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Y Gweithdy

Sleeps 2
1 dog
1 bedroom
1 bathroom

Just 200 yards from Barmouth’s beach, this quirky property is a great base from which to explore coastal resorts, castles and mountains.. Ground Floor:

2 steps to entrance.

Lower Ground Floor:

Utility room: With washing machine.

Steep stairs to...

Ground Floor:

Open plan living space: With tiled floor.

Living area: With 28" Freeview TV.

Dining area.

Kitchen area: With electric oven, gas hob, microwave and fridge.

Bedroom: With double bed.

Shower room: With shower cubicle, toilet and heated towel rail.. Underfloor central heating, gas, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. . Roof terrace with sitting-out area. Parking permit for 1 car included (£50 security deposit required, £30 refunded after holiday); additional public car park at cost. No smoking. . This quirky, semi-detached property is situated right in the heart of the seaside town of Barmouth, on the shores of the Cardigan Bay coast. There is a lovely open plan living area with a separate bedroom and shower room, whilst a staircase leads up to a roof terrace, great for relaxing on with a glass of wine. You can stroll along the sandy beach or wander along to one of the many cafés and pubs in town. Take a walk or a bike over the famous Barmouth Bridge and explore the Mawddach Trail, a level route which follows the trackbed of the old railway line to Dolgellau. From Barmouth, you can also hop on board a train on the Cambrian Coast line between Machynlleth and Pwllheli for one of the most spectacular coastal railway journeys in the UK, or catch a ferry over the mouth of the river and take a trip on a little steam train on the Fairbourne Railway.

To the north, the sandy beaches stretch for miles, and at Harlech you will find the mighty castle built by Edward I (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) brooding over the little town. A little further on at Blaenau Ffestiniog, you can experience Europe’s largest zip wire zone as you fly over an old slate quarry at Zip World Titan, or try a spot of underground trampolining in a slate cavern at Bounce Below – great fun! The mountains of the Snowdonia National Park are just waiting to be explored, and you can be in the hills within a few minutes. Take time out to visit some of the local towns and villages too. Dolgellau with its range of individual shops, Penmaenpool and its delightful toll bridge, Llwyngwril with an annual yarnbombing festival, and Tywyn, home to the famous Talyllyn Railway. Beach 200 yards. Shop, pub and restaurant 100 yards.

There are 2 steps to the entrance. Steep stairs to the lower level.

Parking permit for 1 car. (£50 per visit. £30 will be returned after stay); additional public car park at cost.

1 dog allowed, no cats or other animals accepted.


Walk-In Shower
Pub / Restaurant Nearby
Washing Machine
Train Station Nearby


“Had the most amazing honeymoon in this cottage. Superbly situated as neither of us drives and this cottage is located very close to Barmouth train station so really easy to get to from Birmingham and associated routes and made going on day trips really easy and accessible too as there is plenty to see from the Cambrian Coast train route. We had some lovely days out in Tywyn, Portmeirion and Porthmadog all really easy to travel to. The cottage is wonderfully situated in Barmouth too with views of the beach from the terrace seating area making an idyllic lunch and dinner setting. We walked out to the beach almost every night to savour the gorgeous sunset views over the sea. It is also situated close to the harbour with lots of cafe and restaurant choices with views of the famous bridge. The cottage was incredibly clean with everything you would need for your stay and although we don't have a dog ourselves it was lovely to see that it was dog friendly. Overall we had a wonderful time and can't wait to stay again.”
— Charlotte, 13 June 2022
“It was everything you needed in the cottage which was lovely ,clean comfortable and everything on your doorstep ,we would definitely go back again it was perfect ,”
— Christine, 8 June 2022
“Very clean, comfortable and well located property. Great outside space, highly recommend.”
— Anne, 22 May 2022
“Initial problems with lack of communication with owner; but this did not detract from our stay”
— Cynthia, 15 May 2022
“Beautiful place, quirky cottage, lovely and quiet but close to all amenities, loved our stay, will be back again ”
— Rebekah, 27 April 2022
“A lovely warm cottage and near the beautiful beach and Cambrian line.”
— Barbara, 3 April 2022
“Absolutely love this little cottage, it was so cosy And so close to everything. We loved the little veranda especially as we had amazing weather and sat up there for breakfast and to watch the sunset would definitely recommend it ”
— Teresa, 30 March 2022
“We had an amazing weekend in Barmouth! The holiday home was perfect for what we wanted, not far from the sea front, view of the beach from the balcony and a good hub to go off and explore. Delyth provided everything we needed and the pack of Welsh cakes and bottle of wine was a lovely touch. Will definitely be back!”
— Adam, 9 March 2022
“Had a really great weekend in this little cottage 25 Feb to 28. Took our dog monty with us who is 15yrs old. What a really fantastic time we had in Barmouth. Lovely weather aswell. Absolutely loved the cottage. What a delightful place it is. Had everything we needed. Very clean, loved the wine and cake that was left for us. We didn't want to leave at the end of our stay. Will certainly love to go back one day soon.”
— Anthony, 6 March 2022
“Stayed for 4 nights in February 2022. Cottage is lovely, very well equipped, amazing shower. Perfect location, shops, pubs & restaurants on the doorstep. Short walk to beach. Would definitely stay again.”
— Helen, 16 February 2022
“Lovely cosy cottage. Excellent location.”
— Maria, 6 February 2022
“We had a lovely weekend. Cottage was in a great location. Cosy, warm and comfortable. Perhaps some tumbler glasses (for gin and tonic), also a few more plates and bowls oh and a tea towel. Otherwise fab ”
— Edwin, 5 January 2022
“Ideal location for walking and local eateries etc”
— Vince, 31 October 2021
“Wow! Absolutely amazing little cottage! We really didnt think the photographs do the place justice! Delyth was an absolute pleasure to deal with and the welsh cakes and bottle of wine on arrival were outstanding....upon further inspection, there was also milk ready in the fridge for us, so incredibly well prepared.The cottage was immaculately clean and the facilities were amazing, the underfloor heating kept us all very cosy, our canine companion also loved it. The balcony at the top has a limited view of the beach, but we managed to watch some amazing sunsets from there.Well equipped (although could do with a bigger frying pan:)), perfectly located with beach, shops, harbour, pubs, cafes and restaurants all within five mins walk. It is also well located for some wonderful walks in the local area, there is also an outstanding view of the mountain Cadair Idris if you take a walk out on the beach (which is HUUUUUUGE!).We will be back, such an amazing week away :) Thank You!”
— Tom, 23 October 2021


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