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Bryn Odol - The East Wing

Bryn Odol, Tudweiliog, Gwynedd
Grade 3 Star rating

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23/05/2019
Sleeps 5
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Pets 0
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Description

Imposing, family house with open fire, cliff walks and horse riding close by, Porth Ysgaden and Porth Colmon nearby.

Ground floor: Living room. Dining room/kitchen. Separate toilet. First floor: 2 double bedrooms, one (6ft) with en-suite bathroom with bath, bidet and toilet, one (5ft) with additional single, en-suite shower room and en-suite toilet.

Open fire in living room included. NSH, electricity and bed linen included. Two cots. High chair. DVD. Electric cooker. Microwave. Shared washing machine. Dishwasher. Garden and furniture. Parking. No smoking.

Ideal touring base

Set on a working farm are these individual holiday properties, each with its own character. Situated on the tip of the Lleyn Peninsula which is host to many sandy beaches at Tywyn and Penelec and coves such as Whistling sands, or step back in time and visit the sleepy village of Aberdaron where time seems to stand still. The properties are in an ideal position to explore the area which has many attractions, including Carreg Coetan Arthur, Bronze Age remains at the summit of Carn Fadryn and the historically important ports of Porth Ysgaden and Porth Colmon at Llangwnnadl, and Porth Gwylan, which is managed by the National Trust. Nearby there is golf, cliff walking and horse riding. Criccieth Castle, featuring superb views over Tremadog Bay and Pwllheli are within an easy drive, also close by is the Lleyn Heritage Coast and Snowdonia Mountain Range. Shop and pub 1 mile.Set on a working farm are these three individual holiday properties, each with its own character. Situated on the tip of the Lleyn Peninsula which is host to many sandy beaches at Tywyn and Penelec and coves such as Whistling sands, or step back in time and visit the sleepy village of Aberdaron where time seems to stand still. The properties are in an ideal position to explore the area which has many attractions, including Carreg Coetan Arthur, Bronze Age remains at the summit of Carn Fadryn and the historically important ports of Porth Ysgaden and Porth Colmon at Llangwnnadl, and Porth Gwylan, which is managed by the National Trust. Nearby there is golf, cliff walking and horse riding. Criccieth Castle, featuring superb views over Tremadog Bay and Pwllheli are within an easy drive, also close by is the Lleyn Heritage Coast and Snowdonia Mountain Range. Shop and pub 1 mile.

Show amenities 

Features

  • Dishwasher
    Dishwasher
  • Garden / Patio
    Garden / Patio
  • Highchair
    Highchair
  • Pub within 1 mile
    Pub within 1 mile
  • Open Fire
    Open Fire
  • Horse Riding Nearby
    Horse Riding Nearby
  • Rural Location
    Rural Location
  • Cot Available
    Cot Available
  • Washing Machine
    Washing Machine
  • Working Farm
    Working Farm
  • Pets – not allowed
    Pets – not allowed
  • Coastal within 3 miles
    Coastal within 3 miles
  • Coastal within 5 miles
    Coastal within 5 miles
  • All En-suite
    All En-suite
  • Parking - On Site
    Parking - On Site
  • Shower Cubicle
    Shower Cubicle


Customer Comments

  • 10

    13/06/2019
    Confirmed guest, 08/06/2019
    For myself and a friend it was perfect. A booklet/folder of local interests would have been beneficial, together with details of larger shopping areas


  • 10

    03/06/2019
    Confirmed guest, 01/06/2019
    Delightful - quiet - clean - beautiful location - good value - will return.


  • 7

    11/09/2018
    Confirmed guest, 08/09/2018
    Comfort and Equipment: Should be different ratings. Comfort: Excellent 9 Equipment: Poor 4 Host: Superb Not a cottage, but a wing of a large very old mansion on beautiful grounds. Parking: Spacious. Situated away from the large villages, up a narrow winding road and through a connected working farm. 1 mile? Rooms extremely large with very high ceilings. Like a "period drama" No washing machine in East Wing. Only bare essentials in the kitchen. Wash basin in the main bathroom/on-suite does not hold water. Hot water takes a long time to reach the taps, but nicely very hot. King size bed in the main room is very comfortable. Double bed in the second room comfortable. Shower in the second room is best ever. Superb cleanliness.


