Llandanwg Beach holiday cottage near Harlech and Shell Island, sleeps 2,dog welcome
- 'Bwthyn y Mor' means 'cottage by the sea' and two superb beaches are only 10 minutes walk away from this delightful bijou holiday cottage (one of a pair) which has been totally renovated.
- This cosy stylish Llandanwg beach holiday cottage for 2 has a large inglenook in the open plan ground floor, a smart kitchen, dining area and conservatory with lovely views of Shell Island, Llandanwg Beach and the Lleyn Peninsula.
- The pretty cottage bedroom is decorated with fresh white paintwork and traditional floral patterns, the ceiling is sloped witha a sky light window. Lie in bed and look at the stars.
- The small mature private garden is a perfect spot to sit in and enjoy the fabulous views, pet dog welcome
- Historic Harlech with its magnificent castle just 1 mile away has a good range of local amenities including interesting individual shops, Spar, bank, post office, internet cafe, chemist, health centre and a filling station.
Cottage by the sea near Llandanwg & Harlech Beach
- Llandanwg Beach with its ancient church half hidden in the sand dunes, or the vast open sandy bay of Harlech, reached down the cliff walk (known locally as the ‘zig-zag’) are both within a 10 minute stroll of this holiday cottage.
Cambrian Railway Line,
- Llandanwg Station is a 10 minute walk – do try the spectacular train journey on the Cambrian Coast Line to Aberdovey or Pwllheli or choose one of two steam train routes at Porthmadog, one to Caernarfon and one to Blaenau Festiniog.
RSPB Glaslyn Osprey Project
- The large hide at Pont Croesor is set against the beautiful Snowdonia backdrop.Three widescreen plasma monitors offer you intimate views of Osprey family life direct from their nest. In winter, when the Ospreys have left for the sunnier climes of West Africa, there is still a host of other wildlife to see here. Like the 100+ whooper swans that often feed in neighbouring fields. Don't miss this wonderful site.
Cwm Bychan & Cwm Nantcol
- Inland there are breathtaking walks, the ancient drovers road at Cwm Bychan or the waterfall walk at Cwm Nantcol are both stunningly beautiful with a fantastic array of wildlife.
Royal St Davids Golf Club & Harlech near Llandanwg Beach holiday cottage
- The Royal St. David’s Golf Club at Harlech - North Wales’ premier links course - and the town of Harlech, is an easy stroll away. Enjoy the Plas Café’s elegant dining room or a gourmet dinner at Castle Cottage – a special treat.
Glaslyn Angling Association, Local Beaches
- Try your luck game fishing in rivers, ponds and lakes run by Glaslyn Angling Association in Penrhyndeudraeth.
- There are enough lovely beaches near this cottage to choose a different one for each day of the week. Criccieth Main & Marine, Shell Island, Harlech, Abermawr, Llanaber, Black Rock Beaches and more.
Rabbit Farm & Animal Park, Llanystumdwy
- A wonderful family attraction whatever the weather. Many of the animals are housed in farm buidings. Children will love handling the baby rabbits, guinea pigs and puppies. There is an outside play area and a picnic area.
Precipice Walk Dolgellau
- This family friendly 3 mile walk takes about one and a half hours and offers stunning views of the Mawddach estuary and Snowdonia.
Buffer's Restaurant, Blaenau Ffestiniog
- A family run hotel restaurant ideal for families. Rated by the tourist board as good value for money.
Lechwedd Slate Caverns
- Take a unique tour deep into the mountain to explore the life of Victorian Slate Miners.
Welsh Highland Railway at Porthmadog
- Take a journey aboard the Welsh Highland Railway from Porthmadog to Caernarfon through the spectacular Snowdonia countryside.
Ffestiniog Railway at Porthmadog
- Take a nostalgic journey aboard this unique train which runs along a narrow gauge track from Porthmadog to Blaenau Ffestiniog.
Harlech and Shell Island close to Llandanwg holiday cottage
- Much to enjoy near this pet friendly holiday cottage by the sea near Harlech at Llanfair above Llandanwg beach. The spectacle of observing sea eagles at the Osprey viewing facility provided by the RSPB on the nearby Glaslyn Estuary will be the highlight for many (one of only two breeding sites in Wales).