Sleeps: 10 +cot

Price: £750 - £1490

Type: Featured Holiday Cottages, Internet | WiFi, Near Beach, Near Pub, Real Fire

Cae Meddyg is a traditional stone farmhouse located high above the seaside village of Llanbedr in Snowdonia North Wales. Surrounded by a mature garden plus a further 20 acres of land the cottages offers the perfect retreat for families looking to get away from it all.

The river Artro

An impressive log burner warms a huge lounge with lofted ceilings. The traditional slate floors compliment the exposed and original timber frame of the farmhouse beautifully. Comfortable leather sofas and tasteful ornaments finish off the room nicely.

The kitchen diner is a much brighter space. The large double glazed windows that flank one side of the room face out onto a lovely mature garden and lawn area. Great for watching the children play whilst you prepare a meal perhaps. And the large cooking range and high spec kitchen ensures the foodies in your group are able to express themselves fully.

The old adjoining dairy has been converted into two lovely ground floor bedrooms. One with a double bed and one with a set of modern bunk beds. These two rooms share a large shower room with wc. Also on the ground floor we have one of two more double bedrooms plus a modern family bathroom with bath and shower over. There’s a third wc and washbasin upstairs. There are two more bedrooms up in the eaves of the stone farmhouse. One double room and one twin (which can be made into a kingsize zip’n link). All the beds are dressed with the highest grade of fine Egyptian cotton. And again, character features such as the shuttered dormer windows, exposed beams and cast iron radiators create a real homely feel.

A Traditional Stone Farmhouse with Large Gardens | Cae-Meddyg-Farm

A Traditional Stone Farmhouse with Large Gardens | Cae-Meddyg-Farm

Property Details

Sleeps  10 +cot

Pets  No

Smoking  No

Bed Linen  Provided

Towels  Provided

Cot and High Chair  Provided

Bedrooms  5 Bedrooms. Bedroom 1: Double (in annexe). Bedroom 2: Bunk Beds (in annexe). Bedroom 3: Double. Bedroom 4: Twin (Zip'n Link for superking). Bedroom 5: Double

Bathrooms  3 Bathrooms. Bathroom 1: Ground floor shower room with wc and washbasin. Bathroom 1: Ground floor family bathroom with bath, shower, wc and washbasin. Bathroom 3: First floor W.C with wash hand basin

Facilities  Log burner with starter pack of wood supplied, central heating, electric cooker with gas hob, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, microwave, toaster, kettle, washing machine and tumble drier, Iron with Ironing board, cot and high chair, TV and DVD player, WiFi, hairdryer. Private large gardens with woodland, stone flagged patio with garden furniture and BBQ, ample private parking.

**Please note that when a 15% low occupancy discount is activated for 6 or less guests ( low season ) the annex of the house will be closed off.**


On the outskirts of the charming little village of Llanbedr, Cae-Meddyg sits tucked up into a small hill overlooking the Cambrian plane and its beautiful coastline. The sunsets over the Llyn Peninsula are truly spectacular and the patio and BBQ area at this cottage is the perfect place to sit and enjoy them. There’s a lovely private drive leading to the cottage so no passing traffic to bother you, just the odd stubborn sheep that may need nudging from the lane. (Don’t worry they don’t bite!)
This stone farmhouse is surrounded by some lovely manicured gardens but the fields beyond offer a more exiting playground for adventurous children perhaps. Thankfully there are some muddy patches as well, so bring your wellies.

Llanbedr is about a mile down the road and has a couple of pubs and grocery stores. Ten minutes away by car, the towns of Harlech and Barmouth offer a larger choice of restaurants and shops. Lot’s of adventure type activities around, including white water rafting, mountain biking, pony trekking etc. Others will enjoy the prehistoric structures, medieval castles and narrow gage railways that dot a landscape steeped in history.

A lot of guests will flock to the cottage for a traditional beach holiday of course. But I’d encourage everyone to explore the mountains behind the house. Cwm Nantcol and the Rhinog Mountains remains one of the UK’s true wildernesses. The mountains here are arguably every bit as spectacular as their more famous sister Snowdon, but benefit from being a bit more undiscovered, at the moment at least.


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