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Recent Reviews

  • Wonderful Property
    5 of 5

    The cottage was perfect, clean, tidy and very nicely converted, with every comfort you could wish for. The location was also perfect for exploring the entire peninsula, car essential but not too far to the shops or a pub for food and drink. A lovely log burner and plenty of radiators, full kitchen and utensils. A home from home apart from the cottage has the advantage of being surrounded by beautiful countryside. The owners were very friendly and helpful and never intrusive, a homemade cake and milk, coffee,tea etc awaited us on arrival, very much appreciated. Highly recommended and it would be my first choice if we visit the area again. Thank you for a wonderful cottage.

    Stayed: Sep 2018
  • A spacious and well-equipped property
    4 of 5

    We were pleasantly surprised with the size of the cottage (which looks tiny from the front!) and the welcome goodies were well-appreciated. The enclosed garden was a joy. Sadly we couldn't make use of the beach hut owing to the seasonal beach ban on dogs. We managed to park close by the property but I imagine that during high season (and once the properties opposite on the old fire station site are completed) parking might be problematic. We enjoyed several grand walks on the coastal path and a day trip to Barmouth on the train from Pwllheli. Plas Bodygroes is a first class restaurant only ten minutes' drive away, and the Cwrw Llyn brewery in Nefyn is a must-visit destination. The local bus services are excellent, and great to see such good recycling in place. A beautiful area with friendly locals and very little litter.

    Stayed: Sep 2018