A delightful refurbished barn set on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park at Tregarth. With fine views to the surrounding countryside, Ysgubor offers well presented accommodation. It is ideal for those who want a walking holiday and is close to excellent road and rail links.
The accommodation consists of an open plan sitting room with a vaulted ceiling and exposed frames and beams. There is a stylish fitted kitchen area with agood range of appliances. A hall leads to 2 single rooms and 1 double. There is a shower room and an ensuite with a shower room off the main bedroom.
Outside there is a sunny rear flagged patio This area has a high degree of privacy and is ideal for children.
The old slate town of Bethesda lies at the foot of the Nant Ffrancon Pass and has splendid views over the Snowdonia Mountains; at the head of the pass is Llyn Ogwyn. The village is best known as a starting point to discover the delights of walking or climbing Snowdonia.
The slopes of Bethesda bear the gouges created by the largest opencast slate quarry in the world, Penrhyn Quarry. From here the slate was transported a short distance to the sea at Port Penrhyn in Bangor.