Aberdovey 1 mile.
This comfortable and well-presented lodge is set in an enviable elevated position, 600 feet above sea level, boasting outstanding coastal views from this wonderful Aberdovey location.
Positioned in a quiet, private lodge park, this Aberdovey cottage lodge is cosy and comfortable throughout to provide welcoming accommodation.
All ground floor, this Aberdovey cottage lodge offers open plan living, which spills out to the conservatory and onto a private, secluded decked balcony, with extensive views of Cardigan Bay and the beautiful Dyfi Estuary, perfect for relaxing with a drink in hand after a day of exploring this fantastic coastline and surrounding hills.
This Aberdovey holiday home is just perfect to spend time together in the peace and quiet of this coastal location, with the outstanding views that you will never tire of.
The picturesque village of Aberdovey with its inns, restaurants, lovely beach, renowned for its watersports, crab fishing and Dyfi Donkeys, and excellent 18-hole championship golf links is within a 20-minute walk of this Aberdovey holiday lodge.
This location is a paradise for all outdoor activities and enjoys stunning mountain and coastal scenery in all directions.
Spectacular climbing, walking and mountain biking can be found in the nearby Southern Snowdonia mountain range, while the world-famous Talyllyn Steam Railway, one of the Great Little Trains of Wales, is a five minute drive away.
This is a wonderful holiday cottage in an idyllic location for an exciting break at any time of year.
About the location
Tywyn 5 miles; Machynlleth 11 miles.
The picturesque harbour village of Aberdovey is renowned for its mild climate, sandy beaches, sailing and a championship 18-hole links golf course (rated in the UK's top 100). The village is often referred to as “an artist's paradise” with its pastel-coloured cottages, small shops, inns and excellent restaurants which specialise in local seafood, all helping to create a relaxed welcoming atmosphere. Aberdovey boasts some of the finest beaches in Britain, with four miles of golden sand-dune-backed shoreline running north to Tywyn, home of the world-famous Talyllyn Steam Railway and crab fishing. The beaches are popular with sunbathers, swimmers, surfers and fishermen while the estuary attracts a wide range of watersports enthusiasts. The peaks of the Cader Idris and Aran Fawddwy ranges are within easy reach and are complemented by the charm of the Dovey and Dysynni valleys nearby. An ideal area for walkers, climbers and wildlife watchers, and a wonderful all-year-round location.