Toll Bridge House
Snowdonia is a simply spectacular area of Wales and you can make your visit more magical with a stay in this tollkeeper's house over a Grade II listed wooden bridge.
Originally built in 1921 as a home for the resident toll keeper, this cute home is a picture postcard whitewashed cabin, joined to the bridge that was formed to link the coastal towns of Tywyn and Barmouth. Set inside the famed Snowdonia National Park - a wonderland of mountains, rolling hills and sublime seaside scenes, it certainly scores extra marks for its unique setting!
The accommodation is set entirely on ground floor level with an open-plan living space, with kitchen, dining area, lounge, separate double bedroom and shower room. A cosy wood-burning stove provides the warming heart of the main space, and a balcony with outdoor furniture to relax in is directly opposite the house, affording views over the estuary that would make for an enviable sunset spot. Birdwatchers will no doubt find appeal here, as the house is adjacent to an RSPB bird hide, and for those looking to get out and explore, pretty beaches such as Barmouth or Fairbourne are close-by.