With the imposing castle overlooking the picturesque coastal town with its myriad of shops cafes and restaurants. This is a truly lovely location with its roots firmly set in North Wales historic past. Why not visit Portmeirion (the village that brought us the Cult TV show The Prisoner ) take a trip on the Ffestiniog Railway from Porthmadog go underground in the Llechwedd Slate Caverns or travel along the coast visiting picturesque towns and villages dotted with a range of eclectic shops museums and galleries. The area is a dream come true for those seeking new adventures in Snowdonia National Park with its extensive network of trails lakes and craggy peaks to explore this is the perfect location for a relaxing or action packed holiday for family and friends. There really is something for everyone. Upon entering this delightful holiday home guests will find themselves in the contemporary yet cosy lounge. Benefitting from comfy sofas woodburner and TV/DVD the lounge is a great place to curl up and watch your favourite blockbuster or simply enjoy the sea views. The kitchen is modern and is equipped with an electric oven and hob microwave dishwasher fridge/freezer washing machine and tumble dryer. The dining table is also in the kitchen so you can enjoy each other s company whilst preparing your favourite meals. There are three beautifully presented bedrooms here. The first is a super-king-size bedroom which can be made into a twin upon request. The second is a restful king-size bedroom. The final bedroom is a single bedroom which has a useful additional pull-out bed. The bathroom has a spa bath separate shower enclosed and WC. Guests can make the most of the outside spaces with a front garden with a bench to enjoy fantastic sea views whilst planning a day worth of adventures. The property also benefits from an enclosed rear patio with a charcoal BBQ. There is ample off-road parking. 1 dog is welcome.
- Calendar last updated:
- Mar 20, 2019
Check-in: 4:30 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Everything as advertised, very comfortable.
Home away from home
This is a lovely, cosy cottage. The owner has made every effort to make your stay comfortable. The cottage is very well equipped. There are lovely views from the living room. I found the owner to be very friendly and helpful. Dare I say it, it’s even better “in person” than in the photos! I would highly recommend this cottage - especially to families. It sits on a hill above Harlech so you have the option to walk into the town - the walk back is hilly but great exercise!
Wonderful accommodation, great location. Nice energetic walk to shops and castle
Fantastic bungalow, extremely well appointed with everything you need and more. Great location with views of the sea and Harlech beach, especially the beautiful view from the lounge through patio doors.
Half an hour walk down hill, (for us) across sand dunes at the end to the very quiet beach that stretches for miles of lovely sand.
Very comfortable, big lounge with two sofas and lovely giant bean bag the teenagers flopped on and Big TV screen, WiFi etc. Lots of crockery and cutlery, everything you need in the kitchen.
Parking right outside the property so easy to unpack.
I discovered my perfect pillow here!
Worth visiting Harlech beach in the evening early enough to see wonderful sunsets.
Local Fish and Chip shop very friendly and tasted lovely. Very nice restaurant in Harlech with a conservatory served fantastic food in the evening and homemade cakes all day.
We all thoroughly enjoyed our holiday. Thank you so much.
Harlech, North Wales
Rates & Availability
Dogs are charged at £20 per dog per week.