Cil y Felin cottage

Welcome to Cil y Felin: Beautiful self catering holiday cottage in Beddgelert, Eryri / Snowdonia


At Cil y Felin you can
relax and unwind in
comfortable surroundings.

Cil-y-Felin ("By the Mill") provides superb one (double) bed ensuite accomodation. Finished to the highest of standards Cil-y-Felin is a superb base for walking, cycling or just relaxing in a beautiful location.

For steam railway enthusiasts the Welsh Highland Railway runs in a cutting behind Cil-y-Felin and there are unlimited opportunities to photograph the trains passing by.

A 5 minute walk along the riverside will bring you into Beddgelert which has a host of eateries and craft shops to tempt you.

The Accommodation

Detached Cottage

Includes parking


Maps and information

The Lounge

With wood burning stove


Oak units & breakfast area


Double bed, linen provided

Ensuite Shower / WC

Shower, wash basin & WC

Guest Information

Everything you need to
know in advance of
your stay with us.

Welsh Highland Railway

If your passion is the heritage steam railway then Cil y Felin is just right for you. The steam railway runs just behind the property and is a great opportunity to photograph these majestic trains revived from a bygone era. Beddgelert Station is just a mile away, you can travel directly by steam railway (in season) to either the harbour town of Porthmadog or take alonger journey to Caernarfon and it's majestic castle fortress.

Local Attractions


Take the picturesque riverside walk to Beddgelert (or drive if you prefer) for a selection of shops, pubs and restaurants plus local attractions.

Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon)

For the more adventurous there are a number of nearby routes to the top of the highest mountain peak in Wales and England.

Sygun Copper Mine

Walk a mile further along the Afon Glaslyn and you'll reach Sygun Copper Mine with self guided mine tours, activities, a museum, shop and cafe.


Zipworld - a unique range of very special adventures. Experience Europes longest ziplines or massive underground trampolines and high-rope cavern adventures. An exhilerating adventure awaits you!

Snowdon Railway

Trains depart from Llanberis station and begin their climb 1085m to the summit of Yr Wyddfa, a journey to the highest point in England and Wales, experienced by some 12 million travellers since 1896.

Portmeirion Village

The beautiful Portmeirion Village was built by Welsh architect Clough Williams-Ellis from 1925 to 1973. It was used as the set of the 1960's British avant-garde social science fiction television series 'The Prisoner'.