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Dolwyddelan Self Catering
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What our customers are saying about our Self Catering Holidays In Dolwyddelan.
Philippa - verified booking
"The spacious accommodation is in a good location in an attractive village with two local bars, local spar and opportunity for walking and cycling from the doorstep. You can’t park outside but there are plenty of spaces in Church Street almost across the road which is fine. It’s listed as two star but even so, falls below standard in many areas. On our arrival outside, we were not initially impressed because the refuse bins were overflowing, the garden furniture was unusable and dangerous, pathways overgrown with weeds and rotting front windowsill. In the kitchen, the floors were discoloured, two cooker rings not working, no grill pan, frying pan with no handle (and no Teflon), slugs appeared in the evening, mouldy wall next to window, dirty/mouldy fridge seal, back door security almost non-existent, and water pooling in the utility room when it rained heavy.Around the house some of the fixtures and fittings needed repair such as curtains hanging off in the back twin room, curtain rail sagging in the lounge, radiator cover falling apart in lounge and severely loose floorboards on the landing. There was wall mould in the back twin room and bare plaster patch next to the front door. Décor and furniture tired.In one en-suite, the basin hot tap and shower did not work. This left us with one shower for the group in one of the en-suites. This shower tray had mouldy seals and the water very slow to drain. We reported the faulty shower immediately(1st September) but I note that nearly three weeks later it was reported as still not working in another review.We complained via the agents about the standard of the property but didn’t receive an apology from the owner who attributed the issues to the building being old. I am suspicious of other high scoring reviews."
Jason - verified booking
"Very cosy little cottage - it's 160 years old and quite compact. It could do with some TLC, it probably always does. But it is perfectly comfortable. We cooked most nights and were covered for all the equipment we needed, just about. Ideal for a family that is doing walking or outings by day and watching movies of an evening.Dolwyddelan is a cute village. The pub is lovely (only one ale on draught, this might be different in the summer, if that matters to you) and being accustomed to London prices we couldn't believe how cheap the beer was. There is a Spar shop in the village which is really handy - fuel for the open fire available and keenly priced, and open for parts of Christmas and Boxing Days. There are some good walks right from the door. Fairly convenient for Porthmadog, Capel Curig, Betws-y-Coed, Llandudno, Snowdon, Blaenau Ffestiniog.For winter users, the cottage may be cold when you arrive if nobody was there before you - but it does warm up if you run the storage heaters and the lovely open fire (note - the kitchen storage heater was not working for our visit). The included "initial fuel" was literally enough to get your fire going, but to be fair the logs from the Spar are inexpensive.The parking space is not too bad but it is best to have someone guide you in. There are 18 stone steps down to the cottage from the parking space so you need to be mobile, especially when loading/unloading the car, or after walking up and down Snowdon!The bottle of Cava was a nice touch. Definitely on our list if we were coming back to the area."
Lesley - verified booking
"Whilst Eirianfa was a great location and good pubs nearby we had a number of disappointments. We overlooked the fact that there was no Wifi or towels (neither of which was mentioned on the website, but it should have been much clearer on these points) so we had to make the 30 minute journey to Asda to buy towels, and go up to the local pub for Wifi. Much of the furniture was in disrepair, with wardrobes and tables falling apart, so many light bulbs not working, not enough forks for 10 people - it looked like everything was patchworked together. One of the slats on the top bunk bed was broken so one child had to sleep on a mattress on the floor. Also one of our children had a mild electric shock from the plug socket in the lounge, as the switch was broken. We were also informed on our journey there that one shower was not working, so this meant just one shower and one bath was available for 10 people - not very convenient! And the broken shower/toilet started leaking through the ceiling to the lounge. Upon speaking about this to the locals they said the leaky/broken shower had been like that for a long time, as other guests had complained about it so it was very disappointing that this had not been fixed in time for our stay. Unfortunately it seems that Eirianfa does not have a good reputation as a holiday letting in the village.. It was however a low cost in the October half term..."
Lorna - verified booking
"Lovely location, really excited driving up to the property - long drive on single track and cottage is situated on its own little track - away from it all, log fire brilliant in the evenings to keep the sitting room cosy.The property itself was a bit of a let down as it was not clean, dead spiders in the beds, stains on the bed linen, live and dead flying insects everywhere (after we put the heaters on) we were 'invaded' by biting insects in the bathroom and staircase at night - got bitten whilst staying at the cottage several times. Cutlery, bowls and pans and plates had food stuck to them and had to be washed thoroughly before use, for us as our first visit/impression it left us not wanting to return - we left early Thursday morning as we just could not relax in the cottage - everything we touched/tried to use had to be washed!We would have called regarding the cottage, but we were able to clean the cottage ourselves, and bought extra fly spray etc - did not make it feel like much of a holiday though.Aware there has been a recent loss for the owner and this probably isn't the norm for the cottage, however we would not stay here again."
Jenny - verified booking
"We were without central heating from 31.12.14 until 02.01.15 due to a replacement gas bottle not being connected. Although we phoned the caretaker and owner and left them repeated messages on 31.12.14, no one phoned us back and the caretaker did not come to rectify the situation until 02.01.15.In general, the property was not up to usual standards. The décor was a bit shabby. Some areas were very cold even when the central heating was working. Being by the road and lacking double glazing, it suffered from traffic noise.One of the toilets became unusable on the last day also.However, we found the village friendly and enjoyed some lovely local walks, as well as the scenery of the wider area. "