Rhedyn Holiday Cottage , Mynytho
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Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
We are situated only 3 miles from the popular holiday village of Abersoch, we have been letting the cottage and had the touring caravan site for nearly 50 years, and we still have customers coming back every year to this day. Some of our customers were children I used to play with as I grew up!
A convenient tranquil location within short distance of local amenities like the Leisure Centre in Pwllheli, only 7 miles away, a fun center in Caernarfon, less than an hours drive away, and the stunning views of the Lleyn Peninsula only a look through your window away.
We have free Wi-fi all over, so you will have no problem keeping in touch, dogs are welcome, there is an enclosed area in front of the cottage, so they will be safe to run free, lots of local paths for long or short walks where you can enjoy some stunning views.
PLEASE NOTE WE TAKE BOOKINGS FROM SATURDAYS TO SATURDAYS
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Llanbedrog 3 km|
|Nearest Amenities||1.5 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||TV, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Outdoors||Private garden, BBQ|
The Gwynedd region
Llŷn is unmistakeable in so many ways. You can't miss it on the map – it's that crooked finger of land that points forcefully into the Irish Sea.
It also has a distinct identity as a bastion of Celtic history and heritage and stronghold of Welsh culture and language.
Then there's the look of the place – it's stunning. Llŷn is a protected 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' on the strength of its exceptional coastline of coves, headlands, beaches and bays rich in wildlife.
They're all interlinked by the Llŷn Coastal Path (now part of the all-Wales Coast Path).
Land's end at its most idyllic. This fishing village was the last stop for pilgrims on the way to Ynys Enlli, a National Nature Reserve renowned internationally for its birdlife. Celebrated poet RS Thomas lived in a cottage within the beautiful grounds of Plas yn Rhiw, a small National Trust manor house. Be prepared to get blown away by the awesome coastal views from Mynydd Mawr headland.
Popular – and very fashionable – seaside resort and sailing/watersports centre, with fine beaches and sheltered harbour. Busy programme of sailing events plus Wakestock, Europe's largest wakeboard music festival (held in July). Busy bistro life too, plus a good choice of accommodation and attractions including pony trekking, boat trips and crafts centre. Abersoch is also a base for six circular walks ranging from under a mile to over nine miles.
Charming little seaside village with superb beach and possibly the most famous – certainly the most photogenic – line of beach huts in Wales. Home to Oriel Plas Glyn-y-Weddw, a leading arts centre and gallery. Well located for walking.
Village set in a landscape full of interest. On Yr Eifl mountains there's Tre'r Ceiri, an astonishingly well-preserved prehistoric village occupied until about 2,000 years ago. Nant Gwrtheyrn, the Welsh Language and Heritage Centre, is nearby.
Popular north coast seaside village with harbour, Maritime Museum and graceful crescent of sand leading to picturesque Porthdinllaen. Its headland golf course is not for the faint hearted – it's like playing off the deck of an aircraft carrier.
How perfect can you get? Not much more than Porthdinllaen, a much-photographed coastal hamlet with quaint houses and waterfront inn set above a beautiful half-moon of sands. Village and beach are owned by the National Trust - access on foot only.
Ll?n's 'capital' fills many roles - seaside resort with fine beach, busy market town with art galleries and very popular sailing and watersports centre with one of the best modern marinas in the UK. Hafan Pwllheli gives access to the inviting sailing waters of Cardigan Bay and the Irish Sea. See the wildlife – seals, seabirds and dolphins – on coastal cruises (contact the Information Centre for details). Excellent leisure centre to keep the kids entertained, along with activity-packed Glasfryn Parc. Penarth Fawr medieval house nearby.
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15 Sep 2014
Probably illegal, exposed wiring hanging over doorways in kitchen. Advertised as having a shower, but this was not a proper shower and was dirty and totally unusable. Constant swarms of unpleasant b… More
This was not the impression you gave us during your stay, if there was a problem you should have brought it directly to us during your stay. The wiring does not 'hang' and is absolutely 'legal'. The shower even though on the small side is perfectly adequate and certainly not dirty, unlike the state the cottage was left in on your departure. As for the flies, it is not uncommon to have flies during the very hot summer days that we had during the time, but there certainly weren't swarms. In 50 years of letting and living in the cottage the ladder has never been a problem and since you did not bring children with you I don't even see why you concerned yourselves with the issue. With regards to the price, admittedly there was a mix up, but you should have communicated this at the time. I do agree though that communication through Tripadvisor is poor and difficult, however our location details are 100% accurate and we are always on-site to welcome our visitors, but even so it seems you didn't appreciate me coming to meet you to the local village to make the end of your journey as easy as possible. In 50 years of letting we have never had such unappreciative visitors.
9 Sep 2014
Set within the heart of the Llyn Peninsula, this cottage is an idyllic retreat away from hustle and bustle of everyday life. Just imagine waking up in the morning looking out to stunning scenery or ju… More
26 Aug 2014
Rhedyn is a quaint cosy cottage set in the beautiful Nanoran valley, prepare yourself for stunning sunsets and picture post card views. Here is the perfect escape from the hum drum of everyday life, s… More
23 Aug 2014
"A lovely break"
Stayed at the cottage recently which was lovely. We were made very welcome by the owners went for some nice walks and even went out on a boat and caught some mackerel which we had on a barbeque in the… More
13 Jul 2014
"home from home"
my husband and I have stayed at The cottage three times. Very quaint, cosy cottage with spectacular views and local walks. Dog friendly and hospitality 10/10. nothing too much trouble. People we have … More
4 Jul 2014
"Little Hidden Paradise"
Stayed on the caravan site in our little tourer for a week, wonderfully quiet place, but not too far from the nearest town. Owners were VERY welcoming, and we spent many an enjoyable evening watching … More