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Trefollwyn Mawr

Abersoch, North Wales & Snowdonia (Ref. 967603)

4.8

Excellent

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Features

  • Icon/Feature/Off-road parking Off road parking
  • Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor bedroom
  • Icon/Feature/Open fire Open fire
  • 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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22 Customer Reviews

  • "The cottage was perfectly set up for a family getaway."

    The kids loved the farm and seeing all the animals. The family were very friendly.

    Reviewed by KathrynSep 2021

  • "Just returned from our stay at this clean, comfortable farmhouse."

    Plenty of space inside and out for our party of 6 adults, 3 children and dogs! Stunning views with only the cows, sheep and birds for neighbours. Closer to the sea than I expected, with maybe just a 5 minute walk to the headland. The scramble down to the beach did take a little longer, but could be done with care. Only problem was the water pressure, the first week was fine, but the second week at times it was reduced to just a dribble, perhaps there was a problem somewhere? Once you where through the farmyard the track to the farmhouse was fine, remember this is a working farm track not the M6! We would be happy to book this farmhouse again.

    Reviewed by SylviaJul 2021

  • "Lovely big house , very friendly owner /farmer & lovely cake & prossecco on arrival ."

    Very comfortable and clean and well equipped . Perfect for families with dogs ( enclosed garden) and children .Beach very close , involves a bit of a scramble . Lots of places to visit nearby . Follow directions down the long farm track as there are no signs . We saw a hen harrier nearly every day in the field on the approach to the house .

    Reviewed by KathrynlouiseJun 2021

  • "A fantastic, relaxing week in the most beautiful location."

    We were 2 families - a group of 4 adults and 4 teenagers... there was ample space in the property for us all to spread out comfortably - the internet was a little slow (to be expected...) and we had occasional low water pressure, but nothing we couldn't live with! We would recommend this property to anyone who isn't put off by a long, bumpy track (signage from the farmyard to the house would also be helpful) and who isn't expecting a 5* modern house - it's homely, spacious and was perfect for us! A delicious homemade cake and bottles of wine awaited us on arrival - a lovely touch. It was spotlessly clean with plenty of towels, equipped with everything you could need. The property is quite isolated - complete tranquillity but we would imagine it's not for everyone... your only neighbours are sheep and cows! . A short, but steep climb down to the beach which we had to ourselves, incredible views from the house and garden - idyllic! Enjoy - we did!

    Reviewed by PeterMay 2021

  • "Lovely house for a get together with family or friends."

    Amazing views of the sea. Away from the hustle and bustle of our busy lives. Nice to have contact with the owners if we had a problem. Would benefit from the occasional sign on the farm gates to assure you are going in the right direction when going over a few fields. Will definitely return with the family.

    Reviewed by CatherineMay 2021

  • "What a wonderful place, glorious views, warm, cosy and comfortable."

    We arrived to find fresh flowers, home made cake and a couple of bottles of wine and our lovely land lady had already phoned me to ask if there was anything we needed. The house is down a farm track miles from anywhere but not difficult to find if you follow the excellent instructions and well worth the effort. We loved it and had a marvellous 5 days exploring this beautiful part of North Wales.

    Reviewed by AnnieMay 2021

  • "Just returned from a fabulous, relaxing, dog friendly, get away from it all break at Treffolwyn Mawr."

    If you’re looking for a place that’s full of old world charm and character located within sight and sound of an almost deserted beach, then this is for you. The property is located down a long farm track, that is a little bumpy in places but my son pottled up and down here in a mini with no issues other than gently encouraging the cows to move off the track. The views from the property are stunning and it’s a short walk to the beach. It’s a bit of a scramble down to the beach but my 75 year old father managed this every day by taking it steady. Great welcome pack that included one of the best homemade cakes we’ve eaten. It’s not 5 star but is clean with very comfy beds and Nerys and her family made us feel very welcome. This is located on a working farm so is livestock around but the garden is enclosed and suitable for dogs. Fabulous week even if the weather could have been better. Looking to rebook soon.

    Reviewed by WendyMay 2021

  • "Just perfect for a total getaway break!"

    Beautiful solitude with breath taking views. A very homely house where we immediately felt comfortable. The downstairs bedroom ideal for my 90 year old mum who enjoyed sitting in the garden looking at the views

    Reviewed by GlenysSep 2020

  • "My family and I really enjoyed our stay."

    The house had everything our group could wish for. The bedrooms where comfortable and cozy, plenty of space in the house for all age groups to spread out. The kitchen was well equipped So any meal was easy to prepare. The house is situated on land close to coast and every room has breathtaking views . We loved the whole experience and will definitely be returning , hopefully for a longer stay.

    Reviewed by ClaireAug 2020

  • "This is a wonderful cottage in a fantastic location."

    It is spacious, comfortable, well- equipped and full of character. It’s a great spot for beaches, walks and exploring the Llyn Peninsula. We had a great holiday there!

    Reviewed by DianeAug 2020

  • "Lovely, comfortable house in an exceptional position."

    Should be noted that there is no access by foot to the beach, but takes a short car ride. We had a great holiday and would hope to return to Trefollwyn Marr.

