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James - verified booking
"A truly wonderful barn conversion in a breathtakingly beautiful location. The property is located near to the small village of Penmachno in the heart of Snowdonia with all that it has to offer in easy reach. We travelled with our 2 dogs and were made to feel very welcome. There are an abundance of trails and footpaths on your doorstep and on a couple of occasions we didn't even need to use the car to enjoy all that the area has to offer. The owners were charming and completely unobtrusive, but ready and willing to help if you needed any advice on the local are or amenities. The cottage was incredibly well equipped and I can honestly say this was one occasion where we didn't ever say "wouldn't it be nice if it had...". There were even flutes for the champagne we brought with us!The barn conversion has many original features including evidence of the original beams, an open plan living and dining area with a magnificent fire place and wood burning stove as the focal point. This really does throw out the heat! The bedroom is off to the right of the entrance hall and again is spacious and has a super comfortable bed. It was so quiet and dark we had some of the best sleep in a long time and the entire property was spotlessly clean.Worth going outside at night just to gaze up at the stars, so little light pollution you get a spectacular view of the night sky.We had a truly wonderful week away and if you are a couple with or without pets, this is an absolute gem of a place in an enviable location."
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!"
Ilona - verified booking
"We spent a fab week at this lovely, quirky cottage. The location is great for hill walking, with amazing trails (ie. Snowdonia slate trail) literally on the doorstep. Beautiful place both in the sunshine and under the snow. The cottage was homely, and pet-friendly which was a plus. The logburner will keep you cosy on cold evenings - make sure you have enough wood for the first night though... bring extra clothes in winter, and prepare for (lots of) rain anytime. Don't expect city luxury, shops, tv, phone signal or internet. The equipment is basic, but sufficient. The owner was amazing and handled my silly requests most kindly and efficiently ! Cycling sadly wasn't possible due to the weather, otherwise it should be a great activity in the area. The cottage really is recommended for walkers and nature loving folks, or those who want a break far away from the crowds, in simplicity. We would absolutely love to come back again."
Jane - verified booking
"Wonderful location, spectacular views and ideal central base for exploring lots of fantastic parts of Wales. Only minor disappointment - and it is very minor - is that we thought the freezer would be in the cottage block and easily accessible, whereas it is in the adjoining barn. We did not use it, and managed easily with the fridge and its freezer compartment, so it was just a minor misunderstanding on our part, but otherwise everything we could think of was provided. Really comfortable, warm beds, a lovely welcome tray with tea and coffee, home-made biscuits, flowers from the garden, milk in the fridge. Very nice bathroom and walk-in shower. The information folder with planned routes is brilliant, and we used route 1 daily and part of route 2- very clear instructions. Work commitments meant we had to leave a day early, which was a shame, and we hope to return soon."
Morley - verified booking
"If you want to stay in a quiet, comfortable holiday cottage in an idyllic rural setting seemingly in the middle of nowhere, where the only sounds to disturb your peace are the cries of lambs calling their mums and the twittering of birds, then this is the place for you. My house is quiet, but Maybill Cottage is an order more peaceful.We were loathe to leave it. We were lucky with the weather. I'd guess it could be wild and cold in winter. The only criticism I have is that the lounge is very dark and the electric lighting is inadequate, especially for reading. (P.S. the grassy track leading to the cottage was a bonus for us; no session of lane-wandering is complete for us unless we find ourselves going down at least one lane with grass down the middle and we get lost at least once!)"