Recently renovated Holiday Cottage in a leafy corner of the picturesque village of Aberdovey. Peaceful location in the heart of the village, within short walking distance of seafront, jetty, shops, bars and restaurants. Ideal for beach holidays, water sports, golf, walking in Snowdonia and mountain biking. This cottage was originally the old golf club, and has been lovingly renovated to a high standard to provide modern accommodation whilst retaining its quirky character. Accommodation includes a large open plan living room/diner/kitchen with central log burning stove, with ship's ladder to mezzanine and chill out area with views to the Dovey Estuary. Master bedroom with en-suite, two further bedrooms with family bathroom and utility area. The cottage has underfloor heating throughout and is a south facing sun trap, with a large paved balcony ideal for lazing away sunny days. Greenhill Cottage is in a fantastic slightly elevated, wooded and quiet position in the centre of the village, and please note that there are external steps to the property.
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- Minimum Stay3 - 7 nights
Cottage in Aberdovey, Snowdonia National Park, North Wales - Central, Private Location, Within Close Walking Distance Of Beach, Jetty, Bars, Restaurants And Shop
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- Calendar last updated:
- Jul 14, 2018
We are a group of friends that purchased this derelict cottage in 2013, and have since totally renovated and restored it to a modern, quirky and beautiful seaside cottage.
Julie purchased this Cottage in 2013
Why Julie chose Aberdovey
When we first visited the property back in the summer of 2013 it was overgrown, derelict and in places structurally unstable. However, we all fell in love with it because of its fantastic, south facing, position in a quiet leafy part of Aberdovey. It had such a good feel we couldn't wait to get started!
What makes this Cottage unique
Large south facing sun patio (quite unusual in this part of town to have a lot of outdoor space). Quirky character - it used to be the old golf club and was moved from its position on Aberdovey Beach to its current location early in the 20th Century.
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Beautifully renovated property in an absolutely perfect location with magnificent views of the estuary from the terrace. The property was absolutely pristine!.We had fantastic summer weather with high temperatures but i can imagine, given the lovely wood burning stove and underfloor heating that this place would be amazing any time of year. Julie was a fantastic host who always responded to messages and all i can say is that we would love to stay here again in the near future.
Thanks James for the great review. So pleased you had a good stay at Greenhill Cottage, and hopefully we can host you again some time in the future.
Lovely cottage in a great location
An excellent property. Very comfortable and a pleasure to spend time in. We had amazing weather for April and enjoyed discovering Aberdovey, especially the wonderful expanse of beach. It was great to have two large double bedrooms and two bathrooms. The spacious outside terrace was another plus. Everything was clean and kitchen and equipment easy to use. Thanks, and we hope to return.
Brilliant thank you so much for your great review and we look forward to having you to stay again in the future :)
Excellent spacious accommodation,very well appointed and beautifully restored in a quiet private location within easy reach of beach,shops and pubs! An ideal all year round holiday let with log burner and under floor heating.We stayed there as a family of 6,4 adults and 2 teenage boys who loved the mezzanine level with excellent wifi! Spotlessly clean and very well equipped. We were lucky to have a sunny day and able to sit on the perfect large terrace with sea views.Julie was an excellent host.As a family we all fell in love with the cottage,not wanting to leave,but certainly wanting to return.
Just a quick note to say thanks for the fantastic review its much appreciated. We hope to hear back from you in the future.
Lovely cottage, very thoughtfully decorated
Had a super stay here, this is a great property that has been well thought through for visiting guests. Feels homely and cosy. Highly recommended, in a lovely spot with sea views in the charming Aberdovey.
Felt like being at home...
Fantastic, comfy cottage in a quiet raised plot, 3 minutes walk from the wonderful beach at Aberdovey. It would be great to sit outside in warmer weather, but very cosy for us over Christmas . Very clean and well equipped with everything you could possibly need. Felt like home. Sorry to leave. The clothes dryer was so good it inspired us to get one when we got home! Could do with another light on the lower outside steps at night......
Hi Sally thanks for your great review! So pleased you had a great Christmas at Greenhill Cottage, we hope you can stay with us again some time in the future. In the meantime, please feel free to pass on our details to friends and family.
Tastefully restored cottage, great location.
The cottage has been beautifully restored and refurbished with tasteful furnishing, decoration and appliances throughout. The open plan kitchen, dining and living area, with a clever mezzanine overlooking it, manage to combine a cosy feel whilst giving plenty of space. The three bedrooms are roomy, one having an en-suite shower room and the other two sharing a second. The outside area has a large terrace with sea views, with plenty of seating and a barbeque. Just a few minutes walk to the village centre and the beach, with a free parking permit supplied for the main car park, this cottage really is perfect for a relaxing break at any time of the year.
Special interest holidays: Watersports and mountain biking are popular in this area. The cottage lies within Snowdonia National Park at the foot of the Cambrian Mountains, therefore walking/hiking and mountain biking available locally. Coast/Beach: Greenhill Cottage is less than 5 minutes walk from the waterfront in Aberdovey. The beach and jetty here is a haven for watersports including rowing, sailing, windsurfing and jet skiing. The beach lies at the mouth of the estuary and is popular with families. From Aberdovey, you can walk the 4 mile open stretch of beach to Tywyn. Travel: Aberdovey lies on the mid-Wales coast. Distances approx 115 miles from Birmingham, 120 miles from Manchester and 230 miles from London. It can be accessed via main roads, or alternatively an excellent rail service exists with 2 local stations within walking distance. Distances: Aberdovey lies within Snowdownia National Park. Further Details: There are a number of excellent restaurants and bars within walking distance of Greenhill Cottage. These tend to get busy during the summer months and booking is advisable. Within a short walk there is also a good choice of local shops including butchers and post office, cash points, coffee shops and art galleries. There is a small supermarket in Aberdovey, or a larger supermarket in Tywyn (Co-op) which can deliver pre-ordered groceries.
Rates & Availability
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Booking Notes: 15% of total fee required at time of reservation to reserve dates. Remainder of payments will be due approx 10 weeks before date of holiday rental. We also request a £200 refundable damage deposit fee. Changeover Day: Changeover day is Saturday. School holidays full week rental only, part week rental at other times available on negotiation. Arrival 4pm, departure 10am.