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Llwyn y Brig Isaf

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Trefor, near Caernarfon, Gwynedd
Grade 4 Star rating
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Sleeps6
Bedrooms3
Bathrooms1
Pets0

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Description

Lovingly restored holiday home with wood burning stove and fantastic views over Caenarfon Bay. Close to beaches along the coast and the mountains of Snowdonia.

In an elevated position, 400ft above sea level, this 400-year-old detached cottage enjoys a dramatic backdrop of mountains and spectacular views over Caernarfon Bay. Lovingly restored and gently modernised, it offers not only peace and seclusion, but is also close to the rugged splendour of the Snowdonia National Park, fine sandy beaches, stunning mountain walks and the charming village of Trefor. There are two excellent beaches near the cottage. One is a gently sloping sandy harbour about 10 minutes’ walk through the village from the village shop, which is used by local fishermen to launch their boats. The other one is reached by walking towards the quarry past the local village pub and post office. It is a pebble beach which will stretch the most challenging beachcomber. In addition, the cottage is a short walk from one of the most famous Iron Age hill forts in Wales - Tre Ceiri, The Town of Giants, at the back of the cottage. The foundations and walls of the Iron Age huts are still remaining and the gold torques excavated from the ruins are on display at the National Museum of Wales. All in all, an ideal holiday retreat for families and weekend escapes throughout the year. Shop 2 miles.

Beamed living room with multi-fuel stove and exposed stonework. Fitted kitchen/dining room. Step up to double bedroom. Bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet. Open-tread stairs to first floor: Two ‘crog loft’ bedrooms with sloping ceilings and Velux windows; one single with additional pull-out single bed (for +1), leading to twin.

  • Multi-fuel stove – fuel available locally
  • Electricity, full NSH and bedding sheets included
  • Digital TV
  • TV/DVD (portable)
  • DVD
  • Stereo/CD
  • Microwave
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge/freezer
  • Enclosed garden with terrace and furniture
  • Parking
  • No smoking
  • NB: Slope in garden

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Features

  • Dishwasher
    Dishwasher
  • Enclosed Garden / Patio
    Enclosed Garden / Patio
  • Garden / Patio
    Garden / Patio
  • Woodburning Stove
    Woodburning Stove
  • Washing Machine
    Washing Machine
  • Pets – not allowed
    Pets – not allowed
  • Heritage Collection
    Heritage Collection
  • Coastal within 5 miles
    Coastal within 5 miles
  • Parking - On Site
    Parking - On Site

Customer Comments

  • 3

    29/09/2017
    Confirmed guest, 24/09/2017
    Terrible access to property, car wouldn't fit through gates to park, and not very clean cobwebs everywhere


  • 7

    17/09/2017
    Confirmed guest, 09/09/2017
    Lovely views but a long way to restaurants. It was difficult to cook in the kitchen because the lighting was very poor, but apart from that the cottage was very comfortable.


  • 2

    28/09/2017
    Confirmed guest, 02/09/2017
    Don't be fooled by the 4* rating and the lovely photos, this cottage is in desperate need of some TLC. The location and views are stunning; the cottage is damp, mouldy and dirty. The beds in the loft are not full size singles so are only really suitable for younger children and the mattresses badly need replacing (two of them didn't even fit the bed frames!) Mildew everywhere, and the kitchen cupboards are so mouldy that I could not bring myself to store anything in them. On a positive note, the bedding was fresh and clean when we arrived, but you could feel the damp seeping in after a couple of days. We left after 4 days, fed up with the damp and mould,which was a shame because we love Snowdonia.


  • 5

    10/05/2017
    Confirmed guest, 29/04/2017
    We've stayed here for about 6 times; so we're used to the idiosyncrasies; e.g. lack of thorough cleanliness and the 2 tiny bedrooms. We go, singularly, because of the spectacular location. Only 2 negative points to make for this week: - 1) No toilet paper on arrival - after a 3.5 hour journey! 2) The wood burner fire had not been cleaned of the ashes. We did leave it clean on departure. An upcoming major issue for this property is the gradual degrading of vehicle access through the gate. Both of our cars 'grounded' particularly on exiting the gate. (Both cars are ordinary 4 door saloons). We will need some confirmation that the vehicle access has been restored before we consider booking for any future visits.


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