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Ideal location for a week's walking from Porthmadog to Borth on the WCP, using the train for shuttles. Spotlessly clean cottage.
Bistro Bermo - lovely little restaurant in the centre of Barmouth with well-deserved reputation. Book before you go.
Steve from Oxford, 27 Oct 2016
We found it homely, warm and spacious, it was spot on.
Tips: Just enjoy take in the fresh air and views.
Anne from Corby, 30 Dec 2016
A lovely cottage in a lovely valley. A great base to cycle and walk although the hills were a bit challenging for our two wheels! Found the local pub really friendly (The Oak) with good food and beers. Hope to come back sometime with the rest of the family.
The Lyons Family, Essex, 15 Nov 2016
The cottage was beautiful with coordinating furnishing and spotlessly clean and fresh. The owner, Mali, has thought of everything including providing fresh, delicious Welsh cakes. We will definitely book the cottage again soon. The Gower peninsula is beautiful and the beaches really clean. Mumbles is well worth a visit
Jan from Nottingham, 13 Jun 2015
Bwthyn y Biga
Beautiful, relaxing weekend away. Bring waterproofs for all the rain! And make sure you get outside and enjoy the surrounding villages/forests.
David from Australia, 17 Jul 2016
Our host gave us the right directions and then waited to flag us down. Alan and Margaret provided a lovely welcome.
Recommends: Local potteries and galleries, a visit to the woolen mill and visit some of the surrounding beaches.
Angie & Russell from Sandwell, 05 Feb 2017
Cwmbach y Biga
Located in a very remote area but still very nice and quiet. Lovely place for countryside walking
Deep Phuyal , 30 Mar 2016
The property suited our needs perfectly, spacious and warm. Location was rural with easy access to the main road and towns. All property details were correct and directions good. The cycle way was easier reached from the property, and great for all the family young and old. Short cycle into Caernarfon and its amazing castle or cycle the other way into the countryside. Children enjoyed racing the trains!
Family from Stratford-upon-Avon, 30 Oct 2016
Fantastic cottage, they thought of everything and would recommend to anyone. The local hotel served excellent food.
Family from Hereford, 03 Sep 2016
A great property in the perfect location to relax and get away from it all. The facilities in the property are 5-star quality and always spotless. Aberdaron beach must be the most peaceful place on Earth!
Sam from Manchester, 10 Jan 2017
We had an enjoyable week. A great location. Great service from Best of Wales as always!
Recommendations - White water rafting, Eagles pub, Lake Vyrnwy, Aberdovey
Steph from Bedfordshire, 04 Jun 2016
It was lovely time. The house is absolutely amazing.
Very clean and well equipped. Great service. We all wish we could stay longer or forever :)
Botanic Garden is very nice place to visit. We enjoyed walking
The Rally Fans , 01 Dec 2013
It was a home from home. Everything was provided, well thought out by the owner.
Places to go: Surf Snowdonia, Llandudno, Beddgelert, Anglesey
Places to eat: The Stables in Betws-y-Coed, lovely tea room in Beddgelert
Teleri from Aberteifi, 08 Feb 2017
It was home from home, could not ask for more.
Miss Osborne from Telford, 06 Nov 2016
We stayed in this beautiful house for 7 nights and we loved it very much, it was everything we could have hoped for and even more than that, clean, warm, wonderful rooms (especially top room), comfortable beds, very spacious living room and kitchen, superrb hot tub located. The location is also great and quiet, we really had a fabulous stay in Wales :)
Teofil from Watford-London, 06 Jan 2017
We had a great time, felt completely at ease and were really well looked after by Elaine and Neil (the owners). The property itself is stunning and well provided with modern conveniences.
Tips: Leave more time - there's so much to see and explore.
Sanjeev from London, 29 Oct 2016
A great reception on arrival. A great place to stay, wonderful facilities. Wonderful walking Elan Valley - well worth a visit. Powis Castle is a must. Aberystwyth is only an hour away with loads to see and do.
Family from Hampshire, 16 Jul 2016
Stabal yr Eglwys
Pauline was very welcoming and helpful. The property was faultless, lovely barn conversion with character, but warm and excellent facilities. Beautiful views and lovely church to have a look at on the doorstep. Nice to have some history books and leaflets in the house, I grew up not far from this valley, but learnt a bit from flicking through the books in the house.
Recommends: Lots of beautiful country walks with far reaching views.
Dolphin trip from New Quay is brilliant.
Helen from Caversham, 27 Jan 2017
Excellent situation 5 minutes from the beach and fantastic views. Cottage was spacious and comfortable. Everyone - parents, children, their partners all had a great time. Must eat at Tilmans in Barmouth which has very good food and beer. The best place to eat is Bwyty Mawddach which served some of the best food I have ever tasted. Need to book both places as they are popular. Barmouth has a brilliant beach.
Chris from London, 23 Jul 2016
Ty Coets Isaf
Quiet, lovely views and easy to get to walks
Don't miss a visit to the beach at Borth
Clive, 01 Nov 2015
Ty Coets Uchaf
Location was fab and also the views. Waterfalls, steam train and local walks a must.
Tracy from Herefordshire, 01 Jun 2016
Great location near beautiful coastal walks and beaches. St David's was friendly and the Bishops pub welcome dogs and food was fab. Boat trip around Ramsay Island was very good and we saw some seals.
Family from Devon, 04 Jun 2016
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