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Kingsley Cottage

Pwllheli, North Wales & Snowdonia (Ref. 947892)



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  • Sleeps 3

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets No

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  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Dishwasher
  • Games Room
  • Seaside
  • Broadband / WiFi

Reviews & Ratings

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19 Customer Reviews

  • "The property was absolutely filthy ..."

    The property was absolutely filthy Dirt on all floors Food on floors Cob webs every where Cottage really needs to be re-painted The destination is lovely But if you want holiday there Would advise you look for other properties Made complaint and owner didn’t want to do anything

    Reviewed by SimonJun 2022

  • "The cottage was bigger than we thought it would be, and was a short walk to the town centre."

    Parking wasn’t a problem but was glad we were warned about it in previous reviews. We managed to park about 100m away. The cottage is lovely but needs some love and attention- cobwebs and peeling paint in most rooms; the fire wasn’t working and the boiler kept cutting out.

    Reviewed by DebbieMay 2022

  • "Kingsley cottage is an absolute little gem, it's well equipped, very comfortable and nicely furnished too."

    Perfectly located for Asda and the town centre, really enjoyed our stay here.

    Reviewed by CathMay 2022

  • "Kingsley Cottage in Pwllheli was a very comfortable, cosy and clean place: I did feel at home and enjoyed my stay there so much I am counting the days to definitely go back!"

    Comfy mattress and sofa, kitchen very well furnished. The only thing I would like to suggest and really appreciate would be providing 1-2 kitchen towels, that would be a nice treat. The bathroom is upstairs and to wash your hands in the kitchen when you are cooking you do not have a kitchen towel to dry them. This was very inconvenient. I myself travel usually with only a small rucksack and by public transport and can not pack much. The location of the cottage was very central, just a few blocks from the town centre, bus / train station and with a very convenient ASDA Supermarket on the corner! It is my third time in Pwllheli and the Llyn Peninsula, I just love it, it feels so off the beaten track, and can highly recommend that area and the Kingsley Cottage. A special thanks to Mrs. Smith ( Housekeeper) for taking care very quickly of a reparature needed at my arrival, I did appreciate it! All the best!

    Reviewed by ReginaApr 2022

  • "Very well equipped and comfortably furnished cottage in a very convenient location for local amenities"

    Reviewed by MichaelSep 2021

  • "Just perfect for the two of us."

    Spotlessly clean. Super cosy and within easy walking distance of everything in Pwllheli. Really well equipped kitchen for self catering with quality utensils etc.

    Reviewed by TimSep 2021

  • "Enjoyed our stay thanks ,it was a great base for my walking holiday."

    Reviewed by DavidSep 2020

  • "The photograph of this cottage is VERY misleading."

    What looks like a nice level Street is a pretty shabby narrow cul-de-sac lane with a steep entrance making it necessary to reverse back up the steep incline onto the main road. With no on site parking, dependance is on finding a vacant space in the nearby housing estate. These negative issues apart, the Cottage itself is neat and tidy albeit a bit cramped downstairs and no room for a washing machine. We "baled out" after 3 days and managed to get a booking at Warners for the rest of the week. NB The children of the owner were very helpful with our luggage when we left on Monday morning.

    Reviewed by SylvesterAug 2020

  • "Great little cottage close to all the amenities So good we have rebooked"

    Reviewed by PaulOct 2019

  • "Hello, we had a very good time in your Cottage."

    I thought to get a sea view, but this we did not have. Instead it was good to be very close to ASDA Supermarkt and also walking distance to the sea side or to any other facilities was very convenient. The cottage was very comfy, the kitchen facilities were excellent to cook our meals. The matrasses were a bit too soft, but ok. Everything was nice for us, thank you very much.

    Reviewed by AlmutAug 2019

  • "This is a lovely little cottage in a very convenient location for Pwllheli Shops and the Beach."

    Clean .. Comfortable and Cosy. We are from the area so although this cottage has no direct parking it wasn’t an issue for us. There is a set of flats opposite just a bit further up from the cottage and you can park there. Thanks so much for a fab holiday we will be back ! X

    Reviewed by AlisonAug 2019

  • "We enjoyed our stay at Kingsley Cottage in Pwllheli, it was a cosy and well laid out cottage with tasteful decoration throughout and modern appliances, including wi-fi available."

    The cottage was close to the centre of town, ideal for accessing all the local facilities including; two supermarket chains and some gorgeous independent retailers selling local produce - a butchers, two fishmongers, a bakers, a clutch of boutique fashion retailers and cafes, one in particular - Taro Deg selling locally roasted coffee and delicious cakes, bars and eateries, a cinema and twice weekly market on Sunday and Wednesday morning. Everyone we met is very friendly and helpful. There is also a railway and bus station connecting Pwllheli with all the main towns and villages on the Llyn Peninsula. The railway hugs the coast with spectacular scenery alongside of sea and mountains and connects with Birmingham International - so this destination is great for anyone wanting to enjoy a car free holiday. Pwllheli is a lovely little town with a marina and fantastic white sandy beach - the perfect location for exploring the stunning Llyn Peninsula.

