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Bwthyn Stabal

Criccieth, North Wales

Criccieth Cottage near 2 blue flag beaches, Criccieth castle and Glaslyn RSPB Osprey Centre - sleeps 5

Near: Beaches, Shops & Restaurants 10 min walk, Portmeirion 8m

  • Reference 1199
  • Sleeps 5
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Pets Welcome Internet / Wifi Available
Criccieth cottage
  • Pretty little Bwthyn Stabal (Stable Cottage) is tucked away at the side of a late 18th Century Grade II listed manor house in the heart of Criccieth on the Lleyn Peninsula
  • Surrounded by protected woodlands it is a lovely holiday cottage in a peaceful location with a walled garden in which to enjoy leisurely al fresco meals and an orchard shared with its 'sister' Bwthyn yr Ardd (ref 1198) .
  • Pretty interiors, a snug little sitting room with a Victorian fireplace, cream kitchen and attractive bedrooms, 2 with Victorian fireplaces, all make this holiday cottage in Criccieth a perfect hideaway - look out for a 600 year old yew tree in the grounds along with oak, walnut and Douglas Firs.
Criccieth, Lleyn Peninsula
  • Walk into the town which is overlooked by its distinctive ruined Castle on the hillside which separates the 2 Blue Flag beaches.
  • Lots of locally owned shops - deli/coffee shop, butchers and fishmongers - good recommended restaurants are 'Poachers and 'Royal China' restaurants.
Lleyn Peninsula Coastal Path
  • Join the Lleyn Coastal Path for walks with spectacular views across the bay to Harlech - wonderful bird and marine life.
  • This is the picturesque Italian folly based on Portofino - beautiful views, a great restaurant and unique pottery.
  • There are riverside walks and a scrumptious ice cream shop to enjoy and whilst on the way and check out the RSPB Osprey Centre on the Glaslyn River.
Holiday cottage Criccieth
  • Lots to see and enjoy when staying in this pretty little Criccieth holiday cottage on the Lleyn Peninsula.


3 bedrooms sleeping maximum of 5

1 Kingsize Bedroom, 1 twin and 1 single all on 1st floor. Travel cot.

Bedlinen provided. Towels provided.

Bathroom with full suite and shower over bath on 1st floor.

Kitchen well appointed with cream fully fitted units, electric oven & hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer. Highchair

Lounge Victorian fireplace (not in use) 2 x 3 seater sofas. Freeview tv/dvd, cd/radio.

Antique gate legged folding dining table & 5 chairs, slate floors.

Fuel oil central heating inclusive May-September £30 p/w outside these dates.


Grounds not enclosed care with small children, patio area, walled garden with garden furniture, shared orchard.

Ample Parking


Please do not smoke indoors.

Welcome FREE 1 well behaved dog.


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Customer Reviews

Lovely surroundings and wildlife with very useful shops in Criccieth (butchers, bakers and "Bargain Booze" and newsagent). Buzzard seen in grounds several times and enjoyed listening to Tawny Owls. Recommend 1. Walks (short):- Moel-y-Gest; along Glaslyn River from Nartmer to Beddgelert; Beddgelert Forest - sign-posted mountain bike trails can be walked. 2.Eating:- Goat Inn (book); No46 Tea shop in Criccieth. 3. Beaches:- Porth Towyn (park at farm £2.50 honesty box); Borth-y-Gest. 4. Activities:- Surf lesson by 'West Coast Surf' - nice balance of instruction/mucking about for 11/14/45 year olds; nippping down the hill for a quick swim in the evenings

Pete, Helen, Frances and Thomas - West Sussex

We really enjoyed the cottage and garden. Also a wonderful sunny and warm week. Lots of good walks including Snowdon. We found the Tir-a-Mor restaurant was the best despite tripadvisor. The Lifeboat practice on Thursdays at 6:30pm is well worth seeing (in Criccieth). Also the David Lloyd George Museum was a highlight.

Maeve and Malcolm - North Yorkshire

Great to try out this cottage, having stayed in Bwthyn yr Ardd several times. Amazing view of the sea. Fantastic holiday - yet again.

Phil, Janice, and Sally + Suzie the dog - Manchester

It was just fantastic - again - We have had lovely weather and our girls went for a swim (in the sea). The cottage is even better than 2 years ago - now with the dining room and patio. Very much has gone on. Thank you for the lovely stay... We all enjoyed it very much!

Family Odermatt - Switzerland

Comfortable, private location. Handy for town etc. Recommend the Shearwater Nature Cruise, the beach at Harlech, the Aquarium at Anglesey if wet.

John and Carolyn - Cambridge

We have really loved it here, so relaxing. Highly recommend the butchers sausages in Criccieth. It is very special here, thank you for the little touches that make it even more special... Back again next year.

Adrian and Clair and Arthur the labrador - Colchester

Lovely stay in this very quiet cottage. The Castle Inn serves good "pub grub" and lets the dog in the bar. Really loved Beddgelert, and Aberdaron. This part of Wales is stunning - loved it!!

Adrian, Dawn And Tara and Ellie the Jack Russels, Oxfordshire

Fab cottage - it really felt just like home. We went to slate mines, took train journeys, visited castles and walked down Snowdon. Saw Ospreys, Red Kite, red squirrel and had fun.

Jacquie, Gary, Samantha and Lawrence - Lowestoft, Suffolk

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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