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Stylish Holiday Cottage With a 60's Vibe In a Village Location | Bronwen

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Pet FriendlyNear BeachNear Pub
Harlech
 
 

You’ll find this stylish holiday cottage with a 60's vibe in a village location. Set over three floors, Bronwen sleeps up to six guests. The cottage is in a prime location in the centre of Llanbedr, a short walk from the village stores and a decent couple of pubs.

Close to the coast around five miles south of Harlech, Llanbedr is the perfect location for a relaxing holiday in North Wales. Flanked by the Snowdonia mountains to the east and the Irish Sea to the west, it is close to many of the region’s most popular towns, beaches and attractions.

The cottage is a three-storey stone terrace with a charming little garden to the rear. Recently renovated, it has been styled with some gorgeous mid century pieces - if you are a fan of G-plan or Ercol, you’re going to like it here.

Open the front door into this stylish holiday cottage with a 60's vibe in a village location and you’ll find a large bright open plan living area. It is beautifully presented. In the main sitting area at the front end of the room, you’ll find a very comfortable leather sofa and a fab velvet shell chair. We love the rattan chairs in the bay window. Towards the rear of the room is the dining area with a dining table complete with retro Hornsea Saffron tableware, and a handy separate breakfast bar.

Beyond the dining area, there are a couple of steps down into a modestly sized kitchen. It is super-smart and well equipped. There is an electric oven and hob, and all the gadgets and appliances you might expect to find. The kitchen window looks out over the decked garden to the rear of the property.

Head up the stairs to the first floor to find two bedrooms, one double, and one single bedroom. There is also a fab family bathroom with a large walk in shower. The bedrooms are bright, inviting and very comfortable.

Up again to the second floor, and you’ll find a third bedroom. This large family room sits under the eaves, but there is a decent amount of ceiling height. In this bedroom, you’ll find a comfortable double bed as well as a single.

To the rear of this stylish holiday cottage with a 60's vibe in a village location you’ll find a lovely little garden. Mainly laid to gravel, it has a nice raised decking area and picnic table, and some lovely pots and plants dotted about. The garden backs onto woodland, and is a lovely place to sit back, relax, and listen to the breeze as it flutters through the trees.

 
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Facilities

Cottage Type
Pet Friendly, Near Beach, Near Pub
Essentials
Welcome Hamper, Linen, Towels, WiFi, Central Heating, Smoke detector, Carbon monoxide detector, First Aid kit
Inside
2 Pets, Cooker, Hob, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer (not icebox), Washing Machine, Iron and ironing board, TV, Toys/ Games/ Books, Mobile phone reception
Outside
Private Garden, Enclosed garden, On street parking, BBQ
 

Floor Plans

 

Location

 

Llanbedr has long been a popular destination for visitors to North Wales, and it’s not hard to see why. A quiet, rural village located near the west coast of the national park, it sits nestled in the Artro river valley with a stunning mountain backdrop.

The village is flanked by the Rhinog mountains to the east and the Irish Sea to the west, a place of epic sunsets and rugged, timeless landscapes. It is an easy drive to many of the most popular places in North Wales, including Pen Llyn, Harlech, Shell Island, Barmouth, Porthmadog, Criccieth and Portmeirion.

The closest town to Llanbedr is Harlech, which is around five miles to the north – a short drive or a very pleasant walk along the Wales Coastal Path. Harlech is home to a clifftop UNESCO World Heritage Site medieval castle and one of the best links golf courses in the UK at Royal St David’s. Its hills and winding lanes provide plenty of nooks and crannies to explore, and some great places to eat.

The coastline near Llanbedr is one of sandy dunes and marram grass. Expect award-winning golden sands and dunes – the perfect place to try your hand at surfing or paddle boarding, or just for the kids to run around freely and play in the sand.

Drive around fifteen minutes south from the cottage to get to Barmouth’s sandy blue flag beach which stretches for two miles and is perfect for picnics, donkey rides, swimming, paddling and surfing. There is traditional seaside fun along the promenade, and plenty of shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs and ice cream parlours.

A little further south along the coast will bring you to Dolgellau, home to the Coed Y Brenin mountain biking centre, where you can bring your own bike or hire one from the Beics Brenin visitor centre. There are eight trails ranging from blue to black, so something for the whole family. There are also excellent running and walking trails through the woods.

There’s easy access from this stylish holiday cottage with a 60's vibe in a village location to many of Snowdonia’s most popular attractions and destinations, including Zip World, Bounce Below and the Llechwedd Deep Mine experience at Blaenau Ffestiniog. Portmeirion, with its Italianate follies, spectacular gardens and interesting shops is a 25 minute drive.

If you prefer to keep things simple on your hols, you’re in great walking country. The Rhinog mountains offer some of the most spectacular landscapes in the UK with all-shades-of-satisfying routes and no shortage of spectacular spots for a picnic. Take a look at our blog for some Rhinog walking inspiration, including information on how you can take a Zwartbles sheep for a walk – extremely popular with kids of all ages!

There are some lovely river walks to explore straight out of the front door of this stylish holiday cottage with a 60's vibe in a village location, including one of Wales’s most spectacular waterfalls at Rhaeadr Nantcol, just a couple of miles from the cottage.

 
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Guest Reviews

 
Jennifer Spencer
 
 

We had a fantastic stay at Bronwen house
The house was beautifully decorated and had all the amenities we needed. It was in a fantastic location with a good pub and fabulous walks to the waterfall nearby. There were gorgeous beaches and Harlech castle a short drive away.
Would absolutely reccomend!

Rachael Goodman
 
 

Stayed here in August 2021 with my 2 daughters and father. We absolutely loved this house. It is decorated beautifully (although mirrors are needed in the bedrooms). The kitchen was well equipped and beautiful and clean. Lovely garden area, although we didn’t get to use it due to the weather! We really liked the village where it is situated. We ate at The Victoria Inn and would recommend the food. Really good Vegan menu. Parking could be tricky as you need to 90% of the time parallel park into the space (this isn’t a designated space and a couple of times we were unable to park as there was no space, however there is a side road by the bridge which had plenty of parking and only a couple of minutes walk) and when there was heavier traffic it could be a bit stressful. The location of the house is great, in between Harlech and Barmouth and plenty to do in the area and some lovely beach’s. We would definitely stay here again.

Mark
 
 

Great, well appointed holiday home, near to beaches and Barmouth centre.

 

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