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What our customers are saying about our Self Catering Holidays In Gwynedd.
Bridget - verified booking
"This is a great base for people who enjoy simplicity. The cottage is relatively small as you would expect for an old, rural Welsh cottage, but as the children spent all spare time playing in the many secret spots in the garden, it was perfectly adequate. We spent every evening eating outside under the distant mountains. I walked the dog every morning on the hill directly out of the back garden gate, and never tired of the stunning views of Portmerion and Harlech castle. There are all the amenities you need in Porthmadog, 20 minutes in the car, or prefect tranquillity if you'd rather it, at the cottage. There's no tumble drier, but the heated towel rail and sitting cupboard meant we could dry clothes when the weather was too changeable to use the clothes line. We had a brilliant week exploring Snowdonia, biking in Cody Brennin, beaches at Borth y gest , Criccieth, and Blackrock sands, crabbing at Porthmadog, taking the train from Talarnau request stop station to Barmouth for fish and chips. If you love the outdoors, this place is an absolute gem."
Julia - verified booking
"This was a comfortable house to stay in but we found the mattresses uncomfortable and the lighting throughout inadequate. My son's room had no bedside table or bedside light. The fridge was only partly equipped with no shelving on the door so we had to take trays out to put bottles in. There was no welcome pack so we had to call up for the wifi code. On the second day the wifi stopped working altogether. The bedrooms could use a chair to put clothes on, and the kitchen could do with some wooden spoons as we cooked in. Most importantly, the directions given to get to the cottage weren't specific enough. There is no name on the property at all, and we arrived at night. The contact was nice enough to come out and guide us in! Nice house, just a few points to work on."
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"No hesitation in recommending Ty Gwyn to others. Everything we needed for our week was provided and it was very cosy and quiet, we stayed in mid Sept. and the heating was more than adequate. We very much appreciated being able to sit out on the balcony and enjoy a drink and the view after a day spent exploring the Lleyn, it was also fantastic to use in the darkness of the late evening and admire the stars on a clear night, no light pollution whatsoever. Karen, the host was attentive and helpful at all times. The location is such that you do need to use a car to explore the surrounding hills, coast and beaches as well as shopping for any needs."
Amanda - verified booking
"This is a very comfortable homely cottage in a very peaceful location. It has nice views of fields and hills from the lounge. Considering dogs are welcome it was very clean with no signs of any dog hairs. It is in walking distance of both whistling sands and aberdaron. the only negative regarding this property is the lack of head height in the upstairs bedrooms which is reached via steep narrow stairs with a beam at the top which we all hit our heads on. I think it is more suited for couples who can use the downstairs bedroom which incidentally had a very comfortable bed. I would return to the property and really enjoyed the stay."
Michael - verified booking
"The cleanliness of the accomodation is what let it down the most. It does not appear to have been properly cleaned for some time. There were numerous spider webs and the carpets had alot of dust in the corners, so much so we had to use the vacuum cleaner. The sofa was dirty and the paint work looked tired and in need of refreshing. Considering how much the accomodation cost we were a little disappointed. However the saving grace was the wonderful location. We loved that aspect.Also worth noting the wifi was abysmal. We could not watch the TV as the picture kept freezing."