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Spacious Three Bedroom Detached Property Near Criccieth | Maes-Y-Caerau

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Set in a rural location in the heart of a farming community, Maes-Y-Caerau is a spacious environmentally conscious, energy efficient timber framed three bedroom detached property near Criccieth. With three bedrooms sleeping six in total, the property features a ground floor bedroom and wet-room, creating a fully accessible and inclusive space.

Pulling into the driveway of the stunning and architecturally designed property, the wooden cladding and dark framed glazing provide a fabulous first impression. French doors open into a large open plan living area, combining modern and traditional decor and furniture. South facing with large windows to take advantage of natural sunlight. A light stone tiled floor is laid throughout and the walls are finished in natural tones. Two large leather sofas are placed in an L-shape, looking out towards the French doors and to a Smart TV mounted on the wall. A traditional dresser, modern nest of tables and large rug complete the space. To the rear of the open plan space, the stunning kitchen features wooden units running the entirety of the rear wall. A built in eye level oven sits to the end of the units along with a microwave oven and an electric hob built into the slate effect counter top. With ample storage space, a large fridge freezer, kettle and toaster, this is the ideal space for self catering for a large group. An additional island counter sits to the side of the kitchen, with a large wooden table and farmhouse style dining chairs. There is a door from the kitchen leading out to the covered car port.

A door from the lounge area leads to the property's large accessible ground floor bedroom. Versatile zip link beds can create either 2 singles or 1 super king double, as required. The beds with grey fabric headboards and soft white linen have a bedside cabinet with lamp to both sides. A storage cupboard is located to one end of the room, and the opposite end features French doors opening onto the front paved patio area. Located next to the bedroom, the ground floor features a modern wet-room which is again fully wheelchair accessible. The wet-room is beautifully fitted out with pale stone effect tiles to the floor, and a mix of dark and light stone tiles to the walls. A shower with rainforest head and additional hand held shower head is located to one end, with a pull down chair mounted to the wall. A shower curtain blind can be pulled down to separate the shower area from the remainder of the room, which includes a WC, basin and storage shelving. The wet room has removable grab rails for each side of the toilet and the property owners also have some equipment available for use for people with mobility issues. The owners who live right next door to the property have many years experience working with disabled & can provide information of particular relevance to wheelchair users.

Heading upstairs in the spacious three bedroom detached property near Criccieth, the layout comprises two large double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Both bedrooms are of similar size, built into the eaves of the modern property with Velux balcony windows, allowing natural light to flood into the first floor spaces. The master bedroom is a stunning room, finished in neutral colours with a wood effect floor providing clean lines. An ornate black metal framed king sized bed is located to one end with modern black side tables and lamps. A dressing table with mirror, open wardrobe and small chest sit alongside two comfy chairs facing a fabulous picture window with views of the surrounding scenery. This is the perfect spot to take some time out with a book or glass of wine.

The second bedroom features a large king sized bed with grey fabric headboard, located between two pine bedside cabinets. A comfy leather armchair sits near the window, another perfect spot to relax for a while, and an antique chest provides clothes storage. With windows to both sides, the room is bright and airy, with one window opening up creating a small balcony with great views. The family bathroom, located on the first floor is a bright room with patterned colourful tiles on the wall behind the modern bathtub, which has a white panelled front fascia. The bath is complete with shower over and pull down shower curtain blind, along with a WC, basin and storage for toiletries.

There is sheltered parking under the carport so people can get out of their cars & into the house all under cover, particularly important for people with limited mobility.

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Cottage Type
Dog Friendly, EV Charger
Welcome Pack, Linen, Towels, Cot (cot-linen not provided), WiFi, High Chair, Central Heating, Smoke detector, Carbon monoxide detector
Cooker, Hob, Microwave, Fridge, Dishwasher, Washing Machine, Iron and ironing board, TV, Smart TV, Mobile phone reception, Cottage suitable for 'assisted' wheelchair guests, Cottage suitable for guests who use a wheelchair
Shared Garden, Off street parking, BBQ
Additional Information
  • EV Charging Point (7kW) - the owner will contact you regarding how much the EV charger rate is. 

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This spacious three bedroom detached property near Criccieth is in the perfect location to explore the west coast of North Wales and the Llyn Peninsula. At only a five minute drive to the pretty seaside town of Criccieth, there are a number of reasons to visit including the wonderful beach, Criccieth Castle and a host of restaurants and cafes. Visiting Criccieth Castle's hilltop location provides spectacular views of the surrounding coastline and mountains. Originally built in the 1230's, the castle was modified numerous times over the years and the impressive twin towers of the gatehouse still remain to this day. Stop into Cadwalader's for some fantastic ice cream with views out to sea, or for something more substantial head to Dylan's Restaurant sitting alongside the beach in a stunning art deco building, before spending some time on the beach.

