Self-Catering Llanbedr

Ty Cerrig Llanbedr, Gwynedd

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From: €424 weekly Guests 4 Rooms 2 Bathroom 1

Key Features

  • Pet Friendly
  • Enclosed Garden
  • Garden
  • Parking

Holiday Rental Description

Holiday home
The cottage has a cosy, quirky charm that comes from its rough hewn beams, irregular white stone walls and welcoming log burning stove in the sitting room. The accommodation is arranged over one floor and includes two bedrooms and a fitted kitchen with a dining area. Maximum occupancy is 4. The pretty, enclosed rear garden offers a relaxing space in which to kick back after a day's exploring. If you love the great outdoors, you'll love this perfectly located holiday cottage close to the peaks of Snowdonia and the beautiful coastline of North Wales.

Accomodation Details
All-ground-floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x double with day bed. Shower room with double power shower cubicle, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with woodburner. Note: Maximum total occupancy at the property is 4.

Boasting its own mild climate because of its unusual position between The Rhinogs and the golden beaches of the North Wales coastline, and offering an abundance of wildlife and birds, the charming village of Llanbedr also offers a good choice of local shops and a superb pub. The nearby town of Harlech is popular with golfers because it's home to the famous Royal St. David's course, Dominated by the magnificent 13th century castle, Harlech also offers a variety of amenities including good quality restaurants. Barmouth is eight miles away and here you will find an incredible Panorama Walk with spectacular views, and a harbour from which you can hop on a ferry to Fairbourne and discover its miniature railway or take mackerel fishing trips out to sea. The stunning Snowdonia National Park and gorgeous Cardigan Bay are also waiting to be discovered in this exceptional holiday destination.

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.

Night storage heaters with back-up electric radiators and woodburner. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, TV with FreeSat, DVD. Electricity and starter pack for woodburner inc. in rent. Bed linen & towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 2 cars. Enclosed rear lawned garden with furniture. Two well-behaved dogs welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop & pub 1 mile. Note: Private water supply. Note: Some internal steps and low doorways within cottage, please take care. The road leading up to the property can be narrow in places. Note: Max 4 guests. Note: Check-in time 4pm, check-out time 11am. Please note: no infants allowed under 2 years old. Maximum occupancy is 4.

Holiday Rental Amenities

  • Accepts Pets
  • Cooker
  • Enclosed garden
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Log fire
  • Parking
  • Parking space
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Washing machine
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Key Features
  • Pet Friendly
  • Enclosed Garden
  • Garden
  • Parking

