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Y Bwthyn

Abertrinant near Bryncrug, North Wales & Snowdonia (Ref. 980953)

4.7

Excellent

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Features

  • Icon/Feature/Off-road parking Off road parking
  • Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor accommodation
  • Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor bedroom
  • Icon/Feature/Garden or Patio Garden / Patio
  • Icon/Feature/Baby-friendly Cot available
  • Icon/Feature/Baby-friendly Highchair available
  • Icon/Feature/Washing machine Washing machine
  • Icon/Feature/Dishwasher Dishwasher
  • Icon/Feature/WiFi Broadband / WiFi

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28 Customer Reviews

  • "Loved the property and Sue who looks after it couldn't of been more helpful and friendly."

    It was great having you as guests, and for leaving everything so neat and tidy. Thanks so much! Property Owner

    Reviewed by RobertOct 2021

  • "The cottage was absolutely delightful and a very relaxing place to stay in North Wales."

    It was very well equipped and the owner had provided everything that you could possibly want. Information about the area and things to do were sent prior to the visit so that one could plan well in advance. This was greatly appreciated. Highly recommended staying here. Thank you to Sue, the owner, for all your thoughtful touches.

    It was such a pleasure having you as guests, and having a chance for a chat while you were here too. I’m glad you were able to carve out some time together and had such a good time. It would be lovely to see you again if you have the chance. Property Owner

    Reviewed by AoifeSep 2021

  • "We totally enjoyed the holiday home."

    It is as described with a lot of detail given to all the small things as well. The views outside are breathtaking and it is 15 minutes from Cardigan Bay and it’s beautiful beaches. Cader Idris peak is close by but I wouldn’t recommend it tbh it’s a very difficult climb, and I’d say climb to the lake and back! The cottage has everything you’ll need for your comforts and perfect holiday. Lake Bala is only 45 minutes away. Local walks are gorgeous and we made use of the cemetery behind the house for pray and yoga which was very spiritual for us as a family. This is the perfect family home and we would happily come again. Sue is a lovely host and an amazing person. Thank you

    I'm delighted you had such a good time and that you all made it back down from Cader Idris in one piece! It would be lovely to see you back again, thank you for being such great guests. Property Owner

    Reviewed by AAug 2021

  • "Most enjoyable."

    Everything was as expected.

    I'm glad you had a good time, and I'm sorry to have only seen you for a short while. It was great to have a chance to chat though, and hear about some of the things you'd done. Hope to see you again, Diolch yn fawr. Property Owner

    Reviewed by PeterAug 2021

  • "Such lovely accommodation."

    So clean and in good decoration. Fantastic host who was on hand to give advice and always friendly for a chat. Great communication too before hols started. Spacious accommodation with places to sit upstairs, in bedroom or the lounge. Only down side was no garden, there's a front patio to sit in the sun. But no where to have a BBQ or hang beach towels to air. That's the only negative I can think of. So many facilities and cooking things catered for. Such a lovely welcome hamper too.

    Thanks for such great feedback. It was lovely to have the chance for a chat and catch up with such a friendly family! Hope to see you again - and you can always pop round and use my washing line if you'd like to, Diolch yn fawr. Property Owner

    Reviewed by BeccyJul 2021

  • "We were very lucky with the weather so only used cottage as a base but was very comfortable and was what we expected."

    Reviewed by LauraJul 2021

  • "Sue Wolfe is an exceptional host, with a wealth of knowledge of the wildlife and the area."

    The cottage is a small piece of calm in an all too busy works. Every care is taken by Sue to ensure that everyone enjoys a carefree holiday.

    Reviewed by JohnJun 2021

  • "The owner, Sue, couldn’t be more helpful or accommodating."

    She was the perfect host, especially if you are wildlife mad like us. The cottage was absolutely spotless. Very good welcome pack provided too. Plenty to see and do.

    Reviewed by PriscillaMay 2021

  • "The cottage was beautiful & set in a fabulous location ."

