(near Criccieth) - Luxurious 3 bedroom farmhouse with sea views in Llanystumdwy on the Llyn Peninsula
This traditional stone built farmhouse has been renovated to a very high standard. It offers guests that perfect mix of style and luxury set in a beautiful rural location. If that’s not enough, I guarantee the sea view will lift your soul. (Although I can’t guarantee the weather, this is Wales after all.)
A rustic ledge and brace door leads into the large lounge. The impressive inglenook with a real fire is flanked by two luxurious leather sofas, decorated in turn with some tasteful cushions and welsh woollen throws. The dining room next door also has it’s own fire. A cute little log burner this time. Again, everything from the antique light fittings to the choice of curtain fabric right down to the colour of the paint on the walls is perfect in every way.
A carpeted staircase separates these two rooms and the attention to detail continues upstairs. The first room to your left has a delightful modern brass double bed. The bedroom furniture is in the French distressed style. This are complimented by some lovely bedside lamps and a reproduction cast iron radiators. The deep-set casement window looks out through the leaves of a blossom tree over the fields in front of the house
Nice big en-suite to this room with a freestanding roll top bath and separate large shower. The main bathroom off the landing has an even bigger walk in shower. The double basin washstand allowing adoring couples to brush their teeth in unison.
The third bedroom has twin beds set toe to toe. The two windows next to each bed give the room a charming symmetry. The linen and soft furnishings are as elegant and refined as the rest of the house.
The birth place of former British Prime Minister, Llanystumdwy is a great example of a welsh village which has succeeded in retaining it’s character and sense of identity. Helped partly by its status as an architectural conservation area and also community strongholds like the village pub and chapel.
Bryn-Du is located in a quiet corner on the outskirts of the village but there are many attractions within easy reach. The Lloyd George Museum is a must and other local attractions include fishing lakes, paint balling park and riding stables. A short journey in the car will take you to the seaside villages of Criccieth and Abersoch as well as the harbour town and sailing centre of Pwllheli. Other popular activities available nearby include golf, mountain biking, white water rafting, sailing and abundant heritage and historical sites.
Prices and Availability
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Bedrooms: 3 bedrooms. 1 king size room with en-suite, 1 double room and 1 twin room
Bathrooms: 3 bathrooms. 1 family bathroom with large walk in shower, 1 en-suite bathroom with roll top bath plus seperate shower and 1 ground floor wc with washbasin
Facilities: Range cooker, fridge, freezer, microwave, toaster, kettle, dishwasher, washing machine, welcome hamper, pet friendly, iron, hairdryer, central heating, 2 real fires, cot, high chair, WiFi, telephone (evening and weekends only), TV, DVD, iPod dock, BBQ, parking, sea view, private garden, bike storage
Sleeps: 6 +cot
Bed Linen: Provided
Cot and High Chair: Provided
"Thank you so much for such a magical holiday ! The cottage is just perfect – the interior is absolutely beautiful and the quality of the furnishing is first class. We had a wonderful Easter break at Bryn Du and cherish the time we spend there as a family. It is a real haven and a very special place – we look forward to visiting again very soon."
"The Dilworths have created a charming and welcoming holiday property. The luxurious fittings and quality of decoration made a real impression, and with stunning views in the heart of lovely countryside , I am not sure if we have ever stayed in finer surroundings – what a lovely weekend!"
Lindsay & Janice Bruce, Edinburgh
"We have just spent the last week at the Bryn Du in Criccieth and had a really great time. The cottage is gorgeous and welcoming and up to the highest standards. The daily visit from the cows in the neighbouring field was also very welcome. The location is great for exploring this beautiful part of wales within easy reach of beaches, countryside and some great walks.
We have booked again for November and are looking forward to winter walks followed by cosy dinners in the lovely dining are and lounge complete with roaring real fires."
Lyndsay Smith, Cheshire