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Four Bedroom Holiday Home With Views Over Cardigan Bay | Ty-Mari

Dog FriendlyNear BeachNear PubReal FireEV Charger

A four bedroom holiday home with views over Cardigan Bay, Ty-Mari is a beautiful property on the outskirts of Harlech, situated on the west coast of North Wales. Located on a quiet street, this beautiful stone property is set into the hillside with unobscured views out across Bae Ceredigion and the Llyn Peninsula.

Steps lead down through a landscaped front garden into the hallway of the property. To the left sits a large open plan kitchen, diner and lounge area. The spacious modern and sleek kitchen features ample counter space finished in a marble effect and cream coloured kitchen units. Two eye level ovens and a microwave are fitted into the units, along with plenty of storage space. An island counter separates the kitchen and dining area, perfect for socialising. A tiled stone floor features throughout the space. The large dining area includes a heavy dark wood dining table with dining chairs and bench seating, accommodating up to six people comfortably. Two cream leather sofas complete the space along with a sideboard and large flat screen TV on the wall. The clean and simple layout provides an air of light and space.

The ground floor also includes a large lounge area on the opposite side of the hallway, with a light wood effect floor and a modern contemporary feel. Two large navy leather sofas, a side chair and pouffe stool provide plenty of seating space for a large family or group. A log burner set in the fireplace provides a warm and cosy feel, and the décor in light shades of blue alongside the artwork within the room provides a nod to the coastal setting of the property. French doors from both ground floor rooms lead out to a patio, providing breath taking views over the coastline. The ground floor layout is completed by a downstairs WC and laundry room, perfect for longer stays.

Upstairs in this four bedroom holiday home with views over Cardigan Bay, the first floor has three generously sizes double bedrooms including a master suite with en suite. The master bedroom is beautifully decorated with wood effect flooring and large built in wardrobes. A chunky wooden bedframe with surround storage allows plenty of storage space for a longer stay. The modern en suite features a large walk in shower cubicle with rain forest head, a modern sink vanity unit with storage under and a WC. The other two double bedrooms are also spacious, one being modern with contemporary furniture and the other a more traditional style with a pine bed and wardrobes. A family bathroom completes the first floor layout.

The second floor of the property provides an additional two rooms. Built into the loft space with sloping ceilings, there is an additional large twin bedroom and a play room with large bean bags and a flat screen TV, perfect to hook up a games console. This floor is ideal for teenagers who want their own sense of space.

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Cottage Type
Dog Friendly, Near Beach, Near Pub, Real Fire, EV Charger
Linen, Towels, WiFi, High Chair, Central Heating, Smoke detector, Carbon monoxide detector, Fire extinguisher or blanket
2 Pets, Hob, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer (not icebox), Dishwasher, Washing Machine, Tumble Dryer, Iron and ironing board, TV, Smart TV, Mobile phone reception
On street parking, Off street parking, BBQ, Private Garden
Additional Information
No Welcome Pack, No Cot
The loft room has a TV and Games Console

7kw EV charging point outside.

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Set into the hillside on a quiet residential street of detached properties, the four bedroom holiday home with views over Cardigan Bay has an elevated setting with unobscured coastal views. At road level, there is an off road parking space and a private landscaped garden to the front, with a gravelled bench seating area. To the rear, there is a large decked patio area that can be accessed from the dining room and lounge area, with a further garden area beyond. The views from the rear of the property are magnificent. The elevated setting provides panoramic views over Cardigan Bay and the Llyn Peninsula, with the mountains of Eryri (Snowdonia) to the right. The sand dunes stretch out below the below the property, leading to Harlech Beach - one of the most beautiful sandy beaches in North Wales.

