Beautiful Cottage in Llanfair with ocean views

1400 ft² Cottage

Overview

3 bedrooms
6 guests max.
Cottage
1400 ft²
1 bathroom
Pet-friendly

Amenities

Pet-friendly
Dishwasher
Washing machine
TV
WiFi
Fireplace
Microwave
Cot
No smoking
Kitchen
Family-friendly
Hairdryer
Iron
Coffee machine
Toaster
Heating
Fridge
Beach view
Mountain view
Parking
King-size bed
Beach access
Patio
Smoke alarm
Carbon monoxide detector
Bed linen
Towels
High chair

What's nearby

550 yd to water

Outdoor

Garden
Rooms
2 bedrooms
1 extra large bed
1 bedroom
2 twin beds
Additional rooms
1 bathroom
Description

A very warm welcome to our beautiful cottage, a much loved property in the town of Llanfair. Boasting 3 bedrooms ideal for 4 but 5/6 on REQUEST plenty of space for socialising plus flexible accommodation, this cottage makes the perfect holiday home for a special family gathering. Everything about this property has been well thought through to create a relaxed and luxurious feeling.
As a self-catering cottage, you'll find everything you need for a perfect stay.
The kitchen has a built in fridge freezer, a hob, an oven, a chrome Dualit kettle & matching toaster, Cusinart food processor, Delonghi coffee machine, microwave, washing machine & iron.
For your stay we also provide a welcome hamper of essentials including Tea,Coffee,Milk &
Local specialities and bits for your dogs too.
The cottage is a perfect place to relax and offers a television and internet access.
3 bedrooms and can sleep 6, 4 adults 2 children In the first bedroom, you will find a super king bed which can be split to 2 singles
In the next bedroom, there is a king sized bed.
The third bedroom contains 2 single beds ideal for children (PLEASE ASK REGARDING THIS SPACE)
There are 2 bathrooms.
The first bathroom has a toilet and sink and a bath with shower over the bath .
The second bathroom downstairs has a toilet and sink and great views
Linen, towels are all included to make your stay more enjoyable inc robes & toiletries too
House Rules:
- Check-in time is 4pm and check-out is 10am.
- Smoking is not allowed.
- There are on-site parking facilities available at the property for 2/3 cars
- Pets are most definitely allowed at the property.
We also supply towels , paddling pool and cool mat beds for your dogs too.
Stair gate, high chair & travel cot are also available.
Please advise us of any DAMAGES or BREAKAGES that accur during your visit. Any none notified items WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE CHARGED FOR, please advises us at the time of any of these happening to allow us the chance to advise a solution. Unfortunately due to the current huge price increase we are all encountering we have been left with only a couple of viable options:
1 – Increase our daily accommodation rates across the board.
2 – To charge guest pro-rata for the energy consumed.
The second option is what we feel is the most appropriate as of this time, so for all booking from February 2022 the following will be implemented:
We will make a daily allowance of :
14 Units of electricity per day for the entire property ( not per person ) Plus 3 litres of oil per day for the entire property ( again not per person ) All additional units consumed will be charged at the following rates ( these rates will be monitored and adjusted as needed during these times ) Prior to your arrival we will take the meter readings and advise you of this. On departure these will will again be taken and any amounts over the allowance will be charged as follows Oil = 0.92p per litre
Electricity day rate = 78.288p per unit
Electricity night rate = 58.854p per unit
A cleaning fee maybe chargeable for bookings less than 5 nights, this will be advised.
Gwynedd is an area proud of its nature and recycling, please ensure you use the bins provided by the gate for your recycling
All dog poo to be cleared and disposed of from the garden too, thank you
Craft shops and general goods can be found on the High Street in Penrhyndeudraeth, Porthmadog and Barmouth, or venture a little further to Dolgellau or Pwhelli.
The Cambrian coastline train runs from Pwhelli to Shrewsbury or Birmingham, the scenery is stunning. Disembark at Aberdovey for a lovely afternoon in this pretty seaside town. The trains run every two hours and a timetable can be found at the Trainline.
Golf – Three fantastic "links" golf courses are close to hand. Royal St David's in Harlech, Porthmadog and Aberdovey.
Llanfair and Llandanwg have two beautiful churches to visit, St Mary's and St Tanwg's (tiny 6th century church on the beach). The area is steeped in history, please take the time to research some of the wonderful stories.
Slate caverns and mines
