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Snowdonia Self Catering
Cil Y Felin
Brig-Y-Don Bach - UK11309
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Gemma - verified booking
"The apartment is actually quite nice, well decorated and comfortable. However, we were charged an additional £35 for fuel for a short stay making our holiday quite expensive security deposit of £50 is required and an additional £15 for Wi-Fi if you want it - although having spoken to locals it's probably not worth it as Wi-Fi isn't very fast in the area - this particular local runs a B&B and guests get this free of charge.The bedroom was lovely and big but it was far too hot in the bedroom even with windows open and this was in February - couldn't work out how to turn the heating off! There is a shower and sink just off the room but the toilet is outside the bedroom and down some steps and in contrast - freezing!!The views from this property are amazing and it is a joy to sit in the living room and watch the sea and people on the beach. it was actually beautiful but the price you pay is an extremely steep climb to the property - the hill is a killer and then there are some steep steps to the front door - inside it is split over two levels - this being a first floor apartment there are another two flights of stairs to get up to the living room area and another two flights to get up to the bedroom. so if you don't fancy walking a lot it is not the property for you. even locals say it's exhausting. the owner was fussy and talkative and made it clear about keeping the property tidy - which of course is respectful and we always do when staying in cottages- but we felt under pressure to do so and with the security deposit taken we felt like anything we spotted wrong we would be charged for - we have a dog and there were a number of rules around having the dog in the property - not upstairs etc. and cleaning up hairs - so a bit of a worry - we didn't want to spend any more money! the toilet in the bathroom broke whilst we were there and she did speak to us about it and luckily there was another toilet - she said it would be difficult to get someone out but was nice about."
Victoria - verified booking
"Arrived to find cottage had been flooded and water had gathered in the corner of the lounge. We were offered no compensation and were then constantly hassled by the property manager whose sole concern was to ready the property for the next week’s guests. This despite having explained that we had 2 anxious and nervous dogs, who had to be shut in the kitchen with one of us to calm them each time anyone came to the property. The threat of flood had abated following the clearing of the stream by the council. We’d agreed to dry the lounge carpet by drying and replacing towels and mats, keeping the central heating on and opening windows. This worked and the carpet was drying nicely, although there was a damp smell. In spite of this she insisted on entry on 3 occasions without notice, on the third occasion we’d vacated the property for over 2 hours to allow a carpet fitter to enter as agreed between 1-3pm .. only for him to appear at 3:40 after we’d returned. We were obliged to be in contact with Wyndham Vacation Rentals Customer Service, the property manager and the cottage owner throughout our holiday. In the end it was impossible to relax and we decided to cut our holiday short and leave a day early. A holiday is about more than bricks and mortar, it should be a chance to relax, recharge batteries and escape day to day stresses. Our stay at Caerdeon was anything but."
Isabel - verified booking
"This is a lovely house in a beautiful, tranquil setting with views onto fields of sheep, dry stone walls, mature woodland and distant mountains - no other houses in view! The pictures really don't do it justice. It feels very spacious with the large sun-room giving extra dining and living space (two sofas - one of them huge, and a big telly) and lovely views. The separate kitchen is large, bright and well equipped (not shown clearly in the photos!) with a large kitchen table. There is also a cosy living-room with wood burner. The double bedroom is dual aspect and very cosy, with a decent amount of drawer and wardrobe space. Although the electric shower is over the bath it has a proper screen (P-shaped bath) so perfectly adequate. There is a very attractive garden with mature conifers giving shelter from the east wind, and several areas with outdoor seating and tables, all giving delightful views. The barbecue also worked well. We had no problems on the off-road approach in a normal car; yes, it is rough in places but you just need to take it slowly. All in all, a very special place to spend our holiday, and we feel privileged to have stayed there."
Lorna - verified booking
"Lovely location, really excited driving up to the property - long drive on single track and cottage is situated on its own little track - away from it all, log fire brilliant in the evenings to keep the sitting room cosy.The property itself was a bit of a let down as it was not clean, dead spiders in the beds, stains on the bed linen, live and dead flying insects everywhere (after we put the heaters on) we were 'invaded' by biting insects in the bathroom and staircase at night - got bitten whilst staying at the cottage several times. Cutlery, bowls and pans and plates had food stuck to them and had to be washed thoroughly before use, for us as our first visit/impression it left us not wanting to return - we left early Thursday morning as we just could not relax in the cottage - everything we touched/tried to use had to be washed!We would have called regarding the cottage, but we were able to clean the cottage ourselves, and bought extra fly spray etc - did not make it feel like much of a holiday though.Aware there has been a recent loss for the owner and this probably isn't the norm for the cottage, however we would not stay here again."
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"Whilst the location is idyllic the farm track leading to the cottage is difficult terrain in wet conditions. My Ford Kuga just about coped, but Father's Renault Clio got stuck on the lower section. I suspect that this problem is only evident in wet conditions?We did have a problem with the water, but the owner came out straight away and made repairs as necessary. The heating is good and the log burner very efficient.The information/instructions were minimal and we would have benefitted from some detail as to how to work the TV. Refuse collection appeared spasmodic and we had to leave all bins full.The peace, quiet, surroundings, views and access to good walking are all positives.I thought it could do with a good Spring clean."