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Holiday Cottage Dyffryn Ardudwy | Sea Views and Walking Distance to Pub | Y-Felin

Holiday Cottage Dyffryn Ardudwy | Sea Views and Walking Distance to Pub

Y Felin, Holiday Cottage Dyffryn Ardudwy, is in a rural village in Snowdonia, half way between Harlech and Barmouth on the Cambrian Coast road. A short grassy drive leads up to a private but sunny garden. (It never rains in Wales, honest!) Slate stepping stones guide you to the front door of this beautiful, typically asymmetrical, 17th century stone cottage.

Holiday Cottage Dyffryn Ardudwy | Sea Views and Walking Distance to Pub

..sea views..
..original features..
..under floor heating..

Open the door of this Holiday Cottage Dyffryn Ardudwy and step onto the warm slates which cover the ground floor. (This under floor heating is a marvellous thing) Modern facilities, dishwasher, washing machine etc are combined with original features like the ledged and braced doors and exposed beams.

There’s a cosy lounge complete with obligatory inglenook or ‘simne fawr’ eith cast iron log burner. Perfect for those romantic evenings cuddled up together on the couch. Upstairs there’s a modern bathroom where the complete with ceramic bath and power-shower and there’s a nice view of the cows from the bath if you leave the curtains open. The two bedrooms are nicely furnished and all the linen was crisp and clean.

Both bedrooms have window seats overlooking the coastline about half a mile away. One disadvantage of this period property however was the painfully low doors. But I learnt to duck by about the third day. In front of the house some old barns and stone walls combine to provide a secluded courtyard type garden. Surrounding that is a 4 acre field which came with the property and was perfect for our Border Collie.

Holiday Cottage Dyffryn Ardudwy

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The train station is about half a mile away and the bus stop is just up the road from this Holiday Cottage Dyffryn Ardudwy. But best of all there are two pubs within walking/staggering distance. Dyffryn is a nice village complete with a small grocery store and butchers, post office and garage. The historic town of Harlech is 10minutes drive to the North and the seaside town of Barmouth is 10 minutes to the south. Moelfre and the Rhinog Mountain rage is just behind you and the beach is just in front of you.

Lots to do in the area, Harlech has it’s famous castle of course as well as a 18 hole links golf course. We also enjoyed our time at the pony trekking school in Dolgellau, a nearby market town.

Holiday Cottage Dyffryn Ardudwy | Sea Views and Walking Distance to Pub

..historic castles..
..miles of sandy beaches..
..glorious unspoilt mountains..

Property Details

Bedrooms:  One double room one twin room. Both with sea views.

Bathrooms:  One with power shower over bath.

Facilities:  Dishwasher, Washing Machine, Central Heating & Underfloor Heating, Digital TV, DVD

Sleeps:  4 + cot

Pets:  Yes

Smoking:  No

Bed Linen:  Provided

Towels:  Provided

Cot and High Chair:  Yes

Location:  Holiday Cottage Dyffryn Ardudwy | Picture postcard cottage on the outscirts of a rural village.

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40 Responses to “Holiday Cottage Dyffryn Ardudwy | Sea Views and Walking Distance to Pub | Y-Felin”
  1. Mike & Pauline. Oxfordshire. says:

    Llyn Hywel
    Had a lovely long break, cottage fantastic, love the underfloor heating! Discovered the visitor centre at Coed Y Brennin. Great tea’s and shortbread not to mention the cycle routes. Wonderfull area. Will visit again.

  2. Sarah, Barrie, Max + Alex. Porthcawl. says:

    Barmouth Harbour and Cader Idris
    Plenty to do, lots of good places to eat. Went to Portmeirion on boxing Day –avoid the restaurant at Castell Daedraeth or check the bill carefully – they tried to charge us and extra £25-00! And the service was terrible. The walk to the local beach is not too long – for those who are not of the walking persuasion! All in All a wonderful week. The cottage and the family running it are second to none – as you will have seen when you walk in.

  3. Shaun & Joy + Bean says:

    Thank you very much for a great week in your lovely cottage. Visited all around the local area and had a couple of outstanding meals especially “La Plas” (WELL WORTH A VISIT). HARLECH. Great beaches nearby where Bean (Visla) could run and run. The fire is a must and really ends a great day in front of the tv with your feet up.

