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Luxury Accommodation In a Grade II Listed Property | Ficerdy

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Ficerdy is luxury accommodation in a Grade II listed property. As you approach the property, its exterior is impressive with high apex roofs and beautifully restored stonework. The lovely interiors and stunning views make this a fantastic destination holiday cottage.

The actual cottage is half of the building; the right half and is accessed by a door on the side wall. Downstairs are two sitting rooms and a kitchen. The larger of the sitting rooms benefits from a huge, stone inglenook fireplace with log burner. Two minimal, but beautifully upholstered sofas accompanied by handmade bespoke wooden furniture make this room simple with the colours used bringing warmth. The smaller sitting room, again has a log burner and TV, but is more of a room to retreat to if you want a bit of down time.

The slate floors in the kitchen are a lovely touch which work really well alongside the white units with oak tops. All new and modern appliances, including a double range oven are here. The large sash window looks out onto the grounds and brings a lot of light to the room. The dining table in here seats six. The kitchen has a great feel to it and is certainly going to be a place to congregate.

Upstairs there are two doubles and a twin. One of the doubles has an ensuite while the other two rooms share a family bathroom. The stairs leading up are beautifully restored floorboards which carry on through to the upstairs hallway. All the rooms are a good size with beautiful soft furnishings and furniture.

The family bathroom located up here has a large walk in shower, tiled throughout with modern fittings and colour scheme is very in-keeping with the rest of the house.

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Cottage Type
Near Beach, Near Pub, Real Fire
Welcome Pack, Linen, Towels, Cot (cot-linen not provided), WiFi, High Chair, Central Heating
No Pets, Hob, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Dishwasher, Washing Machine, Tumble Dryer, Iron and ironing board, TV, Mobile phone reception
Off street parking, BBQ, Bike Storage, Private Garden

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The cottage has its own private garden area; a small lawned area with a patio which is a lovely space to sit and eat if the weather permits.

The cottage is based on the outskirts of Caernarfon in a small village called Llandwrog. Close to Dinas Dinlle beach and all the adventure activities that the area has to offer especially with Glasfryn Parc just down the road. The Lôn Las Ogwen cycle path running from Lake Ogwen to Bangor then connecting to the north Wales coast cycle path is close by. This cottage is the ideal base to walk the North Wales coastal path and the Llyn Peninsula.

A little further down the coast will bring you to the famous Portmeirion Village, Pant Du Vineyard and a number of famous Medieval Welsh Castles as well as Penrhyn Castle in Bangor. A trip to nearby Menai Bridge, Caernarfon and Pwllheli is worth the trip to experience excellent Welsh cuisine and culture.

There are lots of activities nearby that will keep you entertained. Being so close to the mountains of Eryri (Snowdonia) there are endless opportunities for walking and climbing. Why not try all kinds of watersports or fishing on the Menai Straits. Other adventure activities including climbing, coasteering, sailing, karting and surfing which are all available in the area.

Here's a link for more information on the local area that you might find useful:
Things to do in Caernarfon

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Guest Reviews

Lewis DLima Family

We (3 Adults and 3 Kids under 10) had the most amazing experience during our weekend visit in mid-April 2024. Beautiful home stay and hospitable hosts in Nest & Phil, there were ready with freshly baked scones and the works, gorgeous fresh flower bouquets adorned every room to add to the timeless beauty of the home. Kids enjoyed the variety of indoor games, playing hide-and-go-seek in this vast pristine property and sitting by the fireplace was a lovely calm & cozy luxury.
Nearby Dinas Dinlle beach with the hillfort was an adventure and closeness to Snowdonia railway, Caenarfon Castle and town centre as well as Anglesey to see the World’s second longest place name made our short trip a memorable one. Toiletries (hand wash, bath soap) wasn’t available but sure if we asked they would have provided. Overall would love to revisit and recommend this place to friends. Made our visit super special indeed and kids did not want to leave as they preferred this ‘big-fun Wales home’ to their ‘boring old London house’! Love it!


We have just returned from a wonderful week in this property. It was spacious, very clean and well presented throughout. The addition of fresh flowers was such a wonderful touch, as was the welcome gifts. We had everything we needed as a family of five to make our stay more than comfortable.

