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What our customers are saying about our Coastal Self Catering Holidays In Llangoed.
- Cathy C, December 2016 - verified booking
"I've just returned from a weeks break in this little cottage. I contacted the rental company prior to this due to a previous comment made re the bedrooms. I was assured that the beds were not pieces of foam and following a previous complaint the mattress foam topper had been removed. We found the cottage exactly as described. The house is heated by electric convector heaters and the open fire. Like most rural old cottages, it was cold on arrival but soon warmed up. The stairs are narrow and steep leading either side to bedrooms in the eaves. The beds were proper mattresses upon futon bases. The ceilings are so low you couldn't put a full height bed up there. The beds were firm but comfortable and I'm used to sleeping on a deep memory foam mattress, but I slept well. I struggled with my arthritis getting up from the floor level. We found the description provided to be accurate. The summer house would be a bonus in summer. It would be tight to sit 6 around the table. We paid under £300 for a week and it was good value for money. The only advice is don't buy fuel at Waitrose or the petrol station. The little village shop sells logs and coal at half the cost. Great walks and views"
Mr Glover - verified booking
"Loved the location - good for staying on Anglesey or going back to the mainland. Headroom in the bedrooms was a bit restricted (and we are not tall). The open fire was a nice feature and was enough to take the chill off in the evenings. The initial driveway up to the cottage is a bit tricky due to a loose, uneven surface and you need to take a run at it to avoid getting wheelspin or stalling. On Thursday we came back to find several bits of dog mess near the front door and were lucky to spot it before it got walked inside. The gardener comes that day and whether they let a dog run loose while they are working I wouldn't like to say. Overall we enjoyed our stay very much and the only thing that might put us off returning was the bedrooms, but that said we could always use the summer house which is well equipped and we didn't really make enough use of."
Mr Glover - verified booking
"Headroom in the bedrooms was a bit restricted (and we are not tall). The open fire was a nice feature and was enough to take the chill off in the evenings. The initial driveway up to the cottage is a bit tricky due to a loose, uneven surface and you need to take a run at it to avoid getting wheelspin or stalling. On Thursday we came back to find several bits of dog mess near the front door and were lucky to spot it before it got walked inside. The gardener comes that day and whether they let a dog run loose while they are working I wouldn't like to say. Overall we enjoyed our stay very much and the only thing that might put us off returning was the bedrooms, but that said we could always use the summer house which is well equipped and we didn't really make enough use of."
- Mrs Kew, August 2018 - verified booking
"Although there was a beach at the bottom of hills it was not pleasant and not somewhere to spend a day. There is a lovely beach at Benllech. The cottage was not very well cleaned. There were cobwebs in lots of places especially around light fittings and the outside windows were dirty. Only bath towels are provided, no hand towels. A shelf in the downstairs bathroom would be useful as there is nowhere to put toiletries. Since the cottage is surrounded by farm buildings the only nice view is from the front and that is partially blocked by trees. There is a shared garden. However, we had a nice time in spite of the bad weather. There is plenty to see and do and the area is beautiful."
Mrs Wragg - verified booking
"Older children maybe disappointed as no Wi-fi. Also I know this is an older property but cleaner needs to concentrate more on the cobwebs. Also sapling growing out of kitchen sink. Hard to tell from photos of property the beds are not proper beds with a base unit, basically mattress on the floor, although they were comfy less mobile may find difficult to get up and out of bed. Great place if you love quirky older properties and getting away from it all. Perfect to sit and read in piece and quiet curled up in front of the fire after a great day exploring"