Tucked away down a quiet farm track, nestling between mountains, is The Pens. A stunning log cabin that almost appears to be growing with the landscape. With trees escaping through walls and even a sink atop a trunk pedestal. The quirky features and reclaimed materials in this stunningly handcrafted cabin, give a cosy and rustic charm like no other. A tranquil little bolthole, designed perfectly for two, for a romantic getaway in the Welsh hills.
By day, adventures await in the Snowdonia National Park. From mountain biking, to hiking, waterfall exploring and more. Then when the evening takes hold, enjoy a delicious meal at the local pub and head back to enjoy a glass of wine with the sounds of nature on the balcony. The Pens is a relaxing retreat where you can revel in adventures, soothe your senses in nature and connect with a loved one.
Inside The Pens
This cosy cabin is well equipped with everything you could need for a romantic getaway for two. The enchanting interiors are overflowing with natural details, reclaimed materials and quirky features. The Pens has an open plan living and dining space crying out for cosy evenings in. Then head under the arch of the tree, when eyelids become heavy, to enter a sumptuous and sleek double bedroom. This peaceful location ensures you’ll get the perfect night’s sleep! The bathroom features more handcrafted details along with a refreshing walk in shower.
To The Outside
Bathe in the Welsh wilderness from the balcony of The Pens, where you can enjoy stargazing, laughter fuelled conversations and al fresco dining. The Pens sits quietly within the Welsh Hills in a truly peaceful and relaxing location. Parking for up to 2 cars is available.
The Pens is located in the magnificent Snowdonia National Park, where you will find a plethora of activities for all interests and abilities. The 9 mile Mawddach trail, with breath-taking scenery is close by, perfect for walking or cycling. Or for those who like a challenge, take a hike up to the Cadair Idris Ranges. A short drive of 10 minutes will find you in Coed Y Brenin, a forest park with world-class mountain bike trails, walks and a café.
Or head 10 minutes in the other direction, towards the Cardigan Coastline, for the beaches of Barmouth or Fairbourne. You could even take a trip on the narrow gauge Fairbourne steam train, to bring out the inner child.
And for a delicious meal at the end of the day, The George III pub sits on the Mawddach Estuary, where you can enjoy good food with a view!
Best Choice For…
Adventurous couples looking for a relaxing base from which to explore
Why it should be on your Wanderlist
The trees growing out of the walls!