Whether it is looking out to sea from your bedroom in the morning or sitting on the balcony watching the sun set over the Llynn Peninsula, you will never tire of views from Bryn Eglwys. This outstanding, modernised property offers great flexibility. It consists of a sp
The cottage is in the centre of the village of Llwyngwril which is located in the coastal region of the Snowdonia National Park with trains, buses, a pub serving good quality pub fayre and a convenience store all within 2 minutes walking distance. The beach can be reac
This fantastic cottage has lovely views from the lounge, conservatory and back bedroom, the beach is on your doorstep with a lovely walk down to it, the local shop just across the road. This cottage … More
“excellent accomodation and reasonably close to walks and beaches”
Reviewed 3 Oct 2011
the cottage cannot be faulted for cleanliness and facilities. beautiful outlook and the sunsets were spectacular. short drive to Aberdifi where there is a lovely beach . good walks in the countryside … More
Rola was originally a farmhouse, built of local stone and slate. It was extended to the north in the 1980's. Today, after significant renovation it provides a very comfortable four bedroom house.
From the comfort of the lounge you can see north and west, along the bea
Without doubt, this is one of the nicest properties I have ever stayed at. The location was superb, with breath-taking views from every room, & the amenities could not be faulted. The kitchen was full… More
“Fabulous location, beautiful cottage!”
Reviewed 17 Nov 2011
After battling snow and temperatures of -19 degrees we had a wonderful week in this beautiful cottage with direct access to the beach. It was suitable for all from a 11 month old to a 50 year old - an… More
Stunning holiday cottage set in a unrivalled location. Close to the sea, the cottage has panoramic sea and mountain views where you wake up to the sound of the waves crashing onto the beach below. Walking, wildlife, beaches and traditional Welsh towns and villages ar
Mihangel is an exceptionally spacious property. It has two en-suite bedrooms, one double (4m 95cm x 3m 45cm, plus bathroom 1m 87cm x 2m 08cm) and one with twin bunks and a 3rd bed (4m 70cm x 4m 90cm to include bathroom 2m x 2m 15cm)). It has free wi-fi, satellite tv,
This was our first stay in Mihangel we have stayed in the village now for the last 8 years. It is central to the places we like to visit.We were not disappointed with our change in accommodation. It i… More
Thank you so much, Katy, for all your kind words and I am so pleased that you all had a lovely holiday. It is so important to me that my guests have all that they need and enjoy their stay. I hope to see you again.
“Excellent location, cosy place!”
Reviewed 11 Nov 2014
We travelled up as a group of 7, which can normally make it a bit hard to find a place to stay. However, this place was perfect - it was convenient, easy to find at night, cosy yet spacious enough for… More
Thank you for your review, Russell. I am so pleased that you were all comfortable, and enjoyed your visit to South Snowdonia. You travelled a long way from London for just two nights, but you evidently achieved what you set out to do, which was to go up Snowdon (little clues left with printed routes up the mountain!). I hope that now you have seen this beautiful area, that perhaps may consider tackling Cader Idris in the future, which is very close by. Or any of the other mountains in the area, of which we have no shortage! You will be most welcome if you want to stay again, available all around the year!
“Beautiful accommodation, we were left wanting for nothing.”
Reviewed 19 Jul 2015
The accommodation was more than ample, light, clean and airy and still managing to cozy and comfortable. Very close to near by park/play area and short walk to near by beach and local train station if… More
Thank you David for your review. I am so pleased that you and the family found Mihangel a good place to get your family together and that you were not disappointed with the facilities. It has come along way since you attended Sunday School in that building! I look forward to seeing you return when you next have a family gathering.
Maes y Crywnwyr offers a superb seas side holiday without the bustle of some seaside resorts. The sea views are uninterrupted and stunning. The plot which houses the property is large, private and flat. The bungalow itself is warm, clean and stylishly furnished
“The most relaxing family holiday I've had in years!”
Reviewed 9 Aug 2013
The property was fantastic, very well equipped and a great space for 6 of us (although we had visits from other family members and the space worked really well). We were very lucky with the weather a… More
“A wonderful weekend”
Reviewed 10 May 2013
Had a wonderful time at the house.especially loved how well equipped the kitchen was with cooking utensils and a very decent size fridge and oven. House is very modern and even has a wine cooler!the v… More
“Comforatable, spacious, well equipped, and stunning location.”
