The house is grade two listed and was the Grange of the Abbey of Aber Conwy.
Internally it has been modified with the exception of one room which still has the exposed beams and random slate flag floor.
The mounting for the portable pulpit still sits between two beams next to the top hat hook.
There are five bedrooms, two singles and three doubles, all with stunning views from their windows, also on the first floor is a newly fitted bathroom with an above bath shower. . The bedrooms are accessed from the long landing which runs the length of the house.
The well equipped kitchen, which has a large dining table, a built in hob, oven, microwave, dish washer, and a Stanley range cooker. In one corner is a large fridge freezer and the other an antique larder cupboard. Oak beams support the ceiling and the arch above the hob.
Steps lead down from the kitchen to the newest room which has a large picture window with views of the steepest grassy slope in Europe and the beautiful Gwynant lake. The wood burning stove warms the room on cold evenings and so you don’t miss out on your favourite telly programs, there is a telly, with freeview, and dvd player. Outside there is a small courtyard with barbeque and seating, a lovely spot to enjoy the afternoon and evening sun.
The utility room has washing machine, tumble dryer, a toilet and a shower room.
Bed linen and towels are provided.