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Beudy Gwydir

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Trefor, Llyn Peninsula (View Location on a map)
5 Guests
2 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
No Dogs
£583 7 Night Breaks From
£16.66 Average Per Person Per Night
Handpicked Highlights

Beudy Gwydir was handpicked by our team to join our portfolio. Here's just a few of the reasons we think you'll love staying in Beudy Gwydir too!

  • 2 bedroomed beach-top retreat complete with 6-seater hot tub
  • Sweeping sea views of Anglesey & Llanddwyn Island (Island of lovers)
  • Luxury designer interiors, many made in Wales
  • Explore the mysterious coves and cliffs beneath Yr Eifl in a Kayak
  • Fun-filled family days out discovering the heritage of the Llyn Peninsula
  • One of Wales's most spellbinding quiet corners

Rated 5/5 (read reviews)
Features You'll Love

  • Coastal Area
  • Sea Views
  • WiFi
  • Hot Tub
  • Enclosed Garden
  • Private Parking
  • Real Fire
  • Rural Location
  • Ground Floor Facilities
  • Luxury
  • Family Friendly
  • Detached Property
  • Golf Courses Nearby
  • Beaches Nearby

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About Beudy Gwydir

Your own private beach-top retreat complete with bubbly hot tub and never-ending sea views across Caernarfon Bay to Anglesey and Snowdonia, in a cottage as seaside chic as they come. Trefor sits within close reach of the Snowdonia National Park in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty offering a picture-perfect holiday on the Llyn coast.

  • One of those unique places where you can enjoy the sunrise and the sunset over the sea during the summer months.
  • Truly get away from it all and escape the busier seaside towns along the coast.
  • Beudy Gwydir is a paradise for pure escapism, idyllically positioned on the Llyn coastline in Trefor, one of Wales's most spellbinding, quiet corners.
  • This showstopper certainly sets the standard for unique breaks on the Llyn Peninsula whatever the weather. Beudy Gwydir's beachside location, bubbling hot tub and designer inspired interiors provide a luxury self-catering home from home to rival anywhere in the UK.
  • Sweeping sea views of Anglesey & Llanddwyn Island (Island of lovers) across Caernarfon Bay.
  • Luxury self-catering cottage set in prime position above Trefor harbour and beach, where wildflower pathways follow the coast and trickling streams amble down through the village.
  • Honeymooners will adore this idyllic cottage in its mesmerising location.
Layout & Further Information

2 bedrooms sleeping a maximum 5 with 1 bathroom

All on ground floor:

1 double bedroom with wall mounted TV

1 triple bedroom (a double bed with adult-size single bunk bed above), built in wardrobes, local artwork

Shower Room with shower cubicle, sensory mirror, WC, heated towel rail

Lounge Open plan light and airy, a real extension of the outdoors with 3 seater leather sofa & 2 seater sofa, Melin Tregwynt cushions, handcrafted oak standard lamp, Chilli Penguin Log burner, Sheepskin stool(all made in Wales), smart tv, Netflix, Italian floor tiles, Sanderson blinds, Bose music station

Dining Area Laura Ashley dining table for 6, Habitat table lamp, Denbigh crockery & tableware

Kitchen Double electric oven, coffee making machine, washer dryer, microwave, cd/radio, larder fridge/ freezer, dishwasher, doors to patio

Grounds large enclosed patio area with 6 seater American hot tub, outdoor dining table and chairs & BBQ


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Short breaks Yes all year excluding peak weeks
Arrival day Friday
Heating Underfloor heating throughout & wood-burner with a starter pack of logs provided (additional logs can be purchased on site using an honesty box)
Towels Yes
Bedlinen Yes
WiFi Yes
Parking private, off-road for 2 or 3 cars
No Dogs This is a pet free cottage

Reviews & Comments
Visitors Rate This Property 5/5

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Ronald Owen Verified Guest
25th October 2019

This is a first class accommodation. Kate and Morgan are more than helpful, thanks for the welcome pack and fresh flowers. The location is stunning looking out across the bay, and even more of a pleasure in the hot tub, even in the rain. The quality furnishings made it a pleasure to stay here

Reply from: Quality Cottages Team

So pleased to hear that you had such a great stay at Beudy Gwydir and enjoyed not just the property but the location as well

Sheila Martin Verified Guest
2nd October 2019

The Owners lived on site and could not do enough for us.They welcomed us,explained what we needed to know including the use of the hot- tub.When we had a problem with one of the doors Morgan (the owner)soon came and rectified it.We felt that we were honoured guests and good friends.The facilities were exceptional. Somewhere to return to!

