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Stunning three bedroom farmhouse with sea views | Ty-Newydd-Frongaled

Dog FriendlyNear BeachNear PubReal FireFarm Stay

This stunning three bedroom farmhouse with sea views is a property not to be missed, for a fabulous break in North Wales. The three gabled, west facing stone building is the perfect spot to get away from it all, and to explore the beauty of the area. Located between Harlech and Barmouth, there are three bedrooms, sleeping six in total.

A slate path leads to the front door and into the chequered floored hallway, with a kitchen diner to one side and a lounge to the other. The hub of the property, the kitchen diner, is a wonderful room with slate tiles to the floor and exposed timber ceiling beams. A stone fireplace houses a traditional log burner on a stone hearth. To one end, the kitchen units are finished in a neutral coloured farmhouse style. A double oven with electric hob sits alongside a large fridge freezer and built in dishwasher. With ample storage and prep space, it's a fabulous kitchen to prepare hearty meals for the household. A six seater dining table sits next to the fireplace, a cosy spot for an evening meal or sumptuous breakfast before heading out to explore.

Across the hallway, the property's lounge is stylish, tasteful and simply decorated with soft fabric green sofa and two armchairs, positioned around a beautiful Victorian fireplace. A TV is located in the corner of the room, and the window provides views out to sea. Completing the downstairs layout, a useful WC is located to the rear of the property, next to the staircase leading up to the first floor of this stunning three bedroom farmhouse with sea views.

The bedrooms on the first floor comprise of one kingsize and one double, and a room with a set of bunks, all with uninterrupted coastal views. Both doubles are beautifully decorated with clean white walls and painted exposed floorboards. Wooden framed double beds feature soft white bedding with patterned floral cushions to match the curtains. A mix of painted pine furniture and traditional dark wood units complete the layouts of the doubles, with bedside cabinets, dressing tables and chests in both, and space for hanging clothes. The third bedroom with bunks is ideal for kids, with a bookshelf located in the room, alongside a side chair and large chest of drawers finished in a bright turquoise colour. The bathroom completes the first floor layout - modern and stylish featuring a bath with rainforest shower over, alongside a WC and basin with storage under.

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Cottage Type
Dog Friendly, Near Beach, Near Pub, Real Fire, Farm Stay
Welcome Pack, Linen, Towels, Cot (cot-linen not provided), WiFi, High Chair, Central Heating, Smoke detector, Carbon monoxide detector, First Aid kit, Fire extinguisher or blanket
1 Pet, Cooker, Hob, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer (not icebox), Dishwasher, Washing Machine, Tumble Dryer, Iron and ironing board, Smart TV, Toys/ Games/ Books, Mobile phone reception, Security Deposit Required
Private Garden, Enclosed garden, BBQ
Additional Information

***Please note a £200 security deposit will be pre-authorised on your card. This will be released in full after a post-departure inspection (usually within 15 working days).***

Small/Medium Dogs Only




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Surrounded by green fields of grazing sheep, the idyllic location of Ty-Newydd-Frongaled merges the rural and coastal setting perfectly. The garden space is sprawling and shared with the adjacent holiday cottage, but with separate outdoor seating areas for both. A slate chipping patio area and drive leads to the property, with a picnic table located on a lawn opposite the front door for alfresco dining or having a relaxing drink in the evening. There is a larger lawn further back, which is a secure and great place for the children to play.

At only two miles from the nearest beach and a mile from the nearest pub, there's plenty to do close to home when staying at this stunning three bedroom farmhouse with sea views. Whether it's relaxing in the garden watching one of the stunning North Wales sunsets, or spending a day on the beach, there's no need to travel far to capture the beauty of the area, especially for lovers of the outdoors. The nearest sandy beach, Benar Beach, is stunning. Accessed via a boardwalk that crosses the spectacular sand dunes, there are views across to the Llyn Peninsula from the beach, which is ideal for swimming, water sports and sunbathing on those warmer summer days.

