Cae'r Meddyg Farmhouse Snowdonia & Anglesey

£515 - £1485 per week

Why We Reccommend Cae'r Meddyg Farmhouse

Scenic Nantcol and Cwm Bychan Valleys close to this delightful woodland retreat near Harlech's golden beaches in North Wales.


North Wales Woodland retreat near Harlech
  • Step back in time as you drive down a tiny lane bounded by moss covered walls and oak trees to reach this woodland retreat, a beautifully restored magical 17th Century farmhouse.
  • Within a short drive of golden sandy beaches at Harlech and lovely valley walks from your door, the cottage is full of rustic charm.
  • There is a cosy sitting room with a large wood burner, high beamed ceiling - the beams were reputedly salvaged from a shipwreck - and shuttered windows in the pretty bedrooms.
  • The long stylish kitchen with its refectory table is ideal for leisurely meals and a glass gable end wall with doors opening onto a stone flagged patio gives it a contemporary twist.
  • The North Wales farmhouse woodland retreat is surrounded by a large mature garden with lawns and woods which children will love exploring, while adults relax on the sun dappled patio with distant views of Cardigan Bay and the Lleyn Peninsula.


Llanbedr, North Wales village
  • This pretty village is a leisurely walk away and there is a choice of 2 excellent pubs for a spot of refreshment.
Nantcol & Cwm Bychan Valleys
  • Explore these 2 lovely North Wales valleys. A tine country lane from the woodland retreat leads up to the Nantcol Valley and from here follow the river up the Cwm Bychan Valley - look out for feral goats, swooping sparrow hawks, a mysterious lake and ancient chestnut trees.
Salem Chapel, Cefncymerau near Llanbedr
  • Salem Chapel and attached caretakers cottage is now a Cadw Grade II listed building. The chapel was made famous by artist Sydney Curnow Vosper (1866 -1942) who painted an old lady, Sian Owen, in a stove pipe hat and Welsh costume attending the chapel. A copy of the painting hangs in the chapel. The original hangs in the Lady Lever Art Gallery, Liverpool. This painting has become an icon of Welsh nonconformists. Copies can be found in many old Welsh homes.Non conformity in Wales contributed significantly to the education of the rural and working classes during the latter 1700's and whole of the 1800's.
Shell Island, Harlech Beach & Coastal Path near North Wales woodland retreat
  • Miles of golden sands at Shell Island and Harlech, the Coastal Path now joins these spectacular beaches, stop off at Llandanwg Beach and visit the 12th Century church in the sand dunes.
Harlech, North Wales
  • Visit Harlech's magnificent castle - enjoy lovely homemade ice cream near the Castle or an award winning tea at the Cemlyn Tearoom, also recommended for food is the Red Lion pub and for a special treat Castle Cottage Restaurant.
Royal St Davids Golf Course, Harlech near North Wales woodland retreat
  • This fabulous golf course was founded in 1894 and is in perhaps one of the finest locations in Britain and gained its 'Royal' status when the Prince of Wales (Duke of Windsor, later King Edward VIII) played here in the 1930's. Nationally and internationally renowned as a premier course and considered one of the finest links in the world.
Portmeirion, North Wales
  • Do visit Portmeirion, the Italian architectural folly famous for the cult film The Prisoner and full of interesting shops and walks.
Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways
  • The terminus of the famous Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways is at Porthmadog both go through the sublime Snowdonia countryside.
Barmouth & Mawwdach Estuary
  • Barmouth is a small seaside resort nearby with much to offer - enjoy a coffee in one of the town's oldest buildings 'Davy Jones' Locker' and watch the activities in the harbour.
  • Walk over the Victorian railway bridge that straddles the magnificent Mawddach Estuary and enjoy the amazing views.
  • Check the Dragon Theatre which has a year round programme from cabaret to film screenings.Bring a bike and join the cycle route from just outside this cottage check Lon Ardudwy on the web.
  • Explore one of the most beautiful villages in Snowdonia, enjoy a riverside walk and visit the legendary grave of Gelert, the famous dog!
Plas Brodanw Gardens, North Wales
  • The former home home of Clough Williams Ellis (who developed Portmeirion) is set at the entrance of the enchanting Croesor Valley - well worth exploring. Enjoy these unique gardens and newly opened café - scrumptious home made cakes!
RSPB Glaslyn Osprey
  • This project is close to Brondanw Gardens with a public viewings scheme open from April to the end of August where you can use telescopes and see live footage from the nest-cam.
Days away
  • A short drive will take you to Criccieth, Gateway to the Lleyn Peninsula. Explore this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with a rugged coast, lovely beaches, sleepy villages, attractions and activities to entertain all ages.
Year round holidays can be enjoyed in this charming retreat in north Wales woodland near Harlech.


3 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6. 1 Double with Kingsize bed on ground floor. 1 Double with 'linked' bed and 1 Double on 1st floor.  

Sitting Room with inglenook and large wood burner with selection of books and DVD's.

Kitchen/Diner luxury with range cooker, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, microwave, i pod dock, long refectory table, door to patio. 

Cloakroom with WC & washbasin on 1st floor . Bath/Shower room on ground floor

Utility Room washing machine, dryer.

Grounds extensive lawns and woodland, garden furniture, barbecue, stone flagged patio. 

Bicycle Storage.

For an extra cost the property can be rented for a total of 10 people which includes an extra annex sleeping 4 to include - 1 Double, 1 Bunk bedroom and shower room with wc on ground floor - please call for details.

Additional Information


Short breaks - Winter

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Friday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes, ample

Fuel - Central heating and starter pack of logs inclusive May to September. Outside these dates £50 p/w

Dogs - No

Travel cot - Yes

Highchair - Yes


Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

Is there a gate to open? No

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? Yes

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? Yes

Are there paths? Yes

Are paths level and firm? Yes

Type of suface Gravel

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes

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