Ashcoast House

Talysarn, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, Countryside

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

Front patio area with 6 foot wide A-Frame bench. Front garden with shrubs and lawn, shallow steps down to the off-road private parking bay for 2 cars.

Enclosed rear garden on a shallow slope with 4 steps going up from the house to a lawn area. Large wooden garden bench, 2 garden stools and a small garden table.

Downstairs Description

Entrance hall, cloakroom with toilet and sink.

Kitchen fully equipped with dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge freezer, microwave, electric fan oven, ceramic hobs. 3 seat breakfast-bar, widescreen TV with DVD player.

Living/Dining room with dining table and six chairs, bookcase, 3+2 seater leather sofas, coffee-table, widescreen TV, DVD, CD.

First Floor Description

Bedroom-1: King size bed, two bedside tables with table lamps, alarm clock, dressing table and 4-door wardrobe. Wall mounted TV.

Bedroom-2: Two single beds, bedside table with table lamp, alarm clock and 4-door wardrobe.

Bedroom-3: Single bed, bedside table with table lamp, alarm clock, single wardrobe and storage shelves.

Bathroom: Bath with Hi-Lo shower + telephone style bath/shower unit, sink, toilet.

Windows Views Description

Views of Nantlle Ridge from bedroom-1, kitchen and front garden..

Other Notes

Two person discounts: Up to 15%
Two Weeks: 10% off the price of the second week 2018: 10% off the price for 2018 bookings

Lake Views
Dogs Welcome: 2 Dogs Only. Please do not leave your dogs unattended in the house. We can look after your dogs in our house if you wish. Please keep your dogs off the furniture and beds. We can provide soft padded-mats for them to sleep on.
Child Friendly
Eco Escape: Solar hot water (Gas backup)
Wi-Fi/Broadband
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Tourist Attractions:
  • Dorothea Lakes. : Just 5 minutes walk from Ashcoast House are Dorothea lakes - 5 very deep former slate quarry pits that have been filled up with water from underground springs. Dorothea is one of the most beautiful quarry lakes in Wales. Stunning scenery is guaranteed regardless of the weather. Visit website
  • Beddgelert At The Foot Of Snowdon: Beddgelert is one of Snowdonia’s loveliest villages. It is one of those places that offers something to every visitor. Different and unique in each case, but always memorable. It is a beautiful place to visit all year round. It is picturesque, unpretentious, small and friendly. Visit website
  • Caernarfon Castle: The site of this great castle wasn’t chosen by accident. It had previously been the location of a Norman motte and bailey castle and before that a Roman fort stood nearby. The lure of water and easy access to the sea made the banks of the River Seiont an ideal spot for Edward’s monster in masonry. Visit website
  • Dinas Dinlle Beach: Dinas Dinlle is a popular sandy beach with great views of the Llyn Peninsula and Anglesey and easy access to Snowdonia's highest mountains. An SSSI, with Iron Age remains and excellent Bass fishing. Two slipways for launching jet skis, power boats and dive boats. Visit website
  • Borth-y-Gest: A mile south of Porthmadog, The most beautiful sheltered sandy bay, a horseshoe promenade of brightly coloured houses. There are fabulous views over the estuary to the Rhinog and Moelwyn Mountains. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • Black Boy Inn. In The Caernarfon Old Town: Built in 1522, medieval oak-beamed inn is a 3-minute walk from Caernarfon Castle. Winner of bronze awards for best food in Wales. Visit website
  • Moorings Bistro. In The Beautiful Borth-y-Gest Overlooking The Bay: Mooring's Bistro is a MUST VISIT. Set in the beautiful Borth-y-Gest overlooking the bay. From 'Roasted Duck' to 'Moules Marinière' to 'Rib-eye Welsh Black Beef''; whatever you choose you are in for a treat. Visit website
  • Dylan's Restaurant. Right On The Criccieth Beach: Modern waterfront dining with pizza and seafood specials such as Welsh mussels with cream and cider. Visit website
Food Stores:
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Golf, A Good Walk Spoiled, But The Views Are Good: Caernarfon, Porthmadog, Nefyn Visit website
  • Snowdon Summit Path: Rhyd-Ddu. This path will take approximately 3 hours to the summit and a further 2-3 hours to return. Visit website
  • Horse Riding Stables In Waunfawr, Caernarfon: Carefully selected horses and ponies to provide a range of sizes, types and temperaments to suit riders all abilities (or none at all!) Established over 30 years with a wealth of experience. Visit website
  • Snowdonia Adventure Activities: Offer adventure activities in Snowdonia in North Wales. From rock climbing high above the Mawddach Estuary to jumping and sliding your way down the canyon, choose Snowdonia Adventure Activities to be your guide to the wildest adventure activities in North Wales. Visit website
  • Lôn Gwyrfai Path From Rhyd-Ddu To Beddgelert: A moderately easy path that takes you from the village of Rhyd-Ddu at the foot of Snowdon, to the beautiful Beddgelert. Visit website