Sleeps: 4 + cot
Price: £350 - £690
Type: Near Beach, Near Pub, Real Fire
Set off a beautiful 1 mile, tree lined drive leading up to the hills, this farm holiday cottage with uninterrupted sea views is a beautiful stone barn conversion with everything you need for a great holiday. The location is really special and the views need to be seen to be believed.
Set on one floor, all the rooms come off a central corridor that runs along the length of the cottage with the kitchen at one end and the sitting room at the other. The large kitchen is the hub of the cottage; everything you would need is here along with new appliances. The all-oak units give it a homely feel and the solid dining table and chairs are the perfect addition for getting everyone together for meals.
The conservatory that leads off from the kitchen has the showstopper views and most certainly where you will find yourself with a gin and tonic in hand for an evening of taking in the sunsets.
There are two bedrooms; one double and a twin. Both rooms have been stylishly decorated and the blankets and cushions add to the cosy feel. The views from both rooms are incredible; waking up to the view of the sea is pretty idyllic. There is one bathroom which has a shower over bath set up.
The outside space as you will imagine does not disappoint, lots of open space along with an enclosed, raised patio area where you can sit out and eat alfresco, or just sit and take in the calm and tranquillity.
Sleeps 4 + cot
Bed Linen Provided
Cot and High Chair Provided
The cottage is situated just on the outskirts of Dyffryn Ardudwy. As it is located on the drive towards Gor Y Gedol Hall, it means that its position has the most incredible views of the sea and the mountains as a backdrop. The actual property itself has its own very well kept lawn with outside seating so you really can take advantage of its position.
Dyffryn Ardudwy is a large village and has a spar which is also home to an award winning butchers. A pub and garage are also here.
15 mins south will bring you to Barmouth. The quintessential seaside town where you will find a great variety of bars, restaurants, cafes and shops along with a harbour, the beach, a funfair and all the paraphernalia that comes with a seaside town. A good place to mention is Norbar which is only a 10 min drive from the house and a great place for eating.
15 mins to the north is the smaller town of Harlech where we have the castle along with a good selection of cafes and shops – again a great beach here along with a swimming pool, climbing wall and the famous Royal St Davids Golf Course.
You are also very well placed to explore the other great towns and villages in Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsula. Llanberis is home to Electric Mountain and the National Slate Museum, Beddgelert has some lovely cafes and gift shops, and Betws Y Coed is home to the famous Swallow Waterfalls. Activities like Zip World and Surf Snowdonia are within an hours drive. There are also plenty of watersports available to take part in on the lakes and beaches along with the obvious walking and cycling opportunities available here.
Prices and Availability
Prices and Availability
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