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Recently refurbished historic family farmhouse | Allt-Goch

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Dog FriendlyNear BeachReal FireFarm Stay
Harlech
 
 

For a perfect rural getaway, look no further than this recently refurbished historic family farmhouse in North West Wales. Located between the coastline of Bae Ceredigion and the Rhinogydd mountains, Allt-Goch is a wonderful four bedroom property, sleeping seven in total. For lovers of the outdoors, there are walks directly from the doorstep and a short drive will lead to some of the best beaches in Wales.

The front door of the double fronted, newly decorated property, leads through to a fabulous open plan living space. Commanding the whole front of the property, this wonderful space comprises a kitchen diner to one side, with a comfy lounge area to the other. The charm and character of the farmhouse is immediately evident with its uneven whitewashed plaster walls, dark wooden ceiling beams and quarry tile flooring. The shaker kitchen is stylish, while retaining a traditional feel. With pale grey wooden doors and a dark worktop, the kitchen includes a built in dishwasher, large fridge freezer and range cooker with electric hob. There's ample space for cooking and entertaining in the kitchen, with an adjacent six seater dining table.

A wooden divider separates the kitchen from the lounge - an inviting space with two chocolate brown leather sofas positioned around a coffee table, facing a large inglenook fireplace with a warming log burner. This is one of two lounge areas in Allt-Goch and is the perfect spot to retire after dinner for a some drinks and catch up in a cosy space. A door to the rear of the open plan living space leads through to a central hallway, that doubles up as a utility room. From this space, there is access to a ground floor bathroom with shower cubicle, WC and basin. Completing the ground floor layout of Allt-Goch, a second lounge area to the rear of the property is the perfect place to get comfy and catch up on your favourite box set. With a wall mounted Smart TV, a large sofa and two armchairs, this additional lounge provides another option for somewhere to relax in the evenings.

Stairs lead up to the first floor of this recently refurbished historic family farmhouse which comprises of three double bedrooms, a single bedroom and two bathrooms. With sloping ceilings and exposed beams, the bedrooms retain the same character as that of the ground floor. The bedrooms are bright and airy, with plenty of natural light and white painted walls to maximise this. Both of the larger doubles to the front of the property feature wooden framed beds with a subtle leaf print bedding adding some texture and colour. A mix of stylish antique bedroom furniture adds charm to the rooms and there is ample storage space for clothing. The third double room to the rear of the property, whilst a little smaller, also includes a wooden framed bed with textured white bedding and some lovely furniture pieces. Completing the bedrooms, a smaller room includes a single bed alongside a chest of drawers and bedside table.

Allt-Goch benefits from having three bathrooms in total, with two on the first floor, which is ideal for when a larger group is staying. The first bathroom features a corner walk in shower cubicle, alongside a WC and basin, with shelving built into the wall that’s ideal for storing toiletries. Patterned floor tiles add a little colour to the room. The second first floor bathroom features a fabulous walk in shower cubicle with rain forest head, finished in a striking blue tile.

 
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Facilities


Cottage Type
Dog Friendly
Near Beach
Real Fire
Farm Stay
Essentials
Welcome Pack
Linen
Towels
WiFi
Cot (cot-linen not provided)
High Chair
Central Heating
Smoke detector
Carbon monoxide detector
First Aid kit
Fire extinguisher or blanket
Bag of Logs
Inside
2 Pets
Cooker
Hob
Microwave
Fridge
Freezer (not icebox)
Dishwasher
Washing Machine
Toys/ Games/ Books
Hair Dryer
Cooking Basics
Wine Glasses
Dining Table
Kettle
Tea Towels
Dishwasher Tablets
Toaster
Clothes Drying Rack
Cleaning Products
Body soap/Shower gel
Baby Safety Gates
Fireplace Guards
Outside
Private Garden
Enclosed garden
Off street parking
Additional Information

Washing line

*Uneven ground and narrow, steep steps make the cottage unsuitable for wheelchair users. Please contact if you have any extra needs that you may feel we could accommodate, and we would be happy to discuss.*

