Welcome to 7 St Mary's Terrace, our 4 bedroom self-catering Holiday Home, located at the edge of Snowdonia National Park in Arthog, Gwynedd, Wales. The house is perfectly situated in a fantastic rural location, close to beaches & mountains, on a quiet lane leading to th
When I booked St Mary's Terrace it was to relive some old childhood memories from over 30 years ago that I'd shared with my family and old friends whilst holidaying in North Wales.
I didn't expect in… More
Reviewed 30 Sep 2014
We visited 7 St Mary's Terrace for a week in September to celebrate some special family birthdays. The property is fantastic, beautifully decorated and incredibly well thought out. From the cosy livin… More
“This house is brilliant”
Reviewed 16 Sep 2014
At the risk of not being able to get a booking at 7 St Mary's again, I have to be honest and give this a brilliant review.
The house is beautiful, well decorated, well equipped and in a great locat… More
Arthog is a small village very close to the holiday town of Barmouth and within walking distance of Fairbourne. It is a great holiday destination for walkers, bikers, families or people who just like relaxing and watching the view.
This cottage is a beautiful 2 bedroo
Liebe Pamela, wir haben als kleine Familie sehr schöne Tage in Arthog gehabt. Wir haben uns in ihrem sehr liebevoll und geschmackvoll eingerichteten Haus sehr wohl gefühlt. Es hat an nichts gefehlt… More
I'm really glad that you had a nice time and enjoyed your holiday in our little house. Thank you for taking the time to do a review.
“Perfect location for exploring!”
Reviewed 24 Mar 2018
Having spent many years as a child exploring Arthog, it was a delight to return. The cottage is perfectly placed for exploring the local sights, of which there are so many.
The cottage was clean an… More
Arthog Hall Cottage is a quaint and cosy traditional beamed cottage set within the grounds of the historic Arthog Hall. Benefiting from a beautiful spacious garden with truly stunning view of the Mawddach Estuary & The Cambrian Coast with Barmouth in the background. The
We stayed in Arthog Hall cottage at the beginning of August. We had a warm welcome from the owners.
The cottage is in the most peaceful location and the views from the garden are stunning. It is clos… More
“A Hidden Gem!!!”
Reviewed 12 Sep 2017
A perfect break! Having a 22 month old and a 11 year old beagle, it can be a bit tricky where you can stay. The cottage was so well equipped, home from home!! having the private garden was perfect for… More
Thank you for your comments, we are really glad you enjoyed your stay at Arthog Hall Cottage and appreciate you taking the time to write such a lovely review.
Kind regards, Lounge Holidays
“Enchanting Experience !”
Reviewed 1 Aug 2014
Enchanting experience from the moment we arrived. On approaching the hall we were warmly greeted by our hosts and shown to the cosy cottage retreat. Everything was very homely with lovely little touch… More
The Old Dairy dates back to the 18th c and was converted to a self contained one bedroomed cottage some years ago. It features a multi fuel burner which heats the water and radiators, a wet room, and fitted kitchen. There are two paved sitting areas, the upper area comm
Ty Hir nestled at the foot of Bwlchgwyn Farm, is one of four lovely holiday property's just of the coastal road to Fairbourne.
Close for the beautiful Mawddach Estuary and coastal trail/cycle path which leads down to the golden sand of Fairbourne beach or across the
Bwlchgwyn Farm, Ty Hir ,
Was a very pleasant stay for the whole family. Lots to do in very close proximity and it was wonderful that the owners had left everything to make our stay pleasant and easy.… More
Thank you for your comments and we are pleased you enjoyed your stay and were comfortable in Ty Hir it is a lovely property.
Look forward to seeing you all again
Reviewed 9 Jun 2018
What a great venue ... suoerb location for our photography week with great friends ... a big house that was more than adequate for all of us ... friendly local town and as for the owners they kept us … More
Thank you for your review , we are pleased you enjoyed your stay with us Look forward to you booking again
John and Gemma Evans
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The apartment sleeps 4 - 6 people, with one double bedr
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Good maps, books, Wifi
Great walk and cycle routes directly from property including magnificent Arthog Waterfalls
House could do with a little more cleaning, … More
“Potential but really disappointing”
Reviewed 2 Sep 2016
On arrival the grounds were extremely overgrown, open the front door and we were met with a horrible musty, fusty, damp smell. The protective sheeting on the 2 single beds was grubby and torn and even… More
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