4.8★ Sykes rating 7 Guests 4 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms Pets Yes Features Off road parking Ground floor accommodation Ground floor bedroom Open fire Garden / Patio Cot available Highchair available Washing machine Dishwasher Games Room Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities and Maintenance Search 8 Customer Reviews "A great place to explore Snowdonia and the coast line." We all had a marvellous stay. Could do with somewhere to hang wet coats etc. and the wobbly kitchen table was a challenge but minor problems. Thanks so much for the feedback, and we are very glad you had a marvellous stay. Thanks for mentioning the wobbly kitchen table; it's an old friend so we cut it some slack but we will see if we can make it less wobbly! Property Owner Reviewed by Michael4.7★Sep 2022 "Lovely holiday property with all needs catered for." Absolutely stunning views, it's a really fabulous place to spend you're holiday. Thank you so much, it means a lot to Emma and I, and our hard working housekeeper Helen, that you and your family had a nice time at Cerrig. We all hope to see you again (as does our resident guest Jack the black sheep!). Property Owner Reviewed by Paul5.0★Sep 2022 "We all loved the cottage & the views & woodland walks were stunning." Reviewed by Phil4.4★Sep 2022 "We had a fantastic week in this amazing property." It was spacious and very well equipped. The games room was a particular hit with the children. The views are stunning and we were able to walk locally with our dog. We had the pleasure of meeting the owner who was very welcoming and helpful. We have already booked for next year. Thanks so much! It was a delight to meet you, and we are looking forward to seeing you again next year! Property Owner Reviewed by Nadine5.0★Aug 2022 "Loved the property and dogs were happy with the garden." The kids were delighted with the pool table. TVs didn't seem to work very well. We are so happy that you had a nice time at Cerrig and that you were surprised and pleased by the games room! We found the plug for the TV booster had been turned off, which was why the TVs didn't work well. We really hope to see you again. Property Owner Reviewed by Valerie J4.7★May 2022 "We stayed for a week and it was honestly a fantastic week with family." The area is perfect for all the touristy things like climbing Mount Snowdon and visiting Portmeirion as well as exploring the land around the house. It is close to many supermarkets and lovely cafes and pubs. We took two dogs, a baby and a toddler along with grandparents and the layout of the house was perfect for this. The grandparents stayed in the main part of the house and our family stayed in the ground floor rooms sharing the Jack and Jill bathroom. This worked as the children could sleep while we played games and watched films at night but then the grandparents weren’t disturbed too early in the morning. The views were beautiful from main my different parts of the house. The house was equips with pretty much everything we needed and more - games room and a huge DVD collection. It even has a swing for the little ones. The dogs were happy too but with their exploring nature we didn’t let them off the lead to explore as there was a family of sheep enjoying the garden. We were so pleased and felt lucky to have found such a well finished place for a very reasonable price. We hope to come back soon. Thanks so much for the feedback, it means a lot to us, and to our wonderful housekeeper Helen. We're glad you enjoyed your stay and hope to see you again soon. Jack the black sheep says he was delighted to see you too! Property Owner Reviewed by Sally5.0★May 2022 "We had a wonderful week at Cerrig, a group of 7 including two children under 4." The house is beautiful and the views from the property are incredible. The bird song outside never stops and a huge variety of birds can be seen from the terrace. It is a great base for a week away, with beaches, mountains, waterfalls and lovely villages all very close. The drive to all these places is great too, really beautiful countryside all around. We will definitely be back. Thank you so much for your feedback, it means a lot to Emma and I (and our wonderful Helen the housekeeper) that you had a nice time. Thanks also for accommodating our unexpected guests, the swifts in their nest above the front door! We will be delighted to see you again. Property Owner Reviewed by Stuart4.7★May 2022 "Absolutely gorgeous house in beautiful scenery." Would highly recommend. Will definitely be back. Reviewed by Justine5.0★Apr 2022 There are no reviews featuring this term Show all reviews Show more Hide all Summary Four bedrooms: 2 x ground-floor double with Jack-and-Jill en-suite freestanding bath, hand-held shower, basin and WC, 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x small double, sofa bed Ground-floor wet room with basin and WC Kitchen/ dining room Dining room with woodburning stove Sitting room with multi-fuel stove Sitting room with electric stove Summer house Aga with underfloor heating Electric oven and induction hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher TV with DVD player, a selection of books, games and DVDs, WiFi Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Cot and highchair available Games Room with a 6-foot Pool Table reverses to an Air Hockey Table Ample off-road parking Patio with outdoor seating area and enclosed garden with summer house Two well behaved pets welcome Sorry, no smoking Shop and pub 2.3 miles Note: The hot tub in the garden is not for guest use The property Garreg 2.2 miles. Lying in the foothills of Snowdonia National Park, in the sleepy hamlet of Prenteg near Garreg in North Wales, you will find the striking stone-built dwelling Cerrig Y Rhwydwr. Boasting breath-taking views of the rolling Welsh countryside, Cerrig Y Rhwydwr makes for a wonderful pet-friendly property, perfect for families or groups of eight. Enjoy a quiet night in front of the TV in the inviting sitting room, snuggled up to your loved ones as you keep warm from the heat of the multi-fuel stove, or retreat to the second sitting room and indulge in an hour of peace and quiet as you read your favourite book in front of the electric fire. Show off your culinary skills as you take to the impressive induction hob and electric oven that lie within the traditional country kitchen, before gathering in the dining room for a tasty family feast at the beautiful mahogany table. The ground floor is also home to a handy wet room, where you can wash off the mud following an action-packed day in the countryside, and two double bedrooms served by a Jack-and-Jill style en-suite bathroom with a magnificent roll top bath. Climb the staircase up to the first floor and be greeted by two further double bedrooms, one of which features an airy en-suite bathroom. Spend warm summer days lounging on the lawn in the garden or take some time away from the excitement in the summer house. Explore the vast landscapes of the 40-acres of land and uncover enchanting waterfalls and views of the mountains. Lying a stone’s throw away from the coast, visitors can embark on a breath-taking walk along Wales Coast Path, stopping off at picturesque beaches and charming seaside towns and villages along the way. Spot the imposing ruins of Castell Cricieth before heading down to Marine Beach and delighting in mouth-watering seafood at one of the many local cafes. Travel to the colourful Italian-style village of Portmeirion, a favourite amongst tourists, or step back in time on a visit to the historical town of Harlech as you wander through the grand castle ruins. Head deep into Snowdonia National Park and discover the incredible hiking trails of Erik Scott and Dinas Emrys or challenge your friends and family with a scenic walk to the peak of Mount Snowdon. Swing through caves on a fun-filled day at Zip World Slate Caverns and spot exotic sea creatures at the Anglesey Sea Zoo, a pleasant and scenic drive away. Live unforgettable moments on a family holiday to Cerrig Y Rhwydwr. View on map About the location GARREG Portmeirion 3.9 miles, Porthmadog 4.9 miles, Beddgelert 5.6 miles, Criccieth 8.3 miles Nestled on the edge of Snowdonia National Park is the small village of Garreg. Perfectly located for walkers, hikers and cyclists, Garreg is a peaceful base to explore fantastic sites of North Wales, whether that's seaside towns or dramatic mountain regions. Guests can enjoy log fires, cask ales and an award-winning menu at The Brondanw Arms, a traditional Welsh pub with picnic benches in a charming garden for warmer days, whilst Y Garreg Shop and Kitchen offers self-catering essentials and a delicious menu consisting of local produce. Local attractions include Plas Brondanw, which was the home of Welsh architect Clough Williams-Ellis, with the beautiful house and gardens now open for the public to explore. The picture-perfect village created by William-Ellis, Portmeirion, as well as Porthmadog are a short journey away from Garreg for plenty of history and cultural pursuits, whilst Beddgelert lies to the north, a picturesque stone-built village. For a seaside retreat, head to Criccieth for its hill-top fortress and a taste of the local seafood. Garreg is a tranquil base for your adventures to North Wales.