    Waking up to those views was amazing . Sue the owner was fantastic & gave us lots of hints and tips for the local area . I even left some items behind and she kindly posted them to us . Amazing holiday

    Reviewed by DonnaMay 2021

  • "I'm assuming that the first and last questions refer to Sykes in general and not specifically to Y Bwthyn."

    As an agent your perfromance was perfectly satisfactory and met my expectations, no complaints. The cottage itself is outstanding in all respects, helped of course by the fact that the owner is close at hand and made us extremely welcome. Her local knowledge. helpfulness and enthusiasm are as outstanding as the cottage itself.

    Reviewed by DavidOct 2020

  • "The place was immaculate, cozy and very clean."

    The owner, Sue was very welcoming and very helpful, providing us with detail info about different places of interests.

    Reviewed by ErlindaSep 2020

  • "FABULOUS. One of the best kept secrets of Wales."

    Property and location were even better than expected. The cottage was very well equipped, even down to tea cosies and oven gloves. Very rural, although easy to find, but the hairpin bend is not for the faint-hearted. Spar and Co op in Tywyn sell most things, and you can even arrange deliveries from Asda and Tesco. Two slight niggles - no hook on the back of bathroom door for dressing gowns, and being open-plan I was aware of noise from the fridge when watching television. Lots of interesting places nearby, and a train ride along the coast is a must, but beware that not all cafes allow you to use their toilets. We will be back.

    Reviewed by JuneSep 2020

  • "The cottage has been lovingly and thoughtfully renovated from the original chapel."

    It was clean throughout. All rooms well equipped and comfortable, the kitchen worth a special mention - everything you need is there. Quiet location, near to both coast and mountains. Brilliant walks from the door. Bats, owls, kingfisher, kites, salmon to spot. Friendly, helpful and knowledgeable host. Very good internet.

    Reviewed by BrianSep 2020

  • "The host, Sue, was very friendly and provided us with all the nearby sightseeing information."

    A good welcome goodie bag was much appreciated. The house is fully equipped with beautiful decor and is in a peaceful environment. Sue is a super communicator.

    Reviewed by HarishkumarSep 2020

  • "Thank you so much, we enjoyed our stay at Y Bwthyn enormously."

    We visit it often in our memories. It's a very beautiful, well presented Chapel house with spectacular views of the hillside. We were made to feel especially welcome with a lovely hamper of delicious treats. The milk in the fridge was joy to behold as we had not managed to purchase any on route and we were all ready for a cup of tea when we arrived!! The interior is well thought out and cosy. It was lovely to have both a bathroom and walk in shower. There is attention to detail with plug in nightlights to help navigate the property at night and a discreet stair gate to safeguard younger visitors. Y Bwthyn is situated in a very quite area with an abundance of wildlife. We enjoyed many a morning and evening watching the nesting Martins and pipistrelle bats flying around. The three free range sheep who would walk past the Chapel on an evening, pause to stare at us before munching on the hedgerow, made us smile as we sat out enjoying a nightcap in the property's front garden. The Velux windows in the property allowed the light and breath taking views to stream in, adding to the serenity and beauty of the property. There are lots of lovely walks in the vicinity, such as bird rock and an iron age fort, Castlle Y Bere and large lake for wild water swimming. Aberdovey, Tywn, Barmouth and Dolgoch falls are all well worth a visit. It was lovely having Sue, who owned the property, so close by, and we did enjoy our chats and seeing her amazing photographs of animals, birds and landscapes. Thank you very much for having us. The Jennings family

    Reviewed by AlisonAug 2020

  • "This is a great location for exploring Mid Wales."

    Situated in a beautiful location and very quiet. Great facilities, good shower and on suit down stairs but could do with shower above the bath in the upstairs bathroom. Comes well recommended.

