The National Trust's Andrew Godber outside the crofter's cottage
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National Trust: Tenant needed for crofter's cottage

A couple are required to be long-term tenants for a restored traditional crofter's cottage in one of Wales' most isolated and stunning locations.

As well as a three-roomed home overlooking Porth Neigwl on the Llyn peninsula in Gwynedd, the tenants will help the National Trust show off a neighbouring cottage.

It will be open early next year for visitors.

The Victorian ruins have been renovated to tell the story of crofting life.

Andy Godber, operations manager for the National Trust in the area, said it was a wonderful opportunity for somebody to act as custodian.

  • 04 Dec 2012
  • From the section Wales