|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
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Fully refurbished during 2008, historic property, maintaining its original period facade. Upon entering you will see the interior has been tastefully welcomed into the 21st century. Placed in the little village of Tremadog, with its choice of two pubs, and a very nice restaurant 'the square' this cottage was built 200 years ago by the men who came over from Ireland to work on the building of the cob for William Maddocks which reclaimed land from the sea for the building of Porthmadog. Welcome to Tremadog .....Maddocks town.
Fully refurbished and fitted out during 2008. Now ready for the summer season and beyond. Ideal for a family or a group of friends. Large comfortable lounge with comfortable seating for Six, Sky TV and DVD. Step into the huge kitchen/diner with new fitted kitchen, and plenty of crockery, dining table and seating for six, radio/cd/cassette player.
A rear utility room with clothes horse, iron and ironing board. Ground floor toilet with w.h.b. Staircase to first floor, we have Three good sized bedrooms, One double bed to the front, the middle bedroom has bunk beds with velux window to the ceiling, the rear bedroom has twin beds, with a view of moel y gest. All bedrooms have plenty of wardrobe space. Luxury Bathroom with bath, separate shower cubicle, w.c and wash basin. A travel cot and stairgate also available. A digital wall safe for small valuables, input your own code.
The space in the cottage for 3 adults and 3 children was very comfortable. It was a shame that more thought had not gone into equipping the kitchen for a family of 6. Distinct shortage of cooking utensils , to cook a meal for 6 was very difficult. It was also the first time that I could not find information in a rental cottage as to where to put out the rubbish, we used a bin outside but not sure if it belonged to the cottage. I did read on previous reviews that the beds were not very comfortable and I must agree, childrens were okay but not good for grown up backs. But we did all have a very enjoyable holiday.
This property was perfect for us. There was plenty of space for all of us and was nice and clean. This is located in a nice quiet village.
There wasn't a high chair when we got there but this may need to be requested before arriving but this didn't affect our stay, just a note for anyone else taking a small child.
Would stay here again.
Perfect location for exploring snowdonia. Nice clean rooms, large kitchen and living room, ideal for relaxing after a day of climbing. Would highly recommend!
The house was large (despite looking tiny from the front!), comfortable and well equipped. The owners were helpful and responsive when we had a problem.
The two negatives are
- uncomfortable beds, the mattresses were really cheap and simply putting toppers on wasn't enough.
- paper-thin curtains, particularly in the children's room. We were lucky to have brilliant sunny weather but that just meant it was far too light in the bedrooms when trying to put children to sleep and that we all woke up at 5am!
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay in Tremadog, great location for exploring Snowdonia. The cottage is a minute's walk from a lovely pub / restaurant which is needed after a busy day !. Highly recommend.
We spent 2 nights in the cottage which was spacious and homely. Excellent communication with owners, who were quick to respond. As it was March the heating was put on for our arrival, a very nice touch. Great location, pub / restaurant 1 minute walk. We will definitely be going back.
Black Rock sands, where you can drive onto the beach, Portmeirion Italianette village, Porthmadog town and harbour, Bedgelert with Gelerts grave and the farmhouse Cadwalladers ice cream shop. The Ffestiniog and Welsh highland railways, Climb Snowdon or take the Snowdon rail track to the new summet visitors centre. Abersoch and Pwhelli for watersports and boating. Rock climbing at the sea cliffs. Caernarvon castle and town. A walkers dream with lots to do and see. The Glasfryn Go carting and bowling is well worth a visit. From bike hire to a day out pony trekking to a sea fishing trip, its all there. Why not take a day trip to Dublin with ferries running regularly from Holyhead.
Other Activities: Go karting
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$259|
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.