Two Bedroom Holiday Cottage With Sea Views in Aberdyfi | Morlun-Bach
A two-bedroom holiday cottage with sea views in Aberdyfi – luxurious, stylish and bright, sleeps up to four guests.
Morlun-Bach is a showstopper holiday cottage which has been carefully designed and furnished to create a light, luxurious and easy-living space. It sleeps up to four guests in one double bedroom and one twin.
The look and polished feel of this stylish self-catering property takes its inspiration from the beach retreats and hideaways of Martha’s Vineyard and Cape Cod. We love its smart slate gables, glass balconies and wood clapboard style.
Located in the grounds of the award-winning Trefeddian Hotel and a short walk from the Aberdovey Golf Club – a formidable links course if you’re interested – it offers mesmerising sea views and loads to do right on the doorstep. The seaside village of Aberdyfi – aka Aberdovey – is just a few minutes’ walk away.
The living space at this two-bedroom holiday cottage with sea views in Aberdyfi has been inverted to make the most of the elevated position and the big sea views, with bedrooms on the ground floor and the main living space upstairs.
The furnishings and finish of this cottage are of the very highest quality, with a relaxing neutral colour scheme throughout. We particularly love the beautiful fabrics used throughout – the interior design has clearly been a labour of love.
Both bedrooms are en suite with walk-in waterfall showers, and the double bedroom has a bath too. Patio doors from the double bedroom open up onto a spacious paved terrace with luxury outdoor furniture. Ideal for soaking up some rays with your morning coffee or for a quiet evening sundowner.
Upstairs, the open plan living space makes the most of those dramatic sea views. The modern, superbly equipped kitchen leads onto a light and airy lounge area with floor to ceiling windows. Patio doors lead out to a fabulous balcony with uninterrupted views across Cardigan Bay, perfect to unwind and reflect on your day.
Back inside, a separate cosy snug area is ideal for curling up with a good book. There is another loo / washroom on this floor too. The kitchen is equipped with washing machine and dishwasher.
Guests staying at Morlun-Bach holiday cottage are very welcome to use the Trefeddian Hotel swimming pool, health and beauty salon, tennis courts, putting green and family playroom.
Morlun-Bach is next door to the Morlun-Mawr holiday cottage, which sleeps an additional six guests.
Sleeps 4 + Cot
Bed Linen Provided
Cot and High Chair Provided
Aberdyfi is one of the Snowdonia’s prettiest coastal villages. Depending on where you’re starting from, you’ll find it around halfway up – or down – the coast of Wales, on the estuary of the River Dyfi. It’s at the southernmost edge of the Snowdonia National Park. South facing, the great hills and mountains of Snowdonia rise up behind the village.
For most of the 19th century, Aberdyfi was a bustling port, shipping Welsh slate and oak around the world. It is now best described as a superbly pretty harbour village. And what a gem it is: terraced houses on the seafront are pastel-painted; a golden sandy beach extends to the north for miles, as far as the nearby town of Tywyn. It has retained an air of dignified Victorian glamour and charm.
The town is a bit of a mecca for watersports enthusiasts. Expect fishing boats, sailing boats, dinghies, windsurfers and kitesurfers on the water. A boat trip or a SUP lesson is ideal if you are a beginner and want to get onto the water. There’s a lovely little jetty – ideal for a spot of crabbing, and the beach has more than enough room for even the most ambitious of sandcastlers.
Aberdyfi is a lovely town to wander around. Quaint old streets rise up to spectacular viewpoints whilst in the heart of the village, you can enjoy browsing in specialist boutiques and art galleries. You’ll find no shortage of great places to eat.
If golf’s your thing, you should make a beeline for Aberdyfi’s championship golf course, which welcomes visiting players and is located at the western end of the village.
You don’t need to travel too far from Aberdyfi to get into spectacular mountain and valley scenery. The peaks of the Cadair Idris and Aran Fawddwyn ranges are within easy reach. If you enjoy nature and the outdoors then don’t miss the Dovey / Dyfi valley which is home to some of the finest examples of special landscapes and wildlife areas in Europe with much of the estuary area recognised as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
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