    Reviewed by LizJul 2020

  • "The farmhouse is lovely and remote with the sea only 2 fields away."

    It's a bit of a scramble down on to the beach but is worth it. The owners were very friendly. Being in the middle of cow and sheep fields was great for the kids. The farmhouse is spacious with 3 seating areas so you can space yourself out if you are a larger group. Loved our holiday. 10/10.

    Reviewed by AnthonyAug 2019

  • "Trefollwyn Mawr is set in the most beautiful surroundings, with far reaching mountain and coastal views."

    The farmhouse is peaceful and located on a working farm. We were often greeted by the cows and sheep which provided much entertainment to our party! A lovely addition to the holiday! It would be unfair to be critical about such a beautiful place and we did have a lovely week away as a family but a few points are worthy of note to anyone visiting Trefollwyn. The description regarding the access to the property via an ‘uneven and bumpy road through farmland’ is an understatement. When driving through the farm yard, the ground underneath was rocky, muddy and severely uneven. We did suffer some rain which made driving to and from the cottage quite treacherous. This, we felt, should be described more accurately as any person who books this property who had a lower or sporty car would have much difficulty in gaining access without potentially causing damage to their car. The water pressure was very poor and we had to adjust to announcing when one of us was having a shower so to not flush the toilets or turn the taps on. Again, we totally accepted that it’s a working farm and animals need their water but we adapted and it became part of the character of the farm house! The description stated that the beach was ‘within easy reach on foot’. Firstly, it was a stunning beach with barely anyone on it but it was not an easy walk to the beach. The grandparents in our group would not have made it down the cliff to the beach and we struggled carrying our toddler down. We did this on one occasion and decided to not brave it again. You can drive round to the beach so that was an option. The WiFi is slow in the property but then it’s a beautiful farmhouse in the middle of nowhere! The above points are not criticism to the property but are worthy of note. Nerys and her family were nothing but helpful and the positives definitely out weigh any negatives. It was a memorable holiday and we would visit again. Thank you!

    Reviewed by HeidiAug 2019

  • "The driveway going unto the cottage was ok until you got to the farm yard - here there were big holes which damaged the bottom of our car so a 4x4 car would have been better even in the summer."

    The owners acted quickly and filled the hole with soil but quite nervy to go in and out of the cottage though the farm yard. The water due to hot weather was intermittent which we put up with as guessed it wasn't like home - and the cows were thirsty. We loved having the cows and sheep right on the doorstep. It was an old Farm Cottage and was decorated that way and we really enjoyed our week there - one of our best holidays with the whole family. The walk down to the beach was a walk through fields and a scramble up and down the hills which again we enjoyed (but not for little toddlers) The beach was amazing and the owners and son were on hand by phone if needed to help out. Very attentive. The views, beach, cottage were amazing - very good memories so if you want a away from everything holiday this is it. No neighbours to worry about if you have teething toddlers!! :)

    Reviewed by JacquelineJul 2019

  • "We felt that the description of the property was inaccurate."

    The property is in desperate need of repair and decorating. We also found that the kitchen equipment was lacking- for example it was meant to accommodate 11 people but the pans were only big enough for 5 or 6, there were no large casserole dishes or baking trays. The radiator in the children’s bedroom had to be turned off as it was right next to one of the children’s beds. And the track leading to the property was nicknamed the track of doom by other members of the party. This was mentioned in the description, however it really should have been highlighted as the track was a disgrace and could easily damage cars. In addition the property was filthy. I would return to the area again, but definitely not this property. I really think that Sykes should reconsider listing this property, if this had been our first experience with Sykes we would not use them again.

    Reviewed by ValerieJun 2019

  • "Lovely house,wonderful location."

    The garden was enclosed so great for our dog. We celebrated my 60th birthday with family with a bbq in the garden. Fantastic sea views, amazing weather. A short walk through the fields and we were on a lovely beach, Hell's Mouth cove. Very peaceful. Wish we had had longer there!

    Reviewed by HelenMay 2019

  • "Very difficult going through the farm but once out track good and easy."

    Wonderful to be in the middle of nowhere very peaceful cottage with plenty of room. Unfortunately the storm which happened 2 or 3 weeks before washed away the path to the beach although it was still possible to reach it was very difficult. The bonus for us was the location had very little light pollution and the stars at night were amazing.

    Reviewed by SuzanneMar 2019

  • "The cottage was wonderful."

    We went with our 3 children aged, 9,14 and 17 and my husband's parents. Plenty of space, enough Wi-Fi to keep the children happy and very comfortable. The cottage was cosy and lots of nice touches. Will definitely be going again.

    Reviewed by SarahFeb 2019

  • "Owners very approachable and accomadating."

    Wonderful location and wonderful stay, will defiantly return.

    Reviewed by FatemaFeb 2019

  • "A lovely farmhouse in beautiful rural and coastal settings."

