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£50 Voucher at Harlech’s brand new food emporium Y Groser

Published on 9 Mar 2022 by Amy Greenwood

Any bookings for the month of April 2022 at Bryn Yr Aur will receive a £50 voucher at Harlech’s brand new food emporium Y Groser. Enjoy stocking up on your holiday cupboard essentials and quality Welsh produce including locally roasted coffee, fresh pastries, seasonal fruit and vegetables and some of the delicious offering from their very own deli. Bryn Yr Aur sleeps 6 and is within walking distance to the beach.

£50 Voucher at Harlech’s brand new food emporium Y Groser


Sleeps 6 | Pet Friendly | Near Beach | Real Fire

Bryn-Yr-Aur is a cute bungalow walking distance from the beach in Llanfair, near Harlech. This three bedroom cottage which can sleep up to six people has that real unpretentious home from home feel to it and provides a great base for families or friends wanting that traditional sea side holiday. A big lawned garden with lots of hidden seating in quiet corners is another real plus in this one.

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