Holiday Cottages In Llwyngwril To Rent
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This village has a rich history, there is a prehistoric hill fort, Quaker burial ground and local legend involving a giant. It’s an intriguing place to visit. Llwyngwril also offers wonderful sea views, and if you’re lucky it has been possible to spot dolphins and seals. Enjoy a day on the beach, or head in the other direction and explore Snowdonia. This National Park is ideal for nature lovers and offers plenty of ways to get active too.
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bkfrombrum - verified booking
"The first thing to say is that this is one of our very favourite rentals. A beautiful, well fitted, cottage for two in a pleasant, quirky village. One warning, however, the two internal staircases are steep, those with mobility problems should be aware. On entering the front door you are into a good size sittingroom with two leather settees and a TV with DVD. (There are a selection of DVDs available). The bathroom is off this room. Again well fitted and modern. A small, really small, bath with an efficient electric shower above. Stairs up from the living room lead to the bedroom which features a comfortable king-size bed. There is adequate storage in the wardrobe and two bedside cabinets. Leading down from the living room are the stone steps to the dining room and kitchen. The dining room also has a leather settee and wooden table with four chairs. Although the whole house is served by an efficient heating system there is a wood-burning stove in the dining room. We were blessed with great weather during our stay and so I cannot comment on its efficiency! The kitchen, though compact, is equipped with all that the visitor might require. A full-sized cooker, microwave and refrigerator as well as toaster and kettle and all the pots, pans and ancillary cooking equipment that you may need in a holiday let. A door from the kitchen leads to the highlight of the cottage, the riverside patio. Laid out with table and chairs this is an ideal place to take breakfast in the morning and wine in the evening watching the wagtails, dippers and the robin. The door to the kitchen from the dining room is very low and I guarantee you will bump your head at least once! I kept my hat on! All in all I heartily recommend S78460. One more thing. The plumbing depends on two Saniflow systems, one for the bathroom and one in the kitchen. While the bathroom gave us no problem, the kitchen unit broke down halfway through our stay. A phone call to the owner resulted in great efforts to solve the problem, including a visit from a local plumber the next day. Unfortunately, the problem could not be solved before our stay ended. This was a minor inconvenience but did not affect our enjoyment. The owner kept us updated on progress regularly by text and was obviously concerned. We were very pleased with his attention. The cottage is well placed for visiting around the area. The village shop is literally next door, over the bridge and there is a pub 100 yards away! Book with no worries, you will love it."
- Ms Shepherd, September 2016 - verified booking
"POSITIVES: We were three generations ranging in age from 19 - 83 and all liked the upstairs open plan layout as it was very spacious and allowed us all room to spread out. This area of Wales was new to us all (previously we had all gone as far as Bala where my brother lives) - we chose a good week weather-wise as when it did rain it was mostly overnight and we all enjoyed the fantastic scenery and the quiet roads as we visited various places nearby using cars mostly but did manage one coastal train trip to Harlech. We also visited Portmeirion, Barmouth, Tywyn, Portmadog and Bala and managed to fit in some walking and climbing and a nearby Red Bull mountain biking event in nearby Dolgellau. The local pub in Llwyngwril was excellent and under new management since July 2016 - we ate there as a family twice and both meals were excellent and the staff were very warm and welcoming. MINOR NIGGLES; The bathrooms were okay on the whole but we did have a problem with the toilet in the room with a bath - it was not attached to floor securely and pipework from cistern to WC moved and caused water to run over the floor - we did put it back in but my elderly parents were reluctant to use it. The guttering to the right side of the property was full of weeds etc and overflowed noisily when it rained overnight. The owners of the property were contactable (mobile signals permitting) and they did respond quickly to these two concerns but it was unclear when they would be attended to. It would have been useful to have mirrors in all the bedrooms and as the televisions provided in two of the bedrooms only used videos were not much good - better not to have them really. The cleaner turned up early and parked outside the front of the property - half of our party had left around 9.00am but our car was parked in the nearby car-park."
- Mr Newhouse, September 2018 - verified booking
"The beds were comfortable the heating and the shower powerful and hot, and we felt very happy staying there! It is a credit to its owners and we found it very clean everywhere on arrival. The Bungalow is well situated and has views of the bay from the lounge window - something of a great for us seeing the sea every morning as we live in the Centre of England - and from where we could easily check to confirm that the train was running, not that it didn’t even during the storms we experienced during our visit! The station is a ten minute walk and offers a very convenient and inexpensive service into Barmouth, £4 return, and the opportunity to travel over the Railway Viaduct across the Mawddach Estuary. A well stocked Co-Op is to be found next to the Station there also! You can take the train to places north in Snowdonia, such as Harlech and Porthmadog and south to Aberdyfi and Machynlleth - all in were in easy reach if you preferred to leave the car at home. We used S4929 as a base for travelling on some of the “Great Little Trains of Wales”, one of which, the Talyllyn was a 15 minute drive away south based in the seaside resort of Towyn, where we spent a memorable day on “The Victorian Train” which runs on selected Thursdays in June, July and September. All in all, we found that the village was well situated for easy access to the surrounding areas, and the neighbours and locals polite and very friendly. The wide range of specially knitted knitted artefacts, displayed in many different places throughout Llwyngwril."
DECKCHAIR_13 - verified booking
"Small cottage on a roadside bend. Temporary park space on opposite side to unload. On opening the front door, we were both Pleasantly surprised,of the room that there is, as from outside looks quite small. On three levels, lower ground dining and kitchen area. Dining room a bit dark always had light on, kitchen overlooked small river running by, a pleasure to do washing up. Outside kitchen stable door is table and chairs we're we sat every second spare,drink in coffee or wine. Everything is as described,but would like to add stairs down to kitchen for anyone with walking difficulties would not recommend. We had no problems until the day after we climbed Snowdon then had to go down carefully. The area is outstanding,with beach about 1/4 mile away, same route for request stop station timetable in cottage,a good scenic train ride. There is a shop next door with river between, and pub just down road,both I would imagine struggling. Getting back to cottage,some of the best night's sleep have had for along time,bed comfortable,and peaceful village.I have already thanked owner Michael for a good holiday,and would recommend any day."
Mrs Doncaster - verified booking
"There is ample of hot water, there are three good showers. The open space kitchen living area is excellent and works well. There are books and games to keep you entertained if needed. There is a play park short walking distance, suitable for young children. Asda do online delivery. The village shop is opposite. Otherwise there is a Co op at Tywyn, about a 10 minute drive. Aberdovey is a further 10 minutes and worth going to. Short walk to railway station and a pleasant walk to a pebbly beach. The parking for a single vehicle outside is tight but there is a nearby car park, which can also be full but you should be able to find somewhere nearby. There are no plastic plates bowls, cutlery for younger children. The children bedrooms on same floor as living area so open to noise. There is only one set of keys. The key safe does not operate correctly. The village pub had just closed down. There is no outside patio or garden. A stair gate would be useful. One of the cots had a base missing."