Sleeps: 10 + Cot
Price: £2200 - £2900
Type: Internet | WiFi, Near Beach, Pet Friendly, Real Fire
This historic 17th Century Country House in North Wales offers a truly unique holiday destination for our guests. The magnificent formal grounds surrounded by ancient woodland provide the perfect backdrop for this notable stately home.
Despite its regal décor and imposing exterior, the property maintains a homely feel. A large lounge with open fire is the obvious centre to the home. Large Georgian style windows and high ceilings create a light and airy space for all the family. The adjoining dining room provides plenty of space for those family meals.
The kitchen is smaller and more modest in appearance as is fitting for a property of this period and comes complete with an oil fired AGA. A separate study and impressive entrance lobby complete the ground floor rooms.
There are 6 bedrooms upstairs. One twin room, two single rooms, two double rooms and one master bedroom with a four-poster bed. Two bathrooms and a third separate WC are also located on the first floor. The bedrooms are packed with period features. Oak panelled walls and beamed ceilings create a real sense of grandeur and history.
Sleeps 10 + Cot
Pets Yes (£30 per pet additional supplement fee)
Bed Linen Provided
Cot and High Chair On Request
The gravel drive that sweeps through beautifully lush lawns yields that perfect audible crunch as you approach the hall. Once you’ve unpacked and made yourself a cup of tea, walk through the formal garden past the giant sized chess board to a curved staircase leading down to the beautiful river Dwyfach. The river provides a mile and a half of private salmon and trout fishing.
On the other side of the hall “The Quackery” is a meandering footpath that weaves its way through an eclectic mix of statues, ponds and garden curiosities. The surrounding 70 acres of private and ancient woodland will satisfy even the most energetic of explorers.
Criccieth 2 miles to the east is a lovely little seaside village with a nice collection of restaurants and pubs. The harbour town of Porthmadog some 3 miles further on provides a wider selection of shops and acts as the gateway to the magnificent mountains of Snowdonia.
5 mile to the west of the house, Pwllheli is very similar in size and character to Porthmadog and is the favoured destination for many of our sailing guests. A little further along on the peninsula, Abersoch continues to be a very fashionable destination among younger visitors to the area.
Prices and Availability
Prices and Availability
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