House | 5 bedrooms | sleeps 8

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car not necessary
  • Pets welcome

CELTIC HOUSE is a superb large house directly overlooking the Dyfi estuary with magnificent uninterrupted views right out to sea. Situated near the centre of the village we are close to the shops, restaurants and pubs.

Luxury carpeted throughout CELTIC HOUSE has two double bedrooms and two twin rooms. It can sleep up to eight people comfortably. There are two bathrooms with electric showers and an additional toilet.

The huge lounge has plenty of settees, armchairs and seating for everyone. There is a TV with Freeview, DVD and CD player.

In the newly fitted kitchen there is a gas hob and oven, large fridge freezer, microwave and dishwasher. There is also a laundry room with washing machine and tumble dryer.

The tariff includes Central heating, gas, electricity and all bed linen. We now provide towels for each guest. Car parking permits are also provided. There is free WiFi internet access. We can also supply a cot and high chair free of charge. Short breaks are available in the off peak season. We also provide discounts for smaller groups.

Our guests say “Great house in a great place” “Wonderful house wonderful place” “I will never forget the views”.

Size Sleeps up to 8, 5 bedrooms
Will consider Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest travel links Nearest railway: Aberdovey 1 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player, Sea view
General Central heating, TV, Video player, CD player, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms
Furniture Single beds (4), Double beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 8
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Access Parking

The North Wales region

Welcome to Aberdovey

Aberdyfi is a special place and those of us lucky enough to live here know it. But it is not a secret and we invite you to come and experience the charm and tranquility of this ancient little seaport.

One of the most beautiful rivers in Wales, the Dyfi, reaches the sea here. It is a wide, calm estuary with hills on both banks and an expanse of sky which changes with the seasons. The colours almost defy description - vibrant turquoise and blue in summer, pure white snow on green hilltops in winter, the pale lemon sun of spring and fiery red sunsets in autumn. It is an artists’ paradise.

Whatever your style of recreation, Aberdyfi has something to offer, though not funfairs nor nightclubs!

The village is unspoilt with miles of clean golden sand and sheltered dunes. For children we offer innocent fun -paddling, building sandcastles and crabbing off the jetty.

There are activities for all ages, some more strenuous than others. But the main thing about Aberdyfi is the magic of the village itself. Quaint old streets rise up to spectacular viewpoints. Aberdyfi lies within Snowdonia National Park, famous for its majestic mountain scenery. In the heart of the village you can enjoy browsing in specialist boutiques and art galleries or dine in exceptional inns and restaurants. Or you can simply sit in this idyllic setting and relax. If you are stressed out by work or motorway jams Aberdyfi offers the perfect break. We even get good weather! The estuary location means mild winters and a lot less rain than other parts of Wales.

You will not forget your first sight of Aberdyfi as you turn a bend on the road or look out of the train window and see our village nestling by the sparkling water. We hope you will come and, if you do, we promise that you will return time and time again.

Aberdovey

Visit Aberdyfi to enjoy...

• Walking, climbing and cycling on paths around the village and in the Snowdonia foothills. Our local mountain, Cader Idris has spectacular scenery not to be missed.

• Outstanding views make Aberdyfi a perfect place for artists. Examine the work of local artists in their gallery.

• Shopaholics may enjoy browsing in Aberdyfi’s specialist shops and in local street markets at Machynlleth and Tywyn.

• Golf at Aberdyfi’s 18 hole championship links course, one of the best in Wales. Croquet, tennis, putting and bowls are all available in the village and there is a football pitch. Try clay pigeon shooting and horse riding nearby.

• Wind surfing or kite surfing and extreme sports such as river canyoning or watch the worlds best at the British Windsurfing Championship in June.

• Fishing, sea, fly and coarse.

• Welsh crafts and heritage sites, such as King Arthur’s Labyrinth and Meirion Mill, are a short drive away.

• The Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT), just 12 miles from Aberdyfi, aims to increase environmental awareness and is world renowned.

• History lovers can visit stately homes and medieval castles, including atmospheric Castell y Bere, and impressive Harlech and Caernarfon. Ruined abbeys, remote little churches, slate quarries and silver mines provide an insight into the past.

• Birdwatching attracts many visitors to the RSPB site across the Dyfi estuary at Ynys-hir and the Dyfi Osprey project just 10 miles away while Bwlch yr Arvan boasts a red kite feeding centre. The remote unspoilt hills are a haven for birds of prey, and Bird Rock is a unique inland site for nesting cormorants.

• The Talyllyn Railway, the first preserved steam railway in the world, runs nearby through glorious countryside passing the magnificent Dolgoch Waterfalls. Other steam trains run at Corris, the Vale of Rheidol, Welsh Highland railway and Ffestiniog.