  4. Karen, Neil & Hannah Marrie says:

    Hay makeing on the farm
    Have had a lovely week. We came for a walking holiday + managed 4 walks within 5 days. Away from Snowdon hotspots would recommend The Dysynni Valley walks from Llanfihangel Y Pennant. The area is ‘monumentaly beautiful’. Also circular route from Beddgelert was well worth the effort (even in snow + sleet!) The cottage is lovely + cosy to return to. (new converts to underfloor heating.) Visited slate mine at Llechwedd on day not walking. Well worth a visit. Deep mine tour excellent. Time went too quickly. Will ensure we visit again + recommend to others.

  5. Lizy + Brian. Deepest Derbyshire says:

    Harlech Castle
    Have had a few very peaceful days here in the lovely cottage. Have walked along the beach to Shell Island and gathered quite a collection of shells which will go in the garden at home as a constant reminder. Attempted Snowdon, but discovered half way up that had chosen the most difficult route!! Must do homework next time. (Legs still aching 2 days later). Barmouth + Harlech both charming. Didn’t have time to do everything that we wanted as so much to do!! We’ll be back, Thank you Gwion + Louise.

  6. Olive and Roy Bowley. Hampshire. says:

    Cricieth Castle
    A superb week at the cottage – every comfort and well equipped. The ‘Welcome Basket’ was greatly appreciated. The Arriva Coast railway was extremely useful and excellent value. It saved having to find parking and some of the rather large car park charges. The only drawback – it does not dovetail witht the Ffestiniog Railway Timetable. Looking forward to the opening of the full route of the Welsh highland Railway. A week of fine weather certainly helped us to have such an enjoyable holiday.

  7. Dave & Eve. Hertfordshire says:

    Had a lovely week at the cottage – comfortable, picturesque and everything works. Walks down to beach just a good distance. We recomment ‘The Plas’ Restaurant, and the chips are declared ‘wonderful’ by my wife (who is an expert) Evening Meal very good, not cheep but it’s good to ‘push the boat out’ once on the holiday. Steam train trip to Ffestiniog from Porthmadog very enjoyable. We definetly would come back to enjoy another wee.

  8. Lee, Juie Thomas says:

    Mont Snowdon
    Throughout our week here we enjoyed visiting the local beache. Very much enjoyed crab fishing got 70 crabs on our last night. Enjoyed the slate mine mainly the deep mine. We have settled in so much that now it’s time to go home, could have done with another week. Thank you for making us feel so welcomed.

  9. Clare & Andy, Poole says:

    We had a lovely few days at Y-Felin, it’s a gorgeous cottage, beautifully done & so well kept – we loved the underfloor heating too!
    We stayed fairly local, walking in the hills behind the village & in beatiful Cwm Nantcol. Very quiet time of year, but The Plas in Harlech opened just for us & we had a lovely meal there!

  10. Rachael & Simon, Stoke Poges says:

    Llyn dinas near Beddgelert
    We have just returned from a long weekend at Y-Felin. The cottage is immaculate, homely and the attention to detail and modern living appreciated. We spent the days mountain biking the Mawddurch Trail and climbing Tryfan. The weather was perfect and I will remember my birthday weekend with affection. Many thanks. We loved it!!! Hope to be back soon.

  11. Andrea Jackson, Lower Darwen says:

    We have just had a long weekend at Y Felin and thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it, everything about it was just perfect – hope to return again soon.

  12. Peter, Julie, Matthew & Andrew, Gtr Manchester says:

    Barmouth HarbourWe spent a wonderful week at Y Felin, waking up to blue skies and sunshine every day – bliss! We spent 3 happy days on beaches at Shell Island and Barmouth and though wrapped up with fleece jackets ended up having to buy suncream to save necks from being burnt… and this was the second week in April!! We couldn’t have hoped for better.
    The cottage was very clean and the underfloor heating was fabulous in the cool evenings. Would thoroughly recommend both the cottage and the location for anyone wishing to walk, explore beaches or simply unwind. Hope to return again next year.

