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Panteidal Farmhouse & Gatehouse

Panteidal Farm Aberdyfi Road, Aberdyfi (Aberdovey), Snowdonia-Eryri National Park LL35 0RG Wales
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#1 of 1 farmhouse in Aberdyfi (Aberdovey)
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Panteidal farmhouse & gatehouse nestles in a small valley on the edge of the Dyfi estuary, the main house sleeps 8 and the gatehouse a further 4. With a booking at our properties guests can enjoy complimentary use of the facilities at Plas Talgarth, indoor pool, steam room, sauna, jacuzzi, gym , childrens adventure play area etc....
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Alan B wrote a review May 2021
Llanidloes, United Kingdom7 contributions3 helpful votes
I purchased the Gatehouse in November 2018 and note the earlier commentary regarding this 2 bedroom cottage, most points raised have been attended to in the period since, and an extensive refurbishment of inside and outside the property has been undertaken. It should be noted that the Farmhouse is owned by Andy Rogers and as such, it is now factually incorrect for the two properties to be lumped together for Review purposes. My property has had the following upgrades over a 2yr period Jacuzzi removed and purpose made large shower installed Chilli-Penguin Log Burner installed in lounge replacing a noisy electric fire New flooring to bathroom,utility room,hall,stairs + upstairs New pillows to both bedrooms Additional jugs + glasses (as suggested) provided Setee and chair in lounge re-covered External lighting vastly improved to be more user friendly Overgrown garden tidied Decking repaired and retreated with multi coats of anti-slip paint
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Date of stay: May 2021
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Daddy B wrote a review Sept 2019
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Wow! What a beautiful place this is. 50 yards from the estuary - absolutely picture book perfect views of the sea and the welsh hills. Rooms very comfortable, kitchen well equipped, good bathroom. Sun over the conservatory for morning coffee, and over the roof terrace for sunset pint. Absolutely fabulous! Shame the same can't be said for the people I went with, who I hadn't seen for a while and have become rather dull. Fortunate, then, that there was a good selection of books on the shelves.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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Lamby wrote a review Aug 2019
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Firstly the good points.... The accomodation was clean and well laid out inside. The double bed was comfortable and furnishings of a good standard. However.... The garden was very over grown The pillows need renewing Jugs for water and milk would be good. More glasses would be helpful. Really this accomodation is only suitable for two able adults. The position of the accomodation is very close to the road, which is noisy at rush hour. Whilst we were there we had issues with a sewage pump and electrics, which left ud with a smell and no power in one half of the property for an evening. Whilst this was dealt with promptly, by the estates manager. We did have electricians and engineers turning up very early and at past 19.00 to rectify the problem. Who were very nice chaps, plus it was not fair on them not to be pleasant to, as they were just doing their job. Whilst we were offered a verbal apology from the estates manager, which was well received, the owners did not offer a refund, or even a bunch of flowers for our inconvenience/being accommodating to the workmen. Also water pressure also dropped at times.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Joseph H wrote a review Jul 2019
Meols, United Kingdom36 contributions10 helpful votes
We stayed for 5 nights at the Panteidal Farmhouse, the accommodation is excellent and spacious. The facilities and rooms are terrific and overall it is difficult to find any faults. Situated on the main road into Aberdovey and close to central Wales and Snowdonia, it is a ideal base for exploring both.
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Date of stay: June 2019
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Molly R wrote a review Nov 2018
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I regularly stay at the farmhouse and have been there with family and friends. The house is well equipped and in a gloriously beautiful setting across from the estuary and in front of the woodland. Have had some great wildlife sightings here! It's clear the owners care about nature as the house is equipped with various field guides and there is a little book where you can record your sightings which I think is a charming idea! The house itself is very comfortable and warm and has lots of books and things to amuse yourself with. The kitchen is clean and modern and there are plenty of utensils, crockery and the like. The beds are very comfortable and each has an en suite which I think is a nice touch. The garden/grounds are beautiful and the property is situated a little off the beaten path, so it's lovely and quiet. It's easy to drive into the nearby Aberdovey or Machynlleth, or if you'd rather not drive the buses are handy and it's a beautiful walk if you'd rather have the fresh air. Local taxi companies are good too. Overall, a wonderful place to stay and I have the perfect break every time I attend!
