Holiday Cottages In Llanelltyd To Rent
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- 395Edward, August 2018 - verified booking
"Tyne Llwyn is a large and very remote cottage perched on a hillside with incredible views when the weather is nice. The drive to the cottage is occasionally challenging - especially when you first arrive. Ignore the telephone box as the sign for the turn off (its gone) and follow the sat nav, through the housing estate just after the Llanetryd roundabout and drive up the hill. And keep going. Even when you think you must have gone wrong. The cottage is very clean and very comfortable with an Aga in the kitchen, log fires in the two main reception rooms which supplement Geo thermal heating downstairs and oil fired heating upstairs. There is lots of hot water, and an odd bath with built-in basin. The internet is adequate for email. Good during the day, less good at night. Not fast enough for Netflix. Vodafone mobile coverage is good (not sure about other providers). The kitchen is large with an extra TV and some very comfortable old armchairs. It makes a good place for the family to hang out. An outhouse is packed full of seasoned firewood. The cottage is filled with really interesting things. An old fashioned lock on the TV room door, a dog-leg wooden staircase with wooden pins which hold cracked wooden steps together (showing carpentry skills probably disappeared in 21st century UK) and a fireplace with a bread oven. The floors are eccentrically sloped. A charming restoration over the last three years makes this a modern well appointed but historic building. Its not dusty-old - you get the best of modern and historic. Although owners say keep dogs on leads in the garden - there is a cattle grid which keeps dogs from the surrounding fields of sheep, and otherwise effective fencing - and we didn't have a problem. The local butcher is good. Otherwise food is a bit of a challenge. Eating out more so. We got a delivery from Asda - which sorted out supplies. There are loads of great walks nearby - but welsh weather meant we needed rainproof clothing and were glad of our walking boots. You are quite high up - and frequently find you are looking down on the clouds above the valley. At night we were often shrouded in mist (in the clouds). Oh - and just to add - the photos make the rooms look small. They are not. A recommended stay for walkers and dog owners."
- Mr Hulme, August 2018 - verified booking
"Well, what can we say about this accommodation. The location is stunning with breathtaking surroundings and the river at the bottom of the garden gives a wonderful background noise. We were met by Gavin one of the owners on arrival who showed us what we needed for a comfortable stay. There was a courtesy hamper with a few essentials and local produce (thank you) which we enjoyed working our way through. The Annex is well set out with a cosy feel, it had all you could need in the kitchen if you decide to eat in, there were books, dvd's, the Sky TV with Sports was a bonus and children's board games which we made use from. The Wifi worked when it wanted but this was a blessing in disguise as it enabled us to get a way from everything. Gavin and Sarah were perfect host and were around if needed, their boys ( 9 & 7) provided daily entertainment fo my 3 children (9,5 &5) whether it was taking them picking apples in the orchard, fishing by the river, organising football practice / matches or bike races. They were a lovely family and all ensued our stay was the perfect one. The surrounding area of the accommodation was made up of stunning mountain views with the river a constant divide. We had some wonderful walks and would bring the bikes to try the mountain bike trails when we return. Just 15 mins to Barmouth this holiday has all you need just a short trip to the seaside and shorter journey to tranquility off the waterfalls. On the last evening we were treated to a clear sky and the star gaining was unbelievable, I must remember the telescope for the next visit. Wheather you want to enjoy th mountain range and go walking/biking or want to build sand castles on the beach this is the perfect location and the perfect accommodation. We are already looking forward to our next visit."
- Ms Reece, November 2017 - verified booking
"The Annex is a beautiful, spacious and modern barn conversion. The accommodation had recently been renovated to a very high standard and had all modern requirements without compromising on the historical charm of exposed brickwork, original fireplaces and a beautiful log burner. Set in lovely grounds opposite stunning mountain views and a short amble to the bottom of the garden leads to the river. The location is excellent for driving to the local beaches at Barmouth or the many spectacular forest, river or mountains walks, starting a short drive away. The accommodation was immaculately presented and very clean. We received a welcome pack that was really thoughtful and not expected. The owners, Gavin, Sarah, Gethin & Arwyn made us feel very welcome throughout our stay. There was lots of useful information at the cottage on the best walks, they told us how to find local attractions and even how to get to the Bonfire Night celebrations in a nearby field. The neighbours who live a little way down the track were also so welcoming and friendly. The local Spar shop, a useful 5 minutes drive in the car had all we needed. We found the local community just so friendly and helpful. I very rarely revisit a holiday location but this will be one that I go back to again and again because it was so perfect... I know exactly where I will be spending my spring break!"
Jaki - verified booking
"We had a wonderful short break at S59103 over Christmas. Barry was working on the bridge so there to welcome us and told us everything we needed to know to get us settled in. The woodburner had been lit so the house was lovely and cosy for our arrival, the christmas tree was up and decorated, and such a lovely surprise to find some presents under the tree for us and our dog! Such a lovely touch! The bridge was closed on both Christmas day and Boxing day but there was still a steady stream of walkers crossing over the estuary, we were only bothered once and asked to open the bridge at 8pm on Christmas night (not enough fuel to drive around apparently), but luckily Barry had already warned us this might happen and left us instructions on how to handle the situation! The house comes fully equipped and the space has been used well, even though its very compact we were very comfortable and had everything we needed to cook a full christmas lunch. I would definitely recommend this for a couples get away and look forward to staying here again. Fabulous hosts with a fabulous holiday let!"
- Mrs Howells, December 2017 - verified booking
"Don't think the pictures online do this property justice as you cannot get the sense of just how remote this property is. There should be more pictures of the views to and from the property. Also, from the photos, we didn't realize how spacious this grade 2 listed building is. Very quirky, roomy, comfortable and cosy with the two log burners and Aga. Beds were comfy too and plenty of hot water. Possibly a mirror in each would have been useful and three rooms lacked wardrobe space, but not really a negative. The four of us and two doggies really enjoyed our Christmas here. Lovely welcome from owner who also brought up some Christmas dec's and lights for the tree, previously put up upon our request, thanks. Stunning walks, but dogs have to be on leads directly from the house as plenty of sheep around. Also there are old mine shafts still visible, and although they have been fenced off, you need to be careful and stick to the paths. A little drizzle of snow also made this area very beautiful indeed. Very lovely all in all. Thank you."