• Bwthyn Stabal


  • Criccieth
  • Ref: 1199
  • 5
  • 3
  • 1
  • 1
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Bwthyn Stabal

  • 5
  • 3
  • 1
  • 1
  • Ref: 1199
Property Highlights:

  • Pretty Criccieth cottage
  • Tucked away at the side of a late 18th Century Manor House
  • Peaceful location with a walled garden
  • 10 minute walk to 2 blue flag beaches,
  • 15-minute drive to Portmeirion

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Guest Book Comments

Good

Reply from: Jill

Thank you for your 4 star review.

David Walker - 26th July 2019

The surroundings were deightful.

Reply from: Jill

Thank you for your 5 star review.

S Barguss - 5th July 2019

Fabulous little cottage on a stunning manor estate. The gardens were beautiful. Lots of outdoor space for kids and our small dog loved it too! We had a very enjoyable stay and will definitely rebook. Lots of lovely beaches nearby. Recommend Harlech beach and castle approx. 20 mins drive away.

Reply from: Jill

Thank you for your review and recommendations glad you enjoyed this lovely property.

A trusted customer - 7th May 2019

Excellent

Reply from: Jill

Thank you for your review, glad that you had a lovely stay.

Ruth Latham - 16th January 2019

Beautiful scenery and plenty to explore.

Sara Cowan - 16th October 2018

Fine. Been there 5times over the years. At last a topper on the double bed to reduce the hardness. The work over the years has improved the outlook...can now see the sea! Plenty of space for our dog.

J E Horton - 9th October 2018

Lovely cottage very clean and very well equipped. The garden with sea view was delightful. Would have been easier if able to take ,the car closer to cottage to unload before parking in the allocated bay as the staggered pathway was a little annoying and it was unfortunately raining as we arrived and departed. But overall we had a lovely stay and were made to feel most welcome with the ample welcome pack, plentiful tourist info and games available in the cottage.There was a reasonable walk down to the seafront, restauarants and castle then back up the hill again pushing a buggy but we enjoyed that.

Sue Thompson - 14th August 2018

Everything best there could be!

Christine Chilcott - 24th July 2018

Perfect in every way; hope to return so I can do some walking (for which it was way, way too hot!)

C Page - 13th July 2018

Lovely converted stable cottage very comfortable, clean and well stocked with bifold kitchen door opening up to quiet private garden and wild woodland area. Not fully enclosed for dogs but we had no problem. Short walk to the castle and beach otherwise 30-45min drive to SnowdoniaÂ’s famous walks or 20-30mins down the Llyn to Abersoch and crossing over to Ty Coch Inn. We loved it.

S Armitage - 8th June 2018

Lovely quiet location and lots of garden area with views of the sea. The cottage was well equipped and comfortable .

A trusted customer - 25th May 2018

Great location within walking distance of the town and the beach, and a fantastic view across the garden to the sea. The house itself is very well equipped, with comfortable beds and plenty of space.

A trusted customer - 11th May 2018

Warm, clean and cosy cottage in nice location. An extra loo would have been good.

A trusted customer - 1st February 2018

Lovely cottage in lovely surroundings

Jill Maxwell - 31st January 2018

A comfortable cottage in a very good location.

A trusted customer - 9th July 2017

Climbed a mountain, walked the coast path (some of it). Visited 2 castles, travelled on mountain railway. Overall a busy and enjoyable week despite the weather some days! A lovely cottage and base to explore the local area from. A good week here in a great cottage which is surrounded by wonderful countryside!

Richard, Tracey and Edward - 1 April 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Yet another cracking week – great weather and walks. Lovely spot and bags of space in the grounds.

Jill and Jim - 20 April 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

A lovely stay again in this wonderful cottage. Lovely walks on the beach between showers!!

Jane, Owen, Sofia and Theo - 8 April 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

A lovely cottage in a beautiful peaceful spot, we have had a great holiday here.

Gill and Peter - 20 May 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Second visit here for us. Weather has been kind comfortable cottage. Enjoyed the fair in Criccieth. Lovely shops. Great walks. Squirrels, jays, buzzards, tree creepers all paid us a visit. Recharged our batteries.

