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Little House

Between Harlech & Portmeirion

Cosy cottage for two with fabulous views in the Snowdonia National Park between Harlech and Portmeirion . Pets welcome.

Near: Coastal Path 10 min walk, Ynys Beach 2m, Harlech 5m

  • Reference 1300
  • Sleeps 2
  • Bedrooms 1
  • Pets Welcome Internet / Wifi Available

Pet friendly Snowdonia Cottage for 2

  • Overlooking Portmeirion and Tremadoc Bay, close to Harlech’s stunning beaches and Coastal Path this is a lovely little cottage for 2 plus2 well behaved dogs.
  • Set by the side of the farmhouse Big House   with its own private patio area and garden, the cottage is beautifully appointed throughout with a woodburning stove in an inglenook in the snug living room.
  •  Enchanting ‘finds’ are  everywhere -  pretty delicate antique china on kitchen shelves, striking unusual blinds, walls enlivened by paintings by the talented owner and lovely accessories to delight.
  • The small private garden has a bench seat from  where there are lovely  views to enjoy of the estuary and out to sea – a perfect location to watch the light fade at sunset. 
  • Dine al-fresco on the pretty  patio - a lovely spot for breakfast and planning your day.
  • Walk from the house - 5 mins - down to the North Wales Coastal Path or up to the Ardudwy Way mountain footpath (an old drover's road).  Walk or drive up to Llandecwyn and explore this beautiful wooded area sprinkled with lakes.  There are also enchanting walks through this ancient Welsh rainforest in the lovely Maentwrog Valley at Tanybwlch.  This area is a National Nature Reserve and home to a vast array of bird life - redstart, wood warbler, nuthatch and many more.
  • Another easy walk takes you to Llandecwyn Station on the Cambrian Coast Railway line which links to the Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways at Porthmadog.
Glaslyn Osprey Centre
  • The Osprey project run by the RSPB on the Glaslyn River is a short drive from the cottage
  • Watch the Osprey's nest with their chicks from a camera in a ‘hide’ close to their secret nest site - the Ospreys have been returning to this same nest now for several years to the delight of many.

Plas Brondanw Gardens

  • Close to The Glaslyn Osprey Centre is Plas Brondanw Gardens.  The manor house was the home of the architect who designed the famous Portmeirion  -  Clough Williams Ellis. 
  • These gardens, although less well known than Portmeirion, are considered by many to be his most important creation. - a tranquil setting in a stunning location. 
  • There is a small café at the entrance which serves light snacks throughout the day.

 Theatre Ardudwy

  • This is a large modern entertainment complex on the road into Harlech which offers an extensive programme of plays, concerts and operas, all by renowned touring companies - it also screens all the very latest films.

Blaenau Ffestiniog 
  • For a thrill of a lifetime take a trip on Europe’s longest zip wire ride- Zip World Titan - it hurls along at 70mph high above an ancient  slate quarry in the breathtaking heart of Snowdonia.
  • Recently opened this has featured in many national newspapers and recently on the BBC1 programme 'Countryfile'.
  • Bounce Below - the world's first facility of this kind are inside  mammoth  slate quarry caverns.  The caverns,  twice the  size of St Paul’s Cathedral, will be lit up in a light show while visitors  bounce on giant trampolines linked by a 60ft  long slide. People will be  delivered to the deep attraction by train!
  • Cycling enthusiasts may like to try the mountain biking track which hosted this year's world championships.

 Royal St. David’s Golf Club

  • This is  well known throughout the golfing world  - considered to be the 38th best course in the world outside the U.S. it gained its ‘royal’ status when the Duke of Windsor played here in the 1930s  when he was Prince of Wales - a challenging course but a ‘must’ for any serious golfer.
Pet friendly Snowdonia cottage for 2
  • A beautifully appointed cottage, just for 2, overlooking Tremadoc Bay in the heart of Snowdonia, close to Harlech and the Coastal Path, a lovely relaxing house for a holiday.