    Thank's for such a great review, and I am so pleased that you enjoyed your stay. It was good to meet you, all be it briefly. Thank you for your constructive comments regards an over bath shower up stairs. We can consulted with bathroom experts, and in order retain the room features of original beams, large airy sky lights and oak floor, it is not possible to install an additional shower up stars. however, we have made it more explicit in the description, so future guests are aware that shower facilities are only available in the wet room. Thank you again, and we hope to see you back one day. Property Owner

    Reviewed by DaveJul 2020

  • "A gorgeous, comfortable cottage, excellently equipped with all mod cons in a tranquil, beautiful, rural location; my idea of heaven."

    There was a Welcome Hamper on the table and Sue, the hostess, was most welcoming, very friendly and helpful with a a wealth of knowledge on wildlife and the area; there is so much more I could add. So I'm very happy to recommend Y Bwythyn for those who love life at the pace nature intended and I will be going back.

    Reviewed by ElaineOct 2019

  • "The cottage is beautiful and very thoughtfully equipped."

    The only suggestion I can make is that there is a shower put in over the bath in the upstairs bathroom. Most people shower, and we were queueing up for the ensuite one downstairs.

    Reviewed by JaniceSep 2019

  • "A very welcoming host who made every effort to make sure our stay was most enjoable."

    Very well equipped property, picture perfect scenery, extremely tranquil place. Could not have been a more perfect stay for our family. Hope to return soon.

    Reviewed by HSep 2019

  • "The house was in a beautiful location with a beautiful scenery."

    it was very peaceful and we would go back any day. thank you sue

    Reviewed by KasirAug 2019

  • "The owner of this cottage is the most lovely, friendly person you could wish to meet."

    We had an email before we arrived letting us know what we could find in the local area and even looked into where locally served Gluten free food for me. On arrival, we met the owner, found the key easily and discovered a thoughtful hamper containing everything you need to get the holiday started and some beautiful postcards of photos taken by the owner of the local area. The cottage itself is clean perfectly equipped with everything you could possibly need for a comfortable stay, we even made a birthday cake. The location of the cottage is very quiet but is ideally located for walking, the beach and the Talyllyn Railway. We had a fantastic two week holiday!!

    Reviewed by JoannaAug 2019

  • "A lovely cottage and host."

    We received above and beyond in terms of extras, a welcome hamper which was delightful, but also ample other bits and bobs such as toilet rolls, dustbin bags, dishwasher tablets and so on. Cottage was beautifully clean and well furnished. Wet room was fab for my parents along with the downstairs bedroom. Location is extremely peaceful and relaxing. We enjoyed playing the board games that were provided, a proper family break. Upstairs could do with an additional shower over the bath, purely to ease congestion in the mornings in the downstairs shower room, but not a huge problem. Wifi was good. We thoroughly enjoyed our home from home.

    Reviewed by JoanneJul 2019

  • "Sue was very warm and welcoming."

    She gave us lots of advice and information Can’t think of a fault

    Reviewed by TonyJul 2019

  • "Lovely cottage very peaceful location."

    plenty of wildlife to enjoy watching. owner very helpful and friendly. welcome pack very useful. cottage very well maintained, well equipped. 5 star accommodation. look forward to the next time we go there.

    Reviewed by JohnJun 2019

  • "Super cottage ."

    - extremely thoughtfully equipped and with a very generous welcome pack . Amazing level of care provided by lovely friendly owner keen to help in any way. Very quiet , pretty location full of celtic charm, fascinating wildlife and with lots of places to visit nearby - beaches , mountains and interesting towns .Young grandchildren enjoyed the experience of a very different lifestyle!

    Reviewed by LindaMay 2019

  • "The cottage was delightful and had everything we could possibly need."

    The welcome pack was very nice. The location was perfect and quiet. Good wildlife spotting. Aberdovey is only a short drive and shops at Tawyn 15 minutes drive. A very comfortable cottage that I would happily return to.

    Reviewed by AndrewMay 2019

  • "MY HOLIDAY WAS PERFECT I ENJOYED EACH DAY ."

    IT WAS PEACE AND QUIET PEOPLE WAS NICE AND PLEASANT, WHICH WE DONT FIND THIS IN LONDON ANYMORE. WE VISITED LOTS OF PLACES AND WE WOULD LIKE TO COME BACK AGAIN. WEATHER WAS PERFECT.

