The Nest is a cosy cottage, found in the heart of Snowdonia National Park.
Built in 1850, it is currently undergoing renovation and restoration, and will soon be available for short and long stays.
From 2024, The Nest will be open to guests.
The old basement, formerly used as storage and untouched since the 1970’s, is in the process of being converted into a cosy guest quarters, perfect for walkers, cyclists, and couples looking for a tiny retreat.
The tiny kitchen is being transformed into a cosy slumber room, with a crawl-in double bed, reading lights, clothes storage and fold-away vanity; we're knocking a wall down to expose the original stone work and feature fireplace, with a wood burning stove; adding a small kitchenette unit and hidden dining table; and transforming the WC into a tiny wet room!
Follow my journey:
A big squashy sofa, exactly what you need after a long hike
Get the kettle on and put your feet up
Usage of the Krups Espresso maker, along with a complimentary supply of Welsh Coffee Co.'s Draig Dark Roast
A real log burner surrounded by original 200-year old stone
Fire starting kit provided
All the essentials, including pasta, rice, sauces and seasonings, just in case you're not in the mood to hit the shops
Tiny cabin-style bedroom, with a handmade wall-to-wall bed,
and super-soft bed linen
Itty bitty wet room, complete with cruelty-free, vegan and zero-waste toiletries from Fill
I am passionate about supporting local, independent businesses, as well as those with strong moral ethics.
So, to make your stay as enjoyable as possible, you will find the following products and supplies at Stay at The Nest:
Refillable, vegan toiletries
Coffee, roasted in
Snowdonia National Park
Pale ale, brewed in
Flintshire, North Wales
Kiln-dried wood, produced in Flintshire, North Wales