(Llwyngwril) - £210 - £368. Dolgwril Cottage is a traditional stone self catering holiday in the heart of the peaceful village of Llwyngwril, situated between Dolgellau and Tywyn.
Dolgwril Cottage was built in 1873 and is a traditional stone cottage overlooking the bridge over the River Gwril in the heart of the peaceful village of Llwyngwril. Dolgwril sleeps 4 people in 3 bedrooms
(1 Double, 2 Singles). The cottage has a view of the fields and across the sea to the Lleyn Peninsula and Bardsey Island. There is seating outside in a shared garden.
The Beamed sitting room is complete with TV/DVD, Radio/Cassette & CD. The Kitchen is equipped with all the basic essentials including a microwave oven. Upstairs, there is a double bedroom and two single bedrooms. There is also a bathroom with shower.
All heating, electricity and bed linen are included in the price. A travel cot and high chair are available upon request. Shaver point and hairdryer are provided. All rooms are heated by electric heaters. Welcome pack provided - Hopefully all that is left for you to provide is the food!
Prices for 7 nights:
Low Season from £210 - Peak Season from £368
Changeover Day: Friday
Llwyngwril is a charming and peaceful coastal village situated in the southern part of Snowdonia National Park and enjoying panoramic views of Cardigan Bay. It has numerous amenities for a small village: railway and bus services, church, shops, post office, pub, bistro (who also supply takeaway food), occasional music venue and a newly refurbished children’s playground. Also within wandering distance are the remains of an Iron Age hill fort, evidence of Quaker history & a bit further on the ancient church at Llangelynin.
The beach is a mixture of sand, stones and rock pools but glorious safe sandy beaches with dunes are only a five minute drive away. Occasionally schools of Dolphins, Harbour Porpoise and Seals can be seen around the coast.
Snowdonia National Park has such a wealth and diversity of wildlife and breathtaking scenery. Enjoy Cader Idris, the Mawddach Estuary, Cregennen Lakes and Talyllyn Lake.