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What our customers are saying about our Self Catering Holidays In Llwyngwril.
- Ms Shepherd, September 2016 - verified booking
"POSITIVES: We were three generations ranging in age from 19 - 83 and all liked the upstairs open plan layout as it was very spacious and allowed us all room to spread out. This area of Wales was new to us all (previously we had all gone as far as Bala where my brother lives) - we chose a good week weather-wise as when it did rain it was mostly overnight and we all enjoyed the fantastic scenery and the quiet roads as we visited various places nearby using cars mostly but did manage one coastal train trip to Harlech. We also visited Portmeirion, Barmouth, Tywyn, Portmadog and Bala and managed to fit in some walking and climbing and a nearby Red Bull mountain biking event in nearby Dolgellau. The local pub in Llwyngwril was excellent and under new management since July 2016 - we ate there as a family twice and both meals were excellent and the staff were very warm and welcoming. MINOR NIGGLES; The bathrooms were okay on the whole but we did have a problem with the toilet in the room with a bath - it was not attached to floor securely and pipework from cistern to WC moved and caused water to run over the floor - we did put it back in but my elderly parents were reluctant to use it. The guttering to the right side of the property was full of weeds etc and overflowed noisily when it rained overnight. The owners of the property were contactable (mobile signals permitting) and they did respond quickly to these two concerns but it was unclear when they would be attended to. It would have been useful to have mirrors in all the bedrooms and as the televisions provided in two of the bedrooms only used videos were not much good - better not to have them really. The cleaner turned up early and parked outside the front of the property - half of our party had left around 9.00am but our car was parked in the nearby car-park."
- Mr Newhouse, September 2018 - verified booking
"The beds were comfortable the heating and the shower powerful and hot, and we felt very happy staying there! It is a credit to its owners and we found it very clean everywhere on arrival. The Bungalow is well situated and has views of the bay from the lounge window - something of a great for us seeing the sea every morning as we live in the Centre of England - and from where we could easily check to confirm that the train was running, not that it didn’t even during the storms we experienced during our visit! The station is a ten minute walk and offers a very convenient and inexpensive service into Barmouth, £4 return, and the opportunity to travel over the Railway Viaduct across the Mawddach Estuary. A well stocked Co-Op is to be found next to the Station there also! You can take the train to places north in Snowdonia, such as Harlech and Porthmadog and south to Aberdyfi and Machynlleth - all in were in easy reach if you preferred to leave the car at home. We used Brynteg as a base for travelling on some of the “Great Little Trains of Wales”, one of which, the Talyllyn was a 15 minute drive away south based in the seaside resort of Towyn, where we spent a memorable day on “The Victorian Train” which runs on selected Thursdays in June, July and September. All in all, we found that the village was well situated for easy access to the surrounding areas, and the neighbours and locals polite and very friendly. The wide range of specially knitted knitted artefacts, displayed in many different places throughout Llwyngwril."
Miss GaleMiss Smith - verified booking
"The views from every room in the house were breathtaking. The kitchen and dining area had amazing panoramic uninterrupted views of the sea, well equipped kitchen where we cooked up some great meals we had everything we needed. The bedrooms were really comfy and cosy, great décor and en-suite bathrooms for each bedroom which was really convenient. Lovely touches throughout especially the hot water bottle and soft throws on the beds. The lounge area was just perfect with floor to ceiling windows looking out over the sea and enough room for all of us to chill out - so relaxing and calming. The hot tub was the cherry on the top for us it was so lovely to relax looking out over the coast on Christmas morning. The whole experience for us was amazing - the house, décor facilities and views were just the best.I brought my dog Shadow and he loved the building and the patio, it was his first time hearing waves and he really enjoyed himself! He is a big dog (husky) and surprisingly there were no issues as to size. The only down side to this property was that there was a small amount of dust and no WI-FI these are fixable/small issues! I would 100% come again! Amazing experience, possibly the best holiday I’ve ever had. Laura x"
Mrs SharrattMr Alaqel - verified booking
"There was 9 of us (4 adults 5 children and a dog) it still had plenty of space plus a fab dining table we could all fit round comfortably. Great outdoor space too plenty of space to ride bikes and quick access to the beech. Owner was super friendly and told us about all the places to visit will definitely be returningEverything about the house and area was excellent especially if you're looking for a quiet place it’s truly Beautiful and in a wonderful location close to the beaches and mountains. The view from the garden is amazing. The owner is just next door he is there when you need him, he also gave us some leaflets for attractions around the area. Kids went to feed the goat next door they really enjoyed it. They played ball games in the garden its totally enclosed with stunning views. On a rainy day the Kids spent most of their time in the games room with their own tv and games provided. They enjoyed horse riding and was only 6 mins of driving there!!! The accommodation is comfortable and very clean it has a Wonderful large kitchen well equipped with almost everything you might need. I would definitely not hesitate to recommend it to families. We are looking forward to book it next year. Thank you so much"
Mrs GriffithsMrs Fiata - verified booking
"It was a bit tired and in need of some TLC. Could not use front steps up to cottage as some were a bit loose and the bushes overhang (with brambles). Bi-fold windows - although key available the left door would not unlock which was ok because the right one did open, but i imagine a bit frustrating in summer heatwaves. Overall a nice homely feel.Positives: The two double bedrooms were lovely, plenty of wardrobe and drawer space, the kitchen was good, especially liked the mood lighting under the cupboards, the games room was a real plus, spent many a night having darts and table football competitions, the patio was lovely with a large table and 6 chairs, the views were amazing, especially watching the incredible sunsets with a glass of bubbly. The train station is a five minute walk from the house with links to Barmouth, Aberdovey and Criccieth, to name a few places. Negatives: The steps up to the property need to be made safer and the front garden area needs some work. The upstairs twin bedroom needs a mirror as the only one was in the bathroom and it was really tiny. It was a shame that the only pub in the village was closed as the current tenants have left, but all in all we had a great holiday!"