  13. Sue Harrison, Crickhowell says:

    We spent a perfect week in Y Felin in April 2010 and enjoyed fabulous sunny weather. The cottage was ideal for two couples plus one and a half dogs ( a German shepherd and a toy poodle!). It was hard to say who liked the cottage best, us or the dogs. We walked up to the top of the Roman Steps, one of my all time favourite walks, and explored the two burial chambers in Dyffryn, one just by the main road and the second on the hill above. The Mawddach trail along the banks of the estuary was spectacular in the unusually warm spring sunshine, especially ending with lunch at the George III pub by the Toll bridge. Of course the beaches and dunes of Harlech and Dyffryn were at their best: the sea was a mill pond and we virtually had the place to ourselves. It was great to come back to Y Felin and relax in the garden in the sun. We had a great time and would thoroughly recommend the cottage to everyone. Louise and Gwion provide a very warm welcome and we will definitely be back soon.

  14. Bridget, Jim & Skippy, Derbyshire says:

    We stayed at Y Felin for the last week in May 2010 and had a fantastic time. The sun was out and it was lovely and warm all week. The cottage was ideal for us ( 2 adults), with sea views from the bedrooms and a lovely garden for relaxing and enjoying an evening glass of wine in. The cottage had all the facilities we needed for the week and was in a good location .The garden was great for our Jack Russell as it was plenty big enough for him to run about in but also secure . The walk to the beach from the cottage is nice and we saw a great sunset . There is a pub by the railway crossing on the walk back to the cottage which does good food for supper. We all thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would recommend Y Felin especially to those with a four legged family member. The booking process was easy and emails were answered promptly. Thank you.

  15. Catherine, Tim and Ella, Devon says:

    We stayed at Y Felin for the last few days of May and first few of June, and had a lovely time. After a rainy day around Harlech (great castle), we then had a wonderfully hot and sunny week. We had bikes with us, and loved cycling along the beach cycle route; those miles of clean, sandy beaches are beautiful. Having such easy access to both coastal and mountain scenery was ideal.

  16. Chrissy London says:

    July 2010
    Lovely, peaceful cottage. Weather raining – no surprise there then, – picked mushrooms in local field.
    ideal place to excercise one of our slightly older 4 legged companions.

    We didn’t do much, as we just chilled out after a recent family bereavement.
    Next time will be more adventurous.
    Welcome goodies very much appreciated.
    Recommend local butcher, should have bought more meat to take home! , not being a huge meat eater high praise indeed.

  17. sandra walker oxfordshire says:

    Bennar BeachHad a truely lovely relaxing weekend at Y Felin great weather very sunny for late september delightful cottage warm and cosy . The beach was breath taking and very clean . We had dinner at the hotel across the road on the sunday evening wonderful view and wonderful lamb steaks yummy
    Lovely enclosed garden for our dog Roxy , Barmouth is just down the road and is a lovely seaside town with great little shops and cafes we also visited the waterfalls STUNNING.
    Really didnt want to leave and cant wait to go back .

  18. Alison & Byron, Clutton, Chester says:

    A cosy and well appointed traditional Welsh cottage with superb nearby unspoilt beaches and walking country. The cottage gardens are enclosed and dog-friendly. Having previously stayed at Byrdir b&b (also owned by Gwion and Louise), the cottage completely met our best expectations – same warm welcome and attention to detail. Thank you for the loan of the book , I will return it next time around.

  19. Emma, Peter and Santa, Staffordshire says:

    We stayed at y feline for a long weekend and had an absolutely lovely time our lurcher Santa loved the beautiful sandy beech especially playing in the very big sand dunes!! The views from the property were wonderful and the house itself was so comfortable and beautifully furnished with a fab log burner that kept us snug. Property is in a great location as there are plenty of local shops and pubs and Barmouth and Harlech only 10 minutes drive away, we also went to Snowdon for the day which is just under an hours drive. Can’t wait to return and explore more of this beautiful part of Wales.

  20. Tony, Gill, Josh and Lewis, Lancashire says:

    Thanks to Gwion’s flexibility we had a last minute change from Nant to Y Felin. We thought the mile long walk from the village would be a bit too much due to the heavy snowfall. We have visited the area many times and done lots of things but our pre-Christmas trip this year was more of a chill out. The boys loved the grounds of the cottage and spent lots of time playing in the snow. At times we even ventured further afield to go sledging or walk past the station and the holiday park to the sea. It was great to see the contrast between snow, sand and sea at the coastline. The cottage was fantastic, a great base for an active holiday or a warm comfortable environment just for relaxing. The underfloor heating was a real plus for the time of year. We will no doubt be back but we are now going to be spoilt for choice as to where we stay. Was looking forward to staying in Nant but Y Felin was a great venue.

