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The property stands slightly elevated from the road with about 5 steps to the front door and is set back by the pavement and front courtyard. The property enjoys a pleasant outlook of craggy mountainous scenery and a waterfall that cascades down the hillside to the front of the cottage.  Snowdon Mountain Railway

Manod View is situated in a terrace of about 12 cottages close to a road, however the property is double glazed throughout and this does minimise what little road noise there is. There is free parking available on the roadside at the front. Manod View exudes a friendly welcome with a warm ambience.

An ideal location for exploring the attractions Snowdonia offers.

Black Rock Sands

The town of Blaenau Ffestiniog is approximately ½ a mile away, a lovely slate mining town which is steeped in history and is proud of it’s heritage of slate and steam. The rugged craggy landscape is an area of outstanding natural beauty, surrounded by the Moelwyn and Manod mountain ranges, and offers a wealth of walks, lakes, waterfalls and attractions such as the World Famous Ffestiniog narrow gauge steam railway and the Llechwedd slate caverns which is also the home of Antur Stiniog’s new downhill mountain bike centre with world class downhill tracks and trails. Downhills at Blaenau Ffestiniog

The town of Blaenau Ffestiniog offers a range of public houses, eating establishments, gift shops, chemist, petrol station/garage and Leisure Centre.

The property is ideally situated and is a good base for a quiet relaxing break, whilst being centrally located for excursions further afield, such as the Italianate village of Portmeirion, many CADW heritage sites, and many beaches only being a short drive away.  The renowned Grapes Inn, a 17th Century Coaching Inn & Restaurant is only 3 miles away.