Traditional Welsh stone Cottage

Traditional Welsh stone Cottage

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Formally the home of a sea captain dating back to 1740. This recently renovated 3 bedroom stone cottage commands truly spectacular views over the Mawddach estuary & Cader Idris beyond. The cottage itself is a traditional build of stone walls under a Welsh slate roof. It is situated approximately 2 miles from the quaint seaside town of Barmouth. As you step in, a lovely log burner has been placed in the large original inglenook fireplace to the left. This, combined with some comfortable seating and rustic oak beams creates a lovely cosy sitting area. A modern fitted kitchen with granite worktop, complete with dishwasher, microwave, fridge, & electric oven & hob. The cottage comfortably sleeps 6. Comprising of 2 double bedrooms 1 with en suite & a twin bedroom ideal for children. There is also a separate bathroom. Part of the house there is a useful utility room with washer/ dryer & BBQ & log store. The cottage is situated on Farm land but in a secluded and peaceful area & surrounded by natural beauty.


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More about us

  1. We are a married couple living on a farm in beautiful Wales

  2. Rob works on his own cattle & sheep farm & Laverne helps with the day to day running of the business

  3. We love travelling & spending time with our close family & friends.

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Where is it?


Barmouth is a beautiful coastal town it lies on the Estuary on the river Mawwdach and Cardigan Bay. It's has some of the best Blue Flag beaches in Wales & is a very popular seaside resort. Barmouth has stunning backdrop of mountains one of which is Cadir Idris. It has many tourist places to visit & its location is simply unique. It is a fabulous place for families with miles of safe sandy beaches, walks, cycle routes, National Trust sites to visit. It is host to many special events throughout the year Walking festival, paddle sports festival, The Three peaks Yacht Race, and many more. It has a certificate of Excellence 2017.

Buzzy restaurants
Seafront Norbar, The Bank,Last Inn, The Bistro, Coes Faen
Cool bars
Tillman, The Last Inn, The Royal, The Tal y Don, Min y Mor,
Cozy cafés
Murray's, The Davy Jones Locker, Belle Vue, Isis Pizzeria, Goodies coffee shop.
Retail therapy
Pieces for places, Pyramid, Summer Strawberries, Luvit,Regatta Great outdoors,
Bit of culture
One of the oldest wooden Railway bridge's in the U.K which is 150 yrs old, you can walk or cycle the path across the estuary which is stunning, The Maritime Museum, The Welsh slate Valley Bro Corris. King Arthur's Labyrinth, The Heritage Trail Barmouth, Local Art Galleries. , Harlech Castle, Caernarfon Castle, Talyllyn Railway, National Slate Museum, Trefriw Woolen Mill & lots more
Walks in the park
Mawddach Estuary Walk, Snowdonia national park walks, Coed y Brenin,
Spot of exercise
Great walks, Cycle Trails, paddle sports, pony trekking, & many more great outdoor activities to do.
Day tripping
Visit the summit of Snowdon, The zip wire in Blaenau Ffestiniog, Ride on the Cambrian. Train along the stunning coastline, visit the beautiful Italian Portmerion Village ,with lots more of stunning location to visit on a trip to this part of Wales.

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