Reviewed 24 Apr 2013
Wonderful views across Cardigan Bay to the LLeyn peninsula. Very well equipped property with ample space for 4 generations! Excellently maintained and well located.… More
Llys Cof is a quaint and cosy, traditional beamed cottage, with two spacious bedrooms and enjoys a lovely quiet location in the heart of the village of Llwyngwril. WIFI of course. This delightful stone cottage has been tastefully refurbished and decorated to a very h
Ystabl is suitable for a family holiday with young children, or for walkers, climbers, birdwatchers. Being on a single level it is suitable for the elderly. Breaks of three nights or more are offered out of season or according to availability.
Discounts are also given
“Peaceful home base in a stunningly beautiful area of Wales”
Reviewed 2 Jul 2012
My friend and I are in our eighties, we liked the location very much, beautiful flat walks by the sea and estuary with wonderful views of the mountains of Snowdonia and the LLeyn peninsula. The villa… More
“Holds a special place in my heart and highly recommend”
Reviewed 23 Jun 2012
I have been staying here with my family since I was a little girl and now love returning with my own family. It is just as good coming with friends which I have also done a few times so is suitable f… More
“A fantastic break in every way”
Reviewed 28 Aug 2012
My wife, two year old daughter and I spent three nights here and wish we could have stayed longer. The cottage was perfect, well equipped and very homely with an easy 10 minute walk to the beach throu… More
Relax with a glass of wine in the sun lounge and watch the sun go down over Cardigan Bay; watch the sheep grazing in the fields and perhaps buzzards and red kites soaring overhead.
This cottage has access to our own large field overlooking Cardigan Bay. There's plenty
This was recommended by a friend and it really is a little gem! Wonderful place with lots to do and see and this little cottage is the perfect place to come "home" to. Spotlessly clean and homely, ge… More
What a lovely review! Thank you very much and come back again soon!
“lovely cosy little cottage with a sunny conservatory”
Reviewed 16 May 2012
We rented all the properties together for a family wedding and our friends stayed in this cottage.
It was very comfortable and well equipped. The double room and the conservatory have wonderful views… More
We're glad you enjoyed making use of the conservatory and its amazing views. Thank you for your comments.
The single bedroom is indeed compact although the bed is a full sized single bed.
“Really nice cottage Y Llaethdy”
Reviewed 10 May 2012
Me, my husband and our dog Oskar would like to highly recommended Y Llaethdy cottage. Wilma and Mike welcome us really nicely and friendly. Y Llaethdy cottage was clean, cosy and well equiped. Mike an… More
Thank you very much for your lovely comments. It was a pleasure to welcome you both (and Oskar) to Y Llaethdy. We're so glad you found some dog friendly places to go around Llwyngwril and we look forward to welcoming you back again sometime in the future.
Yr Olaf was converted from an old farm building and is constructed from local stone and slate. It is decorated and furnished in a contemporary style reflecting its light and airy situation.
For the sure-footed holidaymaker seeking just to relax and unwind, why not take
We wanted somewhere just to get away for a couple of nigts peace and quiet, but still with that romantic feeling.........and we got everything we could have wanted. The location is far enough away fro… More
Pentre Bach House oozes charm with its beautiful entrance hall and huge bay windows overlooking the sea. Pentre Bach house has 6 spacious bedrooms, one of which has zip and link beds offering more flexible accommodation (either 2 singles or one large king-sized double b
Lovely old house with tons of character - original shutters on the windows, beautiful hall & staircase, farmhouse kitchen. Great garden & BBQ, delightful peaceful village & a lovely walk to the beach… More
Thank you very much for your complimentary review. We're glad you all enjoyed your stay at Pentre Bach. We must give the underground trampolines at Blaenau a go!
“An amazing place to spend time with the people you love.”
Reviewed 17 Oct 2014
My family and I stayed here for a long weekend to celebrate my mum and dads 40th wedding anniversary and it was perfect. All the bedrooms were very clean, with crisp clean linen. The open fire made th… More
Thank you for your lovely review. We have many groups such as yourselves celebrating significant birthdays and anniversaries all year round. We do hope that we'll be able to welcome some or all of you back to Pentre Bach again in the future, perhaps for longer next time!
