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Mrs Mandy Williams - verified booking
"Bryn y Odr is a superbly presented property close to local amenities yet situated in a peaceful countryside location. The owners ensured every comfort was available and the welcome basket was a lovely touch. Furnishings were comfortable, especially the cosy bed and well equipped kitchen. There are many attractions nearby for all ages, you could never tire of visiting this area. The Corris craft centre and King Arthur’s Labyrinth is really worth a visit, as is the thrilling zip wire near Blaenau Ffestiniog. Coed y Brenin is a lovely activity centre where you can walk, hire bikes and go mental cycling round the monster or slightly tamer tracks as well as treetop adventures. Portmeiron is such an interesting place and a visit to Porthmadog to see the new steam train railway is essential. Walking can be toddler friendly or can stretch the fittest of us to the limit with heart racing climbs resulting in views to the edge of the world. Dolgellau has a great selection of restaurants, pubs abundant bistros BUT you will need to book in advance if hoping to eat there. We also recommend Cross Foxes for a super meal. Cader Cabs do a great local taxi service, very reasonable. Sunday lunch we recommend walk the Mawdach Trail from Dolgellau to the recently refurbished George III with a lovely view over the estuary. Again, booking is advised and don’t expect a quick meal but it is worth the wait. Precipice Walk near Dolgellau and Fisherman’s Walk near Beddlegert are both different and unusual walks with amazing views. Good walking shoes or boots recommended. Finally, Porthdinllaen (sorry about the spelling) with a walk around the headland at the Lleyn Peninsula, stopping to see the working lifeboat station, finally ending at the Ty Goch Inn on the beach, one of the secret beaches of Wales, for a well deserved beer is just beautiful. "
Mr Neaum, Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire - verified booking
"The place was fantastic, great quality building and furnishings for example the leather sofas and TV were more than we expected to find - the only problem being the weather was so nice that we didn't really use them! The kitchen and dining area is perfectly sized and the wooden table outside is a nice touch as we had all our meals and breakfasts out there on that. The garden is just about big enough for team frisbee too! It's a 20 minute walk to Whistling Sands - the nearest beach, albeit with nothing else there. Aberdaron is a 5-10 minute drive down the road but it is worth it as it is a lovely village situated on the hill right next to the sea. We walked straight out the door to the west coast of the Lleyn and up along the coast to the Hughes point then down into Aberdaron for drinks. It takes 2/3 hours depending on how many sea rocks you decide to scramble over."
Nada from Saudi Arabia - verified booking
"<strong>Best of Wales is one of the best companies I have ever dealt with.</strong> Gareth was very welcoming and helpful as well as Louise who perfectly cleaned the house and opened its door when our keys were, by mistake, forgotten inside the house! The property was new, very clean, tidy and cosy. The kitchen was spacious and well equipped and bathrooms were provided with hand-wash. The furniture (beds & sofas) were new and comfortable. In general, It's stylish and spotless and we instantly felt relaxed and at home. Would definitely recommend it and book it again!<br /> Recommends visitng: Cardiff city centre, Cardiff Castle, Cardiff Bay"
Mrs Philomena Wilson, Birkenhead, Merseyside - verified booking
"The holiday was a lovely surprise. Although we only live about an hour and a half away from the holiday cottage we were unaware of the outstanding beauty of Beaumaris and surrounding area. The cottage was even better than the description and photos. Very accessible for restaurants, shops, beach, boats and buses for other places on the island and Bangor. Even on wet days we toured the old prison and court house! However the three of the most outstanding places we visited were Beaumaris Castle and Plas Newydd both unmissable also Puffin Island on an hour and a quarter boat trip. Most of all the locals were friendly."
Mrs Judith Gibson, Chorley, Lancashire - verified booking
"Liked the welcome. Very long journey due to motorway incidents, owners invited us in and could not do enough for us all week. The cottage is on remote farm; very peaceful with lovely views and a big meadow at the back which our granddaughters loved. Girls also loved the mezzanine bedroom. Very comfy accommodation although sitting room is quite small for more than four people. We were visiting family all over west and southern Wales and the farm was very centrally located with easy access to main roads to various towns and beaches. Would recommend this cottage and will be returning with other family as well."