Llangynog holiday cottages are perfect for visitors who want to explore Snowdonia National Park. This rural village is close to the eastern edge of the park in the unspoiled county of Powys. There is a lovely pub in the village centre – the New Inn. With log fires and a selection of local ales, it is the perfect place to unwind after a day of exploring. The New Inn also has a reputation for serving great food, including steaks, and pies, prepared with fresh, seasonal ingredients. A variety of shops, including a butcher and a grocery, can be found in neigbouring Llanrhaeadr. Thanks to the surrounding mountainous countryside, self-catering holidays in Llangynog are particularly popular among walkers and climbers.
The character and location of Y Sgubor are delightful. The large rural holiday home in Mid Wales is situated near Llangynog with superb views of Pennant Valley, charming décor, modern fittings, an outdoor hot tub, a sun-trap patio, an open fire and five thoughtfully decorated bedrooms. Pets welcome.