We stayed with a large group of friends during a barmy and glorious July weekend. The house sits across the way from the beach with amazing views across the bay. The sun sets slowly turning the whole sky orange, before the stars start to come out. The house has multiple bedrooms all of which are well equipped and tastefully decorated. The house is very clean and there is loads of parking at the front. Its in a great location for accessing Barmonth and Tywn. Its best to go by train to both as the traffic was very busy going to Barmouth. The kitchen and breakfast rooms and well equipped and large enough for all 13 of us to sit together for breakfast and dinner.
A very comfortable and well furnished cottage. The location is easy to get to and very close to the beach. We watched the most beautiful sunset from the front garden. I highly recommend staying here.
Very cosy and nice house, really felt like home. Specially the fire pit, for relaxing after a long day of touring.
The perfect family house for us all to be comfortable and have our own space. We used the house as a base to explore the area and the many steam train lines, as well as going to the local beach in rain and sunshine!
We enjoyed the knitting and crochet, especially the Tardis. Lovely unspoilt beach and lots of rock pools. We were close enough to Barmouth for a great day out, there are charming local walks and friendly neighbours. The little shop has everything you need. House well set-up with a new kitchen. Beautifully furnished, sea views and sunsets.
A short walk from the beach, with sea views. Friendly pub in village willing to feed 14 of us with good food. We especially enjoyed the yarn bombing where knitted models appeared all round the village, a red dragon, fairy Glen, the Pied Piper, aliens and much more.