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Triangle Cottage

  • Property Ref: 5091
  • Harlech
  • Gwynedd
  • LL47 6YT
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Self Catering


  • DVD Player
  • Parking
  • Pet Friendly
  • Self Catering
  • TV
  • Weekend Breaks
  • WiFi

About this property

STS Grade 2+ The little Triangle Cottage boasts a superb mountain top location in the beautiful countryside above Llandecwyn, between the seaside village of Harlech (6ml) and the harbour town of Porthmadog (6ml). This 18th century farmhouse and its attached cottage is remote! It will please country lovers who enjoy being surrounded by mountains away from it all and who want to walk the hills and mountains from the doorstep. Mountain bikers are welcome to enjoy the terrain and there is storage for bikes on site. There are awsome views from the living room window and the garden of Snowdonia mountains, the estuary to Portmeirion village and across the sea to the Llyn Peninsula and Bardsey Island. The cottage is attached to a remote hilltop 18th century farmhouse. There is an inter-connecting door which is locked on both sides. Ideal location to explore the mountains and countryside, buy fresh eggs from 10yr old Gwion, and a picnic by a peaceful lily pad lakes, all in the beautiful Snowdonia National Park. Enjoy memorable sunsets from this elevated situation! Flora and fauna galore with nearby lakes to fish and sandy beaches at Harlech and Porthmadog. Nearest village, inn and shop is just under 4 miles along a narrow country lane. Just 1 mile from the cottage is the new 8 mile Trawsfynydd Lake mountain bike cycle path! Also just 11.3 miles to ZipWorld - home to the largest zip zone in Europe, Europe's only 4 person zip line and the as-seen-on-TV Bounce Below!1 BEDROOM: 1 Double bedroom. Bed linen provided. Please bring your own towels & tea towels. SHOWER ROOM: Shower room with WC and electric shower. LIVING AREA: Farmhouse kitchen/lounge area with electric cooker, fridge/freezer, microwave, washing machine, Freeview TV and DVD.GARDEN: Patio with furniture plus shared use of garden with spectacular elevated views. UTILITY SHED: Tumble dryer.PARKING: Ample parking. HEATING: Oil central heating.ELECTRICITY & OIL: Included.EXTRA: Access is along a quiet 3 mile country lane through some lovely countryside into the mountains. There are plenty of passing places.WiFi: Yes, free.PETS: Yes, 1 dog.2016 Price Group: 3Mini-break Rules for this Cottage: A mini-break is a holiday for less than a week and/or may start on a day which isn't the normal changeover day. This property owner will only accept mini-breaks at medium notice of 49 days before the holiday start date between Easter and October Half Term. Outside of this time minibreaks are bookable with no contrictions.Guest Feedback: J (July 2017): "The cottage is in the most awesome place. It is beautiful, cosy and comfortable. We immediately felt relaxed and at home. Not fancy but exactly what is needed for a stay in the country. We were made to feel very welcome and could knock on the farm house next door if we needed anything. Perfect for walking. Easy distance to Porthmadog where we visited the steam railways. We were sad to leave and hope to make a return visit sometime."Mrs H (Sept, 2015): "What a wonderful week, fell in love with North Wales' breathtaking scenery. The cottage was super 'up in the clouds'. The owenrs very friendly and nice. Fantastic views from the kitchen"Mrs S (Aug, 2015): "We only had three nights, sadly, but it was absolutely everything we had hoped for. A wonderful place - breathtaking views, completely peaceful, great walks from the house, really nice and helpful family in the farm. The cottage itself was small, and perfect for the two of us and one large dog - it was clean, simple, and had everything we needed. We had a marvellous stay and hope to get back there again. If you want peace, quiet and fresh air, it is unbeatable."P. S. (August, 2015): Scored 6 'Excellents' on the quality questionaireMr & Mrs A: "Great to be in Llandecwyn - we love the peace, restfulness and beauty of this area. The views are always stunning and yours no less than expected - in fact, quite the best" Mr & Mrs J: "What a lovely peaceful location; superb views and wildlife. We have really loved meeting the family (human and the animals) who have all made us feel very welcome" Mr & Mrs N: "Two weeks is not enough! Great cottage in a beautiful setting with walks from the door" Mr & Mrs A: "A wonderful week in a breathtaking setting. We've walked the hills, enjoying the pure air and silence. The cottage is cosy and comfortable and we felt very at home here. Thanks for the welcome. Looking forward to a return visit" Mr K: "I've had a glorious week. The accommodation has been lovely, culture fabulous as usual and the scenery the finest" Visit Wales Comments (May, 2016): "This property provides a good standard of self catering accommodation and some improvements have been done since the last visit."Overall Quality Percentage: 56%


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