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18th century cottage in coastal village close to the sea
Natural light floods in
Circa 1700's with period features throughout
Well-equipped kitchen to rustle up a meal
Creatively designed with all you need
Time for a bite to eat
A lovely setting for dinner
Relax in the lounge with TV
Snuggle up on the sofa by the wood burner for a cosy night in
Dressing room with glimpses of the sea
Stylish shower room
Enjoy a leisurely shower
Comfortable double bed with soft linen
Perfect for a good nights sleep
The perfect spot for morning coffee
Nearby river views
The village is famous for yarn bombing
Explore the beach and coastline
Visit nearby Aberdovey
1 / 19  18th century cottage in coastal village close to the sea
2 / 19  Natural light floods in
3 / 19  Circa 1700's with period features throughout
4 / 19  Well-equipped kitchen to rustle up a meal
5 / 19  Creatively designed with all you need
6 / 19  Time for a bite to eat
7 / 19  A lovely setting for dinner
8 / 19  Relax in the lounge with TV
9 / 19  Snuggle up on the sofa by the wood burner for a cosy night in
10 / 19  Dressing room with glimpses of the sea
11 / 19  Stylish shower room
12 / 19  Enjoy a leisurely shower
13 / 19  Comfortable double bed with soft linen
14 / 19  Perfect for a good nights sleep
15 / 19  The perfect spot for morning coffee
16 / 19  Nearby river views
17 / 19  The village is famous for yarn bombing
18 / 19  Explore the beach and coastline
19 / 19  Visit nearby Aberdovey

Y Bryn Cottage

Aberdovey (9mlsN), North Wales
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 1
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Romantic
Towels included
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At a glance

  • A restful and tranquil period cottage with wood burner, flagstone floors and interesting features
  • Walk to the local shop and pub, and down to the sea and beach from this pretty village location
  • Visit Harlech Castle, Talyllyn Railway, King Arthurs Labyrinth and Portmeirion
Property code: 58564

Beautiful stone cottage with original features in Llwyngwril village. Treat your loved one to a romantic retreat in the Welsh coast and Snowdonia National Park. The pub, shop and beach are close by.

Walk to the shop, the local pub and rocky beach and countless footpaths to explore. Take a gentle stroll on the beach, join the coastal path or climb Cader Idris in Snowdonia National Park. Enjoy the wildlife and waters of the Mawddach and the Dyfi estuaries, board the steam train on the Talyllyn narrow-gauge historic railway or go underground in Corris Slate Mines. Visit renowned Portmeirion village and Gardens, the Ynys-Hir RSPB reserve, or the pretty waterfall at Dolgoch Falls. Nearby Aberdovey offers a championship golf course, water sport activities from the harbour, shops, galleries and eateries. Enjoy culinary delights, independent shops and a host of events in and around the area. Perfect romantic break to relax, have a coastal adventure and enjoy activities.

Built in the 1800s this quirky cottage oozes character with flagstone floors, uneven stone walls and the feature fireplace. Natural light floods the lounge at the heart of this cottage with comfy sofa to snuggle up on, Smart TV to relax with a film and cosy wood burner. If you decide to eat in the kitchen has been creatively designed and is well-equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher and all the thoughtful little extras creating a lovely space to cook in. The dining table is perfectly positioned by the window in the lounge to enjoy a meal and plan your days’ activities. After a full day out take a leisurely shower in the stylish shower room with WC. Head off to the double bedroom and enjoy a good night’s sleep. To complement the accommodation is the dressing room with table, chair and space for your suitcases with glimpses of the sea from the window.

To the front of the property you can enjoy morning coffee on the bistro table and chairs. After dropping off your luggage turn around 50 yards up the hill and there is then ample free parking down in the village car park 200m away.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 1 bedroom - double
  • 1 shower room
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge and dishwasher
  • Wood burner (first basket of logs included)
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Ample free parking in the village car park 200 yards away
  • Wi-Fi included
  • 1 dog welcome
  • Beach and shop within walking distance
  • Pub 150 yards away
  • Smart TV in the lounge

Laura Southern

This property is personally managed by Laura.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 15 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Gerald 17th July 2020

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Warm, cosy, comfortable stone cottage up a steep hill, therefore not for the infirm. Frustratingly Hi Tech for technophobes, but enjoyable all the same. Everything that you would need is there.

Reviewed by Donald 28th September 2019

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Cozy, clean, quiet, and well maintained. Suitable for 2 people. Parking is a bit of a hike. Town is charming and scenic. For the town and visitors sake, I hope the pub re-opens soon.

Reviewed by Billy 24th September 2019

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Reviewed by John 13th September 2019

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Very compact very old traditional Welsh cottage. Heating worked well, kitchen and shower room well appointed. Bedroom had limited space around the bed. Bed itself was extremely comforable. Kictchen, lounge, dressing room have roof windows which with matt white walls inside gave light throughout till the sun set.

Reviewed by Rob August 2019

This beautiful cottage was lovely and clean and had a home from home feel about it, the welcome pack was a lovely touch with everything you want when you first arrive to make a tea or coffee and the Bara Brith was delicious, a great location for the village and the beach, a 30 minute drive takes you into the stunning countryside with spectacular waRead morelks, we'll be back. Hide

Reviewed by Jonathan 1st August 2019

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Reviewed by Maurice 14th June 2019

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We had a good holiday and compared with others the weather was good if not very warm. We have answered yes below but with the reservations about age and walking ability.

Reviewed by M 17th May 2019

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Reviewed by Daniel 5th May 2019

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Fantastic cottage ! Very secluded and quiet perfect for a weekend away and so close to train station . Only disappointing thing was that the local pub is currently closed

Reviewed by Martin 23rd April 2019

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A wonderful little cottage in a quiet location. No parking outside but lots of free parking a two min walk away.

Reviewed by Patricia 15th April 2019

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A charming little cottage in a beautiful location. The owners added thoughtful touches, milk in the fridge, tea, coffee, bread and even treats for our doggy. Spotlessly clean with an extremely comfy bed and a woodburner for chilly evenings. A wonderful place to stay if you want to totally relax but also within reach, by car, to some lovely places .

Reviewed by Sultan 12th February 2019

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Lovely experience. Good warm welcome. Lovely friendly people to deal with. Very helpful and warming

Reviewed by Laura 28th December 2018

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Lovely cottage, it has a real home from home feel with everything you could need. Very warm and snug with the heating on, so you're not freezing when you get back from a walk before you have chance to get the log burner going! Plenty of space for your things, without detracting from the cosy cottage feel. Beach is a very short walk away, and the arRead moreea is lovely and peaceful. Perfect for a relaxing escape. Hide

Reviewed by Anita 30th November 2018

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Reviewed by Joanne 14th October 2018

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The Cottage was delightful, well equipped and in a very good position for exploring the Welsh Coast and beautiful scenery. The Cottage is very well fitted out and comfortable and exactly what you need for a relaxing break. The bed was comfortable and the shower room was also quite spacious. Tywyn and Fairbourne, in particular, have fantastic beacheRead mores. Barmouth, Borth, Aberdovey and Aberystwyth are all fairly close by and accessible for a day out. Hide

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18th century cottage in coastal village close to the sea
Natural light floods in
Circa 1700's with period features throughout
Well-equipped kitchen to rustle up a meal
Creatively designed with all you need
Time for a bite to eat
A lovely setting for dinner
Relax in the lounge with TV
Snuggle up on the sofa by the wood burner for a cosy night in
Dressing room with glimpses of the sea
Stylish shower room
Show 7 moreEnjoy a leisurely shower

Location

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