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The Cottage

Llaniestyn, North Wales & Snowdonia (Ref. 1011943)


(16 ratings)

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  • Sleeps 8

  • Bedrooms 4

  • Bathrooms 3

  • Pets Yes

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  • Broadband / WiFi
  • Open fire
  • Off road parking
  • Garden / Patio
  • Hot tub
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available

Reviews & Ratings

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15 Customer Reviews

  • "The cottage is beautiful and is perfectly situated for a family holiday on the Lyn peninsula - close to all the amazing beaches and within a short drive of Anglesey and Snowdonia."

    The only thing not clearly shown on the listing is the lack of garden wall between the garden and the road, which made containing the dog a bit tricky and led to a few visits to the neighbours. The cottage also doesn’t have one of those drawers of condiments with usual stuff like salt and pepper so you really do need to bring everything you might need for the holiday. Other than that the cottage is fantastic - especially the hot tub!

    Reviewed by NicholasMay 2022

  • "Had a lovely family break with six adults, 2 children and two dogs."

    Lovely property which owners have renovated to a very high standard. Home from home comforts and very clean. Would definitely recommend.

    Reviewed by DianeMay 2022

  • "The house is absolutely stunning."

    It was fully equipped with everything we needed and more. The speakers were the icing on the cake for us !! We had a fantastic week . The hottub was already warm when we arrived. Bed were super comfortable we all had such an amazing experience staying at the cottage . We also had the most beautiful weather which made our stay better then expected.

    Reviewed by FayeMar 2022

  • "Lovely house in a quiet location ."

    Extremely comfortable beds and sofas with crisp linens and cushions . Under floor heating makes everything so cosy. Great location for peace and quiet and bird watching . Would definitely recommend.

    Reviewed by NicoleFeb 2022

  • "Beautiful cottage, absolutely perfect for our pre Christmas get together, very comfortable ,very clean, and all the info we needed."

    We will be returning and recommending to everyone.

    Reviewed by SusanDec 2021

  • "We could not find fault with anything!"

    ! The Cottage was amazing, very well equiped with everything that was needed for our weeks stay. A welcome pack with tea, coffee, biscuits and mini wines were in the kitchen on our arrival. The owners have taken note of previous customers comments, and the bedrooms now have mirrors. The hot tub was very well used by us all after a day of exploring the many beaches in the area. The village location was very quiet, not too far from any of the main tourist attractions in the area.

    Reviewed by DelythSep 2021

  • "This is a beautiful cottage with everything you need and more."

    Home from home & benefits from a lovely hot tub. We spent most of the evenings in the sun room after a dip in the hot tub & bbq on the patio (please note there is a bbq in the shed). The Village is located at the bottom of a mountain, the roads are quite narrow but the house benefits from a big garden & ample parking. It’s important to head out to the beach which is only a few miles away - Abersoch ( lots of water sports to try & great shops) Hells Bay (for the surf) & Aberdaron (cafe shops, beach & a bit of surf). It would be hard not to enjoy a holiday at The Cottage.

    Reviewed by JuliaAug 2021

  • "Beautiful house in a stunning location."

    Enjoyed our week at The Cottage.

    Reviewed by EstherAug 2021

  • "Beautiful house in wonderful Welsh countryside not far from abersoch and other costal towns, great house clean and great facilities the hottub was a hit."

    Lovely welcome pack provided with tea coffee etc Will definitely be returning next year!

    Reviewed by KayleeJul 2021

  • "We have just arrived home from a lovely stay at our holiday cottage."

    The cottage was beautiful inside & out and in a good location to travel to all the local beauty spots. The only negatives were that the bedrooms lacked wardrobe space and no mirrors or dressing tables to get ready. The kitchen lacked cutlery literally we had 8 of everything which meant washing more. Also could of done with more utensils and things like jugs for milk and juice. Apart from that we had a wonderful stay and would visit again in the the future.

    Reviewed by LouiseJul 2021

  • "Great cottage with lots of space."

    Very clean and good facilities. Loved by both kids and adults.

    Reviewed by JosephJul 2021

  • "Cottage was amazing ."

    . however none of the bedrooms had mirrors and it would be helpful to have that near socket so yoy can blow dry hair etc .

    Reviewed by SurbjitJun 2021

  • "Overall a very good cottage, its large, spacious and modern."

    The hot tub was a big hit by us all, the beds were very comfortable and plenty of hot water for showers ect. There are TVs in each bedroom and in both lounge and kitchen, this was good: we did have the odd issue with WiFi going off and failing to connect to one TV in the bunked bedroom... but this may have been easily resolved ( if we were better with IT). The only thing I would say, is that the property lacks mirrors ( there are no mirrors upstairs with plugs to do your hair) I had to plug my hair dryer behind the bathroom door in the bedroom and try and stretch it to the bathroom mirror: not ideal. A lovely stay, in a lovely village, with great weather. Thank you

    Reviewed by ManonJun 2021

  • "Loved it great views peace and quiet bifold doors bought the outside in loads of room lovely garden dogs loves it although we kept them on 20m ropes as if the saw a cat they would have gone lol."

    only downside was double bunk made it impossible to use the double bed as the bunk is so low. Otherwise perfect maybe need a dryer in the winter months Would def stay again

    Reviewed by SharonJun 2021

  • "A great cottage, set in beautiful countryside."

