The ShowMan’s Wagon

  • ShowMan's Wagon seating
  • The wagon diner
  • The wagon's kitchen
  • The lounge roof
  • The sofa and view beyond
  • The wagon bedroom
  • Bedroom curtain rail
  • The loo is tucked in next to the shower cubicle
  • The bathroom sink
  • Ty Bach: the little house
  • Ice-cream anyone?
  • Gargoyle at the foot of the stairs
  • Cheap at twice the price.
  • A metal owl sits on the fence.
  • A red metal rose
  • Ceramic daffodil bird-feeder
  • Oak chopping board and oak & slate pan rest

The ShowMan’s Wagon offers pet-friendly self-catering accommodation for up to three in a renovated 1950’s fairground travelling-van overlooking the Mawddach Estuary near Dolgellau in the southern reaches of the Snowdonia National Park, North Wales.

Sleeping up to three between a double bed and a fold out small single in the lounge, the centrally-heated van also boasts a lounge with log-burner, a bathroom with loo, sink and shower, and a galley kitchen with dining area. The entire living space of the Wagon covers approximately 33 square metres. Outside, a small-enclosed garden faces the estuary and forms the perfect spot for the first coffee of the morning or a cheeky sun-downer after the day’s adventures.

The ShowMan's Wagon from the top of the meadow.

The ShowMan’s Wagon from the top of the meadow.