Inside the 19th century Rapunzel-worthy tower


Slide 1 of 12: This 19th-Century Gothic folly, which is named Brynkir tower, is spread across six small one-room floors which are reached by a stone spiral staircase. A two-night stay is advertised on Sykes Holliday Cottages' website for $640 (£482).
Slide 2 of 12: Inside, there are two bedrooms (one double and one twin), both of which are accessed by the stone spiral staircase which runs through the tower.
Slide 3 of 12: There is also a bathroom with an ornate roll-top bath (pictured), which visitors can relax and enjoy the view through the window.
Slide 4 of 12: The cosy kitchen could also host a relaxing family dinner after a day or exploring the countryside (pictured).

Slide 5 of 12: Ornate arched windows provide a view from every floor, whilst the building's heavy wooden door gives a hint of its history.
Slide 6 of 12: The living room is the crowning glory because it sits at the very top of the tower, providing incredible views of rolling countryside in every direction.
Slide 7 of 12: The tower has also been renovated and so has WiFi access, along with a TV and DVD player. Pictured, the living room.
Slide 8 of 12: Work on building the tower began in 1821, under the direction of Captain Joseph Huddart. Pictured: The beautifully-furnished double bedroom.
Slide 9 of 12: Visitors could sit down and have a read in front of this window, which looks out onto the Welsh landscape (pictured).

Slide 10 of 12: The tower and the estate remained with the Huddart family until 1910, when bankruptcy saw it pass into the hands of the Government. Pictured: The bathroom and its mammoth antique sink.
Slide 11 of 12: Visitors to the tower could hike up Mount Snowdon itself - it is less than 20 miles away - or explore the stunning villages and scenery nearby.
Slide 12 of 12: The tower is fully booked until November and the shortest available stay is for two nights, at a cost of $640 (£482).
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