The slate mining industry in North Wales has recently been awarded Unesco World Heratage status. There are lots of interesting places to visit including LLechwedd slate caverns in Blaenau Ffestiniog operated by Zip World. See also Llanfair slate caverns and Llechi Cymru Welsh Slate
Slate mining is often associated with light railways Welsh Heritage Railway
Off to the Beach
Llandanwg – The sand dunes to the back of the beach conceal the tiny church of Saint Tanwg which dates from the 13th century. A small path winds through the dunes and leads you to the beach from the central car park area or you can take a trail from Cardigan Bay. As you sit on the pristine sands you will also be able to enjoy vistas of the rugged Rhinog Mountains in the distance. The beach here shelves gently into the sea making this a good place to swim, although there is no lifeguard so care should be taken. When the tide is low, it reveals a causeway out to pretty Mochras which is also known by its local nickname of Shell Island due to the plethora of different hued shells found on the its beach.
Harlech – If you love beaches you must visit. It's a bit of a walk along a path through the dunes but well worth it when you catch the first view of the beach and the sea. Children love the freedom of a large beach and the dunes behind it. It's ideal for beach walkers with or without dogs and even on busy summer days you can find space to relax quietly in. Whatever the season or weather Harlech beach is wonderful.
Porthmadog (Black Rock Sands, Morfa Bychan) – You pay a small amount of money & then you can park on the beach all day. The water is always really clear and great for swimming in when the weather is good. But be careful to look out for jelly fish as there is often some around. Take a picnic etc & spend all day there it's great.
Barmouth Beach sits on the idyllic west coast of North Wales and is nestled between craggy mountains and the often crashing sea. The beach is located in Snowdonia National Park and has a harbour area crossed by the impressive Barmouth Bridge which marks the beginning of the Mawddach Estuary.
World Heritage Site tourist attractions such as Harlech, Criccieth and Caernarfon castles are within a short drive, plus a visit to the area is not complete without a trip to the wonderful Portmeirion .
Further afield:
Caernarfon – castle, Welsh Highland Railway and shopping
Bala – great lake for sailing, and National White Water Centre for rafting, kayaking, and canoeing
Llandudno – Victorian seaside town with great shopping, seafront walks, the pier and the Great Orme Tramway
Bodnant Garden – between Llanrwst and Llandudno. 80 acres of amazing gardens including a laburnum arch and huge specimen trees
Indian and Chinese takeaways are located in Harlech, Barmouth and Porthmadog.
The ice cream shop in Harlech is fantastic! Try the rhubarb flavour…
There is a vegan café in Penryhyndeaudraeth, around 5 miles towards Porthmadog
Convenience stores
Premier Morfa Stores (Harlech lower road underneath the castle) is open until 10pm.
There is a newsagents/general hardware store near Harlech castle called Seasons and Reasons for newspapers and basic groceries.
Barmouth has a Co-operative, Spar and Iceland. Porthmadog has Tesco, Lidl and Aldi.
The Spar in Dyffryn Ardudwy has an excellent butchers attached selling "championship sausages".
The Old Cheese market delicatessen in Harlech is superb for great cheeses, home made bread and fine wines.
Dining
There are a number of good restaurants and cafes in the area, booking is essential during high season. It is worth noting that no outlets deliver food in this area. Here are a few to note:
Harlech Tandoori
Victoria Pub, Llanbedr- good pub food & dogs allowed
Wenallt Deli and Café, Llanbedr – great home made cakes and breakfasts
Hendre Coed restaurant, Llanaber – good home-cooked food
Llanfair slate caverns café
The Last Inn, Barmouth – great steaks and live music
Mermaid fish and chips, Barmouth – always a favourite
Big Rock Café In Porthmadog by the crossroads. Lots of choice, locally sourced food, reasonable prices and small play area for children.
Tan-y-Bwlch cafe Station cafe half way up the Ffestiniog Railway with great children's play area and walks around the lake.
Ty Mawr Very friendly café in Rhyd Ddu, A bit further a field but worth the journey. Set under the shadow of Snowdon and a short walk from the Welsh Highland Railway station. Try the Dutch pancakes.
A converted chapel in the village of Nant Gwynant near the Watkin path route to the summit of Snowdon selling good locally sourced food.
Once a booking is made kindly inform us of if you are bringing pets/children.

