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This part of Wales is a walker’s paradise with mountains, lakes, rivers, waterfalls and the ocean all close by, Y Llaethdy is the perfect choice of accommodation. This quirky little cottage is comfortable and has charm in abundance. Y Llaethdy can easily be booked separately or in combination with any of the other properties at Pentre Bach.
The cottage has two bedrooms and will sleep up to 3 people. Downstairs: Small beamed kitchen with double doors into the conservatory that has beautiful views across fields to the sea and has access to the garden; small bedroom with single bed; bath/shower and toilet. Upstairs: Attractive double-bed/sitting room with wonderful views of the sea.
Y Llaethdy in Southern Snowdonia is one of just three properties at Pentre Bach Holiday Cottages which can be booked separately or in any combination depending on the size of your party. They are quintessential farmhouse cottages built of grey flintstone with beamed sitting/dining areas, and an emphasis on cosiness and comfort. Delightfully situated where the mountains meet the sea overlooking Cardigan Bay the properties are simply perfect for your next holiday, shorter break or as the venue to celebrate a special occasion or event.
Y Llaethdy is situated on the edge of the pretty village of Llwyngwril and is within walking distance of the pub, the village shop and the train station. The beach is also a short stroll away.
Y Llaethdy has its own patio, complete with patio table and chairs and small bench, with views over the lawn to our large field beyond, where guests can go for a stroll to enjoy the views. The large ,well kept gardens are shared with guests from our two other properties.
Y Llaethdy is entered via a conservatory overlooking the well kept lawned garden and beyond to Cardigan Bay. The sunsets that can be viewed from here are incomparable. Double doors take you through to the compact, yet well equipped kitchen. To one side of the kitchen a door leads to a small single bedroom. To the other side of the kitchen is a bathroom complete with bath and shower.
First Floor Description
A staircase leading from the kitchen takes you to a large room that doubles as a sitting room and double bedroom. The room is furnished with a small fitted wardrobe, chest of drawers, double bed, 2-seater sofa, armchair, coffee table and TV.
Window Views Description
There are extensive views over the well kept gardens and grounds to Cardigan Bay and the mountains of Snowdonia to the north.
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Real Fire or Woodburner
Oldest preserved railway in the world. The Rev Awdry based Thomas the Tank Engine stories on this railway.Visit Website
Centre for Alternative Technology
(CAT) is a world-renowned eco centre that researches and supports greener ways of living.Visit Website
King Arthur's Labyrinth
Undergound story telling adventure on boats for familesVisit Website
Little narrow gauge railway that's popular with childrenVisit Website
A beautiful area for walking or fishing tucked away below Cader IdrisVisit Website
Eating and Drinking
Local village pub which is a 5 minute walk away and serves food Wednesdays to SundaysVisit Website
Lovely Indian restaurant run by an ex Bollywood star, only a 5 minute drive away!Visit Website
The Last Inn
Very popular pub by the harbour in BarmouthVisit Website
Local village shopVisit Website
nearest supermarketVisit Website
Sporting Attractions and Activities
Bwlchgwyn Farm Pony Trekking Centre
Pony trekking centre just a 10 minute drive away. Get the chance to ride along Fairbourne beachVisit Website
Zip lines, underground trampolines, tree-top netsVisit Website
Learn to surf in this artificial lagoon - guaranteed waves!Visit Website
Coed y Brenin Forest
Walking, bike trails of all different levels and visitor centreVisit Website
Stand Up Paddleboarding
Learn to stand up paddleboard in the shelter of Barmouth HarbourVisit Website
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