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Looking to get away to coastal Snowdonia and want to stay in welcoming high quality accommodation? If so, a stay at Dove Cottage could be a great choice.
Located just to the side, behind but set back from Llanfendigaid Country House, this pretty family-friendly holiday cottage enjoys lovely garden views out over the grounds of Llanfendigaid and to the rear is sheltered by trees. Take a look at the photos to get a feel for this beautiful setting nestled amidst greenery.
Dating back to 1868, this is a charming characterful cottage. Inside, the accommodation is configured in an upside-down style where the living accommodation is located on the first floor to make the most of the views and the bedroom accommodation is situated on the ground floor.
Upstairs is the sociable open plan living area which is complete with a comfortable lounge area with TV, kitchen area and dining area. This area features exposed wooden beams which adds to the property’s charm and appeal.
Downstairs is a romantic double bedroom with an ornate wooden bed and one comfortable twin bedroom. Also on this floor is the family bathroom with bath, basin and WC.
No pets are permitted at this property.
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2011
Please visit the owner's website to find out more about the holiday cottage, amenities, surrounding area and places to visit in Gwynedd.
Castles Miniature railways Centre for Alternative Technology Aberdyfi Mountains Waterfalls
Nearest Train Station or Airport: Station: Tonfanau (1 mile) Airport: Welshpool (35 miles), Birmingham (100 miles)
Recommended Places to Visit: Dolgoch Falls Centre for Alternative Technology Cader Idris Harlech Castle and many more...
Recommended Places to Eat Out: Indiana, Fairbourne Sea Breeze, Aberdyfi Riverside, Pennal
Local Sports: Sailing, golf, riding, sea & river fishing, quad biking, mountain biking, wind surfing, surfing, swimming
Aberdyfi is a lovely resort village that used to be (& still is) a fishing port. Llanfendigaid is in the countryside a little way north of Aberdyfi