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£2678-12399 per week, sleeps 20

Bryn Derwen

Bethesda, LL57 4YW     Tel: 01244 352022

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Bryn Derwen is a detached manor house situated in the village of Bethesda in Gwynedd. Hosting seven bedrooms; two super king-size with en-suite, three super king-size, a room with two doubles and two triple bunk rooms, along with a family bathroom, this property can sleep up to twenty people. Inside you will also find a shower room, cloakroom, kitchen, dining room, utility, sitting room with an open fire, a second sitting room, snug, sun room and a games room. To the outside is ample parking and an enclosed garden with a raised terrace and patio with furniture and fire pit. Situated in a delightful location with much to see in the local area, Bryn Derwen is a charming cottage in a heart warming part of Wales.


Seven bedrooms: 2 x first floor super king-size with Jack and Jill en-suite,
2 x first floor super king-size, 1 x ground floor super king-size, 1 x first floor family room with two doubles, 1 x first floor family room with 2 x triple bunks. Family bathroom with Jacuzzi, walk-in shower, basin and WC. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Ground floor cloakroom with basin and WC.
Kitchen. Dining room. Utility. Ground floor sitting room with open fire.
First floor sitting room. Sun room. Games room with pool table, dart board, fussball table and blackjack table. Snug. Outdoot Hot Tub.


Eco central heating with wood burner. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, WIFI, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel, power and starter pack for fire inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Ample parking. Enclosed garden with raised terrace and patio with furniture, hot tub, fire pit private heated outdoor swimming pool and Sauna. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 15 mins and pub 2 mins walk.

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