Set in a chocolate box picturesque setting, Craig Faden Isaf and Canol overlook the sea and distant hills with all round panoramic views. They each sleep 4 to 6 with sofa bed, and a cot is available.
The cottages are centrally heated with oil fired boiler in Isaf and underfloor heating in Canol.They have fully equipped kitchens with a separate shared utility room with washing machine and dryer. There is an open fireplace in Isaf and a wood burning stove in Canol, ideal for a cosy evening with a glass of wine on a cold winter night. The beds are very comfy and you are certain of a good night's sleep with only the sheep to disturb you.
The undulating gardens are laid out with a variety of shrubs, flowers and lawn. The air is exhilarating, the scenery is breathtaking, and once experienced we are sure you will want to revisit our slice of heaven.
Situated above the village of Rhoslefain up a gated track recently tarmacked. Surrounded by sheep and birds but in an enclosed garden with shrubs and lawns. Each cottage has it's own patio area with furniture and magnificent views. Craig Faden is one of the most popular cottages in the area.
There are many attractions in the area. The Tal-y-Llyn Railway is a narrow gauge Victorian railway which was the first restored in the world. Special days are run such as The Santa Specials and Race The Train Day in addition to regular services along the valley. Stops include waterfalls and woodland walks. The area in unbeatable for walking and cycling. King Arthur's Labyrynth is nearby, as is the Centre for Alternative Technology which has been in existence long before Eden. The beaches at Aberdovey, Tywyn and fairbourne are ideal for children, sailing and wind surfing. Fishing trips are run from Barmouth and Aberdovey. The Coed Brenin forest has numerous attractions and some of the best mountain bike tracks in Europe. This area is difficult to beat. Once visted never forgotten.
Craig Faden Isaf
Holiday Cottage at:
Gwynedd LL36 9NG