The location between Harlech and Barmouth provides the opportunity to experience a real seaside holiday feel, or capture some of the historical elements of the area. Harlech is home to the stunning 13th century Harlech Castle, sitting on a rocky outcrop overlooking the coast and mountains of Eryri (Snowdonia). It's a wonderful town to explore, with narrow streets, cute cafes and boutique gift shops. Barmouth, further south, has a more traditional seaside resort feel, but with a wide sweeping bay and a mountain backdrop, which is equally impressive.

There are plenty of opportunities for walking nearby, especially suitable for families with smaller children of dogs. The Mawddach Trail runs along an old disused railway line between Barmouth and Dolgellau along the Mawddach Estuary. Further inland, Coed-y-Brenin Forest Park has numerous walking trails that are family and dog friendly. This is also the ideal spot for lovers of cycling, with bike hire available and purpose built mountain biking trails. For more challenging hikes, the Rhinogydd mountains are nearby, where a number of walking routes meander through these hills with something to suit all skill and fitness levels.

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Guest Reviews


Our fourth stay in the village and we keep coming back. Flawless cottage and views to die for. We had a wonderful stay and are already planning the next one :-).

Susan Delaney

A wonderful property. Everything you could wish for from comfy beds, well equipped kitchen, to marvellous views. We had a wonderful family holiday and would recommend this property unreservedly.

France Family

We stayed in both cottages FAB! Also the location! Loved the panoramic views of the sea. We ate in both kitchens at different times to enjoy the views. Would recommend local pub and beach. Will certainly return. Thanks for making our holiday so special.

7th - 9th July

We all had a fabulous weekend celebrating my big birthday, what a truly stunning property. We loved how many of the original features have been retained which showed the history of the farm. We were a mixed group of ages so found both properties offered great space for us to socialise inside and out yet we could retreat to our own space at the end of the day. We visited Zip World which wasn’t too far away and the dare devils amongst us really enjoyed the zip wire. We came back to enjoy a beautiful sunset bbq and relaxed in the private gardens .
We hope to return again, thank you for the best weekend.

30/6- 2/7

Family celebration
We had a super time at the cottages, we were very impressed with the great attention to detail. We had a full house celebrating a birthday and everything was here for us to enjoy, a real home from home experience. We loved the openness and freedom we had and the views are just sublime.
We had great weather and stayed in the garden to enjoy the sunset and the moon rising.
Everything was very comfortable and we really enjoyed the area.
The bbq’s are a real bonus too.
We can’t wait to return, thank you so much.

PJ Andrews & Archie
15th to 19th June

Lovely cottage with amazing views. Weather was lovely and sunset skies across the fields to the sea were fabulous. Trip into Harlech for a coffee and ice-cream at Knickerbockers by the quay in Barmouth were all good experiences of the area. Bought ‘Champion Sausages from London House stores ( in the Spar) in Dyffryn Ardudwy was great, worth buying! Beach at Morfa Dyffryn nearest to the cottage is the best in our opinion – with a good expanse to walk Archie. Went to Norbar a couple of miles down the road towards Barmouth, amazing seafood and good service. Overall a lovely few days, much appreciated.

Main Family - Cheshire & Cumbria
2nd to 5th June

We had a fantastic weekend at Ty Newydd and Hen Dy. Perfect accommodation, views and weather – not a cloud for three days!
Cwm Bychan and the Roman Steps walk recommended, as were the beautiful beaches.
Thank you for a great weekend.

Sonja Jackson

Lovely cottage – very comfortable and amazing views and surroundings. Have had a great week, the sun has shone & shone! So have spent much of our time on the beach. Children been swimming and paddle boarding. Lovely welcome basket too.
Many thanks

Tracy Johnson

Fabulous house in an amazing location. Have loved waking up to the stunning scenery. Walks on the beach have been wonderful . Beds extremely comfortable, we don’t want to leave! Hope to return soon. Thank you.

Toni Weston and family

Amazing houses, superb views; so clean. Everything we needed is here. Lovely welcome pack especially for the dogs. We enjoyed exploring the area it is beautiful.
Will recommend to all friends and family. Thank you

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