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Self-Catering Reviews

Michelle H
April 2022
We had a fantastic stay in this cottage , it was warm, cosy, spacious , well equipped and in a great location. It’s perhaps a little tired and would benefit some TLC along with WiFi as 3g/4g isn’t strong. You can easily walk into the village but you will feel the walk back up that very steep hill ! Do be super careful driving as there are low level rocks hiding beneath vegetation which can rip a hole in your tyre which we found out on our arrival. The locals are warm, friendly and helpful , the Victoria Inn does great food and the village shop is well stocked. We would stay again as we enjoyed it so much.
April 2022
This part of the world is fabulous. This cottage is beautifully rustic. I had the best holiday of my life here. Both secluded and within easy reach of amenities it's a perfect location. Just spot on, can't wait to go back.
Thea P
May 2018
We had a lovely stay at the character filled cottage in Corwen. The location is breathtaking and the garden is beautifully maintained. The hosts were very friendly and the cottage well loved and maintained. It helped having detailed directions. We would highly recommend this cottage.
September 2016
A fantastic cottage in a fantastic location. Great to get away from the hustle and bustle. Well equiped and comfortable and cosy. A narrow lane leads up to the property but we didn't encounter any problems. All rooms are spacious and the outside garden is great for alfresco eating. Your close to all ameneties but far enough away to feel detached from the hustle and bustle. In conclusion a 5* cottage in a 5* location.
Mrs Taylor
May 2016
Ty Cerrig is a wonderful old cottage of great character. Comfortable, surprisingly spacious and well equipped. Good walks from the door and on nearby beaches. Enclosed garden perfect for the dog and for barbecues on warm sunny evenings.
Miss Ridger
March 2016
Fabulous location and a charming quirky cottage.
Mrs Hadley
December 2015
The cottage is lovely and homely. We had a relaxing time and the log burner made the evenings really cosy.
Mrs Norris
August 2015
This was our second time spent at Ty Cerrig. I love this little cottage, if I won the lottery I'd give the owners a price they couldn't refuse and buy it! It's so comfy and in a beautiful location. I took my granddaughter for the first time and she loved it too. She insisted that it was a hobbit house and there were fairies in the garden. One night we lay out in the garden and watched the blue moon and millions of stars, it was magical. Memories were made there.
Rozelle F
July 2015
This was our 2nd stay at Ty Cerrig and it was even better than last year. The cottage is so lovely, more like staying at someone's home than a faceless rental flat. The ceiling beams, low doors and rocking chair make it so cosy. We had less-than-ideal weather but we were snuggled up warm at Ty Cerrig. The very generous £30 pre-paid electricity meter was more than adequate for the week (I think we had £10 left on it). There is a DVD player (region 2 only) a DAB radio, tv with Freeview and lots of dvds, games etc for guests to use.
Mr Holland
June 2015
A lovely, quaint old time cottage, it was comfy and cosy. There was plenty of light through the large windows. The garden was very spacious and well maintained, our dog has never been happier as we only have a small back yard at home. A great cottage where we will return again.
Mr Allen
November 2014
Excellent cottage in beautiful surroundings with many things to do at a stones throw.
Mr Clark
September 2014
We liked the seclusion of the cottage being away from the road and not too near neighbours, the cottage itself being very cosy and homely. Also being near the beach/country side in a beautiful comfortable cottage.
Mr Spears
May 2014
The location is very convenient for a very beautiful part of Wales. The property is old but for us this added to its charm. It is very well furnished and very comfy and cosy inside. it is bigger than the photos suggested! It's situation is delightful - the sound of birdsong is the loudest thing you hear!! One of our best ever holidays Thanks!!
April 2014
Just returned from a week’s stay. Bad points for us: Had to give the owner a call as the chimney was clearly blocked as the smoke was not drawing out of the log burner, he said it had never been swept! This was worrying as you're supposed to get them swept every year as far as I’ve read because of the risk of chimney fire, this did ruin the first part of our holiday as I’m expecting a baby and didn't want to be in a smelly smokey room and it got cold on an evening so needed it going. Plus we chose this cottage as we wanted a fire! The owner quickly arranged for a very kind neighbour to come and sweep the chimney which sorted the problem. The house is not as secluded as it looked in the pictures, we expected to have no neighbours but you are very close to the house next door. We struggled with heating, as if all the storage heaters were turned on then it used £8/9 a day in electricity!! The master bedroom was quite damp looking and smelling. It is to be expected from such an old property though. We did try sleeping in the double bed below the bunk bed but found it to be really cold in there and hard to heat, so just opened the windows to air out the damp. That’s the negatives, I would say the price of the cottage is worth it even for the bad points. Good points: the house is so well equipped, has everything you need and more, lovely kitchen with lots and lots of utensils etc. The TV had a good signal for most Freeview channels. The garden is well enclosed and our bouncing boxer never managed to escape. Great views from the lovely garden. The house itself has so much character, the beams and stone walls are great. What a great location, easy access to lots of things in the area, close to the coast, we visited a different beach every day, our dog had the time of his life! Lovely friendly neighbours. Really clean upon arrival, got towels, tea towels and a few essentials. The Victoria pub down the road is reasonable and they are very friendly, you can take a dog into the back bar. Over all had a great time, couple of warnings: unless you've got good legs don't walk down to Llanbedr, it's VERY steep on the way up! Don't turn left out of the road the property is on and then head for a road that looks windy and bendy and 'fun', we nearly lost our clutch and took a few attempts to get up a hairpin uphill bend!! ;)
