This attractive three bedroom Welsh stone terraced cottage with its interior decor created by the local company Seld Design, is ideally situated on the edge of this beautiful village just a minutes' walk from the centre, harbour and beach. With the Penhelig Arms Hotel close by and its wide selection of beers, wine and restaurant makes this cottage the obvious choice to stay. If a quality holiday is what you are after then look no further!
The property has gas central heating on three floors, with a log burner for those cosy winter nights, after a stroll along the beach; it is both warm and very comfortable with ample seating on two leather sofas with throws and cushions to accommodate all. For those rainy days why not take advantage of Bose speaker. There is also a good selection of board games to keep the family entertained. The kitchen is fully equipped with those special extras to give you time to relax so you can maximise the stay of your holiday. Also provided for the duration of your stay are Toni & Guy hairdryer and straighteners and quality towels, comfortable bedding and linen all from the White Company, helping you to keep you luggage to a minimum.
For those summer evenings take a walk up the steps to the decking area with BBQ table and chairs.
|Size||Sleeps up to 5, 3 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|Luxuries||Log fire, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 5|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
Kitchen fully equipped with cutlery crockery and pans. Plasticware is provided for your safety when the BBQ is in use on the decking area.
Special extras being the slow cooker is provided so you can stay out for the day, may we suggest you visit the beautiful Dolgoch Waterfalls and you can then return to a home cooked meal,
Breville toastie maker provided to make hot sandwiches NB make sure you remember to pack your fillings.
Contemporary living room, 2 comfortable sofas. 32" television, log burner. Fitted wooden shutters all the comfort and relaxation you would expect.
Quality towels are provided please ensure these stay in the house and you bring your own beach towels along for outside use.
Master Bedroom with double bed, side tables, 2 lamps, hairdryer and straighteners,
Bedroom 2/ 2 Single beds, single wardrobe, side table, lamp and plenty of storage.
Middle landing rocking chair
Bedroom 3 large Ikea day bed with pullout bed.
Cot and Highchair also provided upon request - please note we do not supply bedding
Fully equipped main bathroom with bath and electric shower.
|Further details outdoors|
There is a Car Park opposite the cottage, its close proximity proving very useful for loading/unloading and for parking during your stay - a permit is provided for both Aberdyfi's pay and display Car Park. Just 200m from the sea, the cottage is near the pretty local park with superb views of the bay, a small Cambrian Railway 'halt' and the Old Roman Road providing wonderful The property is adjacent to the Penhelig pay and display car park ticket provided and can be used in any of the local car parks. Please remember to leave ticket.
Huge decked area, table with chairs, lighting and a wide variety of lovely shrubs and trees, and on the top level a flat area with garden shed, log store and BBQ adjacent to kitchen level. NB Please be aware there are steep steps in and around the cottage with limited hand rails, these are not suitable for children to play on unsupervised or for the elderly and disabled. There is a light outside to switch on for upstairs decking.
Washing machine is in the outside shed, please stick to 30 minute wash cycle.
Prices are in GBP per week. A 25% deposit will be required at the time of booking with the remainder due 6 weeks prior to stay. Accidental damage deposit of 200 GBP is payable by cheque direct to Mrs J Chesworth at the time of booking with full refund after final check from our Management Company providing no damage has been noted. Please note your cheque WILL NOT be cashed unless any damage has been reported.
The lovely Snowdonia National Park in North Wales has the most breathtaking mountain scenery, crystal lakes and cascading waterfalls. You can climb Snowdon, at 1085m is Wales’ highest mountain. You could also travel to the summit in style on the mountain railway.
We invite you to come and experience the charm and tranquility of this ancient little seaport. This quaint little village is unspoilt with miles of clean golden sand and sheltered dunes. This is always a favourite with children whether they be innocently paddling, building sandcastles or crabbing off the jetty.
In the heart of the village you can browse the speacial boutiques and galleries and dine in some fantastic restaurants and inns. Alternatively if you are stressed out by work you can just come here to relax and enjoy the idyllic surroundings which this beautiful village poses. Once you have been to this breath taking village you promise you that you will want to return again.
- Walking, climbing and cycling paths around the village and in the Snowdonia foothills.
- It is the perfect location for artisits with the outstanding views.
- Shopaholics have plenty to keep themselves busy with the specialist shops in the local streets. Check out Seld for your local gorgeous gifts and home interiors.
- Enjoy a round of golf at Aberdyfi's 18 hole championship links course, one of the best in Wales.
- Clay pigeon shooting, quad biking and horse riding is all available nearby.
- Wind surfing, kite surfing and extreme sports such as river canyoning.
- Fishing, sea, fly and coarse.
- Welsh crafts and heritage sites, such as King Arthur's Labyrinth and Meirion Mill, are only a short drive away.
- History lovers can visit stately homes and medieval castles, ruined abbeys and remote churches.
- The Talyllyn Railway, the first preserved steam railway in the world, runs nearby through the glorious countryside passing the magnificent Dolgoch Waterfalls.