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Date of stay: November 2018
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Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: beautiful views, quiet, self-catered, friendly host
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Blaine_The_Train wrote a review Sept 2018
Leeds, United Kingdom2 contributions2 helpful votes
Certainly not as advertised. Gatehouse only in this review. . The gatehouse and farm appear to have been recently separated with the gatehouse now on the market. When we first pulled up we saw a big sign on the farmhouse gate (The farmhouse isn't a farmhouse btw) advising that there was no entry or parking for gatehouse guests. The parking spot for gatehouse is between 2 trees about a foot back from the main road. . Access to the house is via a decked area that leads around the gable end of the gatehouse round the back down the decking steps then up 5 steep steps into the door. When we arrived it was dark and raining there were no out side lights or signs on how to get in. There is no step up onto the decking you just climb over some tree roots. The decking when wet is like an ice rink, not the best thing to traverse with luggage or if your not particularly steady on your feet or are getting on a bit. . The inside was clean, if a little tired. The kitchen one bedroom, bathroom toilet, washroom and sitting room are on the ground floor. The kitchen is large, and takes up the same amount of floor space as the bedroom and sitting room combined. It is well equipped but the plumbing is noisy, the hot tap drips constantly and occasionally no water comes out of the cold tap. . The sitting room is small and cramped most of the floor space taken up by a huge glass coffee table. The downstairs opens to the garden but the doors cannot be locked from the inside as the key shank is too short. . The downstairs bedroom has low bed 2 bedside cabinets a wardrobe and a dresser. The main feature of the bedroom is a huge external door that has been nailed shut. . The bathroom has a sink, toilet hand basin, Jacuzzi style bath and fixed shower. The bath had sand in the bottom of it when we arrived. We soon found out that this was from the Jacuzzi vents that deposited sand in the bath when filling the bath with water. The motor for the pump is under the bath and sounds like a vacuum cleaner when running. The shower has a fixed head but is easy to operate and has a good flow. Unfortunately the water drains away so slowly you end up stood ankle deep in dirty gritty water. . The upstairs room is pleasant but with 2 single beds crammed in it feels pokey and disorganised. This room has carpet. . Outside is an overgrown garden with huge bamboo plants towering over everything else. A small gravel path 45 steps long runs round a huge stinking stagnant pond which is a haven for mosquitoes. I was bitten 8 times. . The "garden" is not secure and is unsuitable for kids due to the pond, and dogs due to the fact it's not enclosed and runs beside a main road and a railway line. The advert said this property was in 4 acres of land. It may be but 45 steps will be as far as you can walk. . Nothing is within walking distance and the main road that runs outside has no lights and no pavement. To get to the beach you have to walk 200 yards up this road with cars passing you at 60 mph. Then go under a railway foot bridge. The beach at that point is mud. . I would have rated this property higher but the advertising of it is completely misleading. . Go somewhere else until a new owner has sorted the place out
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Date of stay: September 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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Olystreet wrote a review May 2018
Brighton and Hove, United Kingdom90 contributions10 helpful votes
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Wow wow what a beautiful place, an amazing area of Wales and a amazing apartment to stay in and to enjoy the views! You have some great small local pubs serving great food, a beautiful beach and amazing countryside just nearby! Recommended
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Date of stay: May 2017Trip type: Travelled with friends
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No S wrote a review Mar 2018
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Excellent accommodation. Well 'away from it all', yet within striking distance of civilisation. I love the peace and comfort of this place. The estuary is just two minutes walk away and nobody interferes. The house sits at the base of lovely woodland and is the perfect place to enjoy a few beers – or a final nightcap under the stars. And easy walks over the hill towards Aberdovey give breathtaking views of what nature has done – gently, and over eons. The whole experience is one of peace and escape. Perfect for me. I intend to return soon.
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Date of stay: November 2017
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coconutWestMidlands wrote a review Sept 2017
west midlands12 contributions25 helpful votes
Lovely place. Very disappointed the owners didn't respond to our queries whilst we stayed there. In fact a most fab place to stay but needs attention. Sorry owners you only had to answer ???????!😩. Cleaning issues
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Date of stay: August 2017
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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Caroline M wrote a review Aug 2017
Norwich21 contributions13 helpful votes
I have just returned from a wonderful long weekend at Panteidal Farmhouse. From the moment we arrived, I was impressed with the light, airy rooms and the wonderfully luxurious features such as underfloor heating in every room. There are so many lovely terraces and ares to sit in and grab the sunshine, as well as a cosy conservatory for when the weather is a little less lovely. The kitchen is very well stocked with a wide range of equipment, as well as a great cupboard that includes essential such as tea, coffee, sugar, flour and cooking oil so you can easily cook great meals as you would at home. My son particularly loved the pond where he spent ages investigating the newts whilst my daughter loved curling up with a book in a sunny spot. there are a great variety of lovely walks nearby and the town of Aberdovey is absolutely beautiful, with a very nice feel about it. I would highly recommend this wonderful house for your next indulgent break.
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Date of stay: July 2017
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Frequently Asked Questions about Panteidal Farmhouse & Gatehouse
Which popular attractions are close to Panteidal Farmhouse & Gatehouse?
Nearby attractions include Dyfi Osprey Project (2.7 miles), Ynyslas National Nature Reserve (3.7 miles), and Dolgoch Falls (4.5 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Panteidal Farmhouse & Gatehouse?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and a fitness centre.
Is parking available at Panteidal Farmhouse & Gatehouse?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Panteidal Farmhouse & Gatehouse?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Black Lion Inn, Seabreeze, and Glan yr Afon / Riverside.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Panteidal Farmhouse & Gatehouse?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness centre during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Panteidal Farmhouse & Gatehouse?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Panteidal Farmhouse & Gatehouse?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Machynlleth Town Clock (5.7 miles).