Bryn Gwyn and Tegfryn
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Absolutely beautiful place
We loved it here and will definitely be back ! Views from house and little private beach are amazing . We took the dog and it was really safe and easy , very much recommended x
Lovely house, very clean, well organised arrangements. Couldn’t be faulted
Beautiful house in fantastic setting. Cannot be faulted
Perfect holiday retreat
Beautiful spacious cottage, decorated to a high standard and equipped with all you need plus lots of extras such as books to read and games for children. Great views over the bay and although you can't park outside the cottage itself, there was always plenty of space on the road at the bottom of the track to the cottage. The cottage is located in a picturesque little village and is only about 15 mins easy walk, on a quiet pathway, into Porthmadog where you can find more shops, bars etc (recommend The Big Rock Cafe for lunch). We also had a fabulous dinner at Y Sgwar restaurant at Tremadog and ate at the Art Deco restaurant, Dylans at Criccieth (also well worth a visit). All this and more is in the information provided by the owner. It's easy to visit many other little villages, local attractions and stunning beaches and scenery. Recommend a visit to Portmeirion. Would definitely stay here again.
Relaxing stay in clean, homely accomodation
We spent a wonderful weekend at this picturesque location with breathtaking views.The house was well maintained with all modern amenities & stocked with plenty of crockery. It was decorated to a very high standard & was warm & welcoming. Beds were very comfy for a peaceful nights sleep & lovely to wake up to the sunrise over the beach from the hillside view.
There were beautiful walks along the beach to nearby towns with handmade craft shops & cafes. There is a good Indian & Chinese restaurant locally that delivers to the door if you want to relax in the evening & just enjoy the time spent away from home in a great location.
A beautiful location and lovely house that has everything you could need. Can't wait to return for our next visit
Tranquil and smart with sea views
It’s my second visit to the house, both of which I have really enjoyed. The area is amazing, very tranquil, lush and smart looking. The bay always seems to be filled with Oyster Catchers ‘peeping’ away, the place reminds me of child hood trips to the sea side, simple pleasures and lots of fresh area. It really helps that there is no through traffic which keeps things really quite.
The house is fantastic with lots of room and space for groups to gather or just sit and look out of the big windows. The house works really with both big groups or a small family, the rooms are cosy and large but not so large that you feel lost. The first floor bedrooms are great, especially in the morning if it’s sunny, the big windows have big bay views, so very sunny….. It is definitely been one of my favourite places to stay in North Wales as it’s so quiet even with the kids. The house is off the road and up a short hill, which adds to the charm. The local walks are incredibly varied, from short beach strolls, woodland and coastal paths. I can switch off there in minutes. I think I need to book another trip. Pubs in Porthmadog are good too, especially the beer at The Ship, 15 minute walk away.
Bryn Gwyn and Tegfryn are ideally situated in the picturesque coastal Victorian village of Borth-y-Gest.
Borth-y-Gest is located to the east of the popular Llyn Peninsular and adjacent west of the Snowdonia National Park.
This pretty village has retained its Victorian charm with colourful terraced houses fronting onto a horseshoe-shaped promenade that skirts the perimeter of this sheltered bay where small boats are moored.
Amenities in the village include a shop, tea room, petrol station and bistro restaurant all of which overlook the harbour. A short 15 minute walk along the coastal path to the east takes you to the popular tourist town of Porthmadog where there is a extensive range of cafes, shops and pubs.
The views from Borth-y-Gest are spectacular with a panorama sweeping across Tremadog Bay to the Rhinog Mountains to the south, and the Moelwyn Mountains to the east. The views also include the wooded peninsula of the Italian style village of Portmeirion, designed by the famous Welsh architect, Sir Clough William-Ellis in 1925.
Several beautiful beaches are within easy walking distance along the well maintained coastal path leading directly from the village centre. Further afield Black Rock Sands is located approximately two miles west. In addition Harlech, Abersoch and Criccieth beaches are only a short drive away.