Reply from: Quality Cottages Team

We would love to welcome you again thank you for your lovely review of Beudy Gwydir.

Wendy Davies Verified Guest
20th September 2019

Fantastic place to unwind and rest from the hubbub of life. And breath.....

Reply from: Quality Cottages Team

Glad you had a relaxing break, thank you for taking the time to leave your review.

Verified Guest
2nd August 2019

This is a superbly and thoughtfully furnished cottage, in an idyllic coastal location. The owners are extremely friendly, welcoming and helpful and ensured we had the most fantastic holiday.

Reply from: Quality Cottages Team

Delighted that you enjoyed your stay, thank you for taking the time to leave a review.

Marie-Claire Wattison Verified Guest
6th July 2019

Wow! We stayed here for a week for our baby's 1st holiday and what a treat it was. We received a welcome package from our lovely hosts to settle us in straight away.The interior is beautiful, there's clearly been a lot of thought put into eveything from the bedding to the top of the range appliances. The hot tub was utter bliss! We enjoyed watching the sun set over the ocean every evening. There are loads of great places to visit nearby, beautiful beaches, lots of wildlife. We will definitely be back to this magical place.

Reply from: Quality Cottages Team

What a lovely review thank you so much for your kind words and stunning photos. We are delighted that you choose to spend such a special occasion at Beudy Gwydir.

Guestbook Comments

If you've ever visited a holiday cottage before, you most likely have seen a guestbook in the property for guests to leave a review for others when they arrive. Each of the following comments was lovingly left by people just like you in the guestbook left at Beudy Gwydir.

Perfect stay, thank you very much. Everything was spotless and well thought out. Views are spectacular and we were relaxed. Loved the hot tub! We will look forward to returning soon. 

Pleased we came here, even if we did see wet Wales, we're used to that at home. Llyn Peninsula is lovely and seems to miss the rain a little as further from Snowdonia. Whistling sands was lovely in the sun. Got to the top of Snowdon one day, up and down in 5 hrs. The top was very busy! Enjoyed coast walks from Beudy Gwydir. Luxury here is special and the well stocked kitchen is a treat to cook in.  Binoculars too! Thank you

Carina
15th July 2019

Beauty, tranquillity and comfort all combined, made for a memorable visit. Sea, hills, countryside from the elevated vantage point of a luxury hot tub.....blissful. Thank you for your warm welcome and the basket of lovely flowers - a special touch

Da ni fel teulu wedi mwynhau yn fawr iawn. Mae'r profiad wedi bod yn y pleserus iawn. Rydy'chwedi meddwl am bob dim, ac mae hynnu yn gwneud y profiad yn sbesual iawn. Mae'r Beudy, y lleoliad a'r olygfa yn odidog! Diolch eto

Gaynor & David
20th June 2019

Thank you so much Cet & Morgan for making the end of our honeymoon, spent here in Beudy so special. We have had a wonderful couple of days in this beautiful cottage in such a wonderful setting. We couldn't have wished for anything more special.

About the Area

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Trefor quiet seaside village

  • A small traditional village at the foot of Yr Eifl, a range of three iconic mountains that dominate the skyline above Trefor
  • Small beach and traditional fishing harbour a few minutes away
  • One of the best sections of coastal path in north Wales sits at the edge of the village. The stacks of Ynys Bach and the dramatic jagged pinnacles of Ynys Fawr provide a spectacular scene with the sheer cliffs of Trwyn y Gorlech plummeting nearly 250 metres into the sea in the background.
  • Photographers delight in capturing the breathtaking scenery combining both mountains and the sea.
  • Trefor is an ideal spot from which to go kayaking, where the views of the pinnacles are second to none.
  • The coastal path offers magnificent views up towards the old granite quarry that is still one of the main suppliers of curling stones for the popular Scottish sport
  • A traffic free cycle path runs through Trefor all the way along the north Wales coast passing Caernarfon
  • Pen Llyn (Llyn Peninsula)
  • Discover the lovely Llyn Peninsula - enjoy the cliffs and beaches along one of the most remote and unspoilt coastlines in Wales with spectacular views from bracken covered headlands.
  • Excellent bus service linking Trefor with Caernarfon or Pwllheli
  • A wildly beautiful peninsula that wraps you in a strong embrace. Pen Llyn offers a mix of culture and heritage, traditional farmsteads, little ports, beaches, bays, and sea-cliffs, quite unlike anything else you'll find in Wales - or elsewhere, in the world. The coast is a protected - Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. Walk it by following the Wales Coast Path in the footsteps of the Pilgrims on their way to Y Enlli - Bardsey Island.

