A quaint and colourful split level fisherman’s cottage, forming part of a traditional terrace, in the village square and harbourside and just a short walk from the sandy beach in Aberdovey.
The cottage is a perfect base for couples or a small family looking to be in the heart of the village spending their days on the sandy beaches, yet being close to more adventurous activities in the nearby mountain landscape.
Set over three levels, this compact, traditional cottage has two cosy bedrooms upstairs, a ground floor shower room and kitchen with access to the decked area and a dog-leg stairway from here down to a lower ground floor sitting room with intimate dining area.
Outside, you can sit in the elevated garden and relax with an early morning coffee above the rooftops and perhaps decide whether to head to the beach or explore the local nature reserves.
Aberdovey is a hidden gem of a harbourside village, sat on the River Dyfi as it meets Cardigan Bay, an ideal place to stay if you want to enjoy relaxing days on the sandy beach, yet perfect for those after a little more adventure, with the mountains of Snowdonia rising away from the coast, fantastic watersports and nearby nature reserves.
You are ideally placed to explore the wonderful coastline of Cardigan Bay, with little villages dotting along the coastline with their own personalities, and why not visit the sand dunes at Borth, a twenty five mile drive, with the remnants of the sunken forest, or maybe take a ten minute trip to Tywyn, perfect to relax beachside or jump on the steam train and enjoy a day travelling along the Talyllyn railway.
A delightful base for exploring this part of North Wales.
Over three levels. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Lower ground floor sitting room with dining area and gas fire.
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.