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Trefan Holiday Cottage
Property: 5263 Gwynedd

Trefan Holiday Cottage - Cottage Courtyard

Sleeps: 5 + cot
Pets Allowed: Yes
Smoking Allowed: No

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  • Private & Secluded.
  • Close to local attractions.

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A recently refurbished Elizabethan stone cottage, with a huge inglenook fireplace. The accommodation comprises of one double bedroom and a second bedroom, which sleeps three.

There is a kitchen/diner and a sitting room, which also has a bed settee. The main bedroom as its own en-suite bathroom and toilet. There is also a toilet and shower room on the ground floor.

The cottage has an enclosed garden, which opens onto a large private estate. The grounds of the Trefan estate extend to 30 acres of pasture and woodland bordered by the river Dwyfor.

It is ideal for "wild" swimming and fishing. There are woodland walks and an abundance of wildlife, especially badgers. A pathway runs along the river all the way to the local village.

This property appears courtesy of ClickHolidayCottages.co.uk

Trefan Estate Grounds
Trefan Estate Grounds
River Dwyfor
River Dwyfor

Accommodation & Facilities

Sleeps: 5
Bedrooms: 2
Cot Available: Yes

Pets Allowed: Yes. 
Smoking Allowed: No. 

Linen Provided: Yes. Household Linen Provided

Central Heating: Yes.
Fuel type: Oil

Open Fire: Yes.  Fuel type: Wood

Disabled Facilities: No. 

Outdoor Facilities: Yes. Courtyard
Private Garden
BBQ Area
Picnic Table
Access to Estate Grounds & River (plus 2 rods)
2 complimentary bicycles available.

Local Services: Criccieth is a quaint seaside town and is just 1.5 miles away, with a geat selection of restaurants, pubs, shops, cafes and a health centre. A trip to Criccieth Castle gives excellent views across the bay and surrounding countryside and a visit to the famous Cadwalader's Ice Cream shop is a must.

Llanystumdwy is a small village just half a mile away from the holiday cottage. The village pub serves excellent food. It is the village where David Lloyd George, the British Prime Minister lived until he was 16. A museum dedicated to Lloyd George memorabilia is situated in the village.

Porthmadog is a costal town located nearby. It consists of bustling shops, cafes, pubs, The Welsh Highland Railway Station and a beautiful harbour.

Standard Rates

Jan 3rd to May 2nd £200 per week
May 2nd to May 9th £300 per week
May 9th to May 30th £250 per week
May 30th to June 27th £300 per week
June 27th to July 18th £400 per week
July 18th to Sept 12th £450 per week
Sept 12th to Oct 3rd £350 per week
Oct 3rd to Oct 10th £300 per week
Oct 10th to Oct 17th £250 per week
Oct 17th to Jan 2nd £200 per week


A55 (coming from the North)
At Bangor take A487 towards Caernarfon, after Bryncir follow signs for Criccieth.
A5 (coming from the South)
Take A494 (Bala), A4212 (towards Trawsfynedd), A470 (Porthmadog) there follow signs for Criccieth.
Once at Criccieth it is 1 mile further west along A497 (towards Pwllheli).
Turn off at Llanystumdwy and turn right immediately before bridge, then take next left down private road (signed Trefan Hall)

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