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Ty Coch

Llanaelhaearn near Trefor, Caernarfon, North Wales & Snowdonia (Ref. 1054834)

4.8

Excellent

Sykes rating

  • Sleeps 2

  • Bedrooms 1

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets Yes

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Features

  • Hot tub
  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Garden / Patio
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi

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19 Customer Reviews

  • "The property had a large patio area with lovely views of the area."

    There was a hot tub, plenty of garden furniture and a gas barbecue which we used to cook some delicious local sirloin steaks. Its isolation lends a sense of peace. Any issues were dealt with promptly by the owner and we had a very enjoyable stay.

    Reviewed by JohnJun 2022

  • "We have had a fab week in this lovely barn conversion."

    We loved every minute. The views were to die for and as the weather was particularly good all week we had sea views all day every day. I’ve listed what you get and it’s long! Superb views and exellent beaches nearby Lots of fab kitchen appliances Peaceful location Cracking hot tub with views!! Everything well equiped Outside blankets heaven when windy in the mornings Picnic set for outside All garden furniture brill in each area Fridge with big freezer compartment fab for our dog food! Comfy bed, loved it Lovely fluffy towels Nice touch with dressing gowns and slippers (Many thanks for prosecco too) Plenty big enough for 2 plus dog I really could go on. Owen was easy to get hold of for any questions we had and we had a ready supply of chopped wood for hot tub as we used it every day. Looking at those views whilst in there with a glass of bubbles was heaven. Highly recommend this place for a peaceful little get away to re charge your batteries.

    Reviewed by JuneJun 2022

  • "The whole experience was fantastic."

    The cottage was exactly what we were looking for. Very remote and spectacular views. The hot tub was brilliant even when it was foggy but was amazing when the sun came out. The hosts were easy to contact and nothing was too much trouble, they even came to warm the hot tub up whilst we were out sight seeing. The area is amazing for dogs, our 8 month old puppy loved the outdoor space and exploring. The host left a bottle of Prosecco and some chocolates which was lovely. The guidebook was brilliant and we visited the potted lobster for a meal with the dog and it was amazing! Will definitely be returning and thank you for a wonderful stay!

    Reviewed by JakeMay 2022

  • "We have visited Ty coch twice now and both times we couldn’t ask for anything else , the views were amazing and the facilities are spot on , the owners are very helpful and we’re on hand if we needed anything, looking forward to a 3rd visit!"

    Reviewed by ChrisApr 2022

  • "We had an amazing time at Ty Coch!"

    This was our first time in Wales and it was better than we could have imagined. Ty Coch was a beautiful base to explore - the views and location were excellent, the silence around is wonderful and just what we wanted, the hot tub was well worth the learning curve of lighting a wood-burner it and the facilities inside were lovely, too - a super comfy bed is just what you need after all that walking! If you aren’t confident with wood-burning fires (for the hot tub) then contact the owners who were more than willing to come help! In fact - they were great all the way through our stay! Checking in that everything was okay the first night, sorting a dripping noise (a water filter) very quickly and helping us light the fire were just a few things they did to help out and make us feel at home! Also, when we arrived we were greeted by a cold bottle of Prosecco and a bar of chocolate! A really lovely surprise which was very much enjoyed and appreciated. Thanks so much for making our first time in Wales such a special one! We will definitely be back and thoroughly recommend to anyone who enjoys being secluded somewhere beautiful to relax.

    Reviewed by JoelApr 2022

  • "Beautiful place for a romantic stay away from all the busy things in life."

    We stayed for a weekend the property is lovely just wish we stayed longer as we didn’t realise there was any heating until halfway through. We burned all the wood trying to heat the property. Also never got to use the hot tub as that took more than the full day to heat. I’d rebook now I’m aware of these things but was a disappointed at the time

    Reviewed by SamanthaApr 2022

  • "We stayed at Ty Coch for our Honeymoon and we could not recommend it more."

    The cottage was beautiful and kept to a very high standard. The owners are lovely people and more than happy to help out with anything you need during our stay. It is also located in a stunning area with so much to do right on your doorstep and the views from the garden are breath taking. We will be back to the cottage in the future, no doubt about it.

    Reviewed by BlairMar 2022

  • "Beautiful little cottage."

    Great location and fantastic views of Snowdonia and Cardigan bay. Will definitely be going back.

    Reviewed by ElganJan 2022

  • "Absolutely loved staying here, the views, the silence of the country side."

    All round would definitely come stop again.

    Reviewed by JasonJan 2022

  • "Greate remote location,very quite and great views A++++"

    Reviewed by SimonDec 2021

  • "What an amazing find!"

    The place is absolutely stunning and the views are even better. The host was more than helpful and very friendly, nothing was too much trouble. The facilities are brilliant and the cottage itself is so cosy. It is very clean and has moderns aspects whilst having the rustic cottage feel. We will be back and would 100% recommend. Perfect for a weekend away.

    Reviewed by DeclanDec 2021

  • "What a find!"

    My husband and I booked the Ty Coch to get away from the fireworks as we have a nervous dog. We found the Ty Coch stunning, a really little gem and will be returning. The views are breathtaking and the location is perfect for exploring this part of North Wales. We cooked every night and took plenty of provisions which we manage to store away in the cupboards. The owners are so friendly, nothing is too much trouble. They definitely spoilt us during our stay with champagne, Welsh chocolate, Welsh cheese and freshly caught scallops all very yummy.

    Reviewed by JacquelineNov 2021

  • "We had a lovely time."

    The cottage was amazing, modern and clean with lots of amenities. Most importantly; the VIEWS were incredible. Very peaceful location perfect for romantic holidays or escape from the city. The owners were really helpful and always there if you needed anything.