  21. Ashley Hyde, Bournemouth says:

    The four of us (2 couples) thoroughly enjoyed our stay in this very well presented and well equipped character cottage. A first time to North Wales for all of us, we were all blown away by the breathtaking scenary of Snowdonia and the coastline. Staying in a traditional old cottage was the perfect compliment to this and what a great and private location Y Felin is in. We were comfortably able to reach the towns on our list; Betwsy y Coed, Caernarfon, Conwy, Pwellhi and Barmouth and return home in the evening to enjoy the wonderful peace and tranquillity of Y Felin.
    We were able to make good use of the woodburner to keep us warm and cosy, it also created a wonderful ambiance as we played various games. The furthest of two pubs was only a 10 minute walk which allowed us to nip out for a swift half or two and enjoy some Wesh hospitality.
    Y Felin created for us a very relaxing and comfortable break, none of us would hesitate to stay there again.

  22. Tom & Jean Saunders, Oxfordshire says:

    walkway-from-Bennar-Beach-may-2011It’s difficult to find something original to say about this beautiful area and the cosy cottage. We enjoyed a trip across the 1879 toll bridge over the Mawddach Estuary at Penmaenpool and a meal and a pint in the George III inn watching the birdlife and the cyclists/walkers making best use of an old railway track path. The line was closed by Beeching and the walk featured in one of Julia Bradbury’s TV programmes along old railway-track paths. The Nantcol waterfalls are worth a visit and you don’t need to be an intrepid climber to see them! For photographers, you must go to Portmerion, relive the “Prisoner” and take a walk in the woods that overlook the estuary. However, go early if you want to avoid the hoards of people that flock in. We visited Bennar Beach a few times – the walkway is featured in the picture – not because it is much different to other stretches of fine sand-dunes along the coast but there are toilets by the car-park, and this is an important consideration at our age!

  23. Fletcher, Leigh says:

    We arrived on a beautiful sunny evening to the wonderful cottage of Y Felin. We quickly settled in and were able to enjoy the peace and tranquility of the garden, something we enjoyed throughout our stay. The location is ideal and there are plenty of local provisions. We enjoyed the local walks and beach aswell as the option of going further afield. We would not hesitate to recommend and re-book in the future.

  24. Karen Anderson,Elan Valley says:

    We only booked Y Felin on a whim just before Feb half term started, fancying a winter short break. We were delighted with the cottage both inside and out, being full of character and comfort, in a lovely location, and most importantly for us, being safe and ideal for our dogs as well as us. With a lovely garden and big field beside the property, the convenience of the village facilities within walking distance, and a lovely walk to the beach from the doorstep, the only fault we could find with this holiday was that it was too short! We’ll definitely be back soon!

  25. Amanda, Harry, Jemma and Matthew (Daisy, Megan and Jasmine - the pups) from Staffordshire says:

    Me, my sister and our partners have just got back from a fabulous weeks break at Y Felin. The cottage was very cozy and the underfloor heating a luxury on cold tired feet after long walks. The beds are very comfy and it has all the facilities you need as well as being in a peaceful but still a great location, just a short walk to the gorgeous long stretch of clean sandy beach, three pubs all within walking distance, two of which are on the way back from the beach, bonus! We had three nine month old pubs with us who had all thought they had died and gone to heaven with plenty of exploring to do in the paddock and the stunning walks embedded in the Welsh countryside and beach walks along the coast and sand dunes. Only a 5 minute drive into the quiet but picturesque village of Harlech which has fantastic views and just a 10 minute drive into the slightly busier but much bigger town of Barmouth. Dolgellau is less than half an hour and has some nice pubs and shops and a big pet store for all your needs including a vet just in case you need it. Porthmadog is not too far a journey either but we preferred the prettier towns, although we did find the best fish and chip shop there! Dolgoch falls is a MUST DO and is a short but beautiful walk surrounded by stunning waterfalls and gorgeous countryside, it’s only a 45 minute drive on the way to Tywyn on the interesting back roads and is certainly no boring journey! We would definitely recommend Y Felin! And since this is the second dioni cottage holiday we’ve had and thoroughly enjoyed, I’m sure we’ll be back next year, the cottages are very well looked after, cosy and clean! It’s the perfect UK getaway! Thank you Dioni!

