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What our customers are saying about our Self Catering Holidays In Wales.
Liz - verified booking
"We really enjoyed our week at Rutherglen which was only a short walk from the beach. The bungalow is on a quiet road.The bungalow is well laid out and very comfortable. The beds were really comfortable (which isn't always the case in rented properties!) and the linen was lovely and fresh crisp with big duvets. It wasn't a problem for us but the curtains are quite thin so the rooms were bright in the morning (if the quality of your life is dictated by how early your toddler wakes up then you may want to take black out blinds with you!)The furniture and decoration in the lounge and dining was of really good quality and we found the sofas were also really comfy. Having the sky box was a real plus for the evenings and the odd rainy day. The kitchen was well equipped with everything we needed. The washing machine is in garage which was also really useful as a bike store for us. The garden was great for our dog. There are some signs that the property has had damp/mildew issues in the past which worried me when we first arrived but it's clearly been dealt with as we didn't get any of the damp smell at all. I'd say the only downside was if you were expecting to use the garden Room as that really has a lot of mould etc We had a really warm welcome from the owners including a little welcome pack and fresh flowers in the lounge. Would we go again? Yes we would"
Claire - verified booking
"We had a wonderful stay at Ty Hir! Janys was so helpful and was on hand if needed, but completely respectful of our privacy. We arrived to a lovely, clean property with a bottle of red wine waiting! There was milk in the fridge, tea, coffee and sugar in the cupboard and fresh flowers throughout the house. The house itself is so well equipped with all of the thoughtful touches; you will want for nothing - with the possible exception of Wi-Fi. You might miss this if you are a technophile; we personally welcome the break from being on the communication treadmill of life! Ty Hir is ideally situated to explore some of the gems of the Llyn Peninsula. Whistling Sands was stunning; we could easily have been in the Med! You have local amenities at Aberdaron and, a little further afield, Abersoch, Pwllheli, Criccieth and Porthmadog are all worth a trip. We visited Black Rock sands at Porthmadog for the first time and found it a lovely big beach - we especially liked being able to park on the sand so you didn’t have to lug all of your stuff up and down a big hill! Knowing the area well, we made our annual pilgrimage to Llanberis where the scenery is breathtaking. The lake railway is a great activity for the kids and the free skate museum well worth a visit - the café is excellent! We will definitely be back!"
Gemma - verified booking
"We had a lovely stay at Top Barn. The barn itself is clean, modern, well done and perfectly kitted out, although we found the sofas very uncomfortable. Lovely big space outside. We knew the house was some distance from amenities etc as explained in the description of the barn, which we thought wouldn’t be a problem but by the end of the week we were a bit fed up with it, and is the only reason we wouldn’t stay there again. This didn’t have anything to do with the Barn itself, which I would highly recommend as long as you are happy in the middle of nowhere (plus side is that Tesco delivered!) The other thing to note is that you are in very close proximity to the owners so your paths do cross (which wasn’t an issue for us) and they do cross the garden space to get to barns every day so if you are looking for somewhere super private this wouldn’t be the house for you."
SHEILA - verified booking
"All three of us had a really relaxing and enjoyable time.I have two criticisms - firstly we found the directions to the property misleading. There seems to be two sets of instructions. I think better advice would be not to turn left at Rhoshirwaun but travel straight onto Aberdaron. Drive through Aberdaron and turn left up a steep hill with Ty Newydd hotel on your right Keep driving until you come to Bryn Farm holiday camp on your right. Carry on and after a short distance you will come to Ty Hir on the right . It is adjacent to a large house called Ty Pencaerau. It cannot be seen easily from the road and perhaps a house sign near the road would be useful.My second suggestion is that a notice be put on the upstairs bedroom on how to open the door.Guests need to put a finger through a hole in the door to lift the latch.I hope you find these comments useful."
Tracey - verified booking
"Found the cottage advertised incorrectly. It was on a busy road. The front room was tiny and there was no barbecue as stated, When we arrived the heating was on 30 degrees and we could hardly breath. The location was too far from the town centre and not walking distance to the beach. The front gate is faulty and does not lock so this is not an enclosed garden. There was some room off the kitchen with a door which was full of insects and mice. Overall we were very disappointed and I would not stay here again. The alarm to the house went off and there was no code. No one popped in to see if everything was OK. It was quite a souless house."