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Apartment | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 5
5* pretty converted stone barn located on our working organic farm. Tranquil country setting nestled between the sea & mountains on the West Coast of Snowdonia National Park. Comfortable & superbly equipped with exposed beams and views! Both bedrooms have en-suite facilities. Ideal location for exploring Snowdonia and North Wales.
• Sleeps 4 (plus cot) in one double and one twin bedroom
• Situated on 1st floor, accessed by external stone steps
• Located on a working organic farm
• Wi-Fi / Broadband (own equipment required)
• I Dock
* Full Kitchen - fridge, freezer, dishwaser, microwave, gas cooker
• Lounge - LCD TV, DVD player, music system, electric fire, leather suite
• En-suite bathrooms
• Central Heating
• Shared laundry room
• Shared drying room
• Shared games barn
• Shared BBQ / Picnic Area
• Cots & Highchairs available
• Towels & bedding provided
• Car park
• No smoking policy
• Sorry no pets
• Private footpath to beach (level walk)
• Bus stop ½ mile away
• Train station 1 mile away (level walk)
• 2 pubs (serving food) within walking distance
• Village shops 1 mile away
• Daflod is family owned & run. Since we are local we deal with our guests directly - from key exchanges to cleaning and anything in between!
• Walkers & Cyclists welcome
|Size||Sleeps up to 5, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Dyffryn Ardudwy 2 km|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||2 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Liverpool 160 km, Nearest railway: Dyffryn Ardudwy 1 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, Video player, CD player, Telephone, Pool or snooker table, Table tennis, Games room, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 En suites|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 5, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Shared garden, BBQ, Climbing frame, Swing set|
About this location
The Gwynedd region
The North Wales region
Snowdonia is an area of outstanding natural beauty where the mountains slope down to the sea providing spectacular picturesque scenery.
Here in Snowdonia you will not be short of things to do and see, whether it is activity and adventure you are looking for the opportunity to relax and unwind. With a fantastic variety of all year round outdoor and indoor activities on offer there is something for everyone whatever the weather.
Ideally located for exploring the many delights Snowdonia and North Wales have to offer. On the doorstep you will find a sandy beach, mountain & coastal walks, golf course, theatre, swimming pool, castle, slate cavern, cycle paths, watersports and much much more!
The area boasts stretches of beautiful award winning clean & safe beaches, perfect for swimmers, sunbathers or a leisurely stroll. You are spoilt for choice and variety!
The beach can be assessed along a private path, it is a level walk but takes about 20 mins. Alternatively you can take a 5 minute drive to Bennar Beach where there is car park and boarded walk over the sand dunes.
Gentle riverside, forest and coastal walks are plentiful for those looking for a leisurely stroll with many being suitable for taking a pushchair along.
The numerous steam trains in the area provide an ideal means of enjoying the stunning Snowdonia scenery. A great treat for children and train enthusiasts.
History & Heritage
An insight into the area's history and heritage can be sought through the wealth of ancient castles, historic houses and monuments together with the underground experiences at the slate caverns.
The diversity of Snowdonia's landscape means there is an abundance of wildlife to be spotted while you are out and about, from dolphins to rare birds and plants.
Snowdonia is home to some of the most challenging and spectacular courses in Wales. Royal St David's Golf Course in Harlech, just a 5 minute
Activity & Adventure
For those looking for some action there is hill walking, mountain climbing, whitewater rafting, canoeing, mountain biking, rock climbing, absailing, kayaking, dry slope skiing and much much more!
Scenic bike rides are plentiful, offering both challenging mountain and forest tracks and family friendly cycleways.
The diverse landscape offers some of the most exciting and pleasurable fishing in the country. With lake fishing, river fishing, shore and sea fishing on offer you have plenty of choice
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7 Nov 2014
"A wonderful cottage, caring owners, great location and great for children"
My sister, myself and my two daughters aged 9 and 11 had a very enjoyable stay. Jane and John were very helpful, caring lovely owners. The girls used the Games room which was very well equipped. Th… More
6 Jun 2013
"A wonderful place and great for children."
We had an excellent stay at Daflod. A very comfortable apartment with great facilities. Would definitely go back. Owners very friendly and helpful.… More
7 Apr 2012
"Perfect for a family break in Wales"
Cannot highly recommend Dafold enough. We stayed for 7 nights the week just before Easter 2012. The location was perfect. Lovely view from our bedroom & living room windows of the sheep and their young lambs out on the field was a delight. Round the other side was the cow shed, which was also great to watch the cows feeding. It was a brilliant experience for our family to stay on a working farm.
We were about an hour's walk from the beach, going across the fields. Would be tricky for very young children, but ours are 10 & 7, and were fine. They loved the sand dunes, and the beach was lovely. Soft sand and very clean, hardly any litter at all.
It's a great location also because we had so much to do nearby over the week, including the Snowdon Mountain Railway, Portmerion, Greenwood Forest Park (absolute must for the kids, they loved it), and Harlech Castle.
Weren't too inspired by the pub food nearby. Best one was Ty Mawr, Llanbedr. Plus we found Ebinezer's Thai Restaurant in Barmouth (which had only just opened as an evening restaurant 3 days ago) was excellent. It's also a coffee shop & ethic arts & crafts shop during the day. Great atmosphere, wonderful food, plus hospitality was great.
The accommodation itself was brilliant. Immaculately clean, well kept, very comfortable, well appointed, comfy beds. Plus everything you need is provided, dishwasher tabs, toilet paper, tea, coffee... Even milk, cheese, butter & delicious malt cake. Wi-fi strength was excellent. Children loved the games room.
On the whole 11 out of 10. If you are looking for a perfect family break in Wales, you can't do better than this. Thank you to Heather for making it so welcoming for us.
21 Mar 2012
"Lovely, Relaxing Break"
My husband and I stayed for a relaxing 3 night break in Daflod. The cottage was gorgeous, very cosy and spotlessly clean. It has everything you could possibly want. A real home from home and so relaxing. Heather was really helpful and I will definitely recommend to family and friends.
10 Jul 2011
"Comfortable family accomodation"
We (2 adults, two children of 13 and 11) enjoyed a great week in the barns in June 2011.There is everything you could need from a self catering accomodation: It´s spotless clean, there is a lot of ro… More
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