(Beddgelert) Brackenbury is Grade 2 listed cottage overlooking Beddgelert village green and the adjacent River Glaslyn
BEDDGELERT is a very picturesque village set in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park surrounded by breathtaking mountain scenery largely owned by the National Trust. The village shop is comprehensively stocked and is within easy walking distance of the cottage, as is the Post Office, Church, various pubs, hotels, restaurants and gift shops.
Our cottage, 'BRACKENBURY' is Grade 2 listed set in the prime village location overlooking the village green (which has no vehicular access) and the adjacent River Glaslyn. The cottage has been in the family for over 50 years and was completely renovated, extended and modernised 18 years ago as a family home, sleeping 4 in comfort and 6 at a pinch. Constant maintenance and redecoration is carried out annually. Access is from the rear, where there is outside parking for two cars, through a sheltered back garden.
Conservatory (ideal for sunny summer breakfasts) and patio.
A new fitted dining kitchen was installed in April 2012, and comprises a new larder fridge and separate freezer beneath a new central breakfast bar; new 2 oven cooker (lower fan oven, upper conventional oven/grill) with halogen hobs; new dishwasher to join existing Bendix washing machine and the usual storage / larder cupboards.
Lobby with central heating boiler and overhead drying rack.
Shower room with washbasin and downstairs w.c.
Spacious living room with open fire, dining recess and plenty of storage space.
Varied library and a selection of video's, DVD's, CD's, records and tapes.
Small front patio in full sun for afternoon tea.
Front double bedroom with ensuite bathroom.
Rear twin-bedded room with wash basin and shaver point.
Electric blankets on all upstairs beds.
Central heating by oil-fired boiler which also heats the water, with back-up electric immersion heater. Cooking by electricity. Microwave, slow cooker, toasters, Bendix automatic washing machine, kettles (upstairs and downstairs), iron and ironing board are all provided.
Crockery, cutlery, etc. for six people. There is a digital colour TV, DVD and video players and a hi-fi radio/record/cassette.CDplayer in the living room, plus a portable CD player. Telephones are provided in the living room, conservatory and front bedroom. They operate on an 'Honesty Box' principle.
CHILDREN. No children under 7 please. PETS are welcome, downstairs only - gate across stairs. Fitted dog bed in the kitchen.
SMOKING. NO SMOKING IN THE COTTAGE, PLEASE. Use the conservatory only or - preferably - go outside if you must smoke.
Breakages. All breakages must be paid for and reported (if not replaceable).Extra sleeping arrangements. Spare folding bed and inflatable mattress may be used upstairs or downstairs - advisable for short stays only.
Bring own sheets, pillow cases, tea towels, bath and hand towels.
There are NO duvets - pillows, blankets, eiderdowns and bedcovers are provided for the beds. Pillows only for the folding and inflatable beds - bring own sleeping bags. Coal and wood for the open fire are NOT INCLUDED in the basic charge, but can be obtained from the village shop.
During the winter a fire will be laid for your arrival.
£315 - £515pw
£46 - £75 per day
FRIDAY to FRIDAY unless otherwise stated. Minimum length of stay : two nights Bronze / Silver; Gold / Platinum only if available and by negotiation.
Prices include all electricity and central heating costs. DEPOSIT..25% on
booking (non-returnable) when a more detailed fact sheet will be sent.
LATE BOOKINGS - less than a week before arrival - wil incur a £5 surcharge to cover Special Delivery postage of essential administrative details.
Holiday cancellation insurance is strongly advised, available through most travel agents or any insurance broker. There will be no refunds due to cancellations after 40 days from the start of your holiday.
Bob and Liz Scott. Salisbury, Wilts.
"...it was really super - comfortable, warm and extremely well found. We didn't need anything, even for cooking our Christmas dinner...and a real bonus having the boiler room to dry everything after getting soaked everyday. Even the dogs appreciated the warmth and radiator above their bed!”
Peter Coleman. Chiddingfold, Surrey.
"Just a line to let you know how much we enjoyed our stay at your lovely cottage in Beddgelert. All are agreed that it was the best cottage we have rented so far and it is unlikely we will find another as good."
Mrs. Joan Dryland, Surminster Newton, Dorset & Mrs. Margot
York, Axminster, Devon.
"My sister and I enjoyed so very much our holiday in your charming cottage. We felt very much at home in such comfortable surroundings - simply everything was so carefully thought of to the last detail. The conservatory was an added bonus to breakfast each morning and the whole countryside around was breathtaking - and helpful neighbours, too."....... "We've felt very relaxed in this beautiful cottage amongst wonderful scenery."
The Bourdeaudhui family. Markedaal, Belgium.
"A cosy cottage + Nice neighbours + bright weather + hospitable people + marvellous scenery = a perfect holiday!"
Mrs. Josephine Evans. Lower Swell, Glos.
"Lovely cottage; the books are a serious distraction especially to my husband! I had treated him to a new one for our holiday little realising how unnecessary it was."
Dr. & Mrs. J. F. Nunn, Northwood, Middlesex & Mr. & Mrs. P.
"We had a really wonderful holiday in Beddgelert yet again. The weather was good and everything worked well. We have now been coming for eleven years and it is certainly a magical place, which we enjoy enormously. We would like to book our usual week again next year."