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"Porth Elenydd is a lovely, and very much unique house. It is something of a rabbit warren of rooms, and there is plenty of space. The setting is lovely - a large amount of garden space, with lots of trees. It rained during our stay so we didn't use it, but there was a very nice looking set of outdoor furniture on a patio. There is a lot of equipment in the kitchen, which is great for a holiday house - lots of plateware, glasses, pots and pans etc. The dining room is a fairly long way from the kitchen, but is a large space with a lovely long glass window, a nice spot to sit and eat in. There is a table in the kitchen that seats four. The porch (mud room) was very useful for keeping wet clothes and boots out of the house. This is a house that contains a lot of stuff, so is not a place to stay if you're a minimalist! The upstairs bedrooms do share a bathroom, and that bathroom doesn't have a door, so that absolutely needs to be taken into consideration if you're a large group of people thinking of staying there! The smaller of the two rooms upstairs has two single beds, and not much other space, with a sloping roof. Very much a room for only sleeping in, and better suited to children. A great bonus was that a hot tub was installed just prior to our visit, and we enjoyed making use of that on several occasions. It was very hot, so not something you'd sit in for very long, but certainly enjoyable! Our main problem with this house is that whilst it is advertised as having wifi, which is technically does, it was incredibly weak and basically didn't work. It was enough for the occasional text message, but even things like emails and messages via facebook messenger weren't downloading at the house - they all flooded in when I connected to wifi at the pub down the road. One of our party had an important skype meeting set up for during our stay, and had to go elsewhere to do that, which was very inconvenient. I think that having the property advertised as having wifi is misleading, as it was ineffective for us."
Deborah - verified booking
"I feel that the owners of the property were disingenuous by mixing descriptions of two of there other properties alongside the one we rented for a week.IT WAS NOT ON A FARM as we expected, but tucked alongside the main road (right next to it). There was not one blade of grass for my grandchildren to play on only rough aggregate hardstanding for cars. The so called lovely patio was a small flagged area in the corner with a table, chairs, umbrella and a BBQ. Right next to the wall with the road the other side of it.We paid over £1,400 for the week for a mediocre property, quite dark inside, and not as well equipped as I understood it would be. No sieve, DVD player would not work. Several signs throughout the property telling us what we could not do, which I was cross about, given the circumstances.The equine centre was across the road (which was busy at times - and we never found the so-called track to the beach) again somewhere across the road.While tidying up to leave, my son moved the beds to vacuum behind them and it was obvious that it was some considerable time since they had been moved.All in all, the stay was very disappointing, I would not recommend this property for anyone with children, no nice playing area and balls etc could easily go over the wall and end up in the road, or hit passing vehicles.I feel that the description of the property as fairytale and could not think of one nice aspect of staying there the whole week!!!!"
Dorothy - verified booking
"Heather is a warm and welcoming host, calling a few days beforehand to let us know about local walks and things to do in the area. The house was warm, the beds were comfortable and the kitchen was equipped with everything you need to cook. The showers were hot and had great pressure. Heather left us with a welcome hamper, which everyone appreciated. There were 5 of us - 2 adults and 3 children (14, 12 and 10) and our elderly dog. It is a peaceful location (especially since there is no mobile reception and the WiFi is quite poor).If you have young children, there are a lot of fiddly bits in the house (ornaments / clutter) that I would worry that young curious children could destroy. The garden is not enclosed or secure. The ad says that the boundary fence in the garden may not be secure for small pets. It definitely wasn't as a ram kept visiting the property daily causing a bit of stress for our dog.The kitchen table only allows 4 to sit at it. For more than that, you can use the dining room / conservatory, but you have to carry your food through the house to get to it, which is on the other side of the house.There is a washing machine and a dryer to use. The owner asks for a discretionary charge of £2 / wash and dry. The wood burning fireplace was cosy and easy to use and an lovely feature. We had a lovely peaceful time."
Suzanne - verified booking
"Maybe we should have looked into the property further but we just didn’t anticipate how far from the main road it was. It became a family joke that it would take 15-20 mins to get back to “civilisation” when we went out, and it was such a drudge when coming back after a day out exploring - there was certainly no popping back out after tea or taking a stroll down to the local! Not having TV or internet didn’t bother us but the feeling of isolation did.Also it’s very important to note that it doesn’t suit a family of four at all (as per the description) unless the two children are under 12 years old. My 15 year old had to sleep downstairs as one of the beds are only accessible to those who are small/short. The double bed has no support to the mattress whatsoever which didn’t suit my husband with spinal issues. In the end we managed to check in for two nights somewhere else and cut our holiday short, so we stayed 4 out of 7 nights at the cottage - we just couldn’t tolerate the isolation any longer. We left a bag of kindling and a bag and half of firewood we had purchased for the next lodgers to enjoy - but be mindful of the fumes which gave us all headache unless we kept the door open! (CO2 detectors are in situ).Not for us. We won’t be returning to Cwm Penmachno!"
Lesley - verified booking
"Wow! Absolutely loved this cottage from the minute we stepped foot inside. Met the owners as we arrived and they gave us all the information we needed along with the helpful books with instructions and information for everything. We arrived just in time for the Pennal show weekend, and the village could not have been more welcoming. Machynlleth is only a very short drive to the shops and Aberdovey only a bit longer to reach the lovely beach. We also visited Aberystwyth and Barmouth and checked out the awesome Mach loop! Corrie craft centre is also worth a visit. The kids really enjoyed the games room in the evenings and the dogs loved the long walks up the hills and along the river.But the best thing is sitting in the garden and looking at the stunning scenery. Worth every penny!If you are looking for somewhere more metropolitan then Pennal then this not for you. If you are looking for a comfortable and well equipped cottage with stunning views of Snowdonia National Park, I cannot recommend Trellywell highly enough."