Property policy: the primary guest must be at least 18 years old

House rules
Pet-friendly
Smoking not allowed
Host
The offer is provided by a professional host. This host has committed to providing products or services that comply with the applicable rules of Union law.

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Ll462rr Llanfair, United Kingdom

Karen
5.0
Outstanding
‘Cody, great location, amazing view’
Reviewed on 16/11/2023
Sarah
5.0
Outstanding
‘Beautiful garden with views across to the sea. Comfortable living space and bedrooms. Well equipped and spacious kitchen. Plenty of parking and outdoor seating. Perfect cottage for break in Wales.’
Reviewed on 11/09/2023
Amy
5.0
Outstanding
‘Fantastically equipped cottage with lots of added extras left for us to make our stay more comfortable and enjoyable. Thank you both for great stay!’
Reviewed on 01/09/2023
Krzysztof
5.0
Outstanding
‘Likes: Location very nice with ocean view, very clean house snd everything is there what you need. So far is the best place we havr stayed. Will deffinitely come back again. Dislikes: Nothing’
Reviewed on 17/08/2023
Evelien
2.0
‘We zullen hier niet meer boeken. Het huisje is mooi, maar halverwege de week ging de douche kapot. Dat we ruim twee dagen zonder douche zaten is nog te overzien, maar dat we er achteraf onterecht van beschuldigd worden de douche te hebben kapotgemaakt en een claim krijgen van bijna 400 euro is echt niet ok. Eigenaren beschuldigen ons er ook van met 5 ipv de opgegeven 4 personen te hebben verbleven, wat gewoon niet waar is. Ook beweren ze dat we niet goed hebben schoongemaakt, wat ook niet zo is, maar waar we wel ook een claim voor krijgen (van 250 euro). Daarnaast vroegen ze een dag voor het verblijf, buiten airbnb om, 100 pond borg. Die hebben we betaald om discussie te voorkomen, maar is maar de vraag of we die terug krijgen nu ze achteraf en in onze ogen onterecht claims indienen. Ten tijde van het schrijven van deze recensie loopt de zaak rond dit geschil nog bij airbnb, maar hoe dan ook laat deze hele situatie voor ons zo'n nasmaak achter dat we dit huisje niemand aanbevelen.’
Reviewed on 05/08/2023
Sally
5.0
Outstanding
‘Likes: Lovely and fully furnished cottage, easy parking, lovely welcome basket. Dislikes: Property was great. Some confusion around our guest numbers meant we only had access to two of three bedrooms but this seems to be booking. coms issue. Owners were lovely and responsive.’
Reviewed on 22/07/2023
Una
5.0
Outstanding
‘Charming cottage with so much character.’
Reviewed on 06/06/2023
Benjamin
5.0
Outstanding
‘Likes: Spend three nights in this verry nice house with perfect view on the sea, couldn't ask for more everything that we needed was there we didn't want to leave! Thanks for making our holidays perfect Dislikes: We liked everything this place had to offer, the owners thought of everything’
Reviewed on 03/06/2023
Mark
4.5
Excellent
‘Likes: The decor, gardens and facilities. Dislikes: Nothing’
Reviewed on 28/05/2023
Tracey
5.0
Outstanding
‘Great location near a dog friendly beach. To the right of the beach dogs are allowed April to Sept. within walking distance to the beach, car if disabled. quiet comfortable beautiful cottage in a quiet area, Everything you need for an enjoyable stay. Excellent communication with host nearest town is, Barmouth 9 miles. Plenty of little shops and eating places dog friendly. The opposite direction Porthmadog.’
Reviewed on 02/05/2023
Larraine
5.0
Outstanding
‘Likes: The property lived up to its name - "beautiful cottage". Super comfy with lovely log fire, fabulous views, and an immediate sense of feeling at home. The hosts were amazing and provided lots of comforts you would expect in a hotel (not in a self-catering unit)... welcome basket of local goodies and wine for us and one for our dog too with treats, toys, blankets and towels. Shampoos and conditioner for us and the pup, make-up remover pads in the bathroom amd small details like salt and pepper in the cupboard. Amazing choice of TV channels and good WiFi. Pretty garden and a panoramic view of the sea from the bedroom windows. Just a delightful place to relax and unwind. Dislikes: Not so much a dislike, but more a bit of advice... Unless you are super fit, you do need your car to access the beach, town and shops. No easy walks from the cottage but, literally a five minute drive to Harlech Town and beach with loads of places to visit within striking distance by car.’