1 Double bedroom antique chest of drawers, antique easy chairs, on 1st floor

Shower Room with toilet & washbasin on ground floor. Towels provided

Lounge with inglenook fireplace and wood burning stove. Large 2 seater sofa, large foot stool, gate legged table & 2 chairs, tv/dvd cd/radio

Kitchen fully fitted with electric cooker, microwave, fridge with ice box, washing machine.

Grounds surrounded by its own fields, patio area with round metal table 2 chairs, private enclosed garden with sloping lawn and bench.

Ample Parking

Fuel welcome basket of logs (more available to purchase locally) underfloor heating in kitchen and shower room inclusive May-September £25 p/w outside these dates.

Welcome FREE 1 well behaved dog (ground floor only please) and 2nd dog @ £25



 Please note that this cottage can be let with 'The Big House' Ref 1301, and together a maximum of 9 people can be accommodated.


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Customer Reviews

We've thoroughly enjoyed a relaxing week in this wonderfully cosy cottage which has been thoughtfully equipped. A particular treat has been the wood burning stove.

Robert & Lesley

Ideal place for a base for two, soon became home once wood burner lit. Picked a really good week - weather wise wall to wall sunshine and high teens temperatures. Good walks locally. Excellent week in an ideal setting, must come again

Pete & liz

We have had the most enjoyable week, Little House is very cosy and comfy with amazing views. Thank you for the welcoming cake.

Brian & Sallie - Milton Keynes

We have had a lovely week in your "Little House", so comfortable with fantastic views. Our dog Angus has loved the sandy beaches and the weather has been kind to us. We much appreciated your pretty china. Hope to visit again maybe with our family in the "Big House"

Marjorie & Michael Claydon - Angus the retriever - Kent

A very relaxing week here at Little House. 'Wonderful log burner, lit every night - so easy to use. The cottage was perfect, everything we needed for our week in North Wales. Thank you for the use of this wonderful cottage.

Mike, Amanda & Fianagin the dog Burys St Edmunds

What a wonderful place, so perfectly cosy for spending our Christmas honeymoon in, very many thanks - and a Happy New Year to the next lucky guests.

Owen, Naomi & Basil the dog

We’ve had a wonderful short week here at Little House. The weather has been great (it doesn’t always rain in Wales!!) giving us some wonderful views from the cottage. Highlights have been Shell Island – definitely worth a full day there in warmer weather, Black Rock sands – massive beach where you can drive and park on the beach and if you’re looking for a shortish walk we can highly recommend the Old Parish of Llanfrothen walk, the leaflet is in a pack under the stairs. Food wise the Ship Aground is a nice place for pub grub in a bright restaurant behind the bar, the Last Inn at Barmouth is a great pub with lots of character and good food. Hope to be back one day!

Callie and Graham

If you are reading this then congratulations, you have made the correct choice! Little House has treated us well, the Missus and I feel very relaxed and do not want to leave. The beach at Harlech is on par with New Zealand ... seriously! Have a great time

Steve and Sarah

It's been a glorious week on the Little House. The weather could not have been better. It was wonderful to see the first sun light on Portmeirion in the mornings and to watch the sun sets at night. This week we will remember for a long time

Gary & Barbara Trowbridge Wells

Amazing! Such a beautiful place – you have created a haven for young families like us! We’ve had a great time exploring the area – walks galore! Many thanks, see you again!

Jim & Vicki Lockwood Araine and Elsie the dog

It's been an unbelievable week, the accommodation, the weather and the locale - so much to de even within a 30 mile radius. The house is lovely, delightful touches everywhere. Thank you for sharing such a wonderful property.

Peter & Jack the dog

We wanted a relaxing get away with our dog and this cute cottage was the perfect base. ‘Love the fisherman’s cottage decor, the homemade shortbread on our arrival and fab log fire. Thanks for a lovely holiday.ps Listen for the woodpeckers by day and the owls by night.

Louise Rob and Mac the dog

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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