    Reviewed by MariamApr 2019

  • "Lovely welcome pack on arrival."

    Owners where there to see us settle in. Everything was well equipped with almost everything brand new. Nice little town 10 min drive away with nice selection of restaurants and take aways.

    Reviewed by GillianMar 2019

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The property

This converted chapel house, dating from 1832, lies in the small hamlet of Abertrinant, near Bryncrug, amidst a peaceful country lane, with welcoming hillside views bringing this beautiful location to your doorstep.

Perfect for families or friends, Y Bwthyn is wonderfully presented, with a luxurious home away from home feel, and cosy decor to really set the scene.

A lovingly restored hallway with locally-sourced timber invites you inside, continuing through to an open-plan living area with a dining room for seven people, and a charm-filled kitchen.

Why not spend an hour or two in the lounge, with its sumptuous sofas, and woodburning-effect electric stove; you can simply sit back under the low lighting and relax.

There is even a quirky window above the layout to brighten up the room.

Three bedrooms each boast their own unique personality, the first is located on the ground floor, with step-free access, elevated by a warm berry theme, and complimented by an en-suite wet room featuring its own vanity unit.

As you make your way up the stairs take a moment to appreciate the cosy landing layered in beams, with a Velux window creating your own little haven to read a book, or admire the wildlife passing by.

The upper level previews two further bedrooms, a beautiful double with floral prints and a lounge area, together with a snug family suite, overlooked by a skylight window.

The upstairs bathroom features historic timber beams from the original chapel, and its large airy skylights and solid oak floor makes it perfect to relax in the bath beneath the sky.

While these luxurious features preclude a upstairs shower,the downstairs wet room offers the cottage's spacious shower facilities.To be at one with the location, what better way to unwind and appreciate your surroundings, than on the front terrace, also housing a collection of furniture, as you listen to the sound of a Talyllyn Railway engine steaming through the adjacent valley to Tywyn, 5.3 miles away.

The area boasts some of the finest beaches in Britain, with four miles of golden sand-dune-backed shoreline running from Aberdovey north to Tywyn, a Victorian seaside town with a promenade, leisure centre, cinema, restaurants, cafes and steam railway.

The beaches are perfect for holidaymakers, swimmers and surfers, while the estuary brings in a wide range of water sports enthusiasts and, particularly in the winter, marine wildlife and wildfowl.

The peaks of the Cader Idris and Aran Fawddwy ranges are within easy reach and are complemented by the charm of the Dovey, Dysynni and Mawddach valleys and Coed y Brenin forest nearby.

A precious cottage in a southern part of Snowdonia.

Summary

  • Three bedrooms: 1 x family room with 1 x twin (zip/link, can be king-size on request) and 1 x single, 1 x double, 1 x ground floor double with en-suite wet room shower, basin and WC
  • Bathroom with bath, basin and WC
  • Open-plan sitting, kitchen and dining area with electric fire.
  • Oil central heating with electric fire
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Travel cot, highchair and stairgate available
  • Off-road parking for 2 cars
  • Enclosed terrace to the front with furniture
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop 5.3 miles and pub 2.8 miles
  • Just to note: there is no reliable mobile signal at Y Bwthyn, but guests can connect via FaceTime, Skype, WhatsApp, WiFi calling etc on the cottage's broadband

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About the location

BRYNCRUG

Tywyn 2 miles; Aberdovey 6 miles.

The small village of Bryncrug, with a pub, stands in the Dysynni Valley, at the southern end of the Snowdonia National Park, and is only 6 miles from the picturesque harbour village of Aberdovey, renowned for its mild climate, sandy beaches, sailing and a championship 18-hole links golf course. Aberdovey 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. The village boasts some of the finest beaches in Britain, with four miles of golden sand-dune backed shoreline running north to Tywyn, a Victorian seaside town with a promenade, putting green, leisure centre, restaurants, cafes and fish and chip shops. 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.

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