November 2013
We have just spent a week relaxing at Ty Cerrig and loved every minute. The scenery of the area was stunning, from empty beaches to autumn coloured forests and majestic mountains! Not to mention castles, waterfalls and steam trains - what more could you need? The cottage was cosy, comfortable and well equipped, with super walks literally on the doorstep. We would definitely return!
Ms Barlow
November 2013
Beautiful and peaceful location. Cottage stunning and full of character. Large garden. Solid fuel burner in lounge. It was everything we hoped for in a traditional rural Welsh cottage.
October 2013
Comfy cottage with fabulous views from the dog friendly enclosed garden. Close to many attractions and beaches. We found the walk to the pub quite steep on the way home and we are quite keen walkers! But if you want peace and quiet this is a lovely place to stay.
Mr Bentley
September 2013
Lovely location, very comfy cottage, would definitely recommend.
Ms Rabone
June 2013
A great holiday in a lovely cottage. Our 3rd visit and just as good as before. Will definitely be returning!
Mrs Reynolds
May 2013
We loved the peace/tranquility of the cottage and the area. Lovely cottage, it was our second visit.
Mrs Earl
November 2012
So relaxing, loved the wood burner. And how quiet it was. Will be going again, my parents will be joining us next time.
Mr Bertram
October 2012
The peace and quiet and abundance of wildlife.
September 2012
A very nice cottage set on a hill surrounded by woods and great walks right from the front door. The cottage was ideal base for seeing most of north Wales it was comfortable and fairly well equipped but might be a bit tight at meal times if you had more than 3 people in the group. The only thing we did not like was the hand written notices all round the cottage no need for them and very unprofessional. Down in the village the Victoria pup offers good value tasty meals and friendly staff.
Mr Clark
September 2012
The cottage was absolutely perfect, very homely, everything we needed. Excellent garden for our dog, enclosed as described. The photos and description did not do it justice. We will be re-booking again for next year, and taking our grandsons. Neighbour very friendly. Everything around us - countryside, beaches etc.
Mr Holland
September 2012
The cosiness of the accommodation and the daily wild life visits from squirrels and variety of birds. One squirrel was cheeky enough to sneak through the French windows to pinch nuts. These animal antics made the holiday very special.
Mrs Crampton
July 2012
The property was in a lovely location and the cottage itself was full of character. Loved it!
Mel E
June 2012
My husband and I visited Ty Cerrig for our wedding anniversary/ my birthday in April. Previous reviews for this cottage were very good, and the fact it was reasonably priced and pet friendly influenced our decision ( the picture in Sykes brochure didn't do it justice)The access to this cottage is via a very steep and narrow lane, but don't be put off by this as there is relatively little traffic usage. The cottage itself although not luxurious was lovely and comfortable. A little low on headroom in places, but that just added to the character. The different levels would make it unsuitable for disabled use. This cottage is all about the position. Glorious mountain views to the back and sea views to the front, the outside space is fantastic. There are a number of walks all around the cottage, making it a great place for exploring. Within a short driving distance are several dog friendly beaches. The village of Llanbedr is a mile walk from the cottage. Not much in the way of shops, but boasts a pub that does excellent bar meals and a carvery. The village butcher has beautiful reasonably priced Welsh meat for the barbecue. If you are looking for peace and quiet, where the only sounds you hear are birdsong then this is the cottage for you. (we've booked another week in September!!)
June 2012
This was our second stay at Ty Cerrig and on both occasions booking the cottage was simple and straightforward, made easier by friendly staff. Ty Cerrig is ideal for our needs although the large settee in the lounge is getting a bit tired,the rest of the cottage is well appointed. The log-burning stove was most welcome at nights. The enclosed garden is ideal for our dog and there are plenty of local walks for his exercise. We know the area very well, there are take-aways in Harlech and the local pub has a good extensive menu. I think the most important factor for me is the peace and quiet the location offers, surrounded by fabulous countryside
Ms Hutson-Lumb
June 2012
Peaceful location and comfortable cottage.
Mrs Baker
June 2012
Loved the tranquility, so relaxing but there is plenty to do near by should you wish.
Mr John
November 2011
The cottage was a beautiful reflection of the countryside it sits within. It had a charm that instantly made it feel like a home and not a generic holiday.
September 2011