  26. Mick and Hilary Dolphin + Connie , the Flatcoat says:

    June 22-29. We’ve stayed in several dog friendly cottages so far and this is definitely one of the best. Rather a wet week, but the under floor heating meant a dry dog and warm clothes within minutes; a great help. The cottage was much more spacious inside than we expected and my husband (who is 6′ 4″) had no problems once he got used to the low doorways. Y Felin is beautiful, clean and homely. It was so welcoming and such a pleasure to be treated as civilised grown ups by the owners: we have stayed in cottages where dos and don’t notices were all over the walls.
    We will recommend the cottage and would definitely stay again. The location is great and the area brilliant in all weathers.

  27. Andrew Dibnah, East Yorkshire says:

    Comfortable, cosy cottage in a quiet location ideally situated for exploring north west Wales.The large garden was ideal for the dogs.
    This was our first vist to Wales and we found that, in this area, apart from the stunning scenery etc there is much to see/do if the weather is less than clement!
    Well worth a visit are Llechwydd slate caverns above Blaenau Ffestiniog and Sygun copper mines above Beddgelert.
    Nantcol waterfalls also should be visited.
    The butcher is as good as other people have commented and will vacpac meat for transportation home at the end of your stay. Look out for the salt marsh lamb – best lamb you will ever taste!!
    Would definately stay in this cottage again.

    Andrew, Elizabeth and three tired dogs.
    7-14 September 2012

  28. Andrew Dibnah, East Yorkshire says:

    Lovely, comfortable and cosy cottage in a very peaceful location. Large garden ideal for the dogs.
    This was our first visit to Wales for a holiday.
    Stunning scenery, friendly people and much to see and do.
    Well worth a visit are Llechwydd slate caverns, Blaenau Ffestiniog and Sygun copper mine, Beddgelert. Plenty of walking (countryside and beach) for both humans and dogs.
    The butcher is every bit as good as everyone else has said – look out for the salt marsh lamb, it is the best you will taste.
    The cottage is a handy location with easy access from Caernarfon to Aberystwyth and all points in between.
    Already looking forward to our next visit!!!!
    Andrew, Elizabeth and three very tired dogs

  29. Richard, Monica, Elin and Matthew, Flintshire says:

    Y Felin is a cosy cottage ideal for couples or a family of four. Furnished and decorated to a high standard it has underfloor heating and two log burners making it even cosier.

    We (2 adults and 2 five year olds) stayed for a couple of nights as we were attending a friend’s wedding in Barmouth. The reception/evening do was in Tal Y Bont, making Y Felin an excellent base.

    When we arrived there was a ‘welcome basket’ with teas, coffee, hot chocolate, welsh cakes, bara brith and a bottle of beer – all unexpected but a detail which made all the difference. You immediately felt at home.

    Living in Wales we had already done many of the things that are to do in this area. The scenery is breathtaking and Y Felin is only 5 minutes from the beach with the mountains of Snowdonia National Park to the East. For a family wishing to have a central base with access to tourist attractions, beach and countryside but without the time restrictions associated with hotels/guest houses, this is ideal. Will definitely be back!

    Diolch o galon, cawsom amser hyfryd dros ben a’r bwriad yw dychwelyd yn y dyfodol.

  30. Jan, Graham and Linda. Lancashire. says:

    20/10/12-27/10/12, our first visit to Y Felin. The cottage was cosy and very well appointed and also spotless. Jess and Nell loved the garden and the field. They also enjoyed the endless empty beaches. Blessed with good weather which was a surprise !!. Toured the area with plenty to see and do. Also enjoyed some splendid walks in the hills. The scenery around the Mawddach Estuary was stunning and we enjoyed our lunch at the George 3rd Inn after one of the walks in the area. We will definately be back in the future and have already recommended the cottage to one of our friends.
    Jan, Graham and Linda and not forgetting Jess and Nell.

