Sleeps: 2 + cot

Price: £300 - £590

Type: Hot Tub, Internet | WiFi, Near Beach, Near Pub, Pet Friendly

This romantic one bedroom self catering cottage, Bwthyn Clyd is the second cottage that Bethan and Gary have renovated. And it’s every bit as stylish as their first one, Bwthyn Bach. It’s been immaculately decorated and filled with modern elegant furniture.

Shared garden

As you walk in, stable doors open onto a spacious lounge with leather furniture, flat screen tv etc. On the right, a breakfast bar separates this living area from a modern galley kitchen. All the facilities you’d expect here and, again, the crockery and accessories are tastefully chosen. Bethans influence I suspect more than Gary’s. A door to the left leads to the double bedroom with its luxurious king size bed. The contemporary bathroom includes a large shower cubicle with power shower. Lots of storage space which is perhaps unusual for a holiday let. The bedding and towels are crisp and fresh as guests to the first cottage would expect. All in all a perfect base for couples or young families to explore this rural part of southern Snowdonia.

Romantic One Bedroom Self Catering Cottage Pet Friendly | Bwthyn-Clyd

Property Details

Sleeps  2 + cot

Pets  Yes (£30 per pet additional supplement fee)

Smoking  No

Bed Linen  Provided

Towels  Provided

Cot and High Chair  Provided on request

Bedrooms  One ground floor bedroom with double bed and en-suite bathroom.

Bathrooms  One with power shower

Facilities  Hot Tub (shared), Flat screen digital tv, DVD player, Welcome Hamper, Dishwasher, Cot, High-Chair, Shared Washing Machine, Dryer and Additional Freezer Facility, WIFI.


In the summer most people will visit the cottage because of the miles of Green Coast, award winning sandy beaches nearby and they are certainly worth the trip no matter what time of year you decide to stay. But this particular corner of Snowdonia also offers walkers a wealth of undiscovered bridleways and footpaths in some of the most beautiful parts of the National Park.

The mountains here offer a welcome alternative to the more heavily visited peaks to the north. You can walk the higher ridges here all day without bumping into another living sole. I’m not sure if there are many areas in the UK where that’s still true. There are two pubs in the village both serving food as well as a post office, small grocery store and garage. The larger towns of Barmouth and Harlech are 5 miles to the south and north respectively.


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