  • 6

    03/09/2018
    Confirmed guest, 01/09/2018
    Good points: beautiful area, approx 2 miles from the nearest beach. Bad points: The accommodation was very tired. Whilst generally clean, there were cobwebs, flaking paint etc. at the edges. Large reception room and large bedroom including the bed and curtains smelt of damp. Wardrobes were musty. Curtains and bed linen faded and the beds were ancient. Barely any information on the accommodation or the local area. A generic box of tourist attraction leaflets (3 years out of date) was all the information provided. Little demonstration that the owners remotely cared about us having a good stay/holiday. No soap/tea/coffee/salt/matches for the fire provided. Wooden kitchen worktops had flaking varnish, large burn mark and gaps. Farm workers zoomed around on quad-bikes swearing profusely with no thought of our children close by. This accommodation is on the cheaper side for good reason.


  • 9

    26/08/2018
    Confirmed guest, 25/08/2018
    Great place to stay. The East Wing is the left hand side of the house as viewed on the main image (two windows wide at the front and then extending further back), and the house itself dates back to the 1600s and is a grade II listed building. This makes for a fascinating place to stay and we found it great fun later looking at old plans of the house (you can find them online) and working out which bits were 'modern' (1760s) and which were older. The rooms are massive and well-kept, and there are several wonky floors/ceilings which are fun. In the master bedroom the bed does slope down to the middle of the room so I found I had to put blankets under the end of the mattress to prevent myself from sliding down the bed; however there were plenty of blankets in easy reach so this was not a problem. There is plenty of storage, and a good supply of most things – teaspoons were strangely in short supply, and no slotted spoon, plus it always bugs me when there's no hand soap to use on arrival as the first thing everyone wants to do before unpacking is go to the loo! But this isn't hugely unusual for holiday cottages so can't complain too much. We felt that there could have been a little more information to hand on our arrival (we only found the visitors book on day 3 (confusingly there is another folder with almost nothing in it that appears to be a visitor info pack, but isn't) and the washing machines on day 7!) as the owner was not hugely forthcoming on our arrival; she just gave us the key and pointed out where to put the car and to make sure not to lock ourselves in with the yale lock. I suppose we could have gone round a few times and asked all these things, but we don't like to bother the owners too much and prefer to keep to ourselves mostly, so didn't. The dog, Judy, on the other hand, came to welcome us home every day and was very friendly indeed! It was lovely to see that while the house was very comfortable, it had not been 'unnecessarily modernised', i.e. all the features were sympathetic to the age of the house, which suited us perfectly and made us feel right at home. (We are not fans of all this modern glass and steel stuff.) It kept warm with no heaters on despite being very well-ventilated/single glazed and a bit of colder weather. The area itself is lovely; a view of the sea from the front windows and only 5 minutes to the nearest beach, which is small and fairly secluded so not too busy even when the nearby campsite residents are there. Other beaches to recommend include Morfa Nefyn which is lovely and has walks nearby too. There's a local post office which sells a few bits and pieces, or it's a 20-30 min drive to supermarkets. A peaceful and beautiful area and we look forward to visiting again!


  • 9

    07/07/2018
    Confirmed guest, 30/06/2018
    Fantastic location for beaches and hill forts walks. The owner lives in the main part of the house and is lovely and really welcoming. Huge rooms, very spacious. Love this place. Must mention judy the dog. Xx


  • 8

    25/06/2018
    Confirmed guest, 23/06/2018
    Excellent holiday home, really lovely farmhouse. Comfortable spaces to relax in and a beautiful open fire. Lacked a little in basic items like hand soap, spare toilet roll, salt and pepper etc. A little more care taken about welcoming amenities would have added something to the place - little things like a small bottle of milk, sugar, some teabags and a loaf of bread don’t cost a lot to provide but make the start of a stay a bit more special. Overall really enjoyed the stay, lovely location.


  • 10

    13/06/2019
    Confirmed guest, 08/06/2019
    For myself and a friend it was perfect. A booklet/folder of local interests would have been beneficial, together with details of larger shopping areas


  • 10

    03/06/2019
    Confirmed guest, 01/06/2019
    Delightful - quiet - clean - beautiful location - good value - will return.


