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Tyrau Tywyn

Tywyn, North Wales & Snowdonia (Ref. 947928)

3.9

Good

Sykes rating

  • Sleeps 8

  • Bedrooms 3

  • Bathrooms 2

  • Pets Yes

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Features

  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Garden / Patio
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Games Room
  • Seaside
  • Broadband / WiFi

Reviews & Ratings

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17 Customer Reviews

  • "Cooker was very greasy but this was sorted after we spoke to the owner ..."

    Cooker was very greasy but this was sorted after we spoke to the owner The garden was very overgrown until the Friday when the lawns were cut

    Reviewed by AndrewMay 2022

  • "Great property, with a fabulous garden and specious, cozy rooms."

    The location is absolutely fantastic - with a beach within 5minutes walk, shop nearby and view over mountains. The kitchen is well equipped, all facilities are working fine. The house was warm, clean and welcoming. Great choice for family holiday. We will be returning. We had a wonderful holiday.

    Reviewed by AggieFeb 2022

  • "Unfortunately the advert was misleading ."

    There is hardly any space for 8 adults.Luckily we were 7 and just about managed.I have been booking through Sykes since 2013 never had such awful experience.I am sorry to leave a negative review but we were so disappointed .The house was stone cold and damp.I hope the owners take these into consideration for the future guests as holidays are precious and everyone deserves a great holiday.

    I did not receive a call from the complainer when he was there, the house is very clean and sleeps 8 people fine. The dining, cooking, washing and lounging provision is perfect for eight people. As advertised it is a 3 bed house that sleeps 8, the central heating works fine, the house is not damp, of course the house is cold - it is winter and it is a holiday let, it heats up as quick as any 132 year old stone house would. I have not been provided with evidence of it being damp. Does not state why the man had an awful experience. Property Owner

    Reviewed by HanifDec 2021

  • "Fabulous week away."

    Lovely quirky property perfect for six adults and dog, amazing views, great location, we got lucky with the weather so swam and walked virtually everyday. Thanks

    Reviewed by JoSep 2021

  • "The cottage was in an excellent location with wonderful views of the mountains from the kitchen,sitting room and bedrooms but only about five minutes from the beach."

    Being of stone construction it stayed cool during the heatwave which coincided with our stay. The lovely garden would have been enhanced by more maintenance but was still enjoyable. Some outdoor seating or sun loungers in addition to the table and bench outside the kitchen would have been lovely. I found it very strange that no iron or ironing board or washing line was supplied but the hot weather meant we could manage without.

    Reviewed by EileenJul 2021

  • "The property is in a poor state of upkeep: Garden overgrown - could not use pathways, front door rotten and cannot be used, mold on skirting boards in bedroom, window in living room unable to close (had to have heating on), broken lap shade's, dead flies/spiders and cobwebs upon arrival at property."

    We left the property cleaner than when we arrived. Such a shame as the cottage location is great and it could be a lovely holiday destination.

    Reviewed by SarahJun 2021

  • "When we arrived at cottage the smell of damp was awful, had to ventilate."

    The cleanliness was extremely poor, dust and cobwebs in corners, table needed cleaning, dirty windows, garden gate broken, kitchen appliances very poor standard and oven was in a disgusting state. Sofa bed appalling, dirty and ripped. Insufficient bedding despite being asked numbers. Rotten front door, could see daylight through it. Some windows unable to close properly. Laminate flooring coming up in bathroom. Such a shame as cottage has huge potential, beautiful location and stunning views but cottage is in desperate need of renovation and description is mis-leading. We have sent pictures and complaint to sykes.

    Reviewed by JohnMay 2021

  • "The cottage has a lot of character, quirkily, but very comfortably furnished."

    We enjoyed the artwork. The garden also has character, surrounding 3 sides of the house and offering a different seating area in each. The view from the picnic table is superb. We had great weather allowing us to walk up Cadair Idris on the Minffordd Path (v steep). We also enjoyed circular walks directly from cottage, in Happy Valley and around Fairbourne & Barmouth (using the ferry). We found some of these in the owner's information folder. The location is quiet, but only a 5 minute walk from the train station & Co-op.

    Reviewed by JanetApr 2021

  • "Got off to bad start as cottage not ready for occupation at 5 pm on arrival."

