Sleeps: 2 + Cot
Price: £330 - £650
Type: Featured Holiday Cottages, Internet | WiFi, Near Beach, Pet Friendly
This stylish one bedroom apartment is set within the historic Wern Manor, a 16thcentury manor house near Porthmadog in North Wales. Unique original features have been carefully preserved and combined with modern-day fixtures and fittings. The perfect mix of old and new.
The apartment sits on the western side of main house and has its own private entrance and parking area. A pastel painted door leads guests directly into the lounge area. Some lovely Scandinavian furniture sits on an impressive and original slate floor. A small dining table and chairs on the far wall provides a space for those romantic meals for two.
Sleek modern units in the kitchen next door house all the appliances you need, including an induction hob, dishwasher and fridge. A reclaimed slate worktop is a nice reminder of the original use of the apartment as the larder to the manor house.
Next we come to the bedroom. A simple low double bed with plain white linen is flanked by two bedside tables and reading lamps. Plenty of storage is provided by the wardrobe and chest of drawers. The adjoining bathroom is suprisingly spacious for a one-bedroom apartment. Victorian glazed brickwork sits alongside a modern white bathroom suit and the large modern walk-in shower is sure to be a welcome sight after a long hot day on the beach.
Sleeps 2 + Cot
Pets Yes (£30 per pet additional supplement fee)
Bed Linen Provided
Towels Not Provided
Cot and High Chair Provided On Request
The apartment has its own private entrance from the parking area and a small outside seating area. A second entrance opens up onto a wonderful glass roofed atrium. This atrium is shared with two other apartments: the Wood Store and the Brushing Rooms and is a fantastic space to socialize and make new friends if you want to.
Guests are also encouraged to explore the grounds of the manor house. The well-manicured and expansive lawns to the East of the house are a great spot for picnics and relaxing on sunny afternoons. Some of the formal gardens beyond are overgrown now but the outline of the park, designed by the famous Thomas Mawson in 1901, is still very evident so a great place to wonder around.
Criccieth, 5 minutes to the west, is a lovely seaside town with a selection of excellent restaurants, curiosity shops and world famous ice cream. The larger harbour town of Porthmadog is 5 minutes to the east and has more cafés, restaurants and a larger supermarket. There are naturally lots of things to do in the area including miles of sandy coastline to discover and high peaked mountains to explore.
Prices and Availability
Prices and Availability
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