Lloft O.T. is a truly unique, detached holiday cottage in Snowdonia, the perfect base for exploring the many attractions of the Snowdonia National Park. This two bedroom cottage is ideally located, in the village of Capel Curig, on a quiet road close to the dramatic falls at Pont Cyfyng. There are pubs and cafes within 5 minutes walk of the cottage and beautiful mountain, riverside and forest walks starting right on your doorstep.
Originally a carpenter's workshop, the building has been carefully converted into a comfortable, well equipped self catering holiday cottage - the perfect base for exploring the spectacular Snowdonia National Park.
Lloft OT is furnished and equipped to a high standard to provide stylish and comfortable self catering accommodation for up to four.
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Llyn Cwellyn, Snowdonia
The Snowdonia National Park covers 823 square miles of beautiful countryside in North Wales which is crammed full of mountains, rivers, lakes, forests and picturesque villages. There are activities to cater for every taste, from climbing and kayaking to walking and mountain biking.
Capel Curig is the perfect base for exploring Snowdonia - the main mountain ranges are close by and the surrounding lakes, rivers and forests host a huge range of activities. Capel Curig is also within easy reach of the beautiful North Wales coast with its sandy beaches and historic castles.
Lloft OT holiday cottage is on a quiet road in Capel Curig, close to the dramatic falls at Pont Cyfyng and within easy reach of all local facilities. The nearest pub is only a five minute walk and there are also a well stocked grocery shop and a couple of specialist outdoor retailers in the village.
Capel Curig is just 4 miles from the bustling town of Betws-y-Coed where there are numerous hotels, cafes, pubs and shops. Widely known as the 'gateway to Snowdonia', Betws-y-Coed provides everything you are likely to need for an enjoyable holiday.
There are numerous walks to enjoy starting right from the cottage's front door. The path to the summit of Moel Siabod (2860 ft) with its fantastic views of Snowdon, passes by the cottage's front gate and there are numerous other routes to explore the surrounding forests, valleys, rivers and lakes.
Lloft OT was originally a garage and workshop, built around 1928 by the manager of the Siabod quarry who lived just across the road. A local joiner named O.T. Williams occupied the first floor which became known to the family as 'lloft OT'. The ground floor housed the quarry truck.
One of the quarry manager's sons was a regular visitor to OT's loft as a child and recalled spending many happy hours perched on the workbench, learning to count and to sing. The building was converted into a holiday cottage in early 2008.