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Porth Awyr in Aberdaron, Gwynedd

299
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sleeps 4
2 rooms
1 bathroom

Porth Awyr description

Holiday home
Porth Awyr is a wonderful, single-storey whitewashed stone cottage, situated amongst beautiful countryside near Aberdaron in North Wales, on the Llyn Peninsula. The cottage has two bedrooms which can accommodate four people, including a double room, a single room with an additional pull-out single bed and a family bathroom. There is a kitchen with a dining area, a sitting room with an open fire and comfy leather sofas, plus a conservatory where you can bask in the morning sunshine with a cup of tea and plan the day ahead. Outside, the garden enjoys beautiful countryside views to the rear and ample off road parking. With North Wales' stunning coastline easy to reach, as well as the Snowdonia National Park and the Isle of Anglesey, Porth Awyr is a wonderful base for couples and small families, all year round.

Area
Aberdaron is a seaside village situated on the beautiful Llyn Peninsula. The village offers a sandy beach, lime-washed fishermen's cottages, cafes, shops and a church. The popular resorts of Pwllheli and Abersoch are close by, as are castles, fishing, watersports and golf opportunities.

Region
Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South.

Amenities
Oil central heating with open fire. Electric oven and ceramic hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, surround sound, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel, power and starter pack for fire inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair. Off road parking for 2 cars. Lockable bike storage. Lawned garden with yard, furniture and BBQ. One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop, pub and restaurant 3.5 miles. Beach 2.3 miles. Please note: This property now has a Good House Keeping Bond on all future bookings.

Amenities

  • Accepts Pets
  • Cooker
  • Cots
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • High chair
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Log fire
  • Parking
  • Parking space
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • Wifi
  • Rural location
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Reviews

Mr Hall
May 2019
Llyn Peninsula is an area of outstanding views - we went to Porth Awyr last year as well, and we and our bid dog are getting to know a lovely range of hill walks (not too steep! ), in addition to the well-known coastal walks. More to come no doubt! The area is approaching Aberdaron, so is nearly at the end of the peninsula - you can see Bardey Island peeping through from the back garden. The cottage is good - especially if you enjoy a quiet, peaceful area, where the only likely ones to see are the local couple of farmers and their cows, sheeps, farm dogs - and an occasional friendly visit from the owner.
Mr Swinburn
September 2018
A perfect little cottage which was what we were looking for, It was in a very quiet and peaceful location, and in easy reach of beaches and lots of walks to choose from, Also had no problem going to and from other places to visit.. So if you want somewhere to chill out this is the place for you, I can recommend it.
Mr Sharp
July 2018
The cottage is extremely comfortable and well equipped.. It is in a lovely quiet rural location with very little passing traffic. Useful enclosed grassed areas outside which are safe for those with children and dogs. Just about perfect for visiting the sights of the Lleyn peninsular and in particular the lovely seaside village of Aberdaron and Porthor (whistling sands). Could be improved with the addition of a small freezer; we visited during a heatwave and could have done with ice cubes in our drinks.
Mr Smith
February 2018
We had a lovely weekend , the cottage is so cosy and set in the middle of beautiful surrounding countryside, Aberdaron and Abersoch only short drives away.. If you need a peaceful and quiet time away then I highly recommend this property. Only downside was the mattress was far too soft (that’s just a personal preference) and the property doesn’t have a freezer (but when the temperatures are at minus we kept the ice outside :-)
Dr Perkins
November 2017
This was one of the best winter breaks we have had .. The cottage was a delight and so cosy. We would definitely consider going back.
geoffwilson3
April 2017
No heating or TV when we arrived on the Friday afternoon. Heating was "fixed" TV wasn't. No heating again on Saturday. TV was fixed Saturday morning and heating eventually fixed early Saturday afternoon. These interruptions ruined what was supposed to be a relaxing weekend to celebrate my Wife's Birthday. Complained to Sykes (who I booked the holiday through - who I paid and who issued the receipt!). No reply so they are obviously "hiding" behind their T's and C's whereby the "contract" is with the owner (who Sykes will not give an address for so that I can take t up directly). I will never book another holiday through Sykes as, in my opinion, their Customer Service is non-existent! BEWARE!!
Mr Thornton
March 2017
Everything was as it should be.. The landlord and landlady are helpful. Thank you.
Mrs Mumford
March 2017
It was a very nice cottage and well equipped.. We wanted somewhere quiet and peaceful and it was certainly that. We loved it.
Mrs French
August 2016
The cottage was very well equipped but the fridge had no icebox in it.. Most people bring a coolbag but have no means of freezing an icepack.
Mrs Hanley
July 2016
This is a lovely cottage. It was a really nice base to come back to and relax in. It was very child friendly and comfortable.
Mr Thomas
June 2016
A very conveniently located cottage set in lovely countryside with plenty of good walks within easy reach. The cottage was excellently equipped with everything you could need.
Mrs Morris
June 2016
Friendly owners. Very clean and cosy cottage. Lovely location. Dog friendly with plenty of nice long walks and beaches nearby. Perfect.
Mrs Cockshutt
May 2016
A beautiful setting and a lovely peaceful area, it was very easy to just enjoy the break as everything was at hand.
Trevor J
March 2016
I am sat in this lovely cottage as I write this review. The cottage sits in some of the most stunning countryside I've ever seen . the cottage is warm and cosy with everything you could possibly need . such a nice well looked after cosy place . so many beaches nr by and friendly locals all make for a fantastic break . I would not hesitate to recommend this cottage . oh and if you are a dog owner your dog is gonna love it here :-)
Mr Hawker
February 2016
Porth Awyr was very clean and tidy, in a nice, quiet area yet with shops only a few miles away . Excellent walks nearby by also.
Mrs Main
August 2015
A lovely cosy comfortable cottage which was well maintained, equipped and spotlessly clean. In a beautiful secluded spot within easy reach of all places of interest and gorgeous beaches. Would definitely book again.
olibot
August 2015
This is a cosy little cottage in a beautifully quiet location. To give an idea of the quietness, the highest number of vehicles passing our door in one day was 4 (two of those was the postman)! We used it as a base for walking along the coastal path, exploring the peninsula and wider area. It was clean and tidy upon arrival, the key collection was straightforward. The cottage was equipped for 4 people (the max number that can stay). There was a dishwasher and washer/dryer which worked perfectly. For our comfort the double bed was far too soft, luckily as there was only three of us we could simply swap the sleeping arrangements. Aberdarron is a lovely little village nearby (3miles), Abersoch is a 'trendy' little village a little further away. We can highly recommend Dylan's in Cricceith. Part of the attraction of this cottage was that we could take our dog. We also thoroughly enjoyed stargazing at night as a bonus due to virtually no light pollution. We would certainly recommend this cottage for peace, quiet and relaxation.
Mr Rawlinson
July 2015
The property was brilliant, felt freshly decorated and homely. Good for the dog, he enjoyed it as well.
Mrs Hennessy
June 2015
We loved the location which we found to be very peaceful. The property was spotless and contained everything one would need for a relaxing holiday with views to die for.
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