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19A Kingshead Street

Pwllheli, North Wales & Snowdonia (Ref. 966971)



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19 Customer Reviews

  • "Unfortunately we had to leave the property two days early as we were unable to get a good night's sleep in the bed on the first floor."

    We had 5 nights of bad sleep and could take no more. This bed is only 4’ wide which is known as a queen size bed, therefore it is totally unacceptable for a couple to sleep in, a standard double bed is 4’6”. My husband and I were unable to turn over so had to sleep on our back the entire time. This room should be advertised as a single as there is no way it can be categorised as a double room. My wife called your office on Monday, i believe she spoke with Dawn to ask if there was an alternative property for us to move to but sadly everything was fully booked within a 50 mile radius. I have photographs of the 4’ bed to prove the exact size Our holiday was ruined, therefore we would like some form of compensation. Sleepless nights were not in our plan when we booked this holiday. Luckily the location was superb so we were able to enjoy our day trips. On another note, the house was grubby in places, I appreciate that this wasn't a luxury cottage but it would have been good to have been clean, dust and cobweb free. There is nowhere to store food, all cupboards are full therefore we had to keep the food we had brought with us in carrier bags on the floor. I look forward to hearing from you.

    Reviewed by PatrickJul 2021

  • "The description was accurate and I was pleasantly surprised there was also a downstairs toilet which wasn't mentioned."

    The decking area was lovely and the kitchen was spacious and well equipped and Asda very conveniently situated. The double bed room is small but the bed was comfortable and there was storage for clothes and bags. The cottage is convenient for the beach, shops restaurants and walks in nearby Criccieth and in Snowdonia. The free parking on the beach promenade was a 10 min walk which was expected from the description and we managed to find a space each day we took a trip out despite the beautiful weather, making the beach packed. The lounge is not really comfortable for 4 to watch the TV and the low decorative chandeliers were a head hazard. Not much storage space - Some coat hooks by the front door would be useful and better if the small chair and table in the lounge were removed so making room for our beach stuff and walking shoes. We had a very enjoyable stay and were very lucky to have warm sunny weather all week.

    Reviewed by LizMay 2021

  • "The only thing that could have helped was proper written and clear instructions as to parking, - the nearest and cheapest was in fact a few minutes walk away."

    ie at the Asda roundabout turn left ( instead of straight on to Kingshead street) and where road bends to the right turn left and parking is up,little lane on right.

    Reviewed by RebeccaApr 2021

  • "The cottage is really well equipped and comfy."

    Very homely and warm. It's a cottage so it's quirky but we liked that and it was great for my dogs. Patio doors at back are not a good fit though and maybe need adjusting to fit properly. Parking was a bit difficult, need to provide a better map in the cottage pls. I got a parking ticket on the local car park until I realised where the long stay spaces were. Location generally really good close to main centre and shops. I would stay again.

    Reviewed by LaurieOct 2020

  • "I had another lovely holiday at this warm, well equipped and comfortable cottage in early October."

    I find it an ideal place for myself and my dog, right in town so close to amenities but also very quiet at night. The garden is completely enclosed which is definitely a bonus. On my first visit during these Covid times I was impressed with the cleanliness standards and efforts to comply with regulations. I find long term parking is best in the long stay car park at the back of Sand St, which is quiet and safe. I like this endearing quirky little cottage very much and find it a home from home when I visit the area. Will hopefully be back as soon as restrictions are lifted. Many thanks.

    Reviewed by LorraineOct 2020

  • "Central location ..."

    Central location Good space for entertaining Private garden area Quiet area free from traffic noise Easy check in/out

    Reviewed by CharlieAug 2020

  • "A lovely cottage, well equipped with everything we needed and well located for all the area has to offer."

    Reviewed by TasmaJul 2020

  • "This cottage is lovely; does need a little TLC here and there but nothing that can’t be fixed."

    I would suggest that a cupboard would be useful to allow those holidaying to put their food etc away. We had a fab stay :)

    Reviewed by VictoriaDec 2019

  • "This holiday rental was a 50/50 there was some good aspects as well as bad."

    On entering the property we where immediately disappointed, dark room covered in dust, as we made or way to the back things perked up the kitchen come sitting area was lovely very well equipped and with doors out to a lovely decking area although getting out the back door was a bit of a challenge opening and closing the door was a nightmare. The bin in the garden was full with bin bags all around (it was mentioned in the welcome pack about taking rubbish to the local recycling plant, which we did but I wondered why the owners couldn’t have done this before our arrival with the piles of rubbish that had been left?) the bedroom on the second floor is definitely not a double, it was was very small, and the third floor had adequate sleeping facilities but I would advise anybody with young children to give this property a wide berth the stairs leading up are very steep with no backs to the stairs like a ladder but with huge gaps, there is also no door to the room and banisters with very wide gaps. Having said all this the bed linen towels etc where good quality and location was good too. Would I come back...... if they addressed the issues I have raised then I definitely would.

    Reviewed by NicolaSep 2019

  • "The house is a tale of two halves, the living room area thick with dust, the grasses bit of garden not fit for purpose with overgrown grass and a pathway full of nettles."

    Loft room with falling down curtains and rusty broken lamps thrown in corner.However the kitchen diner and decking lovely , the bedding and towels very good quality, and the location superb (apart from parking issues) overall cottage felt welcoming and homely just need to sort out the garden and old clutter issues. Overall really enjoyed.

    Reviewed by JoanneAug 2019

  • "I fantastic period property with some really nice touches, location is perfect."

