Ty Coed Cabin
Ty Coed Cabin
Nestled quietly between mountains, woodland and the beautiful Mawddach Estuary is Ty Coed Cabin. Seamlessly blending reclaimed materials with sleek modern fittings, this handcrafted cabin oozes rustic charm. And has everything you need for a memory making, family Welsh adventure. Enjoy stunning Snowdonia views from the veranda, delicious pub food across the road and a plethora of landscape to explore.
From a strenuous climb up Cadair Idris to a scenic cycle to Barmouth, local beaches, waterfalls and more. There is so much to do at Ty Coed right from the doorstep that you’ll hardly even need your car. Begin the day with breakfast on the veranda to soak in the spectacular Welsh scenery and then take to the great outdoors for adventures that you’ll never forget.
Inside The Cabin
Ty Coed is bursting with handcrafted details and upcycled materials at every turn. From a bicycle light, to an old gymnasium floor, to snooker table worktops! The rustic interiors are sure to delight and suit the location perfectly. Internally the cabin boasts an open plan living and dining space perfect for family evenings in. Two bedrooms, the master a double with forest design feature wall and wrap around window to wake to the beautiful views. Whilst the second bedroom features hand crafted oak bunk beds that will make the kids love bedtime! The family bathroom has a soothing walk in shower and separate bath, so you can decide how to ease the aches after a full day exploring.
To The Outside of Ty Coed Cabin
The highlight of a stay at Ty Coed Cabin has to be enjoying a glass of wine on the veranda after a day of adventuring. Soaking in the mesmerizing views of the Snowdonia National Park. This superb outside space has seating, a barbeque and is even gated, so you don’t need to worry about the kids wandering off!
Ty Coed Cabin is situated in the Snowdonia National Park, hosting a plethora of activities for all ages and abilities. The famous Mawddach trail with breath-taking scenery is just across the road. This 9 mile disused railway track is perfect for walking or cycling. Or for those who like a challenge, try a hike up to the Cadair Idris Ranges. A short drive of 10 minutes will take you to Coed Y Brenin, a forest park with world-class mountain bike trails, family walks, café and play area.
Or head 10 minutes in the other direction for the beaches of Barmouth or Fairbourne. Lying on the Cardigan Coastline, these impressive beaches are a great family day out. Try a trip on the narrow gauge Fairbourne steam train that connects through to Barmouth, stopping at the mouth of the estuary. This is sure to excite the little and big kids of the family.
And for a delicious meal at the end of the day, The George III is a stone’s throw away from the cabin where you can enjoy good food with a view!
Best Choice For…
Families looking for a rustic getaway with outdoor adventures aplenty!
Why it should be on your Wanderlist
A veranda with views and a pub just a stone’s throw away!