Reviewed 2 Jun 2014
We stayed at the house as a large group the facilities was perfect for a group. This house is simple amazing. Its beautiful with amazing views. The house is very clean we enjoyed sitting in the garden… More
Thank you for your lovely review. We're so glad you enjoyed your stay and managed to experience some of our spectacular sunsets.
This cosy beamed cottage with an inglenook fireplace and an open fire is the perfect place to come and explore the wonderful Snowdonia coastline, whether you are coming to relax and enjoy the beach or perhaps walk or cycle in the hills behind the village. A brand new k
Popty is a lovely cottage. Warm and comfy with traditional and pleasant decor. Decent kitchen, hot shower, comfy beds and a lovely living room with a fire, including the original fire used when it was… More
Thank you very much for your lovely description of Y Popty. It certainly is a cosy cottage and is ideal when linked with the main house, to accommodate larger groups like yours. We do hope we'll be able to welcome you back to Y Popty sometime in the future.
“Very relaxing stay”
Reviewed 8 Apr 2013
The Bakehouse is set in a small village and is situated cul dec sec away from the main road which was very quiet and nice. The house has a common garden with stunning sea view (it is only 5 min walkin… More
Thank you very much for your complimentary comments. We're so glad you enjoyed your stay in Y Popty and hope to welcome you back sometime in the future.
We'll bear in mind your comments about the size of the television but don't like to have televisions that take up too much room or overwhelm the space.
“Y-Popty Cottage. Very Cosy and in a lovely location.”
Reviewed 6 Aug 2012
Although we chose the worst British summer for many years for this holiday we all had a thoroughly great time. Y Popty is a smaller cottage attached to the main house at Pentre Bach but it was just pe… More
Thank you for your kind comments. We're so glad you enjoyed your holiday in Y Popty , despite the weather, and hope that we'll be able to welcome you back to one of our cottages again in the future.
Near the picturesque village of Llwyngwril and situated on a working farm Ysgubor provides the ideal base for a family holiday. The local area is steeped in history, the farm has been in the family for four generations and was at one time part of the Cabrera Estate. Fie
This is a really special family holiday home. As well as enjoying this gorgeous Victorian, Welsh stone, character house, presented in a very stylish shabby chic finish, you can wake up in Llwyngwril, Snowdonia to unrivalled sea and mountain views and miles of unspoilt
I was a bit apprehensive about staying in October for a boys weekend, but the weather didn't make any difference. We had both rain and sun and just got on with it.
The house was a delight, to me bett… More
“Really lovely house in fab location!”
Reviewed 14 Aug 2016
We are a group of friends who stayed for a weekend in the house in June. It is SUCH a lovely place - really comfortable lounges, well-stocked kitchen, lovely comfy bedrooms and very hot showers! There… More
Myfanwy is one of two properties in a newly converted Church of England school. It is shaped like a chapel, having been used, after a school, as a Church Hall, and later as a Art Gallery and Welsh crafts Centre with a Tearoom,. It is accessible for those with mobilit
We stayed in Myfanwy over New Year, having been 'upgraded' thanks to a non-functioning shower in the property we'd originally booked. In future, we'd book Myfanwy directly without a shadow of a doubt… More
Thank you, Claire, for your kind review. It is always gratifying to know that our visitors have enjoyed our hospitality and that they are attracted back to this beautiful area. I look forward to welcoming you back in the future.
“Comfortable & spacious, with lots for the children to do”
Reviewed 4 Nov 2014
Really comfortable, spacious accommodation. The children loved all the games, books and DVDs. Would definitely come here again.… More
Thrilled that you liked our property and also that the children liked it too. I feel that it is important to provide things for children and so that they have plenty to occupy them and then Mums and Dads can relax. I am very fond of children and so understand their needs and enjoy providing for them. We have a beautiful area, with so much to see and do here, so hope that you will come back to explore further.
A stroll from this unusual and welcoming property takes you to the village pub, shop and beach or head to one of the nearby towns and villages for a host of attractions, shops and restaurants to enjoy. Take the water taxi to Barmouth, a steam train ride on the Tallylyn