Tyddyn Sydney Bach
About the home
Tyddyn Sydney Bach is a delightful Visitwales 4* garden studio cottage with its open wooden beams and high ceilings. It has an open plan kitchen /lounge/ bedroom with separate shower room furnished and equipped to high standards. Towels, bed and table linen are included. Outside there is garden furniture complete with parasol.
Tydddyn Sydney Bach is located in the secluded grounds of a larger cottage in the village of Treborth, between the internationally famous Britannia and Menai Bridge crossings to Anglesey. Treborth is on the outskirts of the ancient, historic Cathedral and University City of Bangor .
Stroll on the restored Victorian Pier, swim in the pool or in the many surrounding beaches, sail on the Menai Strait, climb the mountains of the Ogwen Valley and Nant Ffrancon and enjoy a round of golf in magnificant surroundings. Tyddyn Sydney Bach is the ideal base for experiencing outdoor and leisure activities in Snowdonia and Anglesey or just enjoying a quiet romantic retreat for two.
|Size:||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedroom|
|Will consider:||Long lets|
|Family friendly?||Not suitable for children|
Suitable for people with restricted mobility
|Notes:||No pets allowed|
No smoking at this property
|Luxuries:||Internet access, DVD player|
|General:||Central heating, TV, CD player, Wi-fi available|
|Standard:||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities:||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms:||1 Bedroom, 1 family bathroom|
|Furniture:||Double beds (1), Dining seating for 2, Lounge seating for 2|
|Other:||Linen and towels provided|
|Outdoors:||Shared garden, Private garden|
Further details indoors:
The open plan carpeted lounge area has modern storage heaters, two easy chairs with cushions and coffee table with brass table lamps, 32" LCD TV and dvd player.
The bedroom area has a hand-made pine bed with wooden drawers underneath has a memory foam mattress, pine wardrobe and pine chest of drawers/dressing table with mirrors and hairdryer. Bed linen is provided.
The open plan fitted kitchen/dining area is fully equipped including a dishwasher, fridge freezer, combination microwave grill oven, gas hob and extractor hood, with table linen, crockery, cutlery and glassware.
Towels and bath mats are provided in the bathroom
Tyddyn Sydney Bach is well-equipped from vacuum cleaner and ironing board through to Slowcooker and egg timer.
Tyddyn Sydney Bach has under-floor heating in the bathroom and kitchen
Further details outdoors:
Tyddyn Sydney Bach is set in the 3 acre secluded grounds of a larger cottage. It has its own private patio complete with garden furniture and parasol set between scented screens of Honeysuckle and Jasmine. There is a carport cover for bicycles beside Tyddyn Sydney Bach and a hosepipe tap for cleaning muddy boots. The grounds have a relaxing fountain and water fall feature which are lit up in the evening. There is pedestrian access into the grounds with an electrically operated gate for vehicles and shared parking with Tyddyn Sydney Bach having its own dedicated parking space. Access to Tyddyn Sydney Bach is via a stepping stone path through the garden.
Tyddyn Sydney Bach has a Washer Dryer machine,
Tyddyn Sydney Bach does have Internet Access but it is a country service.
Tyddyn Sydney Bach has under-floor heating in the bathroom and kitchen
Terms and Conditions for Tyddyn Sydney Bach
1.You have seven days to confirm your booking by paying the non returnable deposit of 25% of the holiday cost.
2.The payment of the balance of 75% for your holiday accommodation booking is due no later than one calendar month before start date.
3.Bookings less than one month in advance are payable in full at the time of booking.
4.Payments should be made in Pounds Sterling by Cheque, Bank Draft, Money Transfer or PayPal. We are able to accept payment via PayPal. A PayPal account is not necessary. Western Union and other similar methods of payment will not be accepted.
5.We regret that the accommodation may not be occupied until full payment has been received and funds have been cleared.
6.If the deposit or balance is not paid by the due date we reserve the right to accept alternative bookings.
7.We recommend that you have holiday insurance to cover any unforeseen circumstances.
8.In the event of cancellation –
Please notify us as soon as possible. However, the following charges apply:
i.More than one month – loss of deposit only
ii.Less than one month before start of holiday – loss of full cost of the holiday
9.If, for any reason, that Tyddyn Sydney Bach is no longer available for the term of the letting, all monies received by us will be refunded in full, and there will be no further liability on us.
10.A Damage and Cleaning Bond of £50 is payable on arrival at Tyddyn Sydney Bach which will be returned following satisfactory inspection.
11.We regret that we are unable to accept Pets.
12.Tyddyn Sydney Bach is strictly No Smoking only.
Our Assurance to You
1.Tyddyn Sydney Bach will be available in a clean and tidy condition with its contents and equipment in good working order.
2.The description of the cottage and its facilities has been made in good faith.
3.Towels, bedding and table linen are provided.
