Perfectly located for a family, 5 minutes from the beach, plenty of activities close by to keep the kids happy and take your pick of places to walk from the cottage. Heulwen on hand to share her extensive knowledge of the area, giving us information of all the best walks that our children could manage. The cottage itself was full of charm, a home from home with plenty of knick knacks on show. We would recommend a visit in warmer months as the cottage is very very cold! The only negative was knowing we had an electric bill at the end, as the heaters provided swallowed the electric,(no central heating).
We found the locals very friendly and helpful, we would love to visit the area again, great place for all the family.
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Set in a hollow on a hillside with a lovely millpond close by from which there are extensive views if the Rhinog mountains. Going slightly further afield there are views of the coast towards the Glaslyn estuary and down towards Morfa Harlech.This is a good place to go to forget the modern world. The house is well equipped, cosy and historic dating back to Tudor times.This farmhouse can accommodate six people comfortably - we were a family of four and found it perfect. Wifi access is good which pleased our student son. The stairs for the topmost bedroom might be a bit steep for the aged but we didn't have any problems as we didn't need to use it. It is on a surfaced road all the way from the A496 at the village of Llanfair - from which it is best approached rather than from Harlech. The road is narrow in places but was easily negotiated in an estate car. There are so many nice walks from the house that it is not necessary to travel far if you just want to relax and enjoy the quiet beauty of Snowdonia. Heulwen - the owner - is friendly and helpful.