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Ganllwyd Self Catering
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Mrs Mandy Williams - verified booking
"Bryn y Odr is a superbly presented property close to local amenities yet situated in a peaceful countryside location. The owners ensured every comfort was available and the welcome basket was a lovely touch. Furnishings were comfortable, especially the cosy bed and well equipped kitchen. There are many attractions nearby for all ages, you could never tire of visiting this area. The Corris craft centre and King Arthur’s Labyrinth is really worth a visit, as is the thrilling zip wire near Blaenau Ffestiniog. Coed y Brenin is a lovely activity centre where you can walk, hire bikes and go mental cycling round the monster or slightly tamer tracks as well as treetop adventures. Portmeiron is such an interesting place and a visit to Porthmadog to see the new steam train railway is essential. Walking can be toddler friendly or can stretch the fittest of us to the limit with heart racing climbs resulting in views to the edge of the world. Dolgellau has a great selection of restaurants, pubs abundant bistros BUT you will need to book in advance if hoping to eat there. We also recommend Cross Foxes for a super meal. Cader Cabs do a great local taxi service, very reasonable. Sunday lunch we recommend walk the Mawdach Trail from Dolgellau to the recently refurbished George III with a lovely view over the estuary. Again, booking is advised and don’t expect a quick meal but it is worth the wait. Precipice Walk near Dolgellau and Fisherman’s Walk near Beddlegert are both different and unusual walks with amazing views. Good walking shoes or boots recommended. Finally, Porthdinllaen (sorry about the spelling) with a walk around the headland at the Lleyn Peninsula, stopping to see the working lifeboat station, finally ending at the Ty Goch Inn on the beach, one of the secret beaches of Wales, for a well deserved beer is just beautiful. "
Ms Maite Lagostena, London, - verified booking
"Mostly everything! The cottage is in a secluded space with views onto a tree house and the mountains - beautiful. There is a little stream next to the house, really relaxing to hear the water running when you wake up instead of a noisy city or cars passing by. Close to towns, easy to get anywhere around North Wales from there. Cooking was a pleasure, lots of space and more than decent selection of pots and pans. Morning visitors (sheep) come around often, you really feel the countryside. Conservatory has been improved, an absolute pleasure to have breakfast and dinners in there. Also has table and chairs outside if you go in Summer."
Mrs Holland, Guildford, Surrey - verified booking
"This beautiful house was everything we hoped for. The pool table and table tennis table were an instant hit with the teenagers whilst the adults appreciated the enormous kitchen/dining room and the various sitting areas. The beds were really comfortable and everything was decorated to a high standard. Whilst off the beaten track (pitch black at night with amazing bats circling outside) we were in easy reach of beautiful beaches and lots of activities. The fact that we had sunshine all week was an added and unexpected bonus but even if had rained we would have enjoyed our holiday."
A FlipKey verified reviewer - verified booking
"This cottage is quirky, warm and very well furnished. It had all we needed and was a home from home. The walks at the back of the cottage were great for the dogs albeit we had to keep them on a lead for part of the way as there were a few steep drops. Very magical hearing and seeing the steam train puff away in the hillside at the back of the cottage. Great to have the fuel for the fire provided for all of our holiday saving us having to search around for it. Great pub serving food 5 minutes walk away which was great after a long day out."
Mr Warren, London, - verified booking
"This is a fabulous holiday cottage in every respect, a stunning location and wonderfully comfortable inside. Surrounded on three sides by forest with stunning views from the front across the valley and up into the mountains beyond. The cottage has a fascinating wild garden to the rear with a small stream and waterfall, lots of wild flowers, shrubs and a variety of trees, attracting birds bees and butterflies. The interior is tastefully furnished and very well equipped. In my long experience of renting cottages this one is right at the top!"