3 bed Victorian house on tidal estuary in Snowdonia National Park Wales

ID #8696

Arthog, Wales Coastal Yes House
6 3 3
New Zealand
14th Nov 2018  to  16th Dec 2018
New Zealand
11th Jan 2019  to  8th Feb 2019
England
11th Jan 2019  to  8th Feb 2019
Home Exchange, Non-simultaneous Exchange, Mid-term Exchange (2-4 weeks), Open to offers

Stunning waterside location with mooring. Three storey Victorian residence with large well-equipped kitchen, dining room and lounge on the first floor to make the most of exquisite estuary and mountain views. 3 bedrooms:1 king-size bed, 2 double beds on the ground and second floors. 1 shower room with WC, 2 bathrooms with shower over bath and WC, and a separate WC. Previous guests have enjoyed staying here with everything you need to make the most of your stay. Outside there is an enclosed garden and the opportunity to sit by the estuary watching the wildlife including rarities' such as ospreys, white egrets, otters, mink and seals. Enjoy a BBQ, fish from the estuary wall or just embrace the view of the mountains and the rise and fall of the tide. Canoe is available for experienced paddlers.

Barbecue, Cleaning service, Dishwasher, DVD player, Garden, Internet access/Wifi, Microwave, Parking, Television, Washing machine
No Smoking
Sorry no pets
Children welcome
Car swap not available
St Asaph and Chester Liverpool, Birmingham, Manchester
No

The house sits on the banks of the Mawddach Estuary in Snowdonia National Park, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, renown for walking, climbing, golfing, cycling, mountain biking, canoeing, paddle boarding, wind-surfing, fishing, horse-riding and other outdoor activities. History lovers are in for a treat too with many castles, historic sites, museums and galleries wthin easy reach. You can even take a trip on the steam trains. Coastal and quaint market towns offer lots of pubs, cafe's, restaurants and shops for all your need. This rural location has local shops, pubs, cafe and restaurants within a mile either by car or just walk along the estuary to Fairbourne and over the historic wooden bridge to Barmouth. The train station is just a 10 minute walk to the house and has good train links and bus route to explore the very best North Wales and England has to offer.

The map marker is a general indicator of the local area only.
Boating/Sailing, Fishing, Galleries/Museums, Golf, Historical Sites, Horse riding, Public Transport, Restaurants, Shopping, Sightseeing, Walking

4 links courses within easy reach at Aberdovey, Porthmadog, Harlech and Fairbourne (9 hole). North Wales is a perfect location for golfers with many 18 and 9 hole courses and championship courses (Harlech) to test your skills.

Jason English 2 Yes
No British

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Jason in his 60s and a retired property developer, and Lou in her 50s still working in the tourism industry. We enjoy travelling and new experiences with a love of art, antiques, boats, countryside, plants, gardens, property,  theatre and of course good food.