    Lots of room and two tvs so something for everyone.

    Reviewed by PhillipJul 2019

  • "I had a great week in this lovely cottage."

    It was clean, warm, comfortable and relaxing. It's just off the town centre but incredibly quiet at night. A great base for all of Pen Lleyn and beyond.

    Reviewed by LorraineMar 2019

  • "The house is wonderful, we’ll be coming back!"

    Reviewed by DaniellaMar 2019

  • "Lovely quirky cottage with everything you need."

    Great walks from the front door with the dogs and shops are 5 minutes away. Decorated for our stay over Christmas and heating already on when we arrived which was much appreciated as we had our Mum with us.

    Reviewed by SusanDec 2018

  • "Fantastic cottage, small cosy sitting room, with great fire, and a big open kitchen/ diner with patio and pleasant garden."

    Reviewed by StanleyNov 2018

  • "This little house was very quirky, as you can tell by some of the photos, so that was no surprise."

    There were a few things which could be sorted out, first of all the blind at the living room window, but I have to say that the house has comfy sofas and comfy beds and is well equipped and we enjoyed staying there. I really liked the kitchen diner and the cupboards are full of everything you could possibly need. It is just round the corner from shops and eateries and not too far from the beach and it is very quiet at night. Just one thing about the garden - if you are there with dogs, you will (like me) end up cleaning up extra as certainly one other critter is enjoying the facilities - maybe the pretty cat I met on the fence!

    Reviewed by SusanSep 2018

  • "Cottage was nice but one bed listed as double was not a full size double."

    And grass needed cutting and rubbish bins overflowing and back door very hard to shut.

    Reviewed by JenniferSep 2018

  • "Parking anywhere near the property is very difficult and perhaps should have been mentioned more."

    Almost all of Pwllhli town is restricted or permit.so you have to pay for overnight parking.we found a spot but were shouted at by local residents who just didn't like us parking on their road. If you need to be close to your car it would be very difficult. The house was comfortable and quirky and well equipped nice quality bedding and towels and very quiet despite being in middle of town.

    Reviewed by TomSep 2018

  • "The garden was covered in old dogs mess that was reported on the Sunday but no action until Thursday or Friday where on the Friday morning we noticed it had been cleared up."

    With no tea towels, and advice that towels unlikely to be provided however paid for and a couple of other issues dirty coffee mugs, made us feel we did not want to be there. We bought our own mugs and tea towels. We did not use the cooker or any facilities provided apart from sleeping there and showering in the bathroom. Really disappointed and these issues spoilt our holiday. Regards Ian Murray

    Reviewed by IanJul 2018

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The property

A unique, shabby chic cottage in the centre of Pwllheli in North Wales.

Families will love this cosy cottage in a central location in such a fantastic seaside town.

The interior of 19A Kingshead Street has so much character, the sitting room boasts exposed beams and a stunning stone fireplace with a gas woodburning effect stove, it has a real traditional cottage feel to it.

The kitchen diner somewhat contrasts the sitting room, with classy, modern fixtures and fittings with stylish colours.There is also a small sitting area off of the kitchen with an optional sofabed and TV.

The first floor offers a bright, fresh double bedroom and a family bathroom with a roll-top bath.

19A Kingshead Street comes with a second floor bedroom, it has a sloping ceiling and some fantastic exposed wooden beams, ideal for the children.

When the sun comes out, make the most of the back garden with a lovely decking leading onto a lawn area for the children to play on whilst you sit with a cold drink.

The cottage sits in the heart of a fantastic seaside town, it has a great range of shops, pubs and restaurants as well as some divine beaches and a magnificent marina.

It is the perfect place for families to come and enjoy a fun-filled holiday.

Nearby is another popular coastal location in Abersoch, incredible beaches and a range of amenities make this a great visit whilst you're in the area.

19A Kingshead Street is a fascinating cottage in a brilliant location.


  • Over three floors
  • Two bedrooms: 1 x double, second floor family room with 1 x double and 1 x single
  • Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
  • Ground floor basin and WC
  • Kitchen with dining area
  • Sitting room with a gas wood burning effect stove and sofa bed.
  • Gas central heating with gas wood burning effect stove
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, WIFI
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Public parking nearby
  • Rear decking and lawn with table and chairs
  • Pets welcome
  • Shops, pubs and town center 2 minute walk
  • Note: There are steps down from the decked area to the garden, young children to be supervised
  • Note: Steep stairs up to second floor bedroom
  • Note: maximum number is for 4 people at property, extra single and sofa bed available on request.

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About the location


Abersoch 6 miles; Criccieth 8 miles.

This busy market town is the unofficial capital of the Llyn Peninsula which is one of the most scenic regions of Wales, renowned for its outstanding scenery, stunning coastal walks, excellent beaches and golf courses. This traditional seaside town offers a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants and an impressive marina holding 400 boats. The town boasts two beaches, one with the Blue Flag Award and is renowned for its sailing and watersports. Close by are Criccieth, with its medieval castle, and popular Abersoch, a pretty harbour town also renowned for its wonderful beaches and watersports facilities. Much of the peninsula is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a lot of the coastline is owned by the National Trust providing many remote bays, sandy beaches and exciting clifftop walks, as well as wildlife havens like Bardsey Island. Discover all of Snowdonia, the Isle of Anglesey, many medieval castles and N.T. properties and gardens, or simply relax in this beautiful part of Wales.

Region Information

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Christmas
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