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Stunning views of Cardigan Bay and the mountains of North Wales | Hen-Feudy

Dog FriendlyNear BeachNear PubReal FireEV Charger

Location is everything of course and it doesn’t get much better than this. Hen-Feudy is a single story barn conversion in the village of Dyffryn Ardudwy half way between Harlech and Barmouth on the Cambrian coast road. In a slightly elevated position on the outskirts of the village the cottage commands breath taking views across Cardigan Bay and the mountains of North Wales.

The cottage has a lovely patio area as well as big mature gardens facing out over the coastline. But large glass panelled oak doors in both the kitchen dinner and the lounge ensures that the view can be enjoyed from the inside as well. In the kitchen this sense of light and space is amplified still further by a high vaulted ceiling and modern lighting. Sleek white units are topped with a polished black granite worktop whilst a more traditional welsh dresser and exposed stonewall give character and a sense of place.

The solid oak flooring continues next door into the lounge. Two large 3 seater sofas sit in front of a cast iron log burner. A modern TV sits in the corner of the room but your attention will undoubtedly be drawn to the view outside especially as the sun dips down into the bay towards the end of the day.

Two bedrooms, one double one twin. Again, both are bright and airy and well appointed. The bathroom next door has a contemporary suite complete with powerful shower over a large bath. A small utility room houses the washing machine and small freezer.

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Cottage Type
Dog Friendly
Near Beach
Near Pub
Real Fire
EV Charger
Welcome Pack
Cot (cot-linen not provided)
High Chair
Central Heating
Smoke detector
Carbon monoxide detector
Bag of Logs
2 Pets
Freezer (not icebox)
Washing Machine
Iron and ironing board
Champagne Flutes
Cooking Basics
Wine Glasses
Dining Table
Tea Towels
Dishwasher Tablets
Oven Gloves
Clothes Drying Rack
Private Garden
Enclosed garden
Off street parking
Bike Storage

Floor Plans




Dyffryn is a nice village complete with a small grocery store, butchers, post office and garage. All are within walking distance of the cottage. Same goes for the pub too. (A 5 min drive or 20 to 30 min walk away) Which is handy. Visitors to this part of North Wales are spoilt for choice regards beaches. But it’s difficult to beat the sandy dunes of Bennar Beach in Dyffryn itself.

Jump in the car and the historic town of Harlech is 10 minutes drive to the North and the seaside town of Barmouth is 10 minutes to the south. Moelfre and the Rhinog Mountain rage is just behind the cottage and are well worth exploring but Snowdon is about 40 mins to the north. Coed Y Brennin to the west is a mecca for mountain bikers and many more adventure type activities can be enjoyed in the surrounding area.

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

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Guest Reviews

Andrew Morgan

This was our second stay at this beautiful cottage and it didn’t disappoint at all. It’s very comfortable with a lovely garden. The views are far reaching and we saw some amazing sunsets. There was a nice welcome basket too, with delicious eggs, thank you for that. Every time we stay in Dyffryn Ardudwy, we find it harder to leave! We will definitely return.

Richard Claridge

Enjoyed our visit to Hen-Feudy last week. Cottage is wonderful, grounds are superb and Ann the owner was very understanding and helpful, a lovely lady. We had our 2 dachshunds who thoroughly enjoyed chasing the rabbits , if we allowed them to!! All amenities were to a high standard , we didn’t want for anything.


A really lovely holiday cottage, very clean, really spacious but also snug and nicely presented. Great location for exploring either towards Harlech or Barmouth. Dyffryn is a super sandy beach when the tide is out. The garden is also lovely. Thank you for the welcome goodies – much appreciated. Would book again without hesistation.


We have just spent a restful few days here in this wonderful cottage; everything about the place is top quality. At this time of year (November) it was a delight to spend our evenings in such a warm and cosy place.

Lynn Harrison

Fabulous cottage & beautiful views. Best of all was the lovely safe & secure huge garden which was perfect for two border collies to explore. There is a very steep drive to the property though & think this should be mentioned in the description, it is mentioned after booking but it could make a difference as to whether people booked in the first instance. Saying that we would definitely return, especially as only a few minutes from one of our favourite beaches worth it for that amazing garden

Nicola morris

A beautifully presented property
Lovely welcome
Lovely location

Paul Drane

Wonderful stay in a lovely cottage with the most incredible views and fully secure, huge garden. All of us (including the dogs!) had a great time. We will definitely be back.

Virginia Pilkington

Absolutely lovely week again here, it is always so nice and enjoyable.Walking in the hills, along the beaches or just enjoying the garden it’s perfect. Weather was great as well. Planning our next visit!

Peter Jones

Just come back from a lovey stay here.

There is everything you need for a perfect stay and would definitely come back.

Angela Hawke

Well, put it this way: we booked another two weeks in Hen Feudy next year while we were still there. The gardens are wonderful (plural — there are three garden areas — one large one in front of the house, and two smaller ones up above the house at the back, plus the lovely patio). Each one has a gorgeous view across the dunes to the Llyn Peninsula. The photos don’t really capture the character of the gardens. That view continues in the house with its big french doors, and the house itself is lovely. What isn’t mentioned in the description is the ‘green wall’ of planting at the back of the house which fills the back windows with different shades of green. We were lucky with the weather, spending days on the spectacular beach and coming back to Hen Feudy each evening for sundowners on the patio and stunning sunsets. We might bring a larger frying pan next year, but that’s just nitpicking! Top tips: best coffee is at Caffi Llew Glas in Harlech. Best butcher: the brilliant London Stores just down the road.

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