together. Dogs are welcome to stay at the cottage free of charge. The enclosed courtyard at the back means the family pet can venture outside in safety. With plenty of places to stroll nearby, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it’s time for walkies.
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Things To Do in Bethania
Blaenau Ffestiniog is a slate mining town located in the heart of Snowdonia National Park. Long walks, outdoor activities, a steam railway, history and culture are all within easy travelling distance.
Llechwedd Slate Caverns offer a trip deep into the mines. A guide explains all about the slate mining process and an exhibition reveals what it was like to live and mine in Victorian times. Zip lines and trampoline fun can also be experienced here.
The Ffestiniog Railway began as a way to transport slate to Porthmadog on the coast. Today visitors can ride the narrow-gauge steam train along the original 13-mile route. For long hikes and rambles, the Vale of Ffestiniog boasts trails that take walkers through the foothills of Snowdonia.
A range of routes offer walks of varying lengths and difficulties. A visit to Betws-y-coed, the gateway to Snowdonia, is a must if you’re in the area. There’s a number of outdoor activities to try here, as well as art shops, coffee places and boutique gift stores to browse.
For a great holiday with the family, Bron View Cottage is the ideal base. And you can bring your doggy best friend along as well. Located in the centre of Snowdonia, the area is packed with wonderful things to do and see.
Long walks, climbing, cycling and zip lining are available nearby, or simply enjoy some delicious local food in a friendly pub if you want to relax. At the end of a long day out and about, the period open fire at the cottage welcomes you in and warms you up if the weather turns cold.
Bron View Cottage
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