This cosy North Wales single storey cottage consists of an open plan lounge with a dining and kitchen area. The cottage has a patio area, garden and extensive lawned areas. There is ample free parking space and guests have full use of the garden furniture and barbecue set.
The Cottage is close to Llanddwyn Island, Anglesey Coastal Path, Beaumaris and Caernarfon Castles, the cottage offers an ideal base to explore the Isle of Anglesey and Snowdonia in North Wales.
Weekly lets from £350 / Short breaks from £140
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Llanddwyn Beach 16 km|
|Access||Car advised, Wheelchair users|
|Nearest Amenities||1.4 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Liverpool 143 km, Nearest railway: Llanfairpwll 5.6 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
|Luxuries||Sauna, Log fire, Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, Table tennis, Games room, Wi-Fi available|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms of which 4 Family bathrooms and 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (2), Single beds (6), Cots (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Private garden, BBQ|
|Access||Wheelchair users, Secure parking|
|Further details indoors|
This large group accommodation, Snowdonia, has a well equipped kitchen and dining area with new combined Aga / Electric cooker. Antique and modern furnishings/fittings. Dishwasher, microwave, double sink, bread making appliance. Welsh dresser. Parquet flooring throughout.
Dining room with heavy duty custom built oak dining table, with 18 matching chairs, next to the kitchen.
Sitting room 1 with large, robust, comfortable leather chairs, large screen TV, log burner and parquet flooring. Picture window and French doors for you to enjoy the expansive views surrounding this impressive Dolgellau self catering house.
Sitting room 2 with bay window and garden views, the newly decorated room is elegantly furnished in traditional style and with some antique furniture.
Porch - main entrance with boot rack and wc
Ground floor suite for ground floor living - perfect for guests with limited mobility. Wooden flooring except in the newly created, tiled wet room. A double bedroom with new side tables, lamps and hanging space. A brick fireplace adds character and homely feel. The open living area is provided with seating, large screen TV on a chest of drawers complete with antique bureau.
Upstairs - First Floor
Bedroom 2 - Newly refurbished with double bed, goose down duvet, washbasin, antique furniture to include dressing table and wardrobe, mirror and side tables with lamps.
Bathroom - Completely refurbished, new white suite comprising wc and shower, wash hand basin and heated towel rail. Wooden flooring.
Bedroom 3 - Smaller room with double bed, and goose down duvet, a bedside table and lamp. New carpet, curtains, built in antique wardrobe and chair.
Bedroom 4 - Stylish newly created muted decor, original oak beams. New carpet and curtains. Zip and link king sized bed that can be converted to twin beds on request. Wash hand basin, bedside tables with lamps. Large wardrobe with drawers.
Attractive period designed wc.
Bedroom 5 - Large brightly designed room with garden view. King sized bed, zip and linked for converting to twin beds. Goose down duvet. Side tables and lamps, new curtains and carpet.
Bathroom - Adjoining the bedroom, stunningly designed roll topped bath, centrally located in the room with garden view. Slim line wash basin and storage in an extensive cupboard with drawers. Wooden floor
Shower room with wc - Pedestal wash basin, powerful shower, wc and tiled floor – all white. Heated towel rail.
Bedroom 6 - The largest of the bedrooms with views of farmland and garden surrounding this group accommodation, Snowdonia. Design befits the exterior, bringing the 'outside in'. Wooden flooring. Cast iron fire place with slate hearth. King sized / twin bedroom with goose down duvet. Reading lights located either side of bed side table/cabinet flanking the bed. Built in antique wardrobe.
Bathroom - All white suite comprising roll topped bath, wc, pedestal wash basin, heated towel rail, antique wash stand containing a jug and basin. Wooden floor.
Bedroom 7 - Double bed, goose down duvet, mainly modern furnishings and fittings to include two bedside tables and lamps and a hanging clothes rail. Wooden floor.
Bedroom 8 - Especially designed with children in mind. Brightly decorated with yellow walls and mustard coloured curtains. Two 'shorty' bunk beds, neatly located within the room opposite a neat chest of drawers. Wooden flooring.
|Further details outdoors|
Garden & Facilities on site
Providing seclusion, privacy, space and views, the garden is large and secluded, private yet with intriguing areas that provide the visitor with ample space to walk and explore, whatever the season.
Dol Adda also has an external complex for guests' exclusive use. This includes...
1) Large media / games room with 50-inch flat-screen for cinema-style viewing and table tennis.
2) Separate sauna facility, complete with shower and seating area.
There is also a 'wild swimming pool' - a fresh water unheated pool fed by mountain stream water in a lovely spot at the bottom of the garden.
Bed linen, hand and bath towels included
Heating and electricity included. A biomass boiler is fed with spent timber creating a renewable energy source to provide heating and hot water for this self-catering house near Dolgellau.
Logs provided for log burners/open fire
Guests are treated to a welcome hamper and honesty larder comprising some Fair Trade, organic and locally sourced products. Drinking water is purified from a mountain source.
Cot and high chair provided
Pets welcome at £20 per pet (maximum of 2)
Plenty of parking space.
Anglesey is a place where you can get away from it all. Relax, enjoy the hospitality and lose yourself in the island's winding lanes or on its spectacular coast.
Anglesey boasts 27 award winning beaches, six of them attracting the coveted Blue Flag award. Everyone has his or her favourite beach. The sweeping bays of Newborough, Red Wharf, Cemaes and Lligwy are impressive.Along the west coast you will find small postcard inlets, Borthwen or Porth Trecastell for instance, as well as the world class surfing destination of Rhosneigr. Anglesey becomes an extremely popular destination during the summer months, but such is the abundance of coves and sand, your only company might still be the seagulls, porpoises and a good book.
What is particularly appealing to families is that the beaches are clean. There are six Blue flag beaches, 13 Green Coast Award beaches, and seven Rural Seaside Award beaches. It means that in terms of cleanliness and the purity of water, these beaches far surpass the mandatory guidelines. Please use them….and, please, take your litter home and respect the next visitor.
This Cottage is situated in a lovely rural spot, 1 mile from Llanfairpwll on the Isle of Anglesey. The village of Llanfairpwll, or in full, Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, has the longest place name in Britain. It translates to: St Mary's Church by the white hazel pool, near the fierce whirlpool with the church of St Tysilio by the red cave.
The cottage offers an ideal base for visiting a range of fascinating local attractions and the castles of Beaumaris in Anglesey and Caernarfon on the mainland are both nearby. Seek out the glorious Blue Flag beaches, enjoy Anglesey's 125 mile coastal path or trek up the famous Snowdon Mountain. Nearby Llanddwyn Island and beach is steeped in history and legend and is closely associated with the Patron Saint for lovers in Wales, Saint Dwynwen.
Other attractions in Anglesey include the Copper Mountain with its surreal lunar landscape, Anglesey Oyster Festival in October and Bryn Celli Ddu's well preserved stone-age burial chamber near Llanddaniel Fab. Take a tour around Llynnon Mill - the only working Wind Mill in Wales and visit Oriel Tegfryn Art Gallery, the longest established Gallery in Wales.
For younger visitors Pili Palas' butterfly centre offers a magical experience and also features birds, snakes and other exotic species. Anglesey Sea Zoo, Wales' biggest aquarium offers an amazing world of marine life, shipwrecks and shark pool grids. The short bridge crossing to mainland North Wales offers even more family attractions including Glasfryn Park with karting, bowling, quad biking etc and Hwylfan Fun Centre, North Wales' largest indoor fun centre.