The Toll House
The Toll House
Discover the land of crumbling castles, rugged mountains, enchanting forests and many a myth with an escape to Toll House, translating to ‘Toll Dy’ in the native tongue of welsh. A handsome hideaway of thick stone walls and awe-inspiring original features, this beautiful bolthole is the perfect place to seek some solitude.
Tucked away in a charming hamlet and surrounded by buildings steeped in the same history, Toll Dy is a listed building that has been renovated in truly luxurious style with a refined, sympathetic feel throughout. Step outside to experience the world-renowned wonders of the Snowdonia National Park before cosying up in this quaint cottage with a drink of something delightful.
Lovingly renovated and restored by owner Sandie, this high-end hideyhole features three bedrooms that sleep up to five people and a contemporary, clean and comfortable feel throughout. A fully-equipped kitchen includes an oven with hob, Nespresso coffee machine, washing machine and dishwasher with underfloor heating ensuring wonderful warmth throughout the year.
The cottage benefits from a small terrace area at the rear, offering a private and personal space perfect for an indulgent evening tipple with light bites. Ample on-street parking is also available, with your discreet host only 10 minutes away should you require any assistance or be seeking some tips.
With Dolgellau town centre quite literally on your doorstep, you can experience everything from wine tasting to fine dining all within a short walk. Y Meirionnydd geta rave reviews and serves up sublime steak alongside various vegetarian and vegan options, whilst Tafarn Y Gader Tapas bar boasts delightful bistro dishes with an appealing interior ambience.
The epicentre of adventures, Snowdonia national park is home to many mountains, lakes and rivers, with the Snowdonia adventure park offering everything from underground trampolining, surfing and even the fastest zip wire in Europe. For adrenaline fueled fun, white water rafting is available at Bala lake, where dam-released waters make for the ultimate fast-paced thrill. Dolgellau itself sits in the shadow of Cadair Idris, a must-do for any keen walkers with unparalleled views of the surrounding scenery and lakes.
You can also enjoy being perfectly positioned for the captivating welsh coast, with the stunning seaside resort of Barmouth only a short drive away. Here you can indulge in some ice cream or flavoursome fish and chips, as well as try your hand at paddleboarding. Other inspiring coastal adventures are also on offer slightly further afield in Abersoch, where there is always surf on offer.
For any other inspiration or ideas, helpful host Sandie is on hand to provide local knowledge, tips and tricks to get the best out of your stay.
Best choice for… .
Small families or groups in search of Welsh adventure.
Why it should be on your Wanderlist?
To experience the enchanting Snowdonia