Bwthyn Plas Hafod Cottage
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Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
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Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
Built in 1800's the cottage has been carefully and thoughtfully extended and renovated and furnished to a high standard and recently gained a 5* Grading by Visit Wales. Situated off the beaten track with many original features. Ideal romantic and cosy retreat for couples and families looking for the perfect getaway break or for walking/climbing enthusiasts. Situated in the peaceful hamlet of Nebo above the Nantlle Valleys enjoying spectacular and unforgettable views of the North Wales hills and magnificent mountains, rugged countryside, golden coastlines, the Isle of Anglesey and on clear days even the majestic Wicklow Mountains of Ireland can be seen on the horizon ....
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Check in time:||15:00|
|Check out time:||10:00|
|Nearest beach||Dinas Dinlle - 10 mins|
|Nearest Amenities||3 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Manchester / Liverpool - approx 2hrs, Nearest railway: Bangor - 30 mins|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||TV, CD player, Satellite TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (2), Single beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Private garden, BBQ|
|Access||Secure parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
Original inglenook fireplace with a log burning stove in cosy living area with two 2-seater sofas. Freeview flatscreen TV with intergrated DVD player, CD player. A wide variety of DVDs and books provided. One double bedroom with a 2 door wardrobe and matching bed side cabinets and beautiful furnishings and fixtures. One bedroom with 2 single beds (which can be "zipped and linked" to make a king size bed) and usual furnishings. Quality country style fitted kitchen with dining area, table and seating for 4 persons, to enjoy views through patio doors. Bathroom with instant hot water shower over modern P shaped bath, WC and sink.
|Further details outdoors|
Set in approx 3 acres of land together with the owners hillside farmhouse. Ample parking space. Secure enclosed garden - furniture provided to enjoy the uninterrupted and unforgettable panoramic views. Storage area attached to cottage for bicycles etc. includes tumble dryer.
All linen, bath, hand and kitchen towels provided. Smoking allowed in the garden/outside of the cottage only.
All kindling, logs and coal provided.
The Gwynedd region
The coastline of North Wales is mostly rural with a number of seaside towns lining the coast from Rhyl to Pwllheli. Scattered among them are medieval castles built by Edward I. Many of these castles are remarkably well preserved, none more so than the Caernarfon Castle where the investiture of Prince Charles took place. Dinas Dinlle beach is an award wining beach with miles of sand and dunes. The Snowdonia National Park, founded in 1951, was the first to be designated in Wales with mighty Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa), Wales highest mountain, at 3560ft (1085m), dominating northern Snowdonia and being the most climbed mountain in Britain. Bardsey Island (Ynys Enlli) lays just off the tip of the Lleyn Peninsula - a site of pilgrimage for Christians through the ages.
Caernarfon, Porthmadog, Criccieth & Pwllheli in the Lleyn Peninsula are all within easy reach of the hamlet of Nebo with a varied and interesting mix of activities and attractions on offer - from boat trips to interesting historical tours, from mines to beaches, Roman Forts and historical Castles, mountain walks to steam railways.
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2 Jun 2015
"Excellent, lovely situation, value for money cosy cottage"
we arrived to a lovely cottage set on hill with excellent views, remote but ideally situated to visit so many places . the accommodation was clean, and cozy . we had a welcome basket with samples of local food. the kitchen had all the amenities you required . the two bedrooms had comfortable beds. The bathroom had shower and bath with lots of hot water. The hosts were on hand if we needed anything, we would visit again for another walking/ fishing holiday
13 Apr 2015
"Private little haven with stunning views"
Loved it, perfect for small family and dog, will definitely recommend and looking forward to returning.