4.Gas and electricity are included
5.There is on-site car parking.
6.Guests are welcomed from 3.00 pm on the day of arrival, but we ask that you provide an estimate of your expected time of arrival.
Your Assurance to Us
1.On the day of departure guests are required to vacate Tyddyn Sydney Bach by 10.00 am.
2.At the end of your holiday you must ensure Tyddyn Sydney Bach is returned, as found, in a clean and tidy condition with its contents and equipment in good condition and in working order.
3.Tyddyn Sydney Bach is a romantic studio cottage for two people only. The grounds are not suitable for toddlers or small children.
The North Wales / Snowdonia/Gwynedd region
North Wales boasts unbelievably stunning scenery from the top of the Snowdon Mountain range (3,560ft 1085m) which you can walk to on several tracks or ride to on the Snowdon Mountain Railway to view the magnificent centrepiece of the Snowdonia National Park from the summit. With breathtaking views of the neighbouring peaks, ancient woodlands and moorlands, down to the wooded valleys, still lakes and rushing rivers leading to a stunning coastline.
The shoreline varies from the gentle Victorian style seaside beach of Llandudno to the rocky crags at South stack in Holyhead, the Italianate village of Portmeirion to the bustling University City of Bangor. There are excellent water pursuits in the Menai Strait and the National Watersports Centre at Plas Menai, as well as white water rafting.
There are an incredible range of outdoor pursuits such as climbing, walking, horse riding, cycling, mountain biking, golfing, fishing and bird watching in Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Special Areas for Conservation and Sites of Special Scientific Interest.
But equally North Wales is home to some of the National Trust's greatest treasures including Penrhyn castle, Plas Newydd and Bodnant Gardens; World Heritage Sites of Beaumaris, Caernarfon, Conwy and Harlech; and probably the greatest density of preserved railway including the Welsh Highland Railway and the Ffestiniog Railway .
The great feats of 19th Century Engineering of the iconic Britannia and Menai Suspension Bridges spanning the Menai Straits, Conwy Suspension Bridge and the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct .
Tyddyn Sydney Bach just off junction 9 of the A55 is the ideal base for exploring and experiencing culture, history, industrial archaeology and the widest possible range of outdoor and leisure pursuits.
The Bangor - Wales / Treborth area
Tyddyn Sydney Bach is located in the secluded grounds of a larger cottage in the village of Treborth, just on the outskirts of the University City of Bangor, between the internationally famous Britannia and Menai Bridges crossing to Anglesey. Treborth is as old as the Faenol Estate, which dates from Tudor times.
Treborth means a homestead and a ferry and was probably associated with one of the many ferries crossing the Straits. In the 19th century it became the site of one of the greatest works of engineering of the railway age and home to the hundreds of workers and their families.
Five minutes walk from Tyddyn Sydney Bach takes you to one of the Britannia Bridge Lions and a little further on to some of the last relics of the original tubular bridge and its construction. Five minutes walk in the other direction takes you to the Treborth driving range and 9 hole golf course
Treborth is on the outskirts of the small but lively University City of Bangor with her restored Victorian Pier, Port Penrhyn and beautiful Cathedral where Deiniol founded his monastic community in 525 AD. Art and local artifacts are on display in Gwynedd Museum and Gallery. Leisure facilities include a swimming pool complete with diving boards and water slide, all-weather 5-a-side and grass playing fields, Bowling Green and a shopping street which is reputed to be the longest High Street in Wales.
Bangor is a friendly coastal city with unique character and landscape which boasts its own mountain and panoramic views of the sea. Bangor Mountain is home to the St. Deiniol Golf Club designed by James Braid, the famous golf architect and Open Champion. In the City itself there are nature and heritage trails linking the City’s green spaces with its rich-architectural heritage.
Nearby the National Trust’s properties of Penrhyn castle, a Neo-Norman revival mansion, which has stunning views, a Victorian walled garden, collection of dolls and toys, steam engines and great master paintings and Plas Newydd with its collection of Whistler’s work where the fascinating and intriguing mural can be seen in the dining room should not be missed neither should the World Heritage Site of Edward 1 castles at Beaumaris, Caernarfon, and Conwy.
Bangor is twinned with Soest in Westphalia, Germany and enjoys frequent exchanges between Soest and Bangor Citizens.
Tyddyn Sydney Bach just off junction 9 of the A55 is the ideal base for exploring and experiencing culture, history, outdoor and leisure pursuits
How to get there
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By Air to Anglesey and Main UK airports.
Manchester and Liverpool John Lennon are the closest International Airports both with car hire facilities, both about 1.5 hours drive from Tyddyn Sydney Bach. The rail link from Manchester Airport Terminal is via Crewe or Chester to North Wales. From Liverpool by public transport travel is via bus and train connection to Chester and then by train to Bangor Station.
