Ground Floor Barn Conversion, 2 Bedroom Llyn Peninsula

Ground Floor Barn Conversion 2 Bedroom Llyn Peninsula | Bryncaled

Bryncaled is a two bedroom ground floor barn conversion near Chwilog a beautiful and rural part of the Llyn peninsula. The sun was shining and the neighboring farmer was haymaking when we visited the cottage, so I think we saw it at its idyllic best.

Criccieth Beach

Recently renovated this old stone cottage has been well designed and laid out. Its original stone exterior belies the up to date facilities within. A large bright kitchen-diner boasts a modern fully fitted kitchen as well as fantastic views over the surrounding fields and the mountains beyond.

The lounge is equally spacious. A comfortable 3 piece suit faces onto a renovated stone fireplace and chimney breast The original wooden beams and real wood flooring adds character and warmth to the room.

The adjoining hallway leads initially to the bathroom. Well laid out once again, with a shower over bath. Two bedrooms in total. One twin and one double. So perfect for small families but the price means it’s not unreasonable for two.

Ground Floor Barn Conversion 2 Bedroom Llyn Peninsula | Bryncaled

Property Details

Sleeps  4 +cot

Pets  No

Smoking  No

Bed Linen  Provided

Towels  Provided

Cot and High Chair  On request

Bedrooms  2 bedrooms. One double room, one twin room. Both on ground floor.

Bathrooms  1 with shower over bath.

Facilities  Welcome Hamper, Washing Machine, Dishwasher, TV, DVD, WIFI.

Location

There is one farmhouse nearby but apart from that, this ground floor barn conversion is surrounded by green fields on all sides. The area is a stronghold for the welsh language and the cottage offers a true taste of rural Wales. The village of Chwilog is just over a mile away. The village has one pub, The Madryn, a post office and small corner shop for papers etc.

The popular harbor town of Pwllheli and its boating marina is 5 miles away and the very fashionable seaside town of Abersoch a little further on again. These seaside destinations are a must for all guest naturally. (Don’t forget to try the ice cream at ‘Cydwaladers’ when you get to Criccieth.) But the real advantage of staying in this cottage is the fact that the mountains of Snowdonia are also so accessible. Snowdon itself is only a short drive away and the area now offers an abundance of activities for all. Centres for white water rafting, mountain biking and rock climbing are fast making Snowdonia the in place for adrenaline junkies. More leisurely and cultural pastimes are also available naturally. The area is littered with historic monuments and castles. Criccieth is the nearest, with Caernarfon and Conwy castle all within an hours drive. The gardens at Bodnant are also well worth a visit for visitors to this ground floor barn conversion, as are the art galleries in Llanbedrog and Llangefni. Send me an email if there’s something in particular that interests you and I’m sure I’ll be able to point you in the right direction.

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Comments

  1. Jack Michael Rowell. says:

    Had an enjoyable weekend with our granddaughter in this immaculate cottage, Everything was perfect and idyllic, will be back as soon as possible Many thanks Mike. Christine. & Phoebe. (Holmfirth).

  2. Steve Morris says:

    Great cottage in a very quiet and peaceful location. Spotlessly clean and well equipped. Deceptively spacious inside and plenty of room outside for children to play safely. Location is within easy reach of some great beaches at Abersoch and Porthor as well as Pwllheli, Porthmadog and Harlech. We had a great week and hope to visit again in the near future.

  3. Claire says:

    Everything you would want at a holiday cottage… clean, quiet, spacious and near great countryside for cycling and wonderful beaches. So many interesting towns to visit. We loved sitting in the garden watching the cows go past. Can highly recommend this lovely place to stay. Thank you for a great weekend and the welcome pack. We would like to visit again although I don’t suppose it will be 32 degrees C next time.

  4. VBM says:

    Clean, comfortable, warm, quiet.
    A self-contained cottage in a group of farm building on the Llyn Peninsula in north Wales. Quiet, rural outlook. Everything we needed for a week of narrow-gauge railway trips, castles, sight-seeing & photographs.
    We had a most comfortable & enjoyable time.
    Many thanks.

  5. Kathryn says:

    My family and I had a wonderful time in this beautiful house. Hosts we very thoughtful. The surroundings were lovely as well. Will definitely be returning.

  6. Mary Oliver says:

    Just spent a fabulous week with friends at this lovely cottage. It was well situated for all the villages and beaches on the Lleyn peninsula, and we even toured Anglesey one day. The cottage itself is so comfortable, also well equipped. This was our second visit – and certainly not our last. A home from home!

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