13 May 2014
"Absolutely fantastic, could not fault it"
The cottage was wonderful. Very clean, well equipped and the extra touches that Siwsan and Neil provided made it all the more special. The "swan towels" looked amazing and the welcome pack of wine, fresh eggs from their chickens, tea, coffee, milk, soaps and shower gels were really appreciated. The views were beautiful. The cottage setting is very peaceful and quiet. It is close to shops and supermarkets despite its rural setting. The Snowdonia national park is so near as are amazing beaches, castles and woodland. After a day out walking it was lovely to spend a cosy evening by the woodburning stove. We will definitely be booking again in the future. And our 2 dogs had a fantastic holiday as well.
8 Mar 2014
"Absolutely fantastic cottage with outstanding views."
Fantastic cottage with outstanding views. Beautifully decorated with extremely comfortable beds. A lovely real fire which we all loved. Owners extremely friendly and helpful. We loved it so much we are returning in April.
21 Aug 2013
"High quality cottage in an outstanding area"
As of the first contact with Sue and Neil, we felt that we were very welcome in their nice cottage. Everything you would require during a holiday was available: well equiped kitchen, cosy living room with wood burner, a very clean badroom two spacy sleeping rooms and a great view accross the fields towards the sea. There was also plenty of documentation available, with Sue and Neil always helpfull to provide more info.
28 May 2013
A wonderful place to stay. The bed was very comfortable, the kitchen was great to cook in and the fireplace was most appreciated! We were there for the second coldest spring on record so was quite cold, but there was plenty of firewood and it cost us about 20 pounds in electricity for the week. Would love to stay there again.
6 Mar 2013
"Perfect way to celebrate New Year."
We had a really peaceful and relaxing time during our stay. Siwsan has beautiful cottage, it was our pleasure to have been staying over the New Year period. The cottage is off the main road but is only a short drive to the local shops. We found it perfect to travel to areas such as Porthmadog. The cottage itself is perfect, it has a really warm welcoming feel from the minute you open the door. Both bedrooms are good sizes the bedroom off the kitchen has one of the most comfortable beds you will sleep in, other than your own. The kitchen has copious accessories to use if your are a cook. It also has a dishwasher and washing machine should you wish to use them. The patio doors offer a perfect view of the local area. The best feature for us was without a doubt the wood burner. This heated the living room and bedroom off it really well. We enjoyed all of our evenings sitting by it eating cheeses and drinking wine! Siwsan stocked the log supply up each day, this was greatly appreciated! There was my wife, daughter and myself who stayed here, but the cottage could accommodate another person. We found it could be perfect for any one one wanting a relaxing break away. We loved it that much after two hours of returning home we booked for a full week this time, we are all looking forward to returning!
23 Nov 2012
"Tranquill, blissful get away and fair price"
The cottage was beautiful, very modern with vintage touches of class here and there. The log burner was my husbands fave pass time, as the wind roared through the cottage he kept the entire cottage warm. The views were amazing... and my two border collies enoughed the run around. We visited bedgellet and the castle locally, the fish and chip shop close to were we stayed wasnt much, but asda and morrisons were a 5 minute drive aay to pick up that odd bottle of wine, and sausages for the mornings breakfast. Everything was spick and span, and the towels smelt lovely and clean. We can wait to go back, so just waiting for a date to re-book in. Neil the owner was very helpful, and just left us to our own devices. and he topped up our logs which was really kind. Cant wait to go back.. Mr & Mrs Towers ( Wallasey)
28 Sep 2012
"A retreat with all the home comforts"
Really cosy accommodation with logs at the ready for those chilly nights. The cottage is furnished to a high standard as well as having the extra touches of DVDs and books for evenings in. The views are stunning and the location peaceful but within easy reach of beautiful beaches and Snowdon. A greatplace for those who want to walk or cycle. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay there and found the owners very welcoming and helpful. We will definitely be returning.
26 Sep 2012
"One of the nicest holiday homes I have ever stayed in run by a lovely family"
A lovely clean and warm cottage finished to a very high standard with wonderful views. The warm welcome we received was continued throughout our stay and the local knowledge was a great help. We will be booking to return next year