A weekday service flies between Cardiff and RAF Valley operated by Manx2. A terminal building has been constructed with future plans to offer flights to other destinations such as Dublin.
The North Wales Coast Road to Anglesey. A55.
The A55 Coast Road and the main London Holyhead Railway skirt the sea for some of the journey from Chester. The views are stunning either from the car or the train.
Motorway Links across the UK to North Wales.
UK motorway links from the North, South and East get you to Chester or Shrewsbury for the A5 and A55 North Wales Roads. The A5 traditional historic route built by Thomas Telford giving fabulous countryside and mountain views . The A55 Coast Road with scenic sea and countryside views across to North Wales. The road has fast access to and from the M56 and M6. Road routes to Anglesey are Motorway or Dual Carriageway from all quarters of the UK.
Tyddyn Sydney Bach is just off Junction 9 of the A55, after the junction with the A5 and A55 at Llandegai just outside Bangor.
Traffic alerts and up to the minute information on the Welsh roads can be found at Traffic Wales
Trains Services to North Wales.
Direct trains from London Euston to Holyhead can get you to Bangor Station in less than 4 hours, with just 5 minutes by taxi to Tyddyn Sydney Bach. All London Holyhead trains call at Crewe and Chester. The central west coast hub at Crewe provides links to many parts of the United Kingdom. and Chester provides links to Manchester and Merseyside. 'Train timetables' give all UK National rail routes and times.
By Sea from Ireland
Irish Ferries and Stena Line both run fast catamarans and conventional ferries across the Irish Sea between Dublin to Holyhead port. Ferries depart from Port of Dun Laoghaire and the city Port of Dublin. Both can be reached by road or train. Tyddyn Sydney Bach can be reached by train from either Bangor or Llanfair PG Stations or by car, which can be hired at Holyhead Port.
Activities near Bangor - Wales
Golf less than 15 mins walk
Rural / countryside retreats
Beach or lakeside relaxation
26 Mar 2013
We spent a superb week in the cottage in Bangor. Completely relaxing, trouble free, very helpful, and kind, friendly, clean, comfortable, quiet, well equipped, reasonably priced, knowlegable,... more
24 Mar 2013
The cottage is very cosy, comfortable and furnished to a high standard. It stands apart from the main house and you feel entirely private; yet nevertheless the owner, Les, is warm and welcoming,... more
24 Mar 2013
Tyddyn Sydney Bach is a lovely little cottage which is very comfortable and very well equipped. It's a great base from which to explore the beautiful area of Anglesey and North Wales. We have enjoyed a very relaxing holiday and hope to return sometime.
|Rental prices originally quoted in: British £||Convert to:|
|Prices for group size 2|
|Period||From||To||Weekly||Nightly rate|| Minimum |
|Autumn||3 Nov 12||22 Dec 12||£ 240||£ 65||£ 65||3 Nights|
|Christmas and New Year||22 Dec 12||5 Jan 13||£ 390||-||-||1 Week|
|Winter||5 Jan 13||23 Mar 13||£ 250||£ 65||£ 65||3 Nights|
|Early Easter||23 Mar 13||30 Mar 13||£ 280||-||-||1 Week|
|Easter||30 Mar 13||6 Apr 13||£ 310||-||-||1 Week|
|Late Easter||6 Apr 13||13 Apr 13||£ 290||-||-||1 Week|
|Spring Half Term||13 Apr 13||4 May 13||£ 260||-||-||1 Week|
|Early Spring||4 May 13||25 May 13||£ 270||-||-||1 Week|
|Spring Bank Holiday||25 May 13||1 Jun 13||£ 370||-||-||1 Week|
|Late Spring||1 Jun 13||22 Jun 13||£ 285||-||-||1 Week|
|Early Summer||22 Jun 13||20 Jul 13||£ 295||-||-||1 Week|
|Summer||20 Jul 13||31 Aug 13||£ 430||-||-||1 Week|
|Late Summer||31 Aug 13||21 Sep 13||£ 295||-||-||1 Week|
|Indian Summer||21 Sep 13||19 Oct 13||£ 285||-||-||1 Week|
|Autumn Half Term||19 Oct 13||2 Nov 13||£ 295||-||-||1 Week|
|Autumn||2 Nov 13||21 Dec 13||£ 250||£ 65||£ 65||3 Nights|
|Christmas & New Year||21 Dec 13||4 Jan 14||£ 390||-||-||1 Week|
The property's weekend rates apply to: Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights
NB: Prices may be subject to change at the advertiser's discretion.
The rates are all inclusive, there are no additional supplements.
But not inclusive of the refundable £50 Damage and Cleaning Bond
Weekend and Midweek breaks are available between October and March (not during school holidays)
Special Offer: £32 per person per night based on 2 people sharing (minimum 3 nights)
Extra Special offer £15 per person per additional night based on 2 people sharing.Book
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