The nearby sweeping coastline provides numerous long sandy beaches including Morfa Bychan Beach where you can drive the car and park up right on the sand. A short drive east from the property heads toward the town of Porthmadog and onwards to the stunning Italianate Village of Portmeirion, packed full of quirky and wonderfully coloured buildings, alongside cafes and shops. It's a stunning location and was the set for the 1960's cult classic TV show The Prisoner. Maes-Y-Caerau is also in a fabulous spot to explore further along the Llyn Peninsula, exploring vibrant seaside resorts or taking stroll on the Wales Coast Path, passing along rugged cliff tops and golden sand beaches.

Hikers and walkers will find that the Parc Genedlaethol Eryri (Snowdonia National Park) is also only a short drive north east, with miles of walking trails and pretty villages to explore.

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Guest Reviews

Shah Rukh Khan

I recently had the pleasure of experiencing an exceptional stay at Debbie’s residence. Her hospitality surpassed expectations, particularly considering the unique challenges posed by our children. Debbie exhibited remarkable attentiveness and foresight by inquiring about our specific needs, such as the provision of cots and stair gates, even before our arrival—an exemplary gesture of thoughtfulness.

The residence itself was impeccably equipped, encompassing all necessities and more, ensuring a thoroughly enjoyable stay. The rooms exuded a warm and inviting ambiance, complemented by Debbie’s prompt and responsive communication throughout our time there. Not only did she excel as a host, but her courtesy and generosity set her apart as one of the finest hosts I have ever encountered.

A noteworthy aspect of our experience was Debbie’s kind offer to mail a few items we had inadvertently left behind after our departure. Although we declined, the sincerity of her gesture underscored her commitment to guest satisfaction. I wholeheartedly endorse Debbie as a host and can confidently assert that she has set a new standard of excellence in hospitality. She is truly an outstanding host, and I highly recommend her accommodation.

May 2023

Myself and 5 friends stayed at Maes-Y-Caerau (located in Rhoslan) for a long weekend and it was fantastic! Debbie and Dave were really welcoming and happy to help out in any way possible. The place itself was more than big enough for the 6 us (2 double beds and 2 singles/1 double) and it was really clean, had good internet and had all the other things you would need/expect. We’d all more than happily stay here again. Thank you

May 2023

We recently had the pleasure of staying at the modern 3 bedroom house located in the peaceful countryside near Criccieth in Wales. From the moment we arrived, we were struck by the stunning natural surroundings and the contemporary design of the property. The house itself is incredibly light, airy, and clean, with a high-end finish that truly sets it apart. The attention to detail is evident in every aspect of the house, from the sleek and modern furnishings to the state-of-the-art appliances. Each of the three bedrooms was spacious, comfortable, and provided a peaceful night’s sleep. One of the highlights of our stay was the breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. Whether we were enjoying a cup of coffee on the patio or relaxing in the comfortable living room, we were constantly amazed by the beauty of the landscape. The house’s location also provided a sense of seclusion and tranquility that made it the perfect place to unwind and recharge.

Andrew Lamb

We stayed for a week and were not disappointed. Great location and stunning property. David and Debbie could not be more helpful during our stay great hosts. Any one who has mobility or disability issue you wont be disappointed it has a downstairs bedroom and wet room. We look forward to another visit very soon.

David Johnson

We had a great week at Maes-Y-Caerau. Debbie and Dave were very welcoming, the house is beautifully finished and a great location to explore the Llyn Penninsula.

Ann John

A really enjoyable stay at Maes-y-Caerau. The hosts very welcoming, accommodation was well laid out and very comfortable.
Would be happy to return.

April 2022

Lovely place, friendly and helpful hosts , very clean and comfortable

April 2022

We just had a week’s stay at the property, and I’m sure we will be back. The house itself was beautiful and spotlessly clean, with a beautiful garden and new modern fittings. The location suited us perfectly as a base to explore the surrounding areas. The EV charger was really useful for us, and the hosts were super friendly and helpful.


Beautiful place to stay and really quiet! The host was responsive with the questions I had and was extremely friendly on arrival. The scenery around the local village was amazing and there are lots of things to do to fill the day out. Would 100% come back in the future.

March 2023

Lovely stay, in a lovely house, stayed for a couple nights to climb mount snowdon, being within 30mins drive of a couple of the mountain paths, worked out perfect. Would recommend.

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