Criccieth and Pwllheli

  • Criccieth town is overlooked by its distinctive ruined Castle on the hillside which separates the 2 Blue Flag beaches. There are lots of locally owned shops - deli/coffee shop, butchers and fishmongers - well-recommended restaurants are 'Poachers and 'Royal China' restaurants as well as Dylan's on the beach housed in a stunning art deco building designed by local architect and creator of Portmeirion, Clough William.
  • The centre of the popular seaside town of Pwllheli has many distinctive independent shops, boutiques and coffee shops - enjoy lunch or coffee at 'Taro Deg' (Striking Ten) a locally owned cafe which is highly recommended. There is plenty to distract and entertain you.

Pilgrims churches

  • A few miles northward from Trefor is the village of Clynnog Fawr. The large and impressive church has many original fittings and a saint's shrine in a small chapel at the side where sick pilgrims would rest on rushes before continuing their journey.
  • On the mountain road towards Nefyn is the small hamlet of Pistyll where down off the main road is a lovely 12th century church just above the cliff It is kept as it was long ago with sweet-smelling rushes on the floor and walls adorned with medical herbs - apparently a long-standing local tradition relating to the needs of the pilgrims. The pilgrims' destination was Bardsey Island and the embarkation point was the lovely whitewashed village of Aberdaron. Here there is also a stunning church and boat trips can be taken to Bardsey itself.

Caernarfon Castle and Victoria Dock

  • Edward I's colossal building is magnificent and breathtaking. Wander around this huge fortress - children will love the circular stairways up to the towers with their arrow slit walls and creepy dungeons.
  • The Victoria Dock nearby has a theatre and restaurants and Caernarfon has a number of quirky shops including an excellent independent book shop. Palas Prints is a good place for browsing on wet days.

Days Away

Snowdonia National Park

  • This is about 40 minutes away by car. Llanberis, at the foot of Snowdon, is the perfect starting point for a walk to the summit and the Snowdon Mountain Railway starts here. Pick a good day to see the views if going by train. Booking is advisable. Exciting new ventures Zip World and Bounce Below are very popular - the zip wire run is not for the faint-hearted! Bounce Below is in the heart of the old slate mine - huge trampoline nets are set in 2 vast chambers linked together by walkways and slides. Advance booking advisable.

Surf Snowdonia

  • Newly opened in the Conwy Valley this is going to be a hugely popular attraction - 300-meter lagoon which can produce two meter high waves which surfing enthusiasts will love.
Eat & Drink

See below for a selection of pubs, restaurants, and eateries near Beudy Gwydir.

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Bryn Cynan Inn
( 6.9 miles away )

Country Inn serving real ales and an extensive home made menu. Cosy bar & dining room Play area

The Goat Inn
( 7 miles away )

Good pub food in a warm and convivial atmosphere.

The Cliffs Inn
( 7 miles away )

Bar meals served all day during holiday season. Specials board, Sunday lunches & children's menu.

Plas Bodegroes
( 7.2 miles away )

Superb local ingredients are used to create traditional dishes with a modern interpretation.

Polash Balti
( 7.5 miles away )

Delicious food with flavours of India and Bangladesh

Spice Fusion
( 7.5 miles away )

Delicious food with flavours of India and Bangladesh. Takeaway 'watch your food being prepared'

Y Bwtri
( 7.6 miles away )

Delicatessen selling cheese, jars, tins, packets, cooking ingredients, confectionary, hampers & more.

Allports
( 7.6 miles away )

Award winning fish & chips, open all day every day. Telephone orders welcome.

The Ship
( 7.7 miles away )

Formerly the village pub now a bistro serving good food and wine. No bookings taken.

Twnti Seafood Restaurant
( 8.2 miles away )

All sea food is freshly prepared on the premises. A selection of meat dishes is on prepared for non seafood lovers. An extensive wine list is on offer to complete your meal in this pretty wisteria clad, converted barn.

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Beudy Gwydir's beachside location
Trefor holiday cottage  - lounge
Cottage by the sea with hot tub - exterior
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Trefor holiday cottage  - lounge

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