Location is everything of course and it doesn’t get much better than this. Hen-Feudy is a single story barn conversion in the village of Dyffryn Ardudwy half way between Harlech and Barmouth on the Cambrian coast road. In a slightly elevated position on the outskirts of the village the cottage commands breathtaking views across Cardigan Bay and the mountains of North Wales.
This romantic one bedroom barn conversion near Barmouth commands stunning sea views over the Cambrian bay coastline. A private patio and garden with a wood burning hot tub provides the perfect platform from which to enjoy the surrounding countryside while a tastefully furnished interior affords all the convenience of a modern holiday cottage.
This Gothic styled mansion near the beach in Llanbedrog was built in 1857 and was originally part of the famous Madryn estate. Now run as an art gallery by a charitable trust, the rear wing of this impressive building has been lovingly converted into self-catering accommodation. Don’t worry, the wing is quite private, you wont be one of the exhibits on show!
Cefn-Isaf, a self catering barn conversion with sea views, is located in a spectacular position on a Welsh mountain farm. Behind the cottage, ancient oak woodland stand bravely at the foot of the rugged slopes of the Rhinog mountains. In front, hills of green grass roll down to the picturesque seaside village of Llanbedr and the beautiful Cardigan Bay Coastline beyond. A truly idyllic holiday location.
Derwin-Fawr is traditional detached two bedroom north wales holiday cottage on a working farm on the western edge of the Snowdonia National Park. It’s central location allows guest to enjoy the mountains of snowdonia as well as the famous sandy beaches of the Llyn Peninsula. But we should explore inside the cottage first.
This luxury one bedroom studio cottage on a working farm combines comfortable accommodation with the rural charm of country life. A private patio and lawn has uninterrupted views across the farm down towards the sea and the distant flash of Bardsey lighthouse. Internally, modern facilities sit along side some of the original features of this converted stable. The convenience of modern living with echoes of the past.
This large and spacious holiday retreat on Anglesey has the look and feel of a luxurious country club.
Admittedly we were lucky with the weather. The morning sun was reflecting off the blue sea as we enjoyed our breakfast out on the patio. But this ground floor holiday cottage in Abersoch complemented the weather wonderfully. Stabal-Soch is a one story converted stable block, so no stairs to worry about. And perfect of course […]
Bryncaled is a two bedroom ground floor barn conversion near Chwilog a beautiful and rural part of the Llyn peninsula. The sun was shining and the neighboring farmer was haymaking when we visited the cottage, so I think we saw it at its idyllic best.
Derwin-Gron is a large four bedroom holiday cottage in a quiet rural setting. Sleeping eight, the key aspect of this holiday cottage is how spacious and spotlessly clean it is. The owners have been letting holiday cottages for a number of years and it shows. Along with plenty of outside space, it makes for a […]
‘Ty Gwair’ is a converted hay barn on a working welsh hill farm high up in the hills above Barmouth. This open plan studio cottage has a double bed up in the ‘grogloft’ or eaves of the barn accessed via a fixed ladder. So, although very popular with our regular guests, the ladder means that this studio would not suit anybody with any mobility problems.
Glandwr is a traditional stone holiday cottage in Cwm Nantcol above the picturesque village of Llanbedr in North Wales. This three-bedroom cottage on the banks of the river Artro is within easy reach of both the mountains and the sea and provides a great base for families wanting to explore this lovely part of Snowdonia.