The centre of Harlech town is only a short fifteen minute walk, where you'll find a number of gorgeous independent shops, cafes and bistros. Pretty courtyards and old stone buildings house beautiful craft shops and quirky cafes. Wander down Ffordd Pen Lech, the second steepest street in world with a gradient of 37.45%, but remember you'll need to climb back up. Harlech's main landmark is the imposing Harlech Castle, a thirteenth century fortress built by England's King Edward I which stands on a rocky outcrop overlooking the surrounding landscape.

Harlech is a great base to explore the coastline of Bae Ceredigion, with the seaside town of Barmouth a twenty minute drive south and the Italianate village of Portmeirion only a short drive north.

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

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Guest Reviews


We had a great stay in this lovely house, even though we were there for the worst storm in 10 years!
It’s a lovely, modern, spacious house in a great location. There are brilliant walks on the doorstep (don’t be scared of the steep hill, it’s not that bad!), we loved taking our dogs on the beach and into the hills.
Even though the weather was awful we were cosy and warm and enjoyed the magnificent view.
Jennifer is a superb host and we would definitely stay again


Lovely location, we spent the Christmas here and we felt like home! The view is amazing, overseeing the beach and the village is also very welcoming! We had all amenities we needed and plenty of space available! Ohh yes, the chimney was the cherry on the cake!! Lighting up the fire after a windy and rainy walk to the beach was just perfect! Jennifer was friendly and helpful, great communication – thank you so much and we will definitely comeback during summer!

Loretta Bradford

We really loved our stay, great house and location for our family. Amazing views and very warm and comfortable. We will definitely return.

Victoria bandali

Fantastic house, beautiful views, the house was so well equipped, lovely decor, very welcoming and just felt like home!!

Ann Wilcox

Lovely house with everything that you may need and more. Better than we expected. The views were stunning as well.


We had a fabulous week in this lovely house. The house was immaculate and well equipped and the views are simply stunning. There were only 2 of us plus our little 4 legged friend companion, but it would be such a great house to fill with friends or family. Nearby beaches are gorgeous and dog friendly. We loved it, thank you.

Amy Wooard-Taylor

Ty-Mari is a fantastic holiday base and a beautiful house. The kitchen is the real heart-of-the-home and as two families totalling 8 people (plus dog), we spent most of our time between there and the garden patio with its breathtaking views across the sea. BBQs on the terrace watching the sun set were just the best. The bedrooms are generous and the whole place is really well appointed. The kids had their own space for hanging out as there’s a playroom at the top of the house and the enormous living room meant not being on top of each other. Parking for two cars was easy both on the drive and to the front of the property. It’s a short wander into lovely Harlech and as well as shopping in the super independent shops we visited Llew Glas cafe a number of times (perfect for a morning coffee) had drinks on the terrace at Plas Restaurant and a few more at the Lion Inn (Harlech House). Shout out to Y Groser on the high Street, it’s an unassumingly superb deli and should be your morning stop off for fresh bread and literally everything else.

The beach is an easy 25 or so minute wander down and a less easy walk back up but like everything in Harlech, the pay-off is worth it. Especially if you head straight to the Lion Inn after the walk. Or grab an ice cream if you prefer. The slate caverns at Llanfair are another easy walk away and definitely worth a visit. It was very warm when we went and exploring those cool caverns on a hot afternoon was perfect.

We loved Ty-Mari so much we’ve already booked for next year. Cannot wait!

Gary Elsley

When we arrived we were greeted with a lovely welcome pack and amazing views over Harlech beach and across the bay.
The house itself was modern, clean and had lots of amenities and the owners had clearly thought long and hard about the needs of their customers with Sky TV, a decking area with BBQ, a games room with games console and lots of board games and an EV Charger.
I would definitely recommend this property to friends and family!


Ty-Mari is a beautiful, clean house with lovely furnishings. The views from both inside and out are stunning. The welcome pack was very nice, and the host is very approachable and helpful. Would definitely recommend.

Jenni ashby

What an amazing beautiful place to stay. The house us stunning and has been finished to a high spec. Perfect location and waking up to the sound of the ocean each morning. Just perfect will definitely be using it again x

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