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  • Ty Anelog

  • Aberdaron
  • Ref: 1065
  • 6
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Ty Anelog

  • 6
  • 3
  • 2
  • 1
  • Ref: 1065
Property Highlights:

  • Traditional restored stone cottage farmhouse
  • Surrounded by lovely countryside and views
  • Quiet setting for rest and relaxation
  • Fully enclosed garden
  • Coastal village of Aberdaron is a 5-minute drive away
  • Walk the Llyn Peninsula Coastal Path and enjoy the breathtaking views

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Price reduction of £60 for 1 to 2 guests.
Price reduction of £40 for 3 to 4 guests.

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Guest Book Comments

Lovely property in an amazing location. Had sheep as neighbours! Well equipped. Warm spacious and comfortable. Plenty of parking.

Reply from: Jill

Glad that you enjoyed Ty Anelog, thank you for your review.

A trusted customer - 8th June 2019

Lovely location and views. Have stayed at the cottage a few years ago but it is now tired and to be honest a bit dirty. Dust and cobwebs under sofa and beds brought out allergies and fridge handle and shelves have grime around them. Frying pans old and scratched.

Reply from: Jill

Thank you for your comments. We are so sorry that you felt the property was tired and dirty, we will forward your comments to the owner and be in touch with you directly.

A trusted customer - 27th April 2019

Beautifull, quiet cottage!!! Cleanliness was not very sattisfactory. Toilets not well cleaned and spiders and webs everywhere, including kitchen’s cupboards where dishes are!! All the rest was very good!!!

Reply from: Jill

Thank you for your reviews and photographs. We are sorry that you felt the level of cleanliness was not high enough, your comments have been passed to the owner. We are delighted that despite the cleanliness issues you had a lovely stay.

A trusted customer - 9th September 2018

A nice house with good views. The downstairs bedroom was cold and the upstairs bathroom needed refurbishing. The kitchen cupboard fell off so we had to mend it. The upstairs double bedroom was comfortable but a bit small and the low beams a bit dangerous

Reply from: Jill

Thank you for your feedback your comments have been passed to the owner, we are glad you enjoyed your stay in this delightful property.

J Briggs - 1st February 2018

The cottage was clean and well equipped. It was very comfortable and quiet and surrounded by lovely countryside and coastal walks.

Robert Livingstone - 30th June 2017

Enjoyable 2 weeks in spite of the weather at the end of the holiday - lots of windy walks on the coast! Cottage comfortable and lovely and peaceful. We will be back sometime.

The Browns - 2018-09-22
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Perfect as always, thank you so much.

Egan - 2018-10-06
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

What a beautiful quiet spot - lots of walks, runs and films. The sheep and farm animals are very friendly, the beach and sandcastles were fun! Icecream was delicious and the local cafés and bakeries were sweet too. The house itself is beautiful. Thank you for having us, Glesni.

The Martins - 2018-04-07
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Another wonderful week spent at Ty'n Anelog. Wonderful cottage in perfect location. Spent some lovely days at Abersoch beach & Mountain Zoo followed by a fantastic meal at Black Boy Inn, Caernarfon - highly recommend. Love this place and hope to be here again next year!

The Walleys - 2018-06-23
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

This is such a lovely cottage in an amazing location. We came for rest, relaxation and walks along the beautiful beaches and are going home happy! We will be back! Thank you!

The Mahers - 2019-01-12
This review was left in the guest book at the property.
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Property Description

Aberdaron coastal holiday cottage Llyn Peninsula, North Wales

  • Distant glimpses of the sea at Whistling Bay from this traditional stone farmhouse set at the foot of a hillside and surrounded by beautiful pastureland.
  • Elegantly and stylishly furnished, the Aberdaron coastal holiday cottage has thick stone walls, an inglenook fireplace , tiny windows and pretty cottage bedrooms - traditional with a modern twist.
  • Beamed ceiling, inglenook fireplace with log burning stove, comfy leather sofas, cosy armchair, cottage window, wooden floor and colourful rug make the sitting room a delightful place in which to relax.
  • The elegant dining area has a honey coloured table and chairs with complimentary curtains over the door in true cottage style and in the pretty little deep set window.
  • From the coastal holiday cottage patio there are lovely Llyn Peninsula views of surrounding fields and stunted ancient oak trees which on hot days shelter cows and calves.


3 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6. 1 Double with En-Suite (shower cubicle, toilet and washbasin) on ground floor. 1 Twin and 1 Double on 1st floor. All bedrooms are furnished to the highest standards with luxury bedding and throws.

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

Kitchen luxury, fully fitted with split level electric cooker, microwave. dishwasher, fridge/freezer, washer/tumble dryer. Breakfast bar seating 4, door leading to patio.

