Aberdovey, branded the “Jewel of the Cardigan Bay”, has always been considered an exclusive holiday destination and is also popular to those wishing to relocate to the Welsh Coast. It offers boutique shops, galleries, pubs, restaurants and along with its stunning beaches has a pretty, sheltered harbour with yacht anchorage and boat club. Standing in the Snowdonia National Park, the area is noted for its opportunities for outdoor pursuits including walking, sailing and a variety of water sports.
“Deze Fisherman's Cottage is klein maar perfect gevormd voor twee gasten. Stijlvol ingericht, zeer schoon en op een perfecte locatie net buiten de belangrijkste weg langs de kust. Alles verliep vlot van inchecken tot uitchecken en Lisa reageerde zeer snel op een paar kleine problemen. Beveel Coast Deli en Penhelig Arms om te eten en probeer bij eb langs het strand te wandelen naar Towyn. Al met al een geweldig paar dagen: we zullen nog terugkomen!”
Newly refurbished self contained bedsit flat consisting of kitchen, bathroom, hallway and living area with double bed. Part of a private family house with shared access there is ample parking. 100yards from the Talyllyn Railway and within walking distance to the beach. It is the perfect location for Race the Train also being directly adjacent to the finish line! 4 miles from the famously beautiful Aberdovey. Easy walking distance to all amenities, Co op, Post Office, Banks, Café etc.
Lovely traditional stone cottage, built originally as a chapel in 1806 in the village of Arthog in the Snowdonia National Park with beautiful mountain views. 5 minutes from the railway at Morfa Mawddach-4 mins to Barmouth, or a fab walk. Just a few metres from the stunning Mawddach Trail, it is the ideal location for a wide range of outdoor activities such as hill walking, mountain biking, pony trekking and just a short distance from Fairbourne beach with its famous steam railway. Pets welcome.