Gwynfa Bach really is ‘something special’ a fabulous rural retreat with a woodburner in the main living room, enjoying stunning views overlooking a stream plus the hills in the foreground. Pet free and smoke free!
It was originally a 19C slate workers cottage and ooz
We had a lovely bank holiday weekend in this lovely and very cozy cottage. The cottage is in a beautiful area with stunning views to the front and rear with lots of places to visit in the area. We lov… More
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Nestled in the foothills of Cader Idris, in the spectacular Dysynni Valley, rests the beautiful Llanfihangel-y-Pennant. This rural hamlet is steeped in Welsh history and culture including the ancient St Michael's Church, Castell y Bere, and Mary Jones Memorial. Old Tyn
Tyn-y-Fach is in a stunningly beautiful and remote location. As soon as we turned the key in the door we started to absorb its atmosphere.
The exposed beams and stone floor exuded history which mad… More
“Damp Smell and Expired welcome drinks!”
Reviewed 7 Aug 2016
The cottage we booked was not inhabitable (damp smell) and we had to relocate. In fact we only slept there for 2 nights and after this it became unbearable.
We cleaned the property and left it bet… More
Unfortunately the first I heard from this guest was AFTER their booked departure date and hence they gave me no opportunity to resolve any of their problems or complaints.
Even so I offered to provide a refund in relation to relocation expenses. When they provided a receipt for a nearby cottage that had been booked months in advance I became very suspicious and declined to offer any refund retrospectively when I hadn't been notified at the time they choose to leave.
They even threatened a bad review if I didn't provide a refund and obviously this is now what they have written! So please read all our other 5 star reviews and make your own judgement.
Looking for that really special holiday home? Jerusalem Chapel in the beautiful and friendly little village of Abergynolwyn, in Snowdonia National Park, truly has it all, NOW including a fabulous sauna in the main chapel!
Perfect for a large family celebration; however
We celebrated my sister 70th Birthday here, and everything was just as it looks in the photos
Excellent accommodation and superb party venue. Everything was so easy we loved it all.
We had original… More
This barn conversion is on the edge of the village of Abergynolwyn near to Tywyn and can sleep seven people in three bedrooms. Hendre Bach Barn is a lovely barn conversion situated on the edge of the village of Abergynolwyn just seven miles from Tywyn in the Snowdonia
This cottage is resting in the village of Abergynolwyn, near Tywyn, and can sleep six people in three bedrooms. 1 Ar Yr Afon is a stunning cottage situated in the village of Abergynolwyn, within Snowdonia National Park. Hosting three bedrooms, a double with en-suite,
This semi-detached, stone farmhouse cottage, next to the owner's home on their working cattle and sheep hill farm near Abergynolwyn, can accommodate six people in three bedrooms. This semi-detached stone cottage, attached to the owner's own farmhouse on their working