Price: £280 - £550
Type: Internet | WiFi, Near Beach, Near Pub, Pet Friendly, Real Fire
This cute stone cottage in a quiet village location is a great little hideaway for anyone wanting to explore this part of North Wales. With a pub right on your doorstep and beaches, mountains and outdoor activity providers nearby guests wont be left wanting for things to do.
A spacious lounge includes two very comfortable real leather sofas facing onto a fantastic log burner set within the original stone inglenook. Beautifully furnished with some real individual bits and pieces the attention to detail is a welcome break from other more off the shelf holiday accommodation.
The slightly quirky theme continues next door into the kitchen diner. An old pine table surrounded by individual dining chairs sits on a real slate floor. Pastel painted kitchen units are complimented by built in storage cupboards with stripped back pine doors. A great space to put the plan for the day together whilst eating warm toast covered in salted welsh butter.
We return into the lounge to climb the stairs up to the first floor. Two double bedrooms up here. Again, both bedrooms are really nicely put together with traditional welsh bed throws sitting atop thick comfortable duvets on a cast iron bed. Both bedrooms each have a large integral wardrobe, chest of drawers and bedside tables. They each share a central bathroom which has a shower over bath arrangement.
Pets 1 Max (£30 per pet)
Bed Linen Provided
Cot and High Chair Provided
Llanystumdwy is a very pretty and friendly little village on the border between the mountains of the Snowdonia Park and the more coastal plains of the Llyn Peninsula. The village is famous as being the birthplace of Lloyd George, the British Prime Minister during the First World War. His childhood home is just down the road from the cottage and a museum commemorating his life is well worth a visit. There’s a great pub serving local food on your doorstep and a stocked fishing river just up the road.
Bodfan is also a great base from which to explore the whole of North Wales. The seaside village of Criccieth is just a 5 minute drive away (and has the best ice cream in the world) and the Snowdonia mountains are only 15 minutes further on. There’s pony trekking, sailing, paintballing, go carting and cross country Segway riding all available within a short distance. The petting farm in nearby Chwilog is our family’s favourite day out (despite the fact that we live on a farm) and should not to be missed. Take a picnic and enjoy the fabulous views as the children play with the newborn lambs.
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