Price reduction of £60 for 1 to 3 guests.
De ligging is heel mooi alhoewel de weg ernaartoe misschien iets beter beschreven kon zijn. Eens je het weet is het geen probleem meer. Het sanitair is hier en daar wel wat aan vernieuwing toe. De eigenaars zijn zijn héél vriendelijk en steeds bereid om hulp te bieden en uitleg te geven over de omgeving. Zeer zeker een aanrader voor mensen die van rust en natuur houden. We hadden een fantastische tijd met de hele familie.
Lovely cottage in a beautiful location. Great for exploring local area. A hidden gem.
Reply from: Jill
Thank you for your review, glad that you enjoyed your stay in this beautiful part of Wales.
A really good location in a quiet position overlooking the sea. The views were far better than expected and the owners were friendly.
Escape the pace of everyday life at this delightful barn conversion, relax and enjoy the tranquility of the beautiful countryside and the glorious views.
Set against a backdrop of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this holiday barn conversion has everything you need for a relaxing break.
Decorated and furnished with comfort throughout, you'll feel very much at home here from the moment you arrive.
With three bedrooms and three bathrooms, this airy, welcoming property makes for a fantastic base for exploring North Wales must see places; in fact there is so much to do its hard to know where to begin!
Black Rock Sands is just a few minutes drive away if sandy beaches are calling, or the mountains of Snowdonia and the Highland Railways are within easy reach too for a daytrip. The popular towns of Porthmadog and Criccieth are just 3 miles away and are both well worth a visit.
After a busy day exploring, relax back in the spacious living/dining room and soak up the sea and mountain views. The huge patio doors lead out onto the patio area where you can dine alfresco on warmer days, enjoying the views and sunsets. In the evening there is little or no light pollution - perfect for soaking up the starry skies.
The well equipped kitchen, with dining suite for 4, also offers those superb sea and mountain views - all set against a backdrop of hills, smalls farms and miles of stone walls.
Make Caer Ffynnon your base for exploring the Lleyn Peninsula, An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with a fabulous coastline and myriad glorious unspoiled beaches - all in all a winning combination.
3 bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6. Master Bedroom with Kingsize bed and ensuite bathroom and corner bath on 1st floor; 1 Double with Kingsize bed and ensuite shower room, 1 Twin on ground floor via 2 steps.
Bathroom on ground floor with four steps - full suite.
Kitchen/Diner fully fitted with electric cooker, microwave, fridge, dishwasher. Dining suite for 4. Superb sea and mountain views.
Lounge attractive open ceiling and patio door incorporated into the original arched barn door. Stunning sea and mountain views from the comfort of your lounge. Stone fireplace (in use), comfortable seating, flat screen TV with Sky + DVD/CD, dining suite for 6
Cloakroom with freezer & washing machine
Grounds circular stone floodlit patio, garden furniture, small open lawn.
Short breaks - Winter
WiFi - Yes very fast - 26mbps
Changeover - Saturday
Towels - Yes
Parking - Yes, ample
Fuel - £50 per week Sept - April. Free starter bag of logs by prior arrangement.
Dogs - 2 welcome free
Cot - Yes
Highchair - Yes
Bed linen - Included as standard
Black Rock Sands
Just a few minutes drive by car is Black Rocks Sands. A fine sandy beach which you can drive your car onto - great for families with small children.
The busy harbour town of Porthmadog has a range of shops, supermarket, bank, chemist, internet cafe, post office, filling station, vet, doctors surgeries as well as being home to the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways and on Cambrian Coast Railway line. There is also an excellent links golf course.
Criccieth beaches and town
With its magnificent castle, coastal location, wealth of interesting shops to explore and a choice of places to eat and drink, Criccieth is well worth a visit.
Boasting two Blue Flag beaches either side of the romantic ruined castle on the hillside, the town skirts the shoreline with plenty of independent shops selling meat, fish and fresh vegetables. There are many good restaurants and cafes indulge in freshly made ice cream at renowned Cadwalladers or superb fish and chips at the shop opposite.
Criccieth offers a variety of excellent places to eat out. Try stylish and informal Dylan's overlooking the beach, small family owned Poachers where local produce is used to create a menu with international influences, popular flower bedecked Castle Inn, a friendly Welsh tavern with good food, Tir a Mor day time cafe/restaurant,Castle Fish & Chips for traditional seaside meals, The Moelwyn, Y Sgwar and the Moorings Bistro.
Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways
Both railways have their terminus at Porthmadog, the Ffestiniog crosses the embankment which offers sublime views of Snowdon and the magnificent Glaslyn Estuary before steaming upwards through the wooded valley of Maentwrog to Blaenau Ffestiniog. Stop there and visit the Llechwedd Slate Caverns or for the more adventurous try the longest zip wire run in the world - a very popular new feature. The Welsh Highland goes in the opposite directions through the famous Aberglaslyn Pass and onto Caernarfon - whose mighty castle is well worth a visit.
Royal St Davids Golf Course
An ideal base for a golfing holiday as this Snowdonia barn conversion is close to one of Wales' premier golf courses - Royal St Davids, Harlech.
Glaslyn Ospreys RSPB
Follow the fortunes of a breeding pair of ospreys, north Wales' most celebrated birds. Watch live activities in the nest via a web cam or from bird hides equipped with powerful telescopes and binoculas out in the nature. Ornithologists & enthusiasts will be aware of another successful breeding pair at Ynys Hir near Machynlleth.
The Italianate village of Portmeirion built on its own wooded peninsula is a beautiful location to visit. Designed by Sir Clough Williams Ellis to show how a naturally beautiful site could be developed. Made famous by the tv series The Prisoner in the 1960's.
The energetic of all ages will enjoy a day at Lleyn Adventure Activities. Choose coasteering, canyoning, climbing, abseiling, scenic walks and more. Qualified instructors will ensure you have a safe and exciting experience.
Do visit Caernarfon Castle, architecturally one of the most impressive Welsh castles. It's sheer scale and commanding presence still dominates today. There are imaginative exhibitions to browse and the Regimental Museum of the Royal Welsh Fusiliers, Wales' oldest regiment.
Make a tour into the magnificent Snowdonia National Park. Discover breathtaking scenery, magnificent mountains a rugged coastline, steam trains, Snowdon Mountain Railway, thrilling adventures such as Zip Wire, Bounce Below, Treetop Adventures, Fforest Coaster and Surf Snowdonia, historic buildings, industrial heritage and great local produce.
A great location in peace and tranquility awaits you at Caer Ffynnon. Enjoy year round North Wales holidays for up to 6 guests and 2 dogs here.
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