    We had to wait outside for 30 minutes while the cleaners finish their tasks Seemly the caretakers were not aware that the premises had been booked out to us until late in the afternoon after making a phone call to someone for confirmation whilst we were there...! Otherwise we really enjoyed the place once we were settled in. Someone responsible for taking the booking had not passed the information on so it seems.

    Reviewed by AlanSep 2020

  • "We had a fantastic time in the lovely Sandilands Cottage."

    Really close to the beach and shops, nicely on the edge of the town. Huge enclosed garden was perfect for both kids and dogs. Very much recommended.

    Reviewed by AlexSep 2020

  • "Had a lovely holiday at Tyrau Tywyn."

    Beautiful surroundings. Close to beach and amenities. Cottage was well laid out and clean.

    Reviewed by LizSep 2020

  • "We had an absolutely amazing holiday in Tyrau Tywyn."

    The house was lovely, a period cottage with original features combined with all facilities that we needed. It was decorated tastefully with lovely pictures and blankets. The garden was a great size, our dog loved it. The location of the house is the real draw, you can sit in the garden and look at the mountains and cows, walk 10 minutes to an excellent high street or walk 10 minutes in the other direction to a gorgeous quiet beach. We had lots of days out at local landmarks and the wonderful steam train is 5 minutes walk away. My children want to go back as soon as we can and I agree!

    Reviewed by KimAug 2020

  • "A comfortable holiday cottage with beautiful views."

    It's very quiet considering how close it is to the centre of town and the beach. We had such a relaxing time there. A real bonus was the vast range of birds visiting the garden during the day and the bats flying display in the evening - just stunning.

    Reviewed by JuliaJul 2020

  • "We had a really pleasant few days here in July."

    The cottage location is perfect with amazing views, and just a few minutes walk to the seafront or town. There is plenty of space inside, bedrooms are a good size - just watch your head in the attic room! The cottage is very old, so bear that in mind when booking as it has a rustic feel rather than modern/fresh. Our dog loved the garden and although we did a check and thought it was secure, we found out it wasn't when she escaped. This is made clear in the booking info so was our fault, but something to be aware of as it does look secure. We ended up using a long lead so our dog could roam around which worked well. The only real downside for us was the amount of spiders and other creepy crawlies that found there way into the cottage - there was a lot! This may not be an issue for some people, but for others it may completely ruin their stay so better to be prepared and informed.

    Reviewed by JenniferJul 2020

  • "The laminate flooring in the bathroom was lifting and sections had broken off."

    The rear garden looked directly onto a building site with CCTV security cameras where work began at 0830 hours every weekday. The work that they were doing appeared to be drainage or sewerage works in the field at the side of the property. This meant that the large JCB excavators drove up the side of the property a few feet from the garden, giving the workmen an excellent view into the house. There are no curtains in the kitchen so there was no way of stopping this invasion of privacy. This was obviously planned work but at no point did anyone get in touch to let us know that this was happening at the property. I have made a complaint but i am still waiting almost a week later for customer services to contact me. The photographs on the website completely misrepresent what our experience of this property was like. I have taken my own photographs which evidence the problems. I have rented properties previously with Sykes and had no issues but at the moment i am unlikely to use them again.

    Many thanks for your feedback. The property description has been updated to reflect building works. These are due for completion at end of November 2019. The owner passes on his apologies for any inconvenience caused during your stay. Property Owner

    Reviewed by ChrisAug 2019

  • "The garden is neglected, overgrown, full of debris and needs some TLC."

    We swept up the leaves from the patio and tidied. If there had been a key to the shed we would have cut the grass. The cottage was very comfortable & spotlessly clean, but the gas fire doesn't work, it is disconnected.

    Thank you for your comments. We are glad you enjoyed your stay and that you found the property spotless & clean. The garden is attended to on a regular basis. We have been to the property and there is no debris in the garden. Once again, thank you for your feedback. Property Owner

    Reviewed by BarbaraJul 2019

  • "Great and quite location, just off the main street (local Coop is <5mins walk), with views on the nearby hills and farm animals."

