Admire dramatic views over Cardigan Bay. Enjoy the well-tended gardens during your stay at this 18th-century house.
Living room: With open fire and TV.
Kitchen/dining room: Farmhouse style with cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher.
Sitting room: With TV and piano.
Games room: With pool table.
Bedroom 1: With double bed, TV and en-suite with bath and toilet.
Bedroom 2: With double bed and en-suite with shower cubicle and toilet.
Bedroom 3: With twin beds.
Bedroom 4: With twin beds.
Bathroom: With bath, shower cubicle and toilet.
Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Initial fuel for open fire included (winter only). Cot and highchair. Utility room with washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer. Garden with terrace, garden furniture and BBQ. Bike store. Private parking for 2 cars. No smoking.
Dramatic views across Cardigan Bay to the distant mountain range of the Snowdonia National Park form an attractive backdrop for this idyllically located, spacious 18th-century house. Owned by the same family for many generations, it is comfortable and has been carefully maintained to offer a very good standard of holiday accommodation, and stands amid its own mature, well-tended gardens with views over a man-made lake stocked with fish. Guests can take advantage of a 20% discount on fishing at the owner’s fishery, 500 yards from the cottage. Full of charm and character, it adjoins another property, yet is completely self-contained with a separate driveway. There is also a small detached holiday cottage within the grounds. The owner offers a home cooked meal on arrival by prior arrangement and at extra charge.
The sheltered southern coast of the Lleyn Peninsula harbours a wealth of sandy beaches and coves; the nearest being a mere ¾ mile away. Here a temperate climate offers excellent opportunities for outdoor activities; sailing, windsurfing and water-skiing facilities abound, and there are some beautiful walking paths along the shore. Some of Wales’ best beaches are to be found an easy drive away at the tip of the Peninsula; Abersoch and Aberdaron in particular offer wide sandy stretches popular with watersports enthusiasts. Just over a mile away, lies the coastal town of Criccieth, where there is a sandy beach at low tide and a 13th-century castle perched on a rocky headland. Across the bay the dramatically located Harlech Castle stands as another testament to more turbulent times. For shopping, good dining and a weekly street market, visit the bustling port town of Pwllheli, 6 miles, while the holiday centre of Porthmadog has a wide range of facilities for rock climbing, riding, canoeing and fishing. From here it is an easy drive to visit the beautiful Italianate village of Portmeirion, with its forest walks, gardens and sandy beach. For a novel mode of transport along the coastline, hop aboard the Blaenau Ffestiniog Narrow-Gauge Railway, which still operates on a line first opened in 1836. Excellent walking and mountaineering locally. Three golf courses nearby (negotiated rates for local course). Horse riding nearby. Beach 2 miles. Shops 1¼ miles, pub and restaurant 2 miles.
Ty Mawr can be booked together with Bwthyn Bach (26687), Glan y Dorlan (UK6509) and Eisteddfa (UK6551) to accommodate up to 24 guests.