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The owner of Galeri Harlech Townhouse has taken extra steps to undertake a COVID-19 Risk Assessment and has a process in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing, in accordance with the Visit Britain 'We're Good To Go' scheme.
You will be staying in this entire home with you and your loved ones. Plus have piece of mind that this property has an enclosed garden for added security and privacy.
Check-in from 4:00PM and Check out by 10:00AM
Galeri Harlech Townhouse was handpicked by our team to join our portfolio. Here's just a few of the reasons we think you'll love staying in Galeri Harlech Townhouse too!
This sophisticated Harlech holiday home is situated above ”Galeri Harlech” and is located right in the heart of this vibrant castle town. Perched between the mountains of Snowdonia and the beautiful coastline of Cardigan Bay, the house is right on the High Street, with coastal & castle views from many of the windows. All the amenities are within walking distance, including a lovely selection of shops, cafes and restaurants. A parking permit will be issued for parking in the nearby car park (Deposit needed).
There are three main bedrooms on the 2nd floor; One double looks out towards the sea and castle, whilst the other double has charming street and green hillside views and an ensuite shower room, the twin room has twin aspect windows looking out over the street at the front and the sea. All bedrooms are pristine clean with elegant fresh linen on Victorian-style beds. The large family bathroom at the top of the stairs has what can only be described as the best view in Wales from its roll-top bath.
The living area on the 1st floor of this traditional property provides a lovely large open plan space in which to relax or watch the people go by on the street below. At one end a large picture window offers stunning views of the castle, which is only some 60 metres away, the sandy coastline and across to sea to the Llyn Peninsula beyond. Sofa's and armchairs face onto a large feature fireplace on a slate hearth. There is a small library corner with another sofa, just the spot for a bit of reading.
At mealtime, the traditional dining table in the open plan kitchen dining area offers a wonderful place in which to gather for some delicious home-cooked meals. Again dual aspect of sea and street.
The kitchen is well equipped with a large fridge freezer, electric oven and hob, dishwasher and washing machine. Plenty of storage room in the retro design fitted units and worktop areas.
The property is accessed to the side of the Galeri, via a passageway leading to the entrance staircase,
There is a bathroom cloakroom on the landing of the 1st floor, with stunning views of the sea, beach and local area.
The Gallery below is a Community venture run as a cooperative, set up by the property owners to encourage local artists and crafters to display and market their work.
This part of Snowdonia is a great place to stay with a plethora of history and culture on your doorstep with castles, ancient monuments, gardens and stunning sandy beaches. Perfectly located for exploring other parts of the area too; such as the Llyn Peninsula and the heart of the Snowdonia mountains where there are countless things to do and beautiful towns to visit.
Sleeping a maximum of 6 guests in 3 bedrooms (2 doubles and 1 twin room).
The property is accessed to the side of the Galeri, via a passageway leading to the entrance staircase and steps up to the entrance door.
Entrance hall with hanging space for coats and shoes - bookshelves.
Lounge: on the first floor of this traditional property, a lovely large open plan space in which to relax or watch the people go by on the street below.
At one end a large picture window offers stunning views of Harlech Castle, which is only some 60 metres away. The sandy coastline of Harlech beach stretches out below and across to sea to the Llyn Peninsula in the distance. Vintage Sofa's and armchairs face onto a large feature fireplace on a slate hearth. There is a small library corner with an armchair, just the spot for a bit of reading on a stormy afternoon. The fireplace is not in use, but the property has central heating throughout. TV.
Bedrooms: There are three main bedrooms on the 2nd floor; One double looks directly out towards the sea and castle, whilst the other double has charming street and green hillside views and an ensuite shower room, the twin room has twin aspect windows looking out over the street at the front and the sea to the side. All bedrooms are pristine clean with elegant fresh linen on Victorian style beds.
1st floor carpeted dining room open plan to kitchen, with seating for 6. Street views to the front and furnished with an eclectic blend of antiques and works of art. Get together at mealtimes around the traditional dining table, a wonderful place to share some delicious home cooked meals.
There is a cloakroom on the landing of the 1st floor, with WC and washbasin, stunning views of the sea, beach and local area.
Kitchen: well equipped with a large fridge freezer, electric oven and hob, dishwasher and washing machine. Plenty of storage room in the retro design fitted units and worktop areas.
Bathrooms: The large family bathroom on the 2nd floor has what can only be described as the best view in Wales from its roll top bath.
The back garden is terraced and has fantastic views. Here, guests can look out over the castle rising up in the heart of town. Beyond, the Cardigan Bay coastline can be seen sweeping from left to right towards Porthmadog and towards the tip of the Llyn Peninsula.
Short breaks - All year (excluding school holidays)
WiFi - Yes
Changeover - Friday
Towels - Yes (please bring your own beach towels)
Parking - A parking permit will be provided on arrival. Parking is on a first come first served basis at the local Long Stay Car Park (approx 4 mins walk). Loading/unloading is available directly outside the property. On-street parking is time-controlled as per signage. (1 or 2hrs only on main streets).
Fuel - Inclusive
Pets - 2 dogs welcome, free of charge
Travel cot - On request (linen not provided)
Highchair - On request
Linen - Yes, included as standard
Please note: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, certain facilities at some of our properties may not be deliverable. This may include - but is not limited to - swimming pools, hot tubs, and some shared communal areas. If you have a specific enquiry, please contact us by email here. Thank you for your understanding.
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If you would like more information on the local area, please call us on 01348 837871 to speak to one of our friendly team.
Alongside the traditional past times of walking, climbing and beach days that the area is famous for, the last few years have seen the introduction to some of the world's best adventure activities including Zipworld and Surf Snowdonia.
A small pleasant town dominated by the magnificent Norman castle with distinctive small shops, courtyard antiques, good restaurants and cafes, post office, chemist and a filling station - also the Royal St Davids' Golf Course, one of the finest links courses in Wales.
Harlech Beach 1/2 mile away
The totally natural and unspoilt sweeping Harlech beach is perfect on a hot summers day for sun, sea and sand.
The beautiful wooded Maentwrog Valley is close by with walkways recently restored by the National Trust and National Park.
If you like ancient monuments there are many close to Harlech including Bryn Cader Faner stone circle, you'll need to get your hiking boots on though as it's a fair walk up there but well worth the effort.
Porthmadog Maritime Museum
Porthmadog Maritime Museum tells the story of world-famous topsail schooners and other vessels associated with the rich maritime heritage of the area.
Portmeirion village is less than a 15-minute drive away - allow plenty of time to spend the day here and take some amazing photographs of the stunning colourful architecture.
Precipice Walk Dolgellau
This family-friendly three-mile walk takes about one and a half hours. It offers stunning views of the Mawddach estuary and Snowdonia, not to be missed.
Beddgelert Mountain Village
Do visit Beddgelert a traditional mountain village with wonderful views and walks. While there take a look at the resting place of the famous dog Gelert and read his tragic story.
Less than an hours drive will take you all along the Llyn Peninsula stretching 30 miles out into the Irish Sea with Bardsey, 'Island of 20,000 Saints', off the southern tip. Most of the peninsula is designated An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Discover glorious unspoiled beaches, secret coves and a dramatic coastline with towering sea cliffs, mudflats, heath, farmland and sleepy villages.
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