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Bryn Lleuddad

Sarn Meyllteyrn, North Wales & Snowdonia (Ref. 971542)

4.2

Good

Sykes rating

  • Sleeps 5

  • Bedrooms 4

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets Yes

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Features

  • Off road parking
  • Garden / Patio
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi

Reviews & Ratings

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12 Customer Reviews

  • "Having given top marks on all questions I must point out one glaring omission especially from a woman’s perspective, four bedrooms and not one mirror ."

    Doing her hair standing by the dining room table cannot be considered hygienic but necessary to use the mirror. The main bedroom could easily accommodate a small dressing table. The cottage is clean, comfy, well equipped and situated in a lovely spot. We will definitely consider a return visit maybe next year. To anyone considering a holiday here I would say don’t hesitate but take food for the first evening meal as the shops are some distance .

    Reviewed by TerryJun 2021

  • "Great location easy to access nice beaches and coastal walks."

    Good size property with everything you need for a comfortable stay

    Reviewed by ChrisJun 2021

  • "We had a lovely week at the cottage."

    It had all that we needed bar a toilet roll! Never had to supply our own loo paper before! But the facilities were all as suggested, very spacious and comfortable and its a great location and so close to the coast. Miles from home but did very few miles once we got there.

    Reviewed by JoannaJun 2021

  • "Whilst the extension part of the property was quite acceptable, the original part of the house was dated and in need of attention."

    The upstairs beds were hardly fit for purpose. Our daughter having to sleep on the settee for five nights as the mattress was so uncomfortable. As for cleanliness, the property had only been superficially cleaned. There were cobwebs in the windows and under the mat covering the carpet in front of the front door was thick with dust and cobwebs. The kitchen was well equipped with utensils and crockery although there were some cracked plates . The garden at the back was not child friendly as it was all covered in grey slate and large bushes. That said, the weather was kind to us and we enjoyed our holiday in a great location but in regards to the property we didn’t have value for money. .

    Reviewed by PatriciaMay 2021

  • "Great location and superb accommodation especially the ground floor lounge, living room and en-suite,just 5 minutes to the best local shop, and butchers at Sarn with petrol station as well and 5 minutes to Porth Salmon for really great sea views and walks."

    Found the gate opening onto the road a bit of a pain so just parked outside gate easier!!! not a problem. Local neighbors and shop very friendly and helpful. For 3 OAP's we had a lovely comfortable and restful two weeks with plenty of old memories to re-visit ,The wood burner also made the evenings very homely. Many thanks for a lovely autumn break for us.

    Reviewed by CliveSep 2020

  • "Cottage was excellent."

    Everything In the cottage was great, we had no problems at all. Will definitely stay again. Would definitely recommend this cottage.

    Reviewed by FrancineAug 2020

  • "We were not informed re Covid cleaning arrival and departure changes on the cottage information The cleaners were there when we arrived FOUR OF THEM ."

    THEY only left us one key so we could not open hardly any of the windows or the patio door . The place looked clean but on closer inspection there was food remains on the washing up bowl , the windows were very dirty , there was thick dust on the storage heaters and light fittings .Covid cleaning ??!! The upstairs mattresses were uncomfortable My daughter had to sleep on the downstairs sofa.Part of the shower was broken as was the chest of drawers upstairs. However the house was well equipped and everything in the kitchen was in good order.

    Reviewed by JoyAug 2020

  • "We were really pleased with the cottage."

    Plenty of room for us all. Fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher everything catered for which made our stay perfect. Two bathrooms one ensuite. Good size dining table. Games, two TVs, dvd player and books. Secluded patio and bbq. Access to lovely local beaches, as well as Abersoch and Aberdaron. Would definitely book this again. Please note whilst Sykes says you can enter after 3pm it's actually 6pm because of covid19.

    Reviewed by LisaJul 2020

  • "The house situation was fine, nice and remote, with friendly neighbours."

    However we do not feel we had very good value for money as: * we couldn’t watch T.V. in the living room because we couldn’t get a channel * extractor fan in the en-suite was incredibly noisy when switched on * T.V. in the dining room took an age to work out how to use * broken window in bathroom above toilet * wheelie bin was over flowing with rubbish when we arrived * hosts supplied towels but no tea towels * phoned the caretaker to shed some light on the T.V. situation, no reply

    Reviewed by LouiseAug 2018

  • "The cottage is well equipped."

