Bwthyn Glanllyn

Accommodation, Self Catering in Bala

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Bwthyn Glanllyn


A spacious cottage set right on the shore of Bala Lake, with breathtaking views of the Aran Mountain from the property and the private patio set to the side of the property. With spacious accommodation ideal for a large family, this three bedroom cottage enjoys a beautiful lakeside location, perfect for nature lovers.

Set on the shore of Bala Lake, this well-equipped, detached cottage offers guests comfortable accommodation and has a games room set separately from the property for guests to use. The property is within close proximity to a touring caravan park which is open Easter to mid October. During these times, access is through the park entrance, other times it will be through the farm entrance.

Bwthyn Glanllyn is a great base for families to enjoy all that North Wales has to offer. Occupants of Bwthyn Glanllyn can enjoy direct access to Bala Lake and all its enjoyment, so its a perfect location for water sports enthusiasts. Its great for canoeing/kayaking, windsurfing, sailing and paddle boarding. White water rafting can also be found 5 miles away. With the property being set within the Snowdonia National Park, there are walks aplenty surrounding the cottage. For mountain biking, Coed y Brenin is just 30 minutes away.


“ Hear me in the laughter of the stream, power of nature, power of trees…” Damh the Bard.
Bwthyn Glanllyn offers guests the chance to take a break from our busy lives, in a truly unique and spectacular setting. The handsome, grey stone cottage is set on the silvery shore of Bala Lake, and from this perfect spot families can enjoy canoeing, kayaking, windsurfing, sailing and paddle boarding. The three bedroom cottage is elegantly furnished, cosy and comfortable, providing all creature comforts in an unforgettable lakeside location.
Convenient for exploring this stunning property lies in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park, which is abundant with unspoilt, dramatic scenery, peppered with rivers, streams and waterfalls. This well-equipped, 4 star self-catering cottage will create lasting memories for you and your family.

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Nearby Attractions

Bala Lake Railway 1

Bala Lake Railway

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Bala Adventure & Watersports Centre

Bala Lake / Llyn Tegid, a large freshwater glacial lake in Gwynedd, Wales has been attracting visitors since the early 19th Century. A big, blue tranquil mirror brimming over with Myths and Legends

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The National White Water Centre

The National White Water Centre is set on the banks of the River Tryweryn, near Bala. The Tryweryn is dam controlled ensuring great water conditions all year round

Nearby Eating Out

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Yr Eagles Llanuwchllyn

The head of the big, blue, glassy mirror of Bala lake is situated in the splendid village of Llanuwchllyn. It is also the HQ of the Bala Lake Railway, and the nostalgic

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Old Wives Tales

Welcoming and elegant; you’ll fall completely, and utterly in love with the terracotta-coloured restaurant; Old Wives Tales, situated in the historic market town of Bala, in the Snowdonia National Park, Wales.

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Plas Yn Dre Restaurant

Whether it's a light lunch ranging from local granary bread sandwiches to battered fish, homemade chips and mushy peas or a full on a la carte meal-ie pan-fried