Sleeps: 6+ Cot
Price: £450 - £890
Type: Farm Stay, Internet | WiFi, Near Beach, Near Pub
This three-bedroom traditional stone holiday cottage walking distance from the beach offers the perfect base for a quiet family getaway by the sea. A private boardwalk shared with two other cottages on the site leads through the sand dunes down to a beautiful sandy beach making them the nearest holiday cottages to Bennar beach. The seaside towns of Barmouth and Harlech are only a 10-minute drive away by car.
Inside, a traditional welsh farmhouse kitchen is home to a lovely old Aga cooking range as well as the usual appliances you’d expect in a holiday cottage. The adjoining lounge with solid oak furniture is spacious and includes a large flat screen TV as well as plenty of comfortable furniture.
The cottage sleeps up to six adults in total. The first of three bedrooms is a twin room on the ground floor. A fantastic picture window looks out over a large well-kept garden, across some farm fields and down to the beach beyond. At the top of the stairs we come to the family bathroom that has a shower over bath arrangement as well as a WC and washbasin.
Two more double bedrooms upstairs. Both these have windows at the rear of the cottage this time, looking towards the mountains where you can see Snowdon. It’s difficult to say which view I prefer, beach or mountains. You’ll have to decide for yourself when you get there.
Sleeps 6+ Cot
Bed Linen Provided
Towels Not provided
Cot and High Chair Yes on request
The location of this holiday cottage is the best bit of course. A private track cuts across fields of grazing sheep (be sure to shut the gates) to three very well kept holiday cottages nestled together within the stone walled curtilage of what used to be the original farmhouse.
The beautiful sandy beach nearby has been given the blue flag status again this year which is testament to it’s un-spoilt nature and cleanliness. The castle town of Harlech, which is now a UNESCO world heritage site, is a short drive along the coast and offers a growing selection of charming cafes, pretty shops and the famous Castle of course. Barmouth, a little closer to the south, is a traditional Victorian seaside town that is home to a number of lively pubs and restaurants.
There are lots of fun things to in the area. Small local operators are happy to take adventurous guests gorge walking down the Nantcol River or paddle boarding up the Mawddach estuary. While a number of larger activity providers such as Zip World, Coed Y Brennin Mountain Bike Centre and Surf Snowdonia are getting more and more world wide attention.
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