Reviewed on 14/04/2023
Gosia
5.0
Outstanding
‘Likes: Everything, it felt like home with everything needed just being there. Beautiful house with lovely garden and off street parking in outstanding location! There was also plenty paid TV channels available for rainy days with fireplace … this brilliantly made up for bad weather which could be expected in December. The owners thought about everything to prepare this property for every occasion and you can feel the love and care they did put in to it. Also hugely grateful as this property is a heaven for dogs. They aloud to be free around house and garden and have bed and towels and toys ready for them to play. Lovely! Despite that dogs regularly stays there everything was spotless clean. Amazing place I hope I will be back in the summer. Dislikes: Nothing actually’
Reviewed on 20/01/2023
Andrew
5.0
Outstanding
‘Likes: Very clean, stylish and cosy cottage in a great location near an excellent beach that reminded me of New Zealand. Dislikes: Beware an extra charge for heating’
Reviewed on 04/10/2022
Karolina
4.5
Excellent
‘Likes: Loved the location and the cottage it was just perfect. Ideal for getting out to local areas. The hosts provided anything you may need on a holiday. A real home from home. They also made themselves available to calls for questions. Dislikes: Being told the day before the start of our break that extra charges would be made for the use of electricity and oil if we went over a certain amount per day. We was not in during the day so it did not affect us, if the weather had of been bad every day it may have. TV was only from an Amazon fire-stick no instruction on how to use. Would have preferred normal TV channels.’
Reviewed on 03/10/2022
David
5.0
Outstanding
‘Likes: Beautifully decorated. very comfortable. great location. well maintained. very clean. well equipped. beautiful well maintained garden. peaceful location. lovely welcome by the owners including a welcome pack of wine and local cakes. Dislikes: Nothing’
Reviewed on 13/09/2022
Rachel
5.0
Outstanding
‘A lovely house and idyllic location. Perfect for dogs too and gorgeous walks from the doorstep down to the beach and short drive to Harlech and into the hills. Stunning x’
Reviewed on 04/07/2022
Ian
5.0
Outstanding
‘The cottage was fantastic, the hosts were brilliant in their communication prior to arrival, cottage was immaculate and we had a super stay. The views are incredible and it’s well situated to visit numerous areas of Wales. Would highly recommend.’
Reviewed on 16/06/2022
Nikki
4.0
Very good
‘Great location, very easy to access all the surrounding lovely scenery, mountains and coast. Beautiful views from the house. Extremely comfortable and cosy cottage, very nicely furnished and a lovely welcome pack.’
Reviewed on 28/05/2022
Donna
5.0
Outstanding
‘Beautiful cottage Beautiful place to stay views are amazing very cosy little cottage would recommend.’
Reviewed on 15/05/2022
Carol
4.5
Excellent
‘Likes: It was spacious, cosy and looked’Amazing! Dislikes: I liked it all.’
Reviewed on 25/04/2022
Agnieszka
4.0
Very good
‘Nice and cosy cottage but not suitable for 6 adults, the 3rd bedroom is weird, not even a wardrobe there, more like a storage room than a bedroom. Beautiful scenery though, beach 5min drive away.’
Reviewed on 21/04/2022
Mandy
5.0
Outstanding
‘We had such a wonderful time at this beautiful cottage. Everything we needed was available at the cottage, it was clean, inviting and cozy. The dogs and my 4 year old daughter loved taking trips to the beach, only 5 minutes away, and going for lovely walks in the evening. It’s such a peaceful place and we’d definitely return.’
Reviewed on 18/04/2022
Csonka
4.5
Excellent
Reviewed on 29/05/2023
Nicola
5.0
Outstanding
Reviewed on 29/03/2023
Claire
4.5
Excellent
Reviewed on 30/10/2022
Agnes
4.5
Excellent
Reviewed on 22/07/2022
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