  31. John and Sam, West Midlands says:

    We had a long weekend break from 8th – 11th March to celebrate my birthday. The cottage was lovely; clean, warm and had everything we needed for a nice break. The location was great with the train station being only 5 minutes away, so it was good to give the car a rest and use the train into Barmouth. (Can I make a suggestion that there is a train timetable in the cottage, as I couldnt get on to the internet on my phone to get train times)

    We did lots of walking and highly recommend the Mawddach Trail, starting at the Bridge in Barmouth with a stop off at the George Inn and we also ate a few nights at The Last Inn, which we found very friendly and welcoming.

    We had a nice welcome when we arrived, to find that the heating was on and a bara brith cake waiting for us

    We visit the area of North Wales regularly, so we’ll be checking out more properties from Dioni, if all of them are this standard, then I will be back!

  32. Neill and Alison, Kent says:

    Spent a lovely week in the cottage and could not fault it. Very clean, homely, warm and great views. Beautiful walks along amazing beaches and countryside….the perfect location for a peaceful, get away from it all holiday. Took the train to Barmouth, visited Betwys Y Coed and and did the precipice and panoramic walks but our top tip would be to just enjoy what’s right on your doorstop…. :-)

  33. Di Curtis, Oxfordshire says:

    We have just spent a week at the cottage and had a fantastic time. The cottage was very clean and homely and was well equipped for our stay. We spent time walking around the village and found the beach which was great, thankfully the weather was kind to us, but even on a bad day I think that walk would still have been lovely.
    We would visit again in the not too distant future and would like to thank you for making our week away very pleasant and enjoyable.

    Di, Andrew, Alice and Libby, plus our Jack Russell, Meg.

  34. Diana, Chertsey, Surrey says:

    Just retruned from a fabulous week with my husband, our 2 best friends and our dogs,
    It is perfect for walks to the beach with a conveniently situated pub half way however the dogs are not allowed inside.
    The cottage is really convenient for the railway station so we suggest you park the cars and relax and enjoy the fabulous coastal railway.
    We loved the look of the wood burners and are already talking about returning for a winter break.

    Diana, Jim, Georgi & Twan

  35. David, Janet and Monty says:

    We really enjoyed our stay. The cottage was very well equipped, warm and comfortable (a nice touch was cake, beer and eggs on arrival). Great location – would recommend a laze in the bath (if you catch the sun just right, the view from the window is quite wonderful). Quiet, peaceful and ideally situated for seeing the best of North Wales. Lovely to sit in the garden with a glass or two, listening to the tiny stream and soaking up the sun. Monty could not wait to get into the paddock!
    One evening returning on the train from Barmouth we suprised a badger in the garden, wonderful.
    A great, refreshing and relaxing week.

  36. Andrew Dibnah, East Yorkshire says:

    Another excellent week at Y Felin. Weather good all week didn’t need the fire lighting as cottage so cosy & warm. Excellent Italian food to be enjoyed at Tony’s in Tal Y Bont. Plenty to see and do and yet again a week was not enough! Although one place to avoid is the James Pringle outlet at Llanfairpwlll etc – total tourist trap a waste of time and money and service in the cafeteria is non existent!
    Great place will be back again.

  37. anita wilson, tamworth says:

    Y felin is a beautiful traditional cottage with everthing that you need in it, the under floor heating made the cottage really cosy in the middle of January, beautifully decorated. Situated a 20 min walk from the beach and inbetween Barmouth and Harlech looking out over fields, it was really peaceful and relaxing. Loads of land for the dogs to run around in, only downside was the note we got when we arrived asking for the dogs not to go upstairs, having paid extra for the dogs and not been made aware of this before we booked was disappointing and probably would of chosen a more dog friendly cottage, however, without the dogs would highly recommend this cute cottage.

  38. Jackie and Gary, Wirral says:

    Stayed at the cottage over the new year, cosy, warm and welcoming. The welcome hamper much appreciated.
    Had a very relaxing week ,the beach is excellent for walking with the dogs despite the weather throwing everything at us.
    Would recommend and would like to return in the summer.

    Jackie,Gary and the dogs Angus Archie and Oscar

  39. Simone Ahrens, Bremen- Germany says:

    Y Felin is a beautiful cottage, we all liked it very much. The wheater was really lovely and we collected many shells on Shell Island which is near by.

    The kitchen has everythin you need. There could be a bit more of glasses and cutlery when you want to use the dishwasher and you have booked the cottage with 4 people.

    We’d like to come back some day and recommend this cosy cottage.

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