1 Coedyrhygen is a beautifully converted former stable, on the owner's stud farm, overlooking the lake of Trawsfynydd. Three miles NW of the village and surrounded by open countryside, this is in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. There is stunning scenery, excellent walking, fishing on the lake, family friendly cycling from the door and world famous mountain biking nearby at the Coed-y- Brenin forest and Blaenau Ffestiniog. The sitting room offers fantastic views over the lake and is comfortably furnished with a slate tiled floor and rug, a leather Chesterfield style sofa, an easy chair, a flame-effect stove, TV/DVD/ Freeview and radio/CD player. The large and airy kitchen/diner has a cream painted fitted kitchen with a dishwasher and a pine table and chairs. The separate utility room contains a washing machine and tumble dryer. The delightful beamed, first floor gallery-style double bedroom is attractively furnished with an antique-style bed and a traditional Welsh tapestry bed spread. Adjacent is a spacious en suite shower room. Oil central heating. This property adjoins the owner's cottage. It has a private courtyard with a bench to the side and a seating area with a barbecue overlooking the lake and mountains of to the front. Secure bike storage is available. Trawsfynydd is centrally placed to explore Snowdonia. The Italianate village of Portmeirion is within a short drive, 10 miles to the seaside town of Porthmadog for the Welsh Highland Railway and Ffestiniog Railway, 12.5 miles to Blaenau Ffestiniog for the popular ZipWorld Titan and Bounce Below underground trampolines. Easy access to the castles and beaches of Harlech and Criccieth.