(near Criccieth) - A wonderful barn conversion with spectacular views over Moel Hebog and Cwm Pennant
Beudy Ymlwch is a tasteful conversion with some nice modern features like under floor heating and a contemporary fitted kitchen. Two bedrooms in total, all on the ground floor. One double room and one family room with a double and a single bed. The double room boasts an en-suite wet-room and French windows leading out onto the patio. Very cosmopolitan for North Wales don’t you think? At this point you need to picture yourself stepping out onto the patio in your PJ’s with a mug of coffee freshly made by your partner. The morning sun warming your face as you look out onto the mountains of Snowdonia. Have I sold it to you yet?
Anyway, there’s also a large bathroom with bath and shower over, sink, wc etc. The nicest space in the cottage however, apart from outside maybe, is the living area. The lounge, kitchen and dinning have been combined into a large open plan room. Discerning furniture combined with the slate floors, log burner and lofted ceilings give this space a wonderful feel.
The first thing that everybody writes in the guest book is ‘Fantastic Views!’. And they’re right of course. Beudy-Ymlwch together with Stabal-Ymlwch next door looks out onto some of the most beautiful mountain scenery you could ever wish for. It’s sure to inspire even the most ardent couch potato.
As well as the mountains of Snowdonia the cottage is also ideally suited to explore the seaside villages of the Llyn Peninsula. Criccieth, 3 miles away, is one of those hidden gems of the North Wales coastline. It has, of course, its world famous ‘Cadwaledrs’ ice cream and the usual cafés and fish and chip shops but, for a small village, it boast’s some really quite nice restaurants. The ever popular market town of Pwllheli and fashionable Abersoch are a little further along the coast. The nearest town with supermarket etc is Porthmadog, some 5 miles away.
Bedrooms: One double room with en-suite wetroom, one family room with double bed and single bed.
Bathrooms: One ensuite wetroom with shower, one bathroom with shower over bath
Facilities: Underfloor Heating, Log burner, Sky TV, Dishwasher, Shared Washing Machine
Sleeps: 5 + cot
Bed Linen: Provided
Cot and High Chair: Provided
Location: Half of a two cottage barn conversion on a working welsh hill farm
"Had great holiday with our two little boys (Andrew 3, Michael 1). Beautiful barn conversion. Great base for a family holiday in North Wales, lots to do. Fabulous views and scenery in all weather. Beaches great, we were all in swimming! House safe and spacious for kids, they loved it! House next door great too would consider returning with friends/grandparents for joint holiday using both houses. Thank you"
The Masseys, Fife
"We loved the barn and didn’t want to leave!! We had very mixed weather – hot enough to swim in the sea at Harlech! We got sunburned hiking up Yr Eifl, and then had torrential rain in the evenings which didn’t spoil the amazing views from the barn – it was so cosy looking out of the patio doors accrdss to the mountains in sun or rain!
We will certainly be back!"
Bethan and Andy, Manchester
"This self catered accommodation was really nice, warm and cosy! The surrounding view is beautiful. At a very affordable price- we had a lovely time and would definietly recommend it to you all!"
Akif and friends, London
"This was a lovely property, clean and warm, we particularly liked the wood burner. Although the weather was not great we still enjoyed our stay. We will definately be back and will be recommending this cottage to friends and family. We managaed to get tickets on the last train for 2010 up Snowdon Mountain, what a fantastic trip. We rarely eat out so we always look for a well equipped kitchen and this property had it all, very good cooker and dishwasher, together with numerous crockery and cutlery. We also loved the wet room and underfloor heating. Fantastic views, we had a lovely holiday."
PATRICIA & DAVID, SOUTHAMPTON