    This is a working farm but at no time were we disturbed so so peaceful and stunning views but only a ten minute drive to Abersoch and surrounding areas. Lovely to see the sheep and cows. The farmhouse is extremely clean and spacious. Very well equipped. We met a couple of the farm owners, lovely people who would have been there if we needed them, not that we did. They lived in the next farmhouse which was visible but not on top of us. We were a party of 6 adults and 3 dogs we all had a relaxed, chilled time. The enclosed garden is so safe for dogs or indeed children too. Thank you to Nerys and her family. We will definitely return.

    Reviewed by CNov 2018

  • "We had a lovely time in a beautiful part of Wales."

    Beautiful views from the house and only a short distance from the beach. We had everything we needed for a comfortable stay for our family including a baby, toddler and dogs.

    Reviewed by SusanOct 2018

  • "A perfect holiday place."

    The scenery and views were quite stunning. The garden was perfect for young children to play safely and we enjoyed the peeceful sheep and cows surrounding the house! The house was very well equipped and there was plenty of space. We all had a super holiday. Many thanks. The only negative thing ( and I hardly like to mention it as we had such a super time but am doing so because it might be helpful for the future) The bed in the lilac bedroom upstairs was rather uncomfortable. Please do not include this part if you publish the feedback)

    Reviewed by MeganAug 2018

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The property

Trefollwyn Mawr, a spacious whitewashed cottage, sits proudly among the countryside of the Llyn Peninsula while looking out towards the idyllic coastline.

Just four miles from the popular tourist spot of Abersoch and abounding in traditional charm, bring your nearest and dearest along to enjoy a fun-packed North Wales getaway.

A refreshing living/dining room welcomes you into this characterful holiday home, a rustic feel is immediately apparent with the flagstone flooring, while this layout also boasts a delightful dining table and a peaceful little seating area benefiting from a fabulous multi-fuel stove.

From here, step into a splendid kitchen which boasts a lovely breakfast bar seating four people.

As well as this, choose to kick back and relax in one of two welcoming sitting rooms, one enhanced by an electric fire while the other offers an enticing open fire.

Also on the ground floor you will find a wonderful 4' double bedroom featuring an aesthetic fireplace and an original Victorian desk, as well as a contrasting contemporary shower room with immaculate tiling and a walk-in shower room.

Head upstairs to find four further bedrooms, all of which are decorated in a pleasing manner, one of which provides sleeping for three people, making it ideal for families to come and stay.

The interior is topped off in exquisite style with a sumptuous family bathroom.

From the gardens at Trefollwyn Mawr, you can appreciate this breath-taking location fully, the dogs can run and play on the lawn whilst you take this superb setting in with a refreshing drink in hand.

Scenic walks can be enjoyed right from the doorstep, with Porth Neigwl beach also within easy reach on foot.

A four-mile trip leads you towards wonderful Abersoch, a place known for its sublime scenery and watersports, its beach and selection of fantastic amenities make it a fine holiday base.

The spectacular Llyn Peninsula lies at your peril, meaning you can reach popular spots such as Nefyn and Pwllheli easily.

You can also head inland to explore the jaw-dropping Snowdonia National Park, or explore the beautiful castles at Harlech and Criccieth.

Base your next adventure-packed North Wales break at this heart-warming seaside cottage.

Summary

  • Five bedrooms: 1 x family room with double and single, 2 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x 4' double
  • Bathroom with a shower over bath, basin and WC, ground floor shower room with basin and WC
  • Kitchen
  • Utility
  • Dining room with multi-fuel stove and comfortable seating for 3
  • Sitting room with open fire (seats 5)
  • Sitting room with electric fire (seats 6)
  • Oil central heating, open fire, electric fire, multi-fuel stove
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, 3 x TV, WiFi
  • Fuel, power and starter pack inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Highchair, travel cot and stair gate available on request
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Enclosed garden with lawn and patio with furniture
  • Three well-behaved dogs welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop and pub 4 miles
  • Note: Property is accessed along uneven and bumpy road and through farmland, 4x4s are recommended in poor weather
  • Note: This property is on a working farm so there are other animals around

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About the location

ABERSOCH

Pwllheli 6 miles.

The attractive harbour village of Abersoch is situated on the Llyn Peninsula in a region of Wales renowned for its outstanding scenery and varied walking. The village, situated between two glorious bays, is one of the most popular sailing venues in North Wales and important sailing regattas are held there throughout the summer months. Numerous shops cater for the tourist as well as pubs, restaurants and cafes. There are also opportunities for golfers as there is a course just outside the village and horse riding facilities are also available nearby. Watersports enthusiasts are also well catered for, particularly windsurfing, water skiing and dinghy sailing, not to mention renowned surfing at Port Neigwl (Hell’s Mouth). The long, sandy Abersoch Main Beach is probably the most popular beach in the area. There is a wonderful selection of beaches in the surrounding area of the Llyn Peninsula, including the beautiful and often quiet Porth Ceriad, with it's high cliffs, and sandy Porth Oer ("Whistling Sands"). Most of the coastline is owned by the National Trust and there are many remote bays, sandy beaches and cliffs, as well as wildlife havens like Bardsey Island to explore.

Region Information

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Christmas
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