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Between Dolgellau & Aberdovey

Pet friendly holiday cottage near Dolgellau, Mawddach Estuary Cadair Idris and Aberdovey, North Wales.

Near: Dolgellau 3m, Mawddach Estuary 3m, Coed y Brenin Forest 5m

  • Reference 1017
  • Sleeps 4
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Pets Welcome
Pet friendly holiday cottage near Dolgellau and Mawddach Estuary A delightful little pet friendly holiday cottage near Dolgellau and Mawddach Estuary nestling in the foothills of lovely Cader Idris, Wales' second highest peak - a true ' escape to the country' .
  • Cosy and comfortable stone built holiday cottage with an open plan ground floor and with French doors opening out onto the grounds - magnificent views.
  • White leather sofas with colourful cushions, honery coloured pine furniture and kitchen cupboards, wooden floors throughout and wood burner style electric fire make this a pleasant light and airy living space.
  • Other nearby cottage belonging to this owner ~Gotras (1015 )~
  • Short breaks are possible at pet friendly Arthfan holiday cottage near Dolgellau and the Mawddach Estuary. Please phone for availability and price. 
Walking & Mountain Biking Coed y Brenin Forest Centre
  • Public footpaths are within walking distance of both Gors y Gader 1063 and Arthfan and this is an ideal location for enjoying the increasingly popular sport of mountain biking with world-class purpose built trails at Coed y Brenin Forest Centre. 
Pet friendly holiday cottage near Fairbourne Railway
  • Pay once and ride all day on this nostalgic 1895 railway from Fairbourne to Barmouth. The sandy beach backed by a pebble ridge at Fairbourne has Blue Flag status and amazing coastal views.
Dolgellau Market Town near Cadir Idris cottage
  • Enjoy peace and tranquillity with beautiful scenic walks or drive the mountain road down to the market town of Dolgellau. Northward takes you up to the car park and picnic area at the start of the Cader Idris climb - the walk to the summit is fairly strenuous, only for the fit!
  • Dolgellau just 2 miles away from the holiday cottage with a good range of local amenities including interesting individual shops, supermarket, bank, post office, cafe with wifi, chemist, doctors surgery, vet and filling station.It is an interesting town full of 17th and 18th century architecture, myriad lanes, alleyways lined with pretty cottages and town houses and a monthly Farmers Market - excellent food, fruit and vegetables. 
Fairbourne, Barmouth, Mawddach Estuary & Dysynni Valley
  • Fairbourne and Barmouth are only a few miles away from this pet friendly holiday cottage and are the nearest beaches with safe bathing. 
Mawddach Estuary near pet friendly holiday cottage
  • Walk or cycle along the Mawddach Estuary Trail - Wales' finest, the flat disused railway track winds its way along the southern edge of the Estuary from Dolgellau to Barmouth and can be joined at various points along the way.
  • Another delightful drive is down to the village of Arthog passing Cregenan Lakes with panoramic views of the estuary.
  • Dysynni Valley, a remote place and an ornitholigists paradise with Red Kite, cormorants and buzzards at Bird' s Rock and the romantic ruins of Castell y Bere, once home to Welsh Princes is a lovely drive away. 
Aberdyfi Seaside Town
  • Aberdyfi is a beautiful seaside town on the Dyffi Estuary with interesting shops and the famous Penhelig Hotel - superb food in stylish surroundings. 
The Centre for Alternative Technology & National Folk Music Centre
  • This is one of the world' s most renowned eco-centres, full of positive ideas on how to combat global warming - an interesting day out in all weathers and in nearby Machynlleth there is a vegetarian café - delicious home made food - vegetable curries and gooey chocolate cookies to die for!
  • National Centre for Welsh Folk Music at Dolgellau is an award winning visitor attraction. 
Shell Island & Tywyn Beach
  • Beachcombers will love Shell Island, shells are found in abundance particularly after storms.
  • Tywyn has 5 miles of golden sands awarded with Blue Flag status. The beach is popular for watersports. 
Criccieth Beaches & Llanbedr Beach
  • Criccieth's Marine beach and Main beach both have Blue Flage status. They are are a mixture of sand and pebbles with rock pools to explore and wonderful views. Ideal for family fun and walking, safe for bathing.
  • Llanbedr is a large sandy beach backed by dunes. 
Rabbit Farm & Animal Park, Llanystumswy
  • A great family day out whatever the weather. Many of the animals are housed in farm buildings. Children will love holding baby rabbits, guinea pigs and puppies. There is an outdoor play area and picnic spot. 
Pet friendly holiday cottage close to Mawddach Estuary
  • Lots to see and do within an easy drive of this pet friendly holiday cottage near Dolgellau, Mawddach Estuary & Dysynni Valley. Do explore the lesser known southern foothills of Snowdonia if you appreciate a tranquil landscape away from the "madding crowd".


2 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 4 plus travel cot. 1 double, 1 twin both on 1st floor.

Bathroom with toilet, washbasin and bath with shower over.

Please bring your own towels

Kitchen/Dining/Lounge open plan with well appointed fully fitted kitchen, electric cooker, dishwasher, microwave, fridge with ice box, washing machine, table and chairs seating 4. A small dresser and bar divide the kitchen and lounge area which has an electric woodburning style fire, cream leather 3 piece suite, tv/dvd. French doors to grounds, magnificent views.

No Smoking indoors

Fuel electric storage heaters inclusive

Grounds medium enclosed garden with lawns, garden furniture. Storage for mountain bikes. There is a small stream at side of property which is fenced off.

Ample Parking

Welcome FREE 2 dogs max.



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Customer Reviews

Had a wonderful, relaxing two weeks. The children had their much needed freedom and space. Surroundings are magnificent and very peaceful a real retreat for a “Londoner.” The cottage was very comfy and well equipped. We would love to come back.Many thanks

London Family

Lovely cottage, beautiful scenery. The walk to Cader Idris was outstanding, Its been so tranquil to come to North Wales and be able to catch a sun tan, because the weather has been so good. Many thanks.(p.s the dogs had a great time)

The Jones Family

This has been a very comfortable and welcoming cottage for us to stay in. We have enjoyed the wildlife and sitting in the garden looking at the views of the mountains. Saw some Red kites and a few Buzzards. We climbed Cader Idris and also visited Harlech Castle.

Davies Family

What a lovely place to stay and unwind. Thank you Liz for a lovely welcome pack. It was so very kind of you. We have had such a lovely relaxing week in such a lovely barn/cottage getting away from it all, and beautifully equipped. We have done some lovely walks and visits, loved every moment here. Would love to come again. Thank you so very much. Coal has loved it all as we have.Thank you again

The Rayners and

Fantastic week in a superb cottage. Best cottage we have stayed in, in our 11 visits to Wales since 2005! Welcome tray was appreciated. Thank you, we hope to come back. Thank you very much, we love Wales!

Penfold, Sussex

We have had a fantastic time. Last year we went to California and this was easily as good! The views are life-enhancing and we have enjoyed several excellent & varied walks from the Precipice Walk to the Mawddach Estuary. Great meals at Gwernan Hotel (up the valley) and George III in Dolgellau. A wonderful, comfortable and clean cottage-so nice to find such a place where dogs are welcome. Thanks to Liz for a warm welcome. Will be back.

Jenny & Peter, Northants

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Access Statement(x)

Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

Is there a gate to open? Yes

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? Yes

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? Yes

Are there paths? Yes

Are paths level and firm? Yes

Type of suface Gravel

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes