A splendid split level 3 Storey Regency House (Grade II Listed) built c1830 in a prominent central position within the picturesque village of Beddgelert, situated in the heart of Snowdonia and overlooking the River Colwyn with fine views of the majestic summit of Moel Hebog which dominates the skyline to the south. Beddgelert is surrounded by rolling wooded hillsides at the head of the superb Glaslyn gorge and is a magnet for tourists, walkers and the adventurous wishing to sample the delights of the rural Welsh countryside – this is a significant stop-off for visitors looking for refreshments whilst on their travels! The premises is currently run as a Licenced Bistro, Tea Room, B&B and Antiques outlet and has done so successfully for some 30 years by the present owner. Due to its age, the premises exudes much charm and character which adds to its appeal and is complemented by similar properties that line this side of the river. Needless to say, the whole building could be converted into a beautiful family home, or the business could be continued and modified to suit whilst the B&B accommodation could be expanded into the top floor – subject to change of use, planning consents and approvals.
Beddgelert is situated on the A4085, some 12.5 miles from Caernarfon. This picturesque village is a significant tourist attraction centrally located in the Snowdonia National Park, some 8 miles north of Porthmadog and 17 miles west of Betws Y Coed. Bustling and vibrant, it has a range of hotels, cafes, restaurants, gift shops, a convenience store/Post Office and ice cream parlour.
Dafydd Hardy Chartered Surveyors & Estate Agents