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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. "
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"
- 867Gwen, October 2015 - verified booking
"We had a chilled relaxing 3 night break, the modern well equiped apartment has everything you'd need if you planned to cook and has a washing machine, also has fishing lakes on site. We visited nearby Aberdaron for the sandy beach and coastal walks along with pwhelli and abersoch, you do need to drive to visit aberdaron which has couple of pubs, cafes, bakery, fish and chips and couple of little shops. We would certainly stay again and hire push bikes, or just to watch the sun set from the beach, an ideal base to visit the rest of the llyn pennisular. Lovely surprise of homemade jam and welshcakes when we arrived along with milk - a welcome bonus!"
- BrianB321, August 2016 - verified booking
"We wonder whether it is the stairs that the property is on Sykes list with only 3 stars when it should in our view be given at least one more star. The lady who owns the Cottage with her Husband is a Mrs Evans, born in Yorkshire. Her husband is Welsh. She owns also two lovely dogs. I have already worked out how to get my Computer on line & the TV working. Now it is up to my wife to give her decision as to whether or not the Bed is comfortable. As far as I am concerned we were warmly welcomed. A lovely cottage rental in a lovely area of Wales."
Mr Hayes, Blackpool, Lancashire - verified booking
"Detached and very roomy. We received a very friendly welcome from the owners. There was plenty of rooms and space for all to do their own thing or relax together, and there was lots to do with all mod cons included. A nice games room with a good pool/snooker table etc. The shops and supermarket were a very short distance away, as is Holyhead town centre. Some nice sights to see - the pub life in Holyhead is friendly and warming. Overall we had a great relaxing time and hope to return again soon."