    Garden could do with a little bit more work (grass could have done with a cut), but was much bigger than expected - great for dog to run around and child to play football. Kitchen well equipped, comfy bed and cosy seating area to chill out during rainy days.

    Reviewed by JulienJun 2019

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Summary

  • Three bedrooms; 2 x ground-floor double bedroom (master bedroom has large cinema style TV inside cupboard), 1 x twin bedroom, 1x double sofa bed on ground floor
  • Ground-floor shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC
  • Ground-floor WC and basin
  • Kitchen/diner
  • Dining Room
  • Sitting Room with electric fire
  • Utility
  • Gas central heating with electric fire
  • Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, selection of books and games, WiFi and TVs
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Off-road parking for three cars and shed storage
  • Enclosed lawned front garden with fire pit and seating (30m x 15m), enclosed lawned rear garden 15m x 15m) and side patio area with furniture (10m x 4m)
  • One well-behaved pet welcome (All though enclosed garden, cannot guarantee pet proof) Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop within 0.3 miles and pub within 0.5 miles

The property

Perched on the edge of the beautiful Snowdonia National Park, with far-reaching views of the wonderful Cader Idris and Dysynni Valley, is the charming Dorma Bungalow Tyrau Tywyn.

Bring your family to the ideally positioned property which is surrounded by a vast array of attractions and activities, perfect for those seeking a tranquil setting, yet within a stone’s throw from the wealth of shops, eateries and pubs within the town of Tywyn.

Look forward to enjoying your morning coffee within the brightly decorated kitchen where the floor-to-ceiling windows flood the room with natural light and offer breath-taking views of sunsets painting the surrounding rich-in-fauna saltmarsh and Cadair Idris massif in golden hues.

After rustling up an evening meal within the amply equipped kitchen, join your loved ones for a sociable evening within the dining room where you will find a good selection of games and books for those rainy days.

Continuing to impress is the quaint sitting room, which boasts a clever blend of antique quirks and contemporary furnishing to ensure a wonderful evening’s rest in front of the warming electric fire.

Completing the interior is two ground-floor doubles and a twin bedroom which is tucked away within the attic of the property, perfect for younger guests.

To the outside, you will find a spacious enclosed garden area where your canine companions will be able to stretch their legs while you soak up your surroundings.

To keep you and your loved ones busy whilst staying here, spend afternoon at the golden stretch of a Blue Flag beach which is perfect for learning to surf and also the sand dunes before walking along the Victorian promenade with a cooling ice cream.

Taµrs Tywyn is enveloped by Snowdonia National Park's Cadiar Idris massif to the north, south and east and the rolling waves of Cardigan Bay to the West, where will you find one of the UK's best beaches to learn to surf with it's reliable low breakers.

Immediately bordering the property is the salth marsh of the Dysynni boasting an array of fauna, such as Red Kites, spring lambs, jersey cows, a myriad of butterflies and small birds.

Badgers, hedgehogs and foxes cross the property nightly - just admire them from the cosy kitchen couch with a claret in hand.

World class fresh water canoeing, mountainbiking, hiking, fishing, rock climbing are all within ten minutes walk of Tŵrs Tywyn.

Those culture vultures can sample the independent cinema, ancient celtic church, independent bookshop or the haute cuisine restaurants of Tywyn high street - located a few minutes walk away.

Tyrau Tywyn promises a wonderful getaway for a traditional seaside getaway.

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About the location

TYWYN

Aberdovey 4 miles; Dolgellau 20 miles.

The tranquil town of Tywyn lies on the sweep of Cardigan Bay, perched on the end of the imposing Cader Idris mountain range where the landscape tumbles into the sea on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park. The promenade and town are all on one level, ideal for that gentle evening stroll by the clear blue water of the Bay. Shopping in Tywyn is a pleasure, with a regular open-air market, and local shops offering a wide range of local produce and gifts. The proximity to mountains and sea means the town also offers a wide variety of activities, from mountaineering to surfing, and the area offers leisurely rambles through the beautiful countryside. Slightly further afield lie the towns of Dolgellau and Aberdovey (with its golf course), while attractions such as Harlech Castle, Llanfair Slate Caverns and the Talyllyn Railway, together with the sandy beaches of the Cambrian coast make this an ideal location for a relaxing break.

Region Information

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas