A very warm welcome to Isfryn from your hosts Steve and Linda. Isfryn (which means 'under the hill' in Welsh) forms a self-contained property adjoining the former Hebron chapel, which is now our home. Isfryn was built in the 1870s as a home for the chapel minister. We bought it in June 2015, when it was in a sadly neglected state. It was completely renovated over the following 6 months and was opened for visitors in Spring 2016. Renovating this cottage has been a very happy experience, which we hope is reflected in its cheerful and welcoming interior. It offers cosy and comfortable accommodation for two people.
A comfortable cottage in the beautiful Dyfi valley
Sleeps 2 adults
Bedding & Towels & tea towels included
Welcome pack of local foods
Double-sided wood burning stove
Washing Machine and Tumble dryer
Oven with Induction hob
Fridge with small freezer
Locked Bike Storage available
Isfryn is situated on a quiet lane in the village of Aberangell, between Machynlleth and Dolgellau on the Southern edge of the Snowdonia National Park. Within easy reach of local attractions and amenities and with walking and mountain biking right out of the door.
From 6th July 2020, The Welsh Assembly Government has lifted the 5 mile travel restriction in Wales, and from 11th July, they will allow the limited opening of some outdoor attractions. It is possible that they will also allow the opening of self-catering accommodation from 11th July. At the moment, Isfryn remains closed to bookings but we are keeping the situation under review. Because we want to adhere to best practice in terms of cleaning and disinfecting the cottage, it will take us longer to arrange turnarounds, so when we do open, it may be that it will be for slightly longer bookings only. Thank you for you interest in Isfryn. Please keep an eye on this page and we will let you know as soon as we intend to open for bookings again. We look forward to welcoming you in the future, but in the meantime, keep safe and well.