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Criccieth has some great cafes' and restaurants thumb-1
Criccieth Castle hosts events all year round thumb-1
Criccieth  with its castle and sandy beaches is the pearl of the Welsh coastline thumb-1
Pet friendly Tirwydden is within walking distance of the beach.Your four legged friend will be a  happy chappie. thumb-1
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 Borth y Gest a short drive from Criccieth thumb-1
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Tirwyddan Criccieth, Coastal small town, Lleyn Peninsula.

  • Sleeps 8
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 1 Dog
  • Reference 1349
Why we recommend Tirwyddan...

Lovely 4 bedroom house near centre of the idyllic seaside town of Criccieth, LLeyn Peninsula.

About Tirwyddan

4 bedroom holiday house with views in Criccieth, Lleyn Peninsula.

  • Just a short walk from the centre of Criccieth, Tirwyddan can be described in 3 short sentences 'Attention to detail', 'Beautiful location' and 'Perfect in every way'. The property is top quality from its layout, to the cushions and the tasteful ornaments throughout.
  • This stylish and comfortable 4 bedroom detached house provides the perfect base for exploring this stunning area of Wales, and offers complete holiday relaxation.
  • At the heart of the house is the open plan Kitchen/Dining room with its lovely cream units, central island and integrated appliances. The dining room has room for all the family with a large bespoke dining table. Patio doors open out from here to the garden and an outdoor patio seating area.
  • Leading from the dining room there is a very spacious lounge with colourful sofas and an impressive fireplace with flame gas fire for cosy evenings in. The sofas face outward for full enjoyment of the views with large picture windows and patio doors leading out onto the decking – a perfect spot for al-fresco dining.
  • The hall and landing have the original pre-war windows with an impressive stained glass window on the stairway. Leading off the hallway is a ground floor shower room.
  • The delightful master en-suite bedroom has gorgeous views and is light and airy with white walls and a patio door opening out onto a small balcony with table and chairs. Soak up the views while sipping your morning coffee - a great start to the day!
  • There are 3 other colourful bedrooms – a double, a twin and a bunk bedroom with an impressive shared bathroom with bath and shower cubicle.
  • The property is surrounded by gardens, a triangle of lawn is surrounded by hedges and a long decking area for sitting out.
  • Tirwyddan truly embraces its guests - whether staying here for a summer holiday or long overdue familial gathering, this luxury self-catering property will make you yearn to stay forever.
  • Care with small children the decking and lawn is enclosed but the lawn and parking area at the front is not. Although this is a quiet road cars drive down to other properties.

About The Area
Criccieth
  • A gem of a small seaside resort, Criccieth is full of excellent independent shops and restaurants. Try the recently opened Dylan's right on the beach at the end of the promenade – housed in a stylish art deco building and serving locally sourced meat and seafood. Cadwalladers ice cream parlour near the Castle and the fish and chip shop opposite are a hugely popular tradition with summer visitors.

Beaches

  • There are 2 Blue Flag beaches in Criccieth divided by the ruined Castle set dramatically on the hillside.
  • Less well known but well worth a visit are the tiny bays and coves of Borth y Gest- its little coves are charming and ideal for small children to play. Just to sit and enjoy the views across the estuary to Harlech and Ardudwy mountains is a lovely way to spend some holiday time.
  • The huge expanse of sand at Black Rock is also popular - cars can be driven right onto the beach! The whole of the Lleyn has a variety of stunning beaches to discover – you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Coastal Path 

  • Joined the Coastal Path in Criccieth town. The path skirts the cliff edge for several miles westward. After several miles, the path turns inward to the small village of Llanymstundwy and proceeds along one of the areas prime features - 'Y Lon Goed' an oak lined avenue a peaceful quiet lane away from the crowds.
  • Alternatively go southward from Criccieth over a hillside with lovely views of the small mountain of Moel y Gest before descending down to Black Rock Sands.

Portmeirion

  • Just 4 miles away, Portmeirion is quite unique! It is the creation of Clough Williams Ellis who visualised a little Italian village on a small Welsh cove and it works beautifully. Lots of little shops to browse in and two excellent hotels.
  • The main hotel in the village itself is art deco in style with stunning views across the estuary to Harlech. Castell Deudraeth, on the outskirts of the village, was a Gothic Victorian manor house now restored into an elegant hotel and restaurant.

Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways 

  • Take the Welsh Highland Railway up through Snowdonia passing through the Aberglaslyn Gorge to Beddgelert. Step off here and wonder along the riverside to Gelert's grave or proceed all the way to Caernarfon to explore and marvel at the huge Castle - children will love clambering up the stone spiral stairways and looking down into the dungeons!

Zip World & Bounce Below 

  • Two new major attractions have arrived in Blaenau Ffestiniog. Take a zip wire ride over the old slate caverns or enjoy bouncing on huge trampolines deep inside the mine. The added bonus of Bounce Below is that despite bad weather it can still be enjoyed.


Property Layout
4 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 8. 1 Double with Kingsize bed and en-suite (shower, toilet and wash basin) with patio doors to balcony with table and chairs. 1 Double with Kingsize bed and 1 Twin and 1 Bunk bedroom all on 1st floor.

Bathroom with full suite and shower cubicle on 1st floor.

Shower Room with corner shower, toilet & washbasin on the ground floor.

