Sleeps: 4 + Cot
Price: £360 - £720
Type: Internet | WiFi, Near Pub, Pet Friendly
Cegin-Coed is an idyllic, rural two bedroom holiday cottage near Criccieth. Set just off the famous ‘Lon Goed’ footpath, this converted barn offers a quiet and relaxing base for small families or couples.
Downstairs, an open plan living area contains a well-equipped kitchen including a dishwasher, washing machine and large fridge freezer. A white, round dining table is surrounded by four country cottage style dining chairs. Matching white drapes and painted stone walls give the space a fresh seaside cottage feel.
In the sitting area, a large sofa and easy chair face onto the original inglenook fireplace. A log effect electric stove provides a focal point with the ubiquitous TV sitting discreetly to one side. Exposed stone work and wooden beams sit comfortably alongside tasteful ornaments and décor.
The twin bedroom is also on the ground floor. A nicely sized room which is naturally more accessible for older family members or anyone with mobility difficulties. The adjoining bathroom is simple but functional with a shower over bath arrangement.
We return to the lounge to climb an open tread staircase up to the second bedroom. Set high in the eves of the barn, this double room has the advantage of some lovely velux type windows that afford a fantastic view over the surrounding farmland down towards the coast and Cambrian Bay.
Sleeps 4 + Cot
Pets Yes (£25 Supplement)
Bed Linen Provided
Cot and High Chair Provided
A small enclosed courtyard area to the side of the barn is the perfect spot for a BBQ or summer picnic. There are miles of footpaths and bridleways criss crossing the fields surrounding the cottage so exploring on foot is easy right from the front door
If you jump in the car however, a 4 mile drive to the east will bring you to the lovely seaside village of Criccieth. There’s a great selection of restaruraunts and cafes here as well as a fantastic baker and butcher shop. The harbour town of Pwllheli some 4 miles to the west is a famous sailing venue. Again, there’s a nice selection of restaurants and pubs as well as a larger supermarket.
Lots of guests head to this area to enjoy the beaches and coastline but the mountains of Snowdonia are also easily accessible. There are lots of activities to be enjoyed. One of my personal favourites is the nearby pet farm which lets you get up close and personal with baby lambs, goats and rabbits etc. But there are lots of more adrenalin fuelled options as well including paintballing, mountain biking and karting.
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