This is a wonderfull and very peacefull location. We enjoyed our week there as a base to explore North Wales, there is to much to see in 1 week. I drove over 800 miles to see some of the wondrefull sights. The Cottage was very adequate for our needs, although it was 30c and beautifully sunshine during the day !! But it was very cold inside at night !!(Solid Slate walls) There are lot of heaters in the cottage, and we had to use some of them. (soft southerners) Some of the cottage needs to be updated. But it is very good value, and we loved it. Thank you for a wonderfull stay.
Mr Robins
September 2011
We like peace and quiet and this was perfect.
Mr Williams
July 2011
The quietness and privacy of the place.
Ms Hutson-Lumb
June 2011
A lovely cottage providing a peaceful base with access to good walking from the door and a short drive to beaches. A relaxing place to be. We would certainly recommend the cottage to friends and if going to the same area again it would be first choice.
Mrs Holland
June 2011
The thing we both liked most was the different birds that we saw, and being visited by the squirrels and rabbits, to sit at night and watch them was quite relaxing. It was lovely and quiet, it felt like we were the only people around.
Miss Redwood
April 2011
I loved the fact that there were signposted foot paths from the doorstep. It was a real bonus for families with children. Great walk to the waterfalls that we did from the house. Lovely big children's bedroom and great comfy living room that the photos didn't do justice to. Exceptionally quiet and away from it all, despite being near to the beach and amenities.
Miss Raddings
December 2010
Loved this cottage, the views and cottage itself were beautiful, a lovely place to get away from it all.
Mr Powner
November 2010
I loved the seclusion and peaceful setting of the cottage. I loved the holiday so much I didn't want to return home. Excellent cottage.
Mr Rice
November 2010
Superb location for a peaceful weekend away. Fantastic scenery and plenty of walks and attractions nearby.
Mrs Done
October 2010
We found the cottage was quirky, with the low level doorway and rooms on different levels and it's own water supply. Lovely, quaint and in a beautiful quiet spot - plenty of walks from the doorstep. The dogs loved the garden, and all the surrounding long sandy beaches. Pretty central for sight-seeing around the Llyn Peninsula or Barmouth Bay. We had a good time and the weather was kind to us. Intend to come back again.
Miss Bailey
September 2010
The cottage was charming and quirky, the living room was just lovely. The beaches were fantastic particularly Harlech and Shell Island.
Mr Walker
August 2010
We loved the situation of the property, very quiet, the local pubs and village shop were very friendly. The welcome pack was very informative, and the walking book inside gave us some other walks that we wouldn't of found. The dog loved it, and she slept soundly every night as we did. We did manage to eat outside a couple of evenings, beautiful. ' Time stands still here'. No clocks required.
Mrs Baker
July 2010
Had a wonderful time in such a lovely setting.
Mr Farragher
April 2010
Fantastic cottage and location. Excellent choice of walks straight from the doorstep. Cottage had lots of charm and character with spacious rooms.
Ms Dunlea-Rowe
April 2010
The property was in a beautiful location with lovely scenery all round and walks straight from the door. The local village was friendly and it was a good location for exploring both the coastline and Snowdonia.
Mrs Rabone
April 2010
The setting was beautiful, the cottage outstanding. The pictures don't give this cottage justice. The kitchen and bathroom were well setup. The shower was very powerful. The cottage has it's own water source, which I found delightful. The two bedrooms were large and well lit. Plenty of space to put clothing etc. Everything was meticulously clean. The owners were very helpful and friendly. Will definitely book this cottage again next year.
Mr Wright
February 2010
We loved the location of this cottage, especially the tranquility of the Welsh mountains. The cottage itself was an amazing building with a quirkiness that you don't find everyday any more.
Mrs Clark
February 2010
A beautiful character cottage in a wonderful area with a lovely atmosphere. Really enjoyed the garden and the fabulous view. Our dog had a great time on the huge beaches.
December 2009
This cottage is exactly what we like - 'Get away from it all'! The cottage offers plenty of room for the family and is very quaint. The open fire and rocking chair provided lovely and calm evenings, the relaxing break that we needed. There are plenty of walks around the cottage for our four legged friends and beautiful horses to have a chat to in one of the fields near by. The owners of the cottage are extremely helpful and very friendly with all the local knowledge you need. We will be going again soon!!
Mrs Gray
October 2009
The location of this holiday is by far the best I have stayed in - total relaxation!
Mr Holman
September 2009
The location of the cottage was great. The cottage itself was perfect as you can walk from the door and the beach is only 10 minutes away. Brilliant.
Dr Ditmar
September 2009
We had a wonderful short break in this very nice 'family cottage'. Location of the cottage is superb; quiet, rural and with easy access to both the coast and beautiful Snowdonia. Thank you all!
Mr Thackray
July 2009
An overall excellent holiday experience.
Mrs Robinson
June 2009
Position of the cottage was excellent. Village stores and pubs within easy walking distance, though a bit of a climb back up the hill in the very warm weather that we had! Very good walking country. We have had holidays in Southern Snowdonia for the last four years and this is the best cottage that we've stayed in.
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