Kitchen/Dining Room luxury fully fitted white units with split level gas hob and 2 electric ovens, dishwasher, microwave, larder fridge, bespoke dining table and chairs. Patio doors leading onto garden.

Utility Room with extra fridge, freezer, washing machine & tumble dryer.

Sitting Room 2 three seater sofas with matching ottoman and cushions, large 2 seater chair, 1 easy chair, stylish fireplace with gas effect fire, TV/DVD plus CD/Radio. Floor to ceiling windows and patio doors onto decking.

Grounds Triangle shaped lawn surrounded by hedges, decking along front of house with garden furniture. This area can be enclosed with gate on the side. Care with toddlers the front lawn is not enclosed, although this is a private lane cars drive down to other properties.


Additional Information

 

Short breaks - Winter

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes, ample

Fuel - Gas central heating inclusive May to September. Outside these dates £25 p/w

Dogs - 1, with security deposit £150 p/w

Travel cot - Yes

Highchair - Yes

Access Information

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)? No

Are there paths? No

Are paths level and firm? No

Type of suface Other

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? No

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

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Why you love Tirwyddan
We only had a week at Tirwyddan, but wish it could have been more. The house is just as described but the views are even better. Sitting on the balcony with a cup of coffee in the morning sunshine looking over the castle and the bay takes some beating. The house is so well equipped and clean yet remains a very welcoming peaceful refuge for a young family along with grandparents. I would definitely recommend Tirwyddan and hope to return.
Anon
Tirwyddan is a very well equipped comfortable house easily accommodating our party of five. It has fantastic views over Criccieth to the sea and the castle from the garden and the balcony. It is within an hours drive of Snowdonia. Criccieth has a railway station with trains going to Harlech and Barmouth. We enjoyed a day out to Barmouth without the need to drive - great! There are also so more energetic activities available within easy reach such as sea kayaking and (we enjoyed) a Segway adventure. Highly recommend this holiday rental.
Anon
We loved this sunny house. It was large with plenty of room to move around, but it was also warm and cosy. We loved sitting in the living room and watching the squirrel visit the garden every morning, or drinking coffee while admiring the view of the castle and sea from our bedroom balcony. The rooms are all as good as the pictures of them on here - and the kitchen is brilliant. The booking process was straightforward with excellent and timely information and directions, and our son was able to stay at short notice - (mind there were only two of us so we did have the room) A 5 minute walk takes you down to the High Street with shops (including a late night Spar), pubs, and restaurants. There are plenty of things to do in the area; castles, train rides, beaches, coastal walks and mountains. This was our first visit to this part of Wales and we received a warm and friendly welcome in Criccieth. We'll definitely come back to Criccieth and to Tirwyddan.
Anon
We have just come back from a lovely week based @ Tirwyrran in Criccieth. The house itself was clean & well maintained & located with lovely views over the town towards the sea & the castle. Our group was 4 adults & two children (5 & 18 months). The house was great for us with plenty of room & all the facilities of home & a decent wi fi connection. Special mention must go to the Kitchen/Dining area which was beautiful & practical @ the same time & which also benefited from a covered patio area accessed via a sliding patio door. The bathrooms were all fitted to a high standard & were a pleasure to use!! Ample parking for 2 cars, could probably squeeze 3 on fairly easily. The walk to town is downhill & easy but the return is more demanding & may pose a problem for some less able visitors. That said parking in Criccieth was not a problem during mid April.
Anon
This is our second visit to Tirwyddan and we loved it! The house is spacious and in a lovely setting, with fabulous views of the sea and castle. Its very well equipped and spotlessly clean. There is loads to do in the local area, including amazing beaches such as Blackrock sands and Abersoch. Would really recommend a stay here.
Anon
We loved staying in this house! It is so well equipped and very comfortable. Wonderful location for exploring the coast and Snowdonia. A perfect holiday - thank you so much!
Anon
Property Layout
4 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 8. 1 Double with Kingsize bed and en-suite (shower, toilet and wash basin) with patio doors to balcony with table and chairs. 1 Double with Kingsize bed and 1 Twin and 1 Bunk bedroom all on 1st floor.

Bathroom with full suite and shower cubicle on 1st floor.

Shower Room with corner shower, toilet & washbasin on the ground floor.

Kitchen/Dining Room luxury fully fitted white units with split level gas hob and 2 electric ovens, dishwasher, microwave, larder fridge, bespoke dining table and chairs. Patio doors leading onto garden.

Utility Room with extra fridge, freezer, washing machine & tumble dryer.

Sitting Room 2 three seater sofas with matching ottoman and cushions, large 2 seater chair, 1 easy chair, stylish fireplace with gas effect fire, TV/DVD plus CD/Radio. Floor to ceiling windows and patio doors onto decking.

Grounds Triangle shaped lawn surrounded by hedges, decking along front of house with garden furniture. This area can be enclosed with gate on the side. Care with toddlers the front lawn is not enclosed, although this is a private lane cars drive down to other properties.


Additional Information

 

Short breaks - Winter

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes, ample

Fuel - Gas central heating inclusive May to September. Outside these dates £25 p/w

Dogs - 1, with security deposit £150 p/w

Travel cot - Yes

Highchair - Yes

Access Information

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)? No

Are there paths? No

Are paths level and firm? No

Type of suface Other

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? No

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

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