The location is perfect, less 30mins from Snowdon & Pen-Y-Pass, less than 45mins from Llandudno and Conwy, and less than 10 mins to the local stony beach, that has a wonderful cafe and other amenities there.

All in all we had a wonderful stay and will definitely be returning to this property. Thank you to the owners for making it so special.


We’ve just spent 2 weeks at this lovely property. It has been maintained, furnished and equipped with care and attention to detail making a very comfortable and relaxing stay. There is plenty to see and do. We enjoyed walks, cycling, visiting properties, gardens and castles. The local pub is a short walk away and they do a tasty Sunday lunch there. Thank you for your warm welcome and the thoughtful touches that made our stay so relaxing and enjoyable.


We had a wonderful time staying at this house. It’s super clean, very comfortable & in a really beautiful position with stunning views of the countryside. A little gem & we’d be happy to return.

Leslie Thornhill

We have had a wonderful 2 week stay in this lovely, comfortable house – agree with all the previous comments, especillay the delicious scones. Great to meet Nest & Gwil. The location was fantastic for the coast & the mountains. Stunning scenery. Many thanks.

Nerys Wardle

A spotlessly clean and well a furnished holiday let. The house is amazing and set in a beautiful part of Wales. Beds were comfortable and the towels super soft. We would highly recommend this cottage and will return. Many thanks to the owners for their kind words at such a difficult time for us.

The Waddingham family

We are just home from an amazing stay at this beautiful house , we were staying with a very young baby so cleanliness was the uppermost importance and this house is just spotless, everything down to the beautiful smell of the bed sheets (would love to know what you use ) fresh flowers in all the rooms downstairs was a lovely touch , but the freshly baked scones that you could smell as you entered the house were just amazing , I really can’t say enough good things about our stay , we all just loved it , a lovely warm welcome awaits you and we really didn’t want to go home , we all said another couple of nights would have been perfect , thank you so much for having us and helping to make baby Harry’s first little holiday such a perfect one x

David Adams

We had a great stay at Ficerdy. The property is immaculate. Lots of space, spotlessly clean and the Christmas tree and decorations were a lovely touch. We throughly enjoyed our stay which provides a great location for numerous local walks. We particularly enjoyed Aberglaswyn gorge and walking in the foothills of Snowdon from Llanberis. We had one very rainy day, but visited Bounce Below at Blanaeu Ffestiniog, which the children loved. The property is very well equipped and finished to a high standard. The only point to note is that for heavy users of the internet, the broadband is quite weak, and easily overwhelmed if you’re using multiple devices. If streaming movies / games etc. is crucial to your holiday (it isn’t for us, and it was quite nice to be forced off your phone!), then it maybe isn’t for you. We, however, would very happily stay here again. Nest was on hand to greet us on arrival, and a very small problem we had with a low battery in a smoke alarm was dealt with very quickly. Highly recommended.

Jeannie and David

We visited 10-15 October 21 and had a wonderful stay in this beautiful house.

The property is spotlessly clean and the welcome pack of scones (with cream, jam and butter), fresh flowers in the downstairs rooms and wine was most welcome.

The weather was kind to us so we were able to get out and about and enjoy to trips to Anglesey, Conwy, Llandudno, Bangor and enjoy fabulous walks in the Snowdonia Mountains.

At the end of a full day it was a joy to return to the house and rest in home from home surroundings.

Christopher Rowley

Ficerdy is one, if not the best holiday cottage/house we have ever stayed in! (and we’ve stayed in a lot)!
Nest and Gwyl are the most amazing hosts. There when you need them or not if you don’t. The property is SPOTLESSLY CLEAN and very well equipped too. It is also in a great position for discovering North Wales beautiful countryside and attractions. We highly recommend that you try this property if you want a comfortable, relaxing staycation in North Wales! One small thing (and its not a criticism) we would have liked to see more standard lamps or ambient lighting in the downstairs rooms? We bought some of our own lights along and moved a bedside lamp from upstairs into the living room to give the property a more cosy feel.

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