Sleeps: 4 + Cot
Type: Featured Holiday Cottages, Internet | WiFi, Near Beach, Near Pub, Pet Friendly, Real Fire
This pretty two bedroom holiday cottage in Dyffryn Ardudwy is set in an idyllic and peaceful village location walking distance from a beautiful sandy beach. And with the mountains of Snowdonia behind you and two pubs within walking distance the location of this charming cottage couldn’t be better.
As you enter this typical two up two down stone country cottage the ground floor is split into a kitchen diner on your right and a spacious lounge on your left. The kitchen includes all the facilities you would expect including a dishwasher, large fridge freezer and washing machine. Pastel painted fitted units are topped with a rich solid wood worktop. This is mirrored by the reclaimed dining table with it’s newly polished oak top and matching hand made bench seat.
A natural slate floor, gently warmed by underfloor heating, continues through into the lounge. The emphasis on natural materials continues with an exposed stone inglenook with log burner. The large flat screen smart TV is a welcome nod to modern conveniences.
Upstairs we have one double and one twin room. The double room is surprisingly spacious for a country cottage. High vaulted ceilings helping to add to the sense of space. Adjacent dormer windows look out over farm fields and the mountains to the rear of the house and a beautiful church to the front. The twin room on the other side of the cottage is a little smaller but nicely furnished with a dark wood chest of drawers and matching beds. Small details like the ledge and brace doors, white washed stone wall and slate window sills accentuate the cozyness of the bedrooms
The adjoining bathroom has a large corner shower, wc and washbasin.
Sleeps 4 + Cot
Pets 2 Max (£30 per pet)
Bed Linen Provided
Cot and High Chair Provided
The large and fully enclosed back garden backs onto farm fields to the rear of the cottage. Large mature shrubs shield guests from the quiet narrow country lane that winds its way through this part of the village. The lane is a favourite route for dog walkers who are always ready with a friendly hello and a bit of local gossip or information when quizzed.
There are two pubs in the village as well as a post office, caffe, well stocked grocery shop and award winning butchers. A short 10 minute drive south will bring you to the traditional and ever popular seaside town of Barmouth. 10 minutes to the North is the picturesque castle town of Harlech. Both towns play host to numerous holidaymakers during the summer months with their restaurants and bars.
Snowdonia is fast becoming the mecca for adventure activities. Everything from gorge walking to mountain biking to zip lining can be enjoyed in this part of North Wales. These new adventure sports are naturally, a great compliment to our traditional pastimes such as golf, hill walking and lazy afternoons on the beach.
Prices and Availability
Prices and Availability
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