Lounge/Dining Room large inglenook with wood burning stove, 'L' shaped chocolate coloured leather couch seating 6, wing chair with matching foot stool, wall mounted plasma TV with Sky Plus, radio/CD and DVD, oak table and chairs seating 6.

Grounds fully enclosed with lawn, patio, wooden garden furniture, barbecue.

Additional Information

Short breaks - Winter

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes, ample on large front driveway

Fuel - Oil central heating inclusive May to September. Outside these dates 40 p/w. Logs for wood burner free throughout the year

Dogs - 1, welcome free (ground floor only please). Farming country so dogs must be on leads at all times.

Travel cot - Yes

Highchair - Yes

Bed linen - Included as standard

About the Area

Llyn Peninsula Country Lanes

  • In the summertime the hedgerows of the surrounding country lanes are thick with banks of bluebells, cow parsley and red campion - everywhere bright yellow gorse with its intoxicating musky smell.

Aberdaron coastal holiday cottage on Llyn Peninsula Coast near Whistling Sands & Aberdaron

  • Whistling Sands (NT) and the whitewashed little village of Aberdaron, set at the water's edge, are both close by. Aberdaron has a Spar supermarket with a Post Office and the Eleri Stores is a newsagent, off licence and sells ice-cream and fishing tackle including frozen bait. More extensive shopping can be done in Pwllheli 18 miles away.

Uwchmynydd (NT), Aberdaron & Bardsey Island

  • Uwchmynydd (Above the Mountain) (NT) - a heather clad headland above Aberdaron which is criss-crossed by footpaths and from where there are spectacular views of Bardsey Island, magnificent sweeping bays and tiny rocky inlets.

Llyn Peninsula Coastal Path near Aberdaron holiday home

  • Walk the Llyn Peninsula Coastal Path and enjoy the breathtaking views and bird and marine life.

Llyn Adventure Centre

  • Llyn Adventure Centre at Tanrallt Farm, Abersoch offers adventure activities for all ages and abilities; coasteering, canyoning, climbing, abseiling, mountain and coastal walking.

Glasfryn Parc

  • A fun day out for the whole family at this multi activity centre with ten pin bowling, karting, wake park, quad bikes, fishing, archery, kids zone and much more. Eat in one of two restaurants or take a picnic. Stock up with excellent local produce in the farm shop before going home.

Ffestiniog Railway, Porthmadog

  • Take an unforgettable ride on one of Wales' great little trains. These unique heritage train journeys from Porthmadog to the fascinating slate mining town of Blaenau Ffestiniog rising 700' above sea level passing through forests, beside lakes and waterfalls, around horseshoe bends while clinging to the mountainside and tunnelling through it.

Welsh Highlands Railway

  • The Welsh Highlands Railway journey travels from Porthmadog through the glorious Snowdonia countryside to Caernarfon.

The Ship Hotel Aberdaron near coastal holiday cottage

  • The Ship Hotel at Aberdaron is an original Inn with Good Food Guide Recommended restaurant and bars.

Bardsey Island Boat Trips

  • A haven for wildlife and legendry 'Island of 20,000 saints'. The Bardsey Island ferry leaves from Porth Meudwy on the tip of the Llyn Peninsula to make the 2 mile journey to Bardsey. The perfect day out for twitchers, wildlife enthusiasts, nature lovers, walkers, pilgrims or just plain curious. Read more about Bardsey Island.

Y Gegin Fawr Cafe & Crug Farm Walled Gardens

  • A white washed stone cottage at Aberdaron originally a communal kitchen for 13th C pilgrims going to Bardsey
  • Crug Farm 18th C Walled Gardens are set in the grounds of a country house and has a nursery for rare plant species

Shore Fishing at Llanbedrog & Craft & Angling Shop, Abersoch

  • Shore Fishing at Llanbedrog yields bass, flounder, dog fish and bream caught on low tide. Remember to pack your favourite seafood recipe.
  • Craft & Angling, Abersoch stocks fishing tackle, accessories, bait, permits and licences.

Hovercraft Rides, Tanrallt Farm

  • An exhilarating experience for all the family enjoy the ride or even have a go at being a hovercraft pilot.

Days away

  • Take a tour of the nearby Snowdonia National Park. Explore the coast, countryside and accessible mountains. Ride on nostalgic steam trains including the Snowdon Mountain Train. Experience exciting adventures at Bounce Below, Zip Wire, Treetop Adventures, Fforest Coastaer and Surf Snowdonia. Discover fascinating industrial heritage, historic sites and mountain villages.

Appealing coastal holiday cottage for 6 guests and 1 dog close to the coast at Aberdaron on the lovely Llyn Peninsula

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7 Nights


7 Nights

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Ty Anelog rated 3.6 out of 5


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