    The cottage itself is very well equipped and it's location was ideal for exploring. We were a group of 4 adults and 2 little ones and there was ample space for all of us. My daughter loved the bunk beds and my son was more than happy exploring the garden and watching the sheep.

    Reviewed by VictoriaMay 2021

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  • Over two floors
  • Four bedrooms: 1 x king-size with en-suite shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC, 1 x king-size, 1 x small double with single bunk above (sleeps 2 in the small double or sleeps 2 as bunks), 1 x twin (zip/link can be king-size on request)
  • Bathroom with small half-size bath, walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC
  • Ground-floor shower room with walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC
  • Kitchen/diner. Utility
  • Sun room
  • Snug with woodburning stove.
  • Gas central heating, underfloor heating and woodburning stove
  • Electric range oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher
  • 6 x TVs, and WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Highchair and travel cot
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Enclosed garden with lawned area, raised patio, seating for eight, and hot tub
  • Two well-behaved dogs welcome downstairs
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop and pub 2.7 miles
  • Beaches 5.3 miles

The property

Botwnnog 2 miles; Abersoch 5.3 miles; Nefyn and Morfa Nefyn 5.7 miles.

Found among a rural setting on the picturesque Llyn Peninsula is The Cottage, a lovely holiday home for a large family to explore the outstanding Welsh landscapes and attractive coastline.

Find this captivating home down a sweeping private driveway with views out to lush fields and rolling hills, where a large lawn greets you before stepping onto a large raised patio area with large bifold doors from the the sun room , benefiting from sunken lights, seating for eight, and a luxurious hot tub privately situated at the rear of the property for you to unwind in alongside the peaceful setting.

Enjoy the warmth of the underfloor heating on your feet whilst you take your pick between two welcoming sitting areas, a homely snug where the adults can catch-up over a glass of wine next to the woodburning stove, or a large sun room where the kids can snuggle in for an exciting movie night around several sofas or for those sunny days and nights open up the large bifold doors leading from the sun room to the large raised patio to bring the outside in.

Show off your best cooking skills and throw together a scrumptious meal in the well-equipped kitchen/diner, an open and airy room with a spacious central island, a large range cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, and convenient dishwasher to help you with the cleaning up.

Meals can be enjoyed from the family dining table, a place for everyone to get together, catch-up and spend quality time discussing the day's events and planning for tomorrow.

The ground floor also holds a handy large shower room and a utility with your very own washing machine!

When you're ready to call it a night, take your pick from one of four outstanding bedrooms on the first-floor, choosing between a master king-size with a luxury en-suite shower room, another king-size, a twin which can be made into a king-size on request and the fourth room that can be a set of bunk beds or small double on request, all with TVs and decorated to a high standard and featuring ample storage space.

The family bathroom is available for everyone here, with a glorious walk-in shower and a small bath, perfect for bath time with the kids to wash off after a mucky day of exploring the woods.

Llaniestyn is a small village situated centrally in the heart of the Llyn Peninsula renowned for its outstanding scenery and varied walks with easy access to explore the surrounding area.

A host of walks can be found right from the doorstep, discover the mystical fell walk up Garnfadryn, boasting views to Anglesey, Snowdonia, Cardigan Bay and even the Wicklow Mountains in Ireland or stay close to home and roam around the idyllic country lanes and fields that surround the cottage.

Also in the village is a horseriding centre, Pen-Llyn Lusitano, that caters for both the experienced and novice horse riders alike.

A classic beach holiday awaits at one of the many beautiful coastal resorts, visit the sandy beaches of Abersoch, Nefyn, Morfa Nefyn, Porthmadog, Pwllheli and Caernarfon with plenty of opportunities for sailing, watersports and fishing, as well as indulging in a classic past time; an ice cream by the seaside!

There are many cultural attractions and Welsh castles nearby, with Snowdonia National Park being a simple drive away, home to 823 square miles of unique landscapes, challenging walks, outdoor activities, and an abundance of watersports.

Spend a fabulous holiday with your loved ones at The Cottage, discovering nearby seaside resorts, adventurous countryside landscapes and luxury amenities for the whole family in Wales.

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About the location


Botwnnog 2 miles; Abersoch 5.3 miles.

Llaniestyn is a small village situated centrally in the heart of the Llyn Peninsula renowned for its outstanding scenery and varied walks. Close by is Botwnnog (2 miles) and Abersoch (5.3 miles) where you can enjoy the stunning beaches and watersports it has to offer particularly windsurfing, water skiing and dinghy sailing not to mention the surfing at Porth Neigiol (Hell’s Mouth beach). The long sandy Abersoch main beach is probably the most popular beach in the area for families with its shallow water and sand dunes. Afterwards why not visit Abersoch’s attractive harbour town with its shops, restaurants, pubs and cafes? Most of the coastline of the Peninsula is owned by the National Trust. There is a wonderful selection of remote bays, sandy beaches and cliffs in the area including the beautiful and often quiet Porth Ceriad with its high cliffs, or Sandy Porth Oer “whistling Sands”. Visit the beautiful and picturesque village of Aberdaron with its sandy beaches or take a boat trip to Bardsey Island which is a wildlife haven for birds and seals. Visit Morfa Nefyn to walk along the beach or practice your swing at the golf course at Porthdinllaen. Alternatively, visit the spectacular Ty Coch Inn to relax and unwind with a well deserved meal or just sit and enjoy a drink whilst breathing in the sea air.

Region Information

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas