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Tremadog, North Wales & Snowdonia (Ref. 989771)



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  • Sleeps 4

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Bathrooms 2

  • Pets Yes

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  • Open fire
  • Garden / Patio
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Seaside
  • Broadband / WiFi

Reviews & Ratings

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25 Customer Reviews

  • "Had a brilliant stay in Gwynle."

    The cottage was spotless and we didn't want to leave !. The local pub the union was a stone's through away, welcoming staff and delicious food. Thank you for a great stay

    Reviewed by RobertMay 2022

  • "Tastefully and beautifully decorated restored cottage which was pristine."

    Close to all facilities in Porthmadog and pubs/restaurants only a few steps away. Many places of interest and lovely sandy beaches nearby.

    Reviewed by BridgetMay 2022

  • "Delightful cottage in a great location for exploring the area."

    The cottage was comfortable and had everything we needed. Lovely walks from Tremadog and good base for Beddgelert, Porthmadog and the Llyn Peninsula. Cottage on main road through the village so some traffic noise but didn’t really bother us. Communication with owners was great. Will visit again in the future. Wasn’t sure if it was 9 or 10am checkout as info sent said 9am but Sykes info 10am.

    Reviewed by SallyDec 2021

  • "We had some difficulty getting the boiler to work to bring the heating on."

    I would have appreciated a quick written guide left, say on the table.

    I am very sorry to hear you struggled with the heating. This is, in fact, a brand new boiler which is relatively simple to use. I think you may have missed the information sent out to you? We do email guests with how to operate everything in the house a week to prior to arrival. (The hard copy of our property information was removed due to Covid Restrictions. This will be replaced in December). The information pack provides comprehensive information about the local area including restaurants, pubs and days out as well as full instructions for all appliances in the house. We do also add in our own personal contact numbers and are happy to assist guests in any way we can. I do hope you enjoyed all other aspects of Gwynle and will consider staying with us again in the future? Property Owner

    Reviewed by JanOct 2021

  • "Excellent location very clean beautiful surrounding area excellent base"

    Reviewed by JacintaAug 2021

  • "Well appointed cottage with very helpful owner quickly responding to questions."

    Ideal location both for supplies in village and for exploring the mountains, heritage railways as well as Portmerion. Great fish and chips from the village and lovely meals had from the restaurant, Y sgwar, and The Golden Fleece. Need to book well ahead for restaurant, lucky to make a booking due to cancellation.

    Reviewed by C MJul 2021

  • "Beautiful cottage in a beautiful location for Mount Snowdon and the coastline for Porthmadog, Portmeirion and Harlech Castle."

    The cottage was near perfect for all our needs and was very clean and modern, in a traditional and cosy way. The only negative comment, the cottage was on a busy road, traffic was constant throughout the day. We would definitely stay here again.

    Reviewed by MarcJun 2021

  • "Lovely cottage in a beautiful location."

    Great facilities and kids happy with fast broadband. Would visit again.

    Reviewed by ClaireMay 2021

  • "Very well equipped cottage in a lovely area ."

    The Owner was very responsive to questions High recommended

    Reviewed by DavidMay 2021

  • "A super stay in this great cottage ."

    Gwynle had everything we needed and more . A Perfect location for our walking. The cottage was warm cosy and very well equipped. The utility area was so useful when coming home with wet dogs and walking gear ! The beds were very comfy . We did sit out on the terrace which was very nice to do but the steps climb is not for the faint hearted . All in all we would highly recommend Gwynle.

    Reviewed by AnnetteMay 2021

  • "A high spec cottage with a beautiful bathroom and kitchen."

    Reviewed by EmmaMay 2021

  • "Gwynle was perfect for us and our dog."

    Probably one of the best cottages in terms of being so well equipped and very, very clean! Would certainly use again.

    Reviewed by GeorginaOct 2020

  • "The most beautiful cottage with everything I needed."

    Attention to detail is amazing. I would go back in a heartbeat.

    Reviewed by GailSep 2020

  • "Our family loved our stay at Gwynle!"

    The cottage is tastefully finished and to a high standard with all the modern features you would expect. Being a cottage built in the 1800s, we were surprised with how spacious it was and at no point did it feel cramped with a family of 4 and we even entertained a couple of extra guests for our evening dinner. Having the log burner was great to warm us up after coming in from the (sometimes) rainy Welsh weather and there was a dehumidifier in the utility room which helped quickly dry our clothes and towels after they’d been in the washer dryer. The town of Tremadog is very friendly with 2 excellent pubs, a fantastic restaurant along with a convenience shop and chip shop, all less than a couple of minutes walk from the cottage. Plenty of local walks into the hills with some lovely waterfalls nearby and a brisk walk could get you into Portmadog in less than 30 mins. With regards to covid, all the proper precautions have been taken with the cottage having been cleaned and sanitised to a very high standard. The check in time of 5pm and check out by 9am felt a little inconvenient but it shows a great deal of time is spent cleaning and prepping for guests and it’s very much a case of better safe than sorry! We’d definitely stay here again! James & Family

    Reviewed by JamesAug 2020

  • "The cottage was lovely and well equipped, very clean and we felt safe that it ..."

    The cottage was lovely and well equipped, very clean and we felt safe that it had been well sanitised location was good for visiting other areas and cottage was lovely and well equiped with everything we needed

    Reviewed by AnnetteAug 2020

  • "A lovely stone welsh cottage with modern comfort."

    It is set in a village 1 mile from Porthmadog . Easy to walk to station . Nicely placed for wales sandy beaches and hill walking

    Reviewed by PatrickAug 2020

  • "Very clean cottage , excellent facilities really enjoyed kitchen area , very family friendly."

    Reviewed by CaroleJul 2020

  • "The cottage was stunningly decorated, yet still comfortable and cosy, and was fully equipped."

    Everything we needed was supplied and the kitchen in particular was fitted out to a very high standard. We also loved hte log burner and the deep bath, after long walks. It was located in a lovely village with all the amenities and places to visit only a short distance away. We had a wonderful stay and didn't want to leave. The only downside was that the cottage was not fully dog friendly, despite being advertised as so. The downstairs floors were very slippery and our dogs immediately slipped over the second we walked inside from the wet street on arrival. We wanted to use the utility area to clean up the dogs after a walk but due to the floor in that room being the most slippery and also having a number of steps, we kept them out of it and entered the property through the front. Also, the patio area was not at all accessible to the dogs due to the extremely steep and slippery stone steps leading up to it. This made it a little more difficult first thing in the morning due to not having an outside space for them. This just needs making more clear in the information. Other than these points, it was a perfect getaway, and I really would recommend the cottage to others, and stay there again.

    Reviewed by AmyJan 2020

  • "Cottage absolutely delightful; cosy and warm, and spotlessly clean."

    Whilst I tend not to cook much when on holiday, I could not resist using the wonderful, newly fitted kitchen which was so well equipped. Really enjoyed having a good soak in the fabulous bath at the end of the day. Unfortunately our old dog was not able to make use of the garden as the steps were too much for her, but having the lovely woods near by helped. Whilst we live 25 miles south of Aberystwyth we were blown away with the landscape around here and will come again to visit the area, especially the village of Beddgelert. I would seriously consider making use of this cottage again. Some minor suggestions; bigger door mats at the front and back and somewhere to contain our dirty boots. Blankets made available for the beds in the colder months.

    Reviewed by AmandaNov 2019

  • "Cottage was great, clean, comfortable well decorated and had everything in it you could need."

    Only slight downfall was the back outside steps, they were really steep and slippy & the bottom light wasn't very strong, my larger dog had a real problem coordinator his big feet. In saying that though, the cottage is excellent and in a really nice place.

    Reviewed by AnitaSep 2019

  • "The cottage was lovely had everything and more than you needed."

    Very clean and modern yet still retaining some traditional features. Extreme care is needed accessing the patio especially for excited dogs it can be very slippy - we opted to walk the dogs outside first thing in the morning and last thing at night . There are some lovely walks around the area - perfect base to explore Wales.

    Reviewed by JaneAug 2019

  • "Cottage was lovely, everything was provided that I could possibly need."

    Great location, perfect short break away. Lovely wooded short circular route for a quick walk with dog first thing in the morning. Maps and handy tips were greatly appreciated. I was so comfortable there I didn’t want to leave.

    Reviewed by SusanJul 2019

  • "The cottage was amazing."

    It contained everything you could want in a holiday home. From a beautiful interior that was finished very tastefully, to all the thoughtful things left in the house e.g. tea, milk, a cake and useful things like first aid equipment and washing tablets for the machine. They have thought of everything. My only fault is not of the cottage but the website advert. When you say dogs are welcome - make it extremely clear that they are welcome but not to be left in the house on their own. We didn’t see this until after booking. Perhaps have some local dog sitters numbers available to combat this issue. We have too elderly dogs who really like to sleep a lot and can’t cope being out all day being active.

    Reviewed by SarahJul 2019

  • "We recently enjoyed a 5 night stay at Gwynle, which is situated in a nice village with a great restaurant in the village square."

    The accommodation was spotless - everything was brand new and looked untouched. The decor is modern but in keeping with the properties character. The kitchen was very well equipped and included quality appliances. The bedrooms were comfortable with some nice original features. I was initially unsure about the location as I thought parking might be an issue for our 2 big cars but we never failed to get parked close to the property. I would typically stay in more isolated cottages but I'd definitely like to return here - in fact I looked to stay again next week but it's booked up. The owner, Fiona, was fantastic!

    Reviewed by SimonJun 2019

  • "This is a real gem: A characterful terraced cottage in a location which is ideal for touring North West Wales (and practicing speaking Welsh)."

    The house is recently and very tastefully refurbished with tiled flooring downstairs a nice slate work surface in the kitchen. There is a bath (we preferred) as well as a shower and a wood burner, which is easy to use and even had firelighters and kindling provided (a very thoughtful touch). The village has two pubs, a highly regarded restaurant (Y Sgwar) and a shop. The garden is really just a small terrace which is fine for enjoying a glass of wine but there is a very accessible community woodland only a hundred yards down the road, which is perfect for exercising dogs. We would definitely recommend this cottage. PS: and thank you for the complimentary bara brith (fruit cake). Diolch yn fawr.

    Reviewed by NicholasJun 2019

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  • Over two floors
  • Two bedrooms; 1 x king-size double and 1 x twin room
  • Bathroom with a freestanding bath, heated towel rail, basin and WC
  • Ground floor shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC
  • Sitting/dining room with woodburning stove
  • Kitchen/dining
  • Utility with washer/dryer.
  • Gas central heating with woodburning stove
  • Fridge with an ice-box, electric oven, gas hob, dishwasher, washer/dryer, TV, Bluetooth speaker and WiFi
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Fuel, power and starter pack for stove inc. in rent
  • Road-side parking
  • Enclosed patio area with table and chairs
  • Two well behaved pets welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking allowed
  • Pub and shop are within a 1-minute walk
  • Please note: Steps lead up to an elevated patio, which nestles at the foot of the cliff face that frames the village.There is a small steep garden area beyond the patio that is not secure for dogs.

The property

This Grade II listed cottage, can be found resting within the charming village of Tremadog.

Your loved ones will be delighted with this wonderful, elevated property with superb overlooking views of the village.

After a busy day exploring the breath-taking Snowdonia National Park, be welcomed into a well-presented property, oozing character.

Satisfying your culinary needs is a well-appointed kitchen, offering a delightful space to rustle up an evening meal.

Opposite here is a welcoming sitting room, where during a cold winter’s evening you can snuggle up with your loved ones in front of a feature inglenook fireplace, complete with a warming woodburning fire.

After a long walk you will be delighted with the freestanding bath that awaits you on the first floor, where you can enjoy a warming soak with a well-deserved glass of wine.

Retire of an evening within one of the two well-presented bedrooms, comprising of a king-size double with a charming feature fireplace and a twin bedroom, ideal for younger guests.

Step outside and follow the stone steps up to the garden area, which is the perfect spot for enjoying your morning coffee whilst taking in the charming village views.

If you fancy an evening out, you will find a couple of local pubs and the number one restaurant (Y Sgwar) within a mere stone’s throw away from the cottage, as well as chip shop and a convenient shop, perfect for picking up any holiday essentials.

For walking lovers, the cottage rests on the edge of National Park, where you can explore the tallest mountain in Wales, breath-taking coastlines and areas stepped the history to explore.

For a great day out take a visit to Black Rock Sands which is only 3.5 miles away.

It has a massive sandy beach that is dog friendly all year round and you can park on the beach.

Alternatively, head into the larger coastal town of Porthmadog, where you will find a good selection of restaurants, pubs and shops to suit all ages and tastes.

During the warmer months, head to Harlech beach, where you can soak up the sun, walk the dog or take a dip into the sea.

Gwynle is an ideal base for couples with dogs or a family looking to explore the wonders of North Wales.

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About the location


Porthmadog 1 mile; Harlech 10 miles.

Situated on the outskirts of Porthmadog, is the small village of Tremadog. Within this village, you will find a selection of pubs, a restaurant, a fish and chip shop, a SPAR and a wealth of local business. Within one mile, you will find the larger, coastal town of Porthmadog which plays host to a larger selection of amenities to suit all. Moreover, as the village rests on the edge of the wonderful Snowdonia National Park, visitors can use Tremadog as a base to explore miles of countryside, complete with Wales’ tallest mountain, woodlands, beaches and areas steeped with charming history. Further afield, is the seaside resort of Harlech, where you can walk along the beach, explore the imposing medieval castle or settle within a café and gaze out across the sea. Nearby villages include the Italian-style village of Portmeirion and the town of Criccieth, each well worth a visit. Tremadog is a quaint village, ideal for exploring North Wales.

Region Information

Note: Steep stone steps with handrail leading to the garden.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
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Owners may request any evidence that they reasonably require before making a refund. Sykes Holiday Cottages is not agreeing to pay or guarantee any refund from the Owner to you under this Book with confidence.
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