 

Floor Plans

 

Location

 

This is an amazing property for those that enjoy being outside. Accessed from the hallway of the recently refurbished historic family farmhouse, the rear garden features a lawn area with a picnic table, along with a rustic porch with a bench where guests can sit, relax with a drink and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. Wanting to hike somewhere less crowded than Eryri's main hub? The country lanes from Allt-Goch lead to a number of hiking trails, including routes onto the neighbouring Rhinogydd mountains, where a variety of paths wind through the hills, accommodating hikers of all experience and fitness levels. Heading to the coast from the property, a number of stunning beaches line the coastline here including Benar Beach, Morfa Dyffryn and the sweeping sands of Harlech Beach, flanked by huge sand dunes.

With its convenient location halfway between Harlech and Barmouth, there are lots of opportunities to go exploring from the property. Travel north to Harlech and explore the 13th-century Harlech Castle to discover more about the background of this architectural marvel of the Middle Ages. On a clear day, you'll have views of Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon) from the castle, which offers breathtaking views. Make sure to visit some of the town's adorable boutiques for gifts. Barmouth, a seaside resort south of Allt-Goch, is home to the historic Barmouth Bridge, a local icon, along with a gorgeous beach with a picturesque mountain backdrop. Walk along the Mawddach Trail - an inland walking and cycling path on an abandoned railway line that follows the Mawddach Estuary towards Dolgellau, starting from the Barmouth area.

Coed-y-Brenin Forest Park is close by for avid mountain bikers. This purpose-built mountain biking complex offers routes for all skill levels and is an excellent place for walkers too, with wonderful paths which are ideal for families and four-legged companions. This part of North Wales has something to offer everyone, and the breathtaking scenery is not to be missed.

Here's a link for more info on the local area that you might find useful:
SNOWDONIA INFORMATION PACK - HARLECH

 
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Guests
Max Adults:
7
Max Children:
6
Max Infants:
1
Maximum number of adults and children is 7
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Guest Reviews

 
Melody
 
 

My husband, myself, five young people and a dog spent a brilliant week at this beautiful farmhouse. There was loads of space for us all. The beds are all very comfortable, we used the two upstairs showers, which are both powerful and hot. The kitchen area is very well equipped and we did lots of cooking. It’s lovely to eat in the kitchen and have a lounge in the same space to all be together. There is another lounge with TV for even more relaxing!
We loved the views from nearly all the windows and being able to do long and short walks right from the front door.

Overall, a tastefully decorated and furnished, large, historic, warm farmhouse in stunning surroundings, with super helpful and responsive hosts. Would 100% recommend this property.

Cheryl
 
 

So, so peaceful. Want to get away from the hum drum, this is the place to come. Secluded but able to access any amenities… there’s waterfalls, walking, restaurants. The cottage has everything you need and extras. Beds really comfortable, nice to be apart of a working farm, children accommodated and happy. Really enjoyed our stay with our grandchildren, happy memories ❤️

Carl
 
 

Lovely, cosy and spacious farmhouse in a very, very peaceful location. A few minutes drive from Llanbedr, which is a lovely village with a local shop, and two pubs, Victoria Inn does lovely food. Farmhouse was larger than we imagined. Cosy dining kitchen with two sofas and a log burner, large utility, wet room and large lounge with amazing views. Upstairs is very spacious with two well fitted bathrooms and four large bedrooms with comfortable beds. We were two families staying together and there was plenty of space. Kitchen is very well equipped with everything you need. We wish we could have stayed longer but would recommend staying here if you want somewhere peaceful, private and very cosy

Jane
 
 

We spent 3 nights at this farmhouse and plan to come back again and stay longer as there is so much to see in the area. The location is amazing, between the mountains and the sea, so quiet and private. The kitchen is extremely well equipped, beds are comfortable, several bathrooms, lovely woodburner, lots of space.
Great place for dogs too with hard floors downstairs and a stairgate to stop them going upstairs
The house is up a narrow lane but our host gave us good instructions that worked perfectly. Really I cannot recommend this place enough!

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