    It would be nice if the back lounge tv was connected to a tv signal too as we mainly all squashed in the front lounge as we don’t tend to watch DVDs nightly. The cottage is quite remote so my advice would be to take some groceries for your first night and breakfast - otherwise you will have to drive over 7 miles to a Spar (in Abersoch) as we did! We never did find the beach advertised as 2 miles away but there are some lovely beaches to explore by car. We also spent a couple of days in Caernarfon, climbed Snowdon and even Llandudno is within a reasonable drive.

    Reviewed by JoAug 2018

  • "When we arrived at the cottage (3."

    45pm) we were unable to access due to the cleaners still being there. This meant we were finally able to access the cottage at 5pm. The cleanliness of the cottage was not the best and also required some maintenance I.e cracks in the wall, damp patches in bedrooms. Not value for money and would not book again.

    Reviewed by RhianJul 2018

  • "This was a deceptively spacious cottage."

    It had all the facilities you could wish for. My home felt small when we got back compared to the cottage. It was very tastefully decorated inside, and had a large gated area on the side to park a car or two. There was also wi-fi which was an added bonus. Overall we would highly recommend it, very good value for money. Thank you Sykes cottages for your communications.

    Reviewed by JanetMay 2018

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Summary

  • Four bedrooms: 1 x ground floor double with an en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x first floor 4" double, 2 x first floor singles
  • Ground floor bathroom with a bath, basin and WC
  • Kitchen
  • Living/dining room with a woodburning stove
  • Sitting room with an electric fire.
  • Electric storage heating, electric fire, woodburning stove
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, 2 x TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi
  • Fuel, power and starter pack inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off road parking for 2 cars
  • Patio garden with furniture
  • one well-behaved pet welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop and pub 2 miles.

The property

Sarn Meyllteyrn 2 miles.

Bryn Lleuddad is an alluring end-terrace cottage, excellently located near the rural village of Sarn Meyllteyrn in North Wales.

There is much going on in the surrounding area, this property is the perfect base for a holiday of outdoor activities or perhaps just a place to unwind away from day-to-day life.

Be immediately welcomed by the bright and fresh interior, on your right is a splendid family bathroom, ideal for enjoying a luxuriating bubble bath after a day of exploring the nearby Llyn Peninsula or the Snowdonia National Park slightly further afield.

Head down the hallway to discover the superbly equipped kitchen, boasting refreshing wooden features and charming tiles, making this a warming spot to prepare your meals.

Take your pick of places to sit and relax here at Bryn Lleuddad with two sitting rooms on offer, both with Freeview TVs and warming fires, one of which has dining furniture for everybody to gather around.

This property hosts four bedrooms, one of which comes on the ground floor and boasts a crisp, white en-suite shower room.

The other three bedrooms lie on the first floor, each with pleasant bed linen and a homely feel to ensure a peaceful spot to get your rest.

In the summer months, make the most of the delightful patio by sitting with a refreshing drink and admiring your wonderful surroundings.

Sarn Meyllteyrn is a quiet spot, an ideal base for a relaxing holiday as it provides a modest selection of amenities as well as excellent access to the area.

From here you can explore the numerous beaches of the Llyn Peninsula, or walk through the breath-taking countryside whilst spotting some wildlife.

Visit the popular seaside resorts of Abersoch and Pwllheli which makes great days out, as does the magnificent Snowdonia National Park which has lovely towns and villages, scenery, walking, cycling and activities to take advantage of.

A superbly located cottage to be enjoyed by anybody at any time of year.

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About the location

SARN MEYLLTEYRN

Abersoch 6 miles; Pwllheli 8 miles.

The tiny, rural village of Sarn Meyllteyrn, is situated at the heart of the beautiful Llyn Peninsula, an area renowned for its outstanding scenery, and offers local shops and pubs, a garage, resturant and pottery. Just 6 miles away, sandwiched between two glorious bays, the attractive town of Abersoch is one of the most popular sailing venues in North Wales and hosts numerous sailing regattas throughout the summer months. A wide variety of shops, pubs, restaurants and cafés cater for all tastes, whilst water sports enthusiasts are spoilt for choice with fabulous windsurfing, waterskiing, sailing, diving and surfing opportunities. With the long, sandy Warren Beach, the sheltered sands at Porth Bach and the terrific, high cliffs at Port Ceriad nearby and Bardsey Island just a short, yet exciting boat trip away, this is an ideal base for a varied and enjoyable holiday.

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