Marilyn, Richard and Tish and Dave - 27 May 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

What a great week! Not only was the weather fantastic, the cottage was idyllic…what a setting and perfectly located. It is the first time we have visited the Llyn Peninsular, and we're impressed with it. Borth-y-gest is a must. (The walk from Black Rock sands to the café is wonderful – 6 mile round trip). We loved Abersoch, Aberdaron, the steam train through Snowdonia to Caernarfon, and Criccieth. Thanks for a great week.

Julie, Rob, Georgie, Cal and Haywood - 3 June 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Re-visit after 3 years and saw lovely improvements to the cottage and grounds. Sausages at the local butchers excellent. Beach at Black Rock superb! The Cottage is lovely and we were lucky with weather. Hope to return soon. Thank you.

Val, Pete and Alfie (woof, woof) - 23 September 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Beautiful setting, great location from which to see the peninsula, very comfortable house, plus fantastic weather. Thanks!

Catherine and Chris - 1 October 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.
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Property Description

Pretty 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 Llyn Peninsula. May also be booked with Plas Bryn Hir (1352) which sleeps 13 &/or Bwthyn yr Ardd (1198) which sleeps 6.
  • Surrounded by protected woodlands this lovely holiday cottage with sea views from the kitchen/dining room and bifolding kitchen doors is in a peaceful location with a walled garden.
  • Enjoy leisurely al fresco meals and an orchard shared with its 'sister' Bwthyn yr Ardd (ref 1198) .
  • Pretty interior includes a snug little sitting room with a Victorian fireplace and a cream kitchen.
  • 2 of the attractive bedrooms have Victorian fireplaces.
  • Look out for the 600 year old yew tree in the grounds along with oak, walnut and Douglas Firs.
  • The property is protected with CCTV in the grounds, focused on the oil tank whilst guests are in residence and on the front door in low season.
  • There are 2 other properties on the estate Plas Bryn Hir (Ref. 11352) and Bwthyn Yr Ardd (Ref. 1198) sleeping 13 and 6 respectively a total of 23 people can be accommodated for larger group bookings.

Interior

3 bedrooms sleeping maximum of 5. 1 Double with Kingsize bed, 1 Twin and 1 Single all on 1st floor.

Bedlinen 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 and an antique gate legged folding dining table & 5 chairs

Lounge Victorian fireplace (not in use) 2 x 3 seater sofas. Free view TV/DVD, CD/radio, slate floors.

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

Additional Information

Winter Short Breaks - Yes, minimum of a 4-night stay.

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Friday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes, ample

Fuel - Oil central heating inclusive May to September. Outside these dates 30 p/w

Dogs - 1 well behaved dog welcome free

Travel cot - Yes

Highchair - Yes

Bed linen - Included as standard

About the Area

Criccieth, Llyn 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, Dylan's and Royal China .

Llyn Peninsula Coastal Path

  • Join the Llyn Coastal Path for walks with spectacular views across the bay to Harlech - wonderful bird and marine life.

Family Fun

  • Discover fulfilling activities for the whole family from thrilling adventures to petting furry animals, exhilarating boat trips and visiting off shore islands.

Steam Trains

  • The Welsh Highland Railway and Ffestiniog Railway both depart from the coastal town of Porthmadog on their iconic journeys through the magical Snowdonia landscape. Sit back, relax and let the nostalgic train take the strain.

Days away...
Snowdonia National Park

  • Squeezed between the rugged coast and majestic mountains the Snowdonia National Park is packed with awe inspiring adventures, breathtaking scenery, fabulous walks, sleepy villages, delicious local produce, iconic steam train rides, industrial heritage and so much more. Well worth at least one day out, probably more.

Portmeirion

  • This is the picturesque Italian folly based on Portofino - beautiful views, a great restaurant and unique pottery.

Beddgelert

  • 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.

Anglesey

  • Wales' largest island with its tranquil rural landscape, beautiful rugged coast, numerous unspoiled beaches, historic sites and delicious local produce is well worth visiting.

Working Woollen Mills

  • Visit Trefriw Mill in the village of Trefriw and Brynkir Mill in Golan two working woollen mills producing traditional woollen fabrics as beautiful and appealing today as they were 200 years ago. Each mill has a shop and cafe.

There is lots to see and enjoy when staying in this pretty holiday cottage near Criccieth beach on the Llyn Peninsula.

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Bwthyn Stabal rated 4.7 out of 5
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12th September 2019
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