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What our customers are saying about our Self Catering Holidays In Snowdonia.
Julia - verified booking
"Tan Yr Ywen provided us with a wonderful base for our holiday, with everything you could want, home from home. The bed was incredibly comfy, with views over the valley to the river. The cottage was spacious, well decorated and furnished. It was also very peaceful, next to the church, the service on the Sunday didn't start until 9.30 so we were not disturbed and it was nice sitting in the garden with a cup of coffee listening to all the birds and just faintly hearing the hymns. There are steps up to the beautiful garden which is on two levels, with chairs and a table provided, and you can look out over the roof to the surrounding countryside. The pub Ye Old Bull Inn was just at the end of the lane, very welcoming, incredible views from the outside seating area, don't do food Monday to Wednesday, quiz night Thursday. There is no shop, but you will find some within a 5 min drive for milk, bread and a paper, also a butcher's. The scenery is amazing and there are plenty of things to do, an extensive leaflet rack at the cottage gives ideas should you run out. Paul, the owner is very helpful and will get back to you quickly with any queries you may have. Would definitely recommend this lovely cottage, and would certainly stay here again."
- A FlipKey verified reviewer, September 2014 - verified booking
"As an expat of North Wales I wanted somewhere to bring the family to explore Snowdonia and to visit family on the coast in July 2014. We have used Sykes Cottages before and were very happy with their service and honesty! This is a lovely, really well equipped, house with direct views of Snowdon and Yr Aran from two of the three bedrooms. Five of us and two Labradors stayed there for a week. We loved it so much we're going back in October 2014! It is perfect for local walks and to scale Snowdon (without having to car and park). There's a marvellous pub / eatery within crawling distance. Rhyd Ddu has a Welsh Mountain Railway station about 300m away from the cottage.. On that you can get to Caernarfon or Porthmadoc and places in between. Everywhere you drive is beautiful in this area. To summarise, this is a marvellous place to chill or explore and the owners deserve a pat on the back for their attention to detail!"
Angela - verified booking
"The house suited our needs well, we were a family of 4 and we had plenty of space. It was well-equipped with almost everything we required. The only down-side is that the garden isn't really practical for small children and you would need to have a very small car to use the car-port, so parking is roadside and it is on a narrow road with a lot of agricultural vehicles requiring regular access, so you need to park appropriately. The location is perfect for exploring North Wales. We travelled over to Angelsey, up to Conwy & Llandudno and to Porthmadog, Pwhelli and through Snowdonia without any trouble. Bodnant Gardens is on the doorstep, so no shortage of places to visit. There is a good pub in the village and we tried the nearby Y Bedol Inn for food which was good. The house was home from home to rest in after a busy day out. We enjoyed our stay."
Palmtree405 - verified booking
" This is a very cosy, attractive little cottage for two. The kitchen is very well equipped; apparently a few people have been bothered that there is no wardrobe hanging space in the bedroom - didn't bother us. One thing to be aware of: it is on a clutch-burningly steep hill and parking in front of the cottage is tight and difficult. That said, we had a Vauxhall Zafira and managed it OK. The alternative is to unload and then park in the village car park, about a 5 minute stroll away. The view from the little sun terrace is excellent, straight over to Snowden, a lovely place to sit with a glass of wine if the weather is good. Look left and Harlech Castle towers over you. So, really nice place to stay, recommended. "
Den - verified booking
"Deceptively spacious cottage in a lovely village location with beautiful views across the Conwy Valley. Only a short drive North to Llandudno or South to the stunning Snowdonia National Park, and also very close to the beautiful Bodnant Gardens and Bodnant Welsh Food Centre (farm shop & restaurant).The kitchen was well equipped and had a small breakfast table and the lounge/diner was comfortable and spacious. There's a pleasant bathroom with a good shower and the spare loo downstairs is very handy.The only negatives were that the single beds were a bit uncomfortable; the heating can only be controlled at the boiler which is outside; there's no wi-fi; and parking is a bit tight. However, we have been twice now to this cottage and would definitely go back again."