    Reviewed by JuliaJul 2019

  • "Although it said a yard to sit out in , was so small and very disappointed."

    But was a good base for coastal walks

    Reviewed by CherriJun 2019

  • "The cottage itself was lovely very clean and comfortable, the description on the cottage was quite misleading,as my wife has walking difficulties I read these instructions, and thought that we would be alright with access and parking how wrong that was."

    The cottage was very hard to access do to the nature of where it is also the road leading to the cottage was very narrow which meant if you parked at the top of the slipway you nearly blocked the road off, and vehicles had difficulty in passing while you parked.Also the description said you could park at ASDA but you can only park there for 1 1/2 hours or you will get a £70 fine so that was not an option, and to find a parking space near the cottage was virtually impossible, this made it very difficult for my wife having this problem to park which spoilt the holiday completely and we came home a day earlier because we were so fed up.

    Reviewed by PaulJun 2019

  • "Perfect cottage , warm , comfortable, central Pwllheli location ."

    Fully equipped kitchen, comfortable beds , good shower , comfortable settee , dining table and must mention excellent neighbours .

    Reviewed by PhilipMar 2019

  • "Very modern/ comfortable little cottage."

    Would definitely recommend and stay again if I was visiting Pwllheli again.

    Reviewed by EmmaNov 2018

  • "Very central parking relatively easy outdoor washing machines and dryer ..."

    Very central parking relatively easy outdoor washing machines and dryer at other end of prom at sailing club open 24/7

    Reviewed by AnthonyJul 2018

  • "Nice neighbors, helped at opening of the house."

    The house has been furnished from the inside with a lot of consideration, just upstairs. Laundry very good. Housekeeper was informed by email about our arrival, was then on both phone numbers not to reach. Mail box was discussed on our part, no answer. The car was unloaded only with great difficulty (very close access to the house 2.5 m) possible. Very steep narrow stairs to the top. The housekeeper has no great desire to clean, in the kitchen it was very sticky. The garden so praised for recreation is not available.

    Reviewed by BernhardMay 2018

  • "What a lovely well equipped cottage."

    10 minute walk your at the beach and what a beautiful beach . Coastal walking path right on the door step. Good bus service. Asda on your door step also local butchers , bakers , farm shop and fish mongers. And the scenenary in the area is just breathtaking .we will be backXx

    Reviewed by DeborahMar 2018

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  • Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x single
  • Shower room with shower, WC and basin
  • Kitchen
  • Sitting room with dining area and gas wood burning effect stove.
  • Gas central heating and gas wood burning effect stove
  • Electric oven and Indiction hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and slimline dishwasher, Smart TV with Freeview and Netflix (please use own account), WiFi, bluetooth speaker, DAB radio and a small selection of games and books
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Roadside parking close by on a first come, first served basis - availability is not always guaranteed
  • Pay and display car parks within a short walking distance
  • Small backyard
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Asda 1 min walk
  • Shops, pubs and restaurants 3 mins walk
  • Marina Beach 10 mins walk
  • Note: Stairs are quite steep and narrow, please take care.

The property

A lovely mid terraced cottage, tucked away from passing traffic yet centrally located in the busy market town of Pwllheli.

This charming cottage has undergone a successful and extensive scheme of refurbishment by its current owner, a real labour of love.

Kingsley cottage provides a great base, whether it's a seaside holiday you're looking for or something a little more adventurous, this delightful cottage would suit a couple, two friends or a small family.

Furnished and decorated to a high standard, mixing character and charm with modern furnishings with some contemporary and retro styling, this delightful cottage is warm and welcoming from the moment you arrive and boasts some lovely features including a wonderful redbrick inglenook fireplace in the sitting room which houses a gas wood burning effect stove, perfect for cosy evenings in, snuggled up on the sumptuous sofa and watching your favourite box set on Netflix.

The kitchen is modern with fitted units in contrasting shades of grey, very fresh and well-equipped, catering for all your needs.

Two charming bedrooms are located on the first floor together with a modern and up to date shower room; the ladies will love the heated mirror.

At the back of the property is traditional tiny back yard, with stone wall seating perfect for enjoying a coffee.

Only a stone's throw away from the amenities of the town, Kingsley cottage is perfectly located for all the shops, pubs and restaurants on offer, and is within walking distance of Pwllheli's two beaches.

Enjoy a walk along the Llyn Peninsula and take in the stunning scenery, or explore Criccieth, with its Castle or visit Abersoch, before returning to this pretty cottage for a cosy and relaxing evening in.

Venture further afield to the popular town of Porthmadog, from here take the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Steam Trains and travel through some of the most dramatic scenery in the Snowdonia National Park, to Blaenau Ffestiniog in one direction and Caernarfon in the other.

The nearby village of Llanbedrog is home to Wales' oldest art gallery and is well worth a visit and the Italian village and gardens of Portmeirion is easily accessible.

This lovely cottage serves as an ideal base for touring and exploring the area anytime of the year!

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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.

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