    Reviewed by RobertOct 2021

  • "Amazing cottage away from everything & this is not stated enough in the description, but you do have to drive to find anywhere to eat."

    It wasn't a problem for us, as we don't mind not having a drink while out. We did some shopping for our stay & glad we didn't buy too much as the fridge is small with a freezer compartment in the top & only one narrow cupboard for anything else. We ate sat on the sofa when we stayed in as you can't get your legs under the table, which was a shame. But overall the place is a little gem, in a beautiful setting. We stayed in October & can only image how wonderful it would be in the summer.

    Reviewed by JaneOct 2021

  • "The barn conversion was fantastic, making excellent use of the small space available."

    There were some lovely touches such as the variety of outside seating and the two patios, one with rocking chairs. The views were outstanding and it was great to have the livestock and fauna and flora right on the doorstep. Owners were very easy to contact and responded quickly to any issues.

    Reviewed by JanetSep 2021

  • "It’s a lovely hillside location with views of farmlands to the sea."

    An amazing place just to get away from it all.

    Reviewed by SharonSep 2021

  • "Lovely little barn conversion."

    Isolated which was just what we wanted. Beautiful views and lovely, helpful hosts. Lynne peninsula ..... stunning.

    Reviewed by LizJul 2021

  • "Completely off the beaten track so very peaceful."

    No neighbours. The most fantastic views, better than in the advert. Perfect for touring the Llyn Peninsular and surrounding areas. Very friendly and helpful hosts. Loved it....

    Reviewed by WendyJun 2021

  • "Location was AMAZING, totally in the middle of nowhere."

    Hot tub was great. Host was lovely. We had a very nice stay

    Reviewed by LeighJun 2021

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Summary

  • All-one-level
  • One double bedroom
  • Shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC
  • Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with a woodburning stove
  • Gas central heating with underfloor heating
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washer/dryer, dishwasher, Iron & Ironing board
  • dressing gown, hair dryer and complimentary slippers
  • TV, Superfast WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Patio with wood-fired hot tub, outdoor seating area, gas BBQ
  • One well behaved pet welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop 2.9 miles, pub 3.1 miles
  • Note: Property is accessed by a three-quarter mile rough farm track, so may not be suitable for low cars
  • Note: The log burner is not for use
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The property

Trefor 2.9 miles.

Nestled on the outskirts of the small village of Llanaelhaearn, Caernarfon, is the rustic barn conversion, Ty Coch Bron Miod.

Positioned centrally to both the coast and countryside, this single-storey dwelling is the perfect place for a couple to enjoy a romantic getaway and explore Wales and the beauty it has to offer.

Stepping through the property, you're welcomed into the light and airy open-plan living space, boasting a contemporary kitchen, whilst exposed wooden beams retain the traditional character of the barn.

Here you can look forward to snuggling up on the sofa with a good film in front of the TV with your significant other after enjoying an intimate meal together around the dining table, toasting to a wonderful holiday.

Why not head outside to the well-presented patio area and let your four legged friend stretch their legs whilst you enjoy a spot of al fresco dining with a sparkling glass of prosecco followed by a dip in the wood-fired hot tub, soaking in the fantastic views surrounding you?

As the evening grows darker, return inside to wash away the day in the modern bathroom, fitted with a spacious walk-in shower, basin and WC, before escaping to the double bedroom to put your feet up and rest your eyes to ready yourself for another exciting day of exploring.

Llanaelhaearn is a stone's throw away from the fishing village of Trefor, where you can take an evening off cooking and enjoy a meal made with locally sourced ingredients at Bert's Kitchen Garden or enjoy a tipple with view at the local pub.

Trefor is home to the national forest of Coed Elerinon, where you can enjoy a tranquil walk through meadows and woodlands or for those more adventurous, take the trek to the top of Cei Trefor where views from the summit, on a clear day, extend to Ireland, the whole of Cardigan Bay, Anglesey, Snowdonia, and the northern mountains of England.

If that's not really your thing thing then jump in the car and travel a few miles further to the seaside town of Nefyn, where you will find a selection of bars and restaurants to choose from after working up an appetite enjoying a day at the beach, playing a round of golf or discovering the local history at Amgueddfa Forwrol Llŷn Maritime Museum.

However you decide to spend your holiday, Bron Miod Barn Conversion makes a lovely base to return to each evening and is one not to be missed.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £150.

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About the location

TREFOR

Nefyn 7.5 miles; Portmeirion 20 miles; Bangor 22 miles.

The small village of Trefor is surrounded by sea and mountains, overlooking Caernarfon Bay, and enjoys a harbour with stone breakwater pier and sheltered sandy beach that the Wales Coastal Path runs past, or the more adventurous can enjoy a regular surf outside the breakwater. The village benefits from a convenience store, Post Office and licensed social club. Nearby, in the village of Llithfaen, are the Welsh Language and Heritage Centre and restaurant. The pretty coastal town of Nefyn lies 7.5 miles away, sitting atop sweeping cliffs, and is home to a fine, two-mile stretch of sandy beach, along with a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants, and the award-winning golf club is popular with families and couples alike. Trefor is also within reach of the amenities of the popular towns of Pwllheli, Abersoch, Caernarfon, Portmeirion and Bangor. The coastline around this region is dotted with castles and coves, while fishing, sailing and watersports are all available. The start of the Snowdonia National Park is 5 miles away, with its dramatic scenery and abundance of superb walks. With its proximity to such a wide range of destinations, this area makes a superb base for a break in North Wales.

Region Information

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas