Sleeps: 8 + Cot
Price: £550 - £1090
Type: Featured Holiday Cottages, Internet | WiFi, Near Beach, Near Pub, Pet Friendly, Real Fire
Bronwen-Terrace is a large Victorian property with sea views in Harlech. This 4 bedroom, self catering cottage nestles on the seaward facing slopes of this beautiful town in North Wales. One of eight properties that form this iconic row of victorian houses, the accommodation commands unsurpassable views over the famous St Davids Links golf course, and the sandy beaches of the Cambrian coastline.
The accommodation is split over 3 floors. On the ground floor, we have a lovely bright lounge. A large bay window frames that magnificent view whilst a real fire offers a warming glow once you’ve finished watching the sun dip down into the sea. The adjoining dining room has a large central pine dining table, just perfect for a family get together. The kitchen is to the rear of the property. Fully fitted units and all the facilities you’d expect in a 5 star property are included. A useful utility room next door houses a separate freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer.
There are two double bedrooms on the first floor including what would probably be described as the master bedroom. A spacious bedroom with a large cast iron bed and the added bonus of two seaward facing windows. There is also a very spacious and lavish bathroom on this floor. Marble flooring, a large shower and separate freestanding roll top bath combine to create a luxurious space. The second bedroom is smaller but still houses a double bed quite comfortable.
There are two more bedrooms on the second floor; one is a kingsize bedroom and the other a twin. Again all the rooms are generously proportioned. There is also a second bathroom on this floor with another large shower cubicle.
Sleeps 8 + Cot
Pets Yes (£25 supplement per dog)
Bed Linen Provided
Cot and High Chair Provided
Harlech is famous for its castle, men of Harlech and the film Zulu, but it’s a surprisingly small little town. Little cottages cling on to the hill which rises up from the bay and surround a crowded crossroads of narrow streets. There’s a small but selective collection of shops, pubs and restaurants to choose from. A short 20 minute drive will take you tot he larger towns of Porthmadog and Barmouth.
There are many walking options from the house itself. And I would recommend exploring places like Cwm Bychan and Moel Ysgafarnogod before heading off to Snowdon perhaps. I understand the desire of many guests to tick that one off the list but the more remote peaks just behind the house offer a truer reflection of the mountainous region. The beaches are also a natural attraction in the summer as are all the outdoor pursuits that can be done in the area. But again, a winter break away from the crowds does have its appeal.
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