Ty Cwtch

Dolgellau, Snowdonia & the Lleyn Peninsula

  • Within walking distance of all the shops and pubs in the cobbled streets of Dolgellau, this Victorian cottage has been thoughtfully renovated with many luxurious touches and even has its own courtyard with garden furniture.

You can book this property from:

  • £320 per week
  • £46 per night
  • 4 Guests
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • No Pets
  • WiFi
  • No Private Parking

Features

Beds & bedrooms

  • Bed linen provided
  • 1 double bed
  • 2 bunk beds

Kitchen

  • Washing machine

Bathrooms

  • 1 bathroom
  • 1 WC
  • Towels provided
  • Bath
  • Shower

Families

  • Family friendly
  • Travel cot
  • Highchair
  • Stairgate

Outdoors

  • Garden, courtyard or patio
  • Enclosed garden
  • Outdoor storage
  • On-street parking

How far to ...?

  • Beach 10 miles
  • Pub 0.1 miles
  • Shop 0.1 miles

Special Features

  • Open fire or woodburner
  • Welcome pack

Nearby activities

  • Walking
  • Cycling

Important - please note

House Rules

  • Check in: 4pm
  • Check out: 10am

Description

This beautiful two bedroom Victorian cottage is situated on a quiet lane in Dolgellau, just a short walk to local shops, restaurants and pubs. The cottage has been lovingly restored with many luxury touches to provide the perfect holiday cottage from which to explore Snowdonia National Park and all it has to offer.

Ty Cwtch ('Safe Place' - also known as Isallt) has pretty much everything you need for a luxury self-catering holiday in North Wales - a starter stock of tea, coffee and sugar, WiFi and large flat screen 4K HD smart TV, crisp cotton bed linen and fluffy white towels. The cottage is also very baby friendly - providing essentials such as a travel cot, high chair, baby bouncing chair, changing mat, baby play mat, steriliser, mini food processor, toddler step-up and toddler toilet training seat. There is a fixed stair gate at the top of the stairs for added peace of mind when bringing young children and there is even secure storage for prams and bikes. The cottage is arranged over three floors and is decorated and furnished to a very high standard including hand painted furniture and bespoke soft furnishings.

Ground Floor:

Entrance Hall: with coat hooks and staircase to the first floor.

Living Room: Open-plan room with stripped pine floorboards and wood burning stove, comfortable sofas and armchair, large flatscreen 4K smart TV, DVD player and a selection of DVDs, CD player/radio/iPod docking station, board games and books; folding dining table and chairs for up to six people. Stairs (with door at the top) lead down to the former cellar:

Lower Ground Floor:

Kitchen: a delightful kitchen, very well equipped, with electric fan oven, grill and ceramic hob, microwave, fridge with 3* icebox, washing machine, breakfast bar with two stools. Please note the kitchen has beamed a ceiling with low headroom, so could be slightly awkward for those who are very tall.

Utility room: possibly the prettiest we have seen! Plenty of space to store bikes, push chairs, golf clubs, rucksacks and boots - there is direct access to this room down a short flight of steps from the lane.

First Floor:

Bedroom 1: is decorated in a vintage style with pretty ditsy curtains plus Roman blackout blind and has a lovely comfortable iron double bed in keeping with the decor with a luxurious pocket sprung mattress.

Bedroom 2: has full-size bunk beds.

Both bedrooms have crisp cotton bed linen with vintage patchwork quilt covers/throws if required. Fluffy white cotton towels are also supplied.

Bathroom: very well-appointed, with bath with 'rainwater' style shower and a separate body rinser, sink and WC, heated towel rail. Hand soap and toilet roll are provided.

Outisde: to the rear, accessed via a stable door from the kitchen, is a small enclosed courtyard with garden furniture.

Parking: There is no parking immediately outside the cottage (the lane is fairly narrow) but there is on-street parking just yards from the front door around the corner.

The owners are passionate walkers and mountain bikers, so you will find plenty of books and maps to use during your stay. Dolgellau is a popular, historic market town offering excellent local facilities and a good, central base for touring South Snowdonia mountains, lakes and coastline.

Electricity, central heating and WiFi included; one basket of logs supplied

Bed linen and towels provided

Strictly no smoking please.

Reviews

This is an ideal little house from which to visit all the great attractions in North and Mid Wales. Perfectly situated in walking distance of the centre of Dolgellau but lovely and quiet too. Very well equipped and great communication with the manager and owner.

Mrs Sue Carey,

Location

Area Information

LOCAL AREA
Dolgellau is an ancient market town with over 200 listed buildings, supposedly the highest density in Wales. The name Dolgellau, pronounced Dol-geth-lie, is thought to derive from the words "dol" meaning "meadow" and "(y) gelli" meaning "grove" or "spinney" giving the translation "Meadow of Groves". King Arthur and his knights were said to roam freely in the area and held court at the mighty peak Cader Idris, also known as the Seat of Arthur.

Dolgellau is the perfect base to explore Snowdonia National Park. There's plenty of things to do whatever the weather - walking, mountain biking, whitewater rafting, kayaking, forest playgrounds, the Centre for Alternative Technology and King Arthur's Labyrinth.

Dolgellau is great for exploring the beaches of North Wales - there is a popular beach at Barmouth and quieter Blue Flag beach at Fairbourne, both about 15 minutes drive along the Mawddach estuary. A steam engine runs from Fairbourne as well. And it's only a short drive to wonderful Portmeirion and Harlech Castle.

There's a great choice of places to eat in and around Dolgellau. From friendly cafes to pubs with blazing fires and gourmet restaurants noted for their quality and use of fresh, local ingredients. Try Welsh Black Beef, local sea bass or sewin, freshly baked Bara Brith, Welsh cakes and honey buns. You could even drink in the old courthouse or Owain Glyndwr's parliament building.

OUR TOP THINGS TO DO
Do the Panoramic Walk and the Torrent Walk, both easy on the legs and great views, download maps from Snowdonia National Park.

Enjoy a cooked breakfast at Yr Hen Efail - friendly, clean and fantastic food.

Make it a full Gourmet Getaway with dinner at Y Meirionnydd - lovely little bar and great restaurant in the cellar
cross the estuary from Barmouth to Fairbourne along the wooden railway bridge.

Visit Coed y Brenin - great for mountain biking and Go Ape climbing of course, but also a good visotor centre and cafe.