  • 7

    11/09/2018
    Confirmed guest, 08/09/2018
    Comfort and Equipment: Should be different ratings. Comfort: Excellent 9 Equipment: Poor 4 Host: Superb Not a cottage, but a wing of a large very old mansion on beautiful grounds. Parking: Spacious. Situated away from the large villages, up a narrow winding road and through a connected working farm. 1 mile? Rooms extremely large with very high ceilings. Like a "period drama" No washing machine in East Wing. Only bare essentials in the kitchen. Wash basin in the main bathroom/on-suite does not hold water. Hot water takes a long time to reach the taps, but nicely very hot. King size bed in the main room is very comfortable. Double bed in the second room comfortable. Shower in the second room is best ever. Superb cleanliness.


  • 6

    03/09/2018
    Confirmed guest, 01/09/2018
    Good points: beautiful area, approx 2 miles from the nearest beach. Bad points: The accommodation was very tired. Whilst generally clean, there were cobwebs, flaking paint etc. at the edges. Large reception room and large bedroom including the bed and curtains smelt of damp. Wardrobes were musty. Curtains and bed linen faded and the beds were ancient. Barely any information on the accommodation or the local area. A generic box of tourist attraction leaflets (3 years out of date) was all the information provided. Little demonstration that the owners remotely cared about us having a good stay/holiday. No soap/tea/coffee/salt/matches for the fire provided. Wooden kitchen worktops had flaking varnish, large burn mark and gaps. Farm workers zoomed around on quad-bikes swearing profusely with no thought of our children close by. This accommodation is on the cheaper side for good reason.


  • 9

    26/08/2018
    Confirmed guest, 25/08/2018
    Great place to stay. The East Wing is the left hand side of the house as viewed on the main image (two windows wide at the front and then extending further back), and the house itself dates back to the 1600s and is a grade II listed building. This makes for a fascinating place to stay and we found it great fun later looking at old plans of the house (you can find them online) and working out which bits were 'modern' (1760s) and which were older. The rooms are massive and well-kept, and there are several wonky floors/ceilings which are fun. In the master bedroom the bed does slope down to the middle of the room so I found I had to put blankets under the end of the mattress to prevent myself from sliding down the bed; however there were plenty of blankets in easy reach so this was not a problem. There is plenty of storage, and a good supply of most things – teaspoons were strangely in short supply, and no slotted spoon, plus it always bugs me when there's no hand soap to use on arrival as the first thing everyone wants to do before unpacking is go to the loo! But this isn't hugely unusual for holiday cottages so can't complain too much. We felt that there could have been a little more information to hand on our arrival (we only found the visitors book on day 3 (confusingly there is another folder with almost nothing in it that appears to be a visitor info pack, but isn't) and the washing machines on day 7!) as the owner was not hugely forthcoming on our arrival; she just gave us the key and pointed out where to put the car and to make sure not to lock ourselves in with the yale lock. I suppose we could have gone round a few times and asked all these things, but we don't like to bother the owners too much and prefer to keep to ourselves mostly, so didn't. The dog, Judy, on the other hand, came to welcome us home every day and was very friendly indeed! It was lovely to see that while the house was very comfortable, it had not been 'unnecessarily modernised', i.e. all the features were sympathetic to the age of the house, which suited us perfectly and made us feel right at home. (We are not fans of all this modern glass and steel stuff.) It kept warm with no heaters on despite being very well-ventilated/single glazed and a bit of colder weather. The area itself is lovely; a view of the sea from the front windows and only 5 minutes to the nearest beach, which is small and fairly secluded so not too busy even when the nearby campsite residents are there. Other beaches to recommend include Morfa Nefyn which is lovely and has walks nearby too. There's a local post office which sells a few bits and pieces, or it's a 20-30 min drive to supermarkets. A peaceful and beautiful area and we look forward to visiting again!


  • 9

    07/07/2018
    Confirmed guest, 30/06/2018
    Fantastic location for beaches and hill forts walks. The owner lives in the main part of the house and is lovely and really welcoming. Huge rooms, very spacious. Love this place. Must mention judy the dog. Xx


  • 8

    25/06/2018
    Confirmed guest, 23/06/2018
    Excellent holiday home, really lovely farmhouse. Comfortable spaces to relax in and a beautiful open fire. Lacked a little in basic items like hand soap, spare toilet roll, salt and pepper etc. A little more care taken about welcoming amenities would have added something to the place - little things like a small bottle of milk, sugar, some teabags and a loaf of bread don’t cost a lot to provide but make the start of a stay a bit more special. Overall really enjoyed the stay, lovely location.


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