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Dining area, with doors leading to the patio and beautiful views
The view from the cottage
Welcoming interiors
Lounge detail
Super-king bedroom, with doors leading to the patio and en-suite shower room
Selection of books to choose from in the hallway
Double bedroom
Freshly laundered bedding
Spacious king-size bedroom with Jack and Jill bathroom
Jack and Jill bathroom
The property is located in the beautiful Snowdonia National Park
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Dyfi View

Aberdovey (2mls W), North Wales
Sleeps 7
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 2
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 2
4 star
Waterside views
Enclosed garden / patio
Internet access
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • A fabulous property to get away from it all, with far reaching views across Dyfi Estuary
  • Detached bungalow overlooking Dyfi River to Ynys Las nature reserve
  • The property  is ideally situated within Snowdonia National Park providing walking, water sports, boating and fishing opportunities.
Property code: DYFIV

This spacious detached bungalow provides comfortable and quiet accommodation overlooking the Dyfi River to Ynys Las nature reserve, and is a short drive to the popular seaside harbour town of Aberdovey with its colourful buildings, restaurants and beautiful sandy beaches.

Perfect for families this property is ideally situated within Snowdonia National Park to explore the coast and countryside of North and West Wales providing opportunities for walking, swimming, water sports, boating and fishing. Why not take a journey on the steam railway to Dolgogh waterfalls and Tal-y-Llyn Lake. There are a range of attractions nearby including Ynys Hir nature reserve, the Dyfi Opsrey project, the Centre of Alternative Technology with cliff railway, King Arthurs Labyrinth, the slate mines, the Museum of Modern Art Wales and the Owain Glyndwr Centre to name but a few.

Approached via a steep single track private road, you enter the property via the wrap-around balcony, into the main hallway. To your right you will find a light lounge space with double sofa bed, TV/DVD and patio doors leading onto the balcony. To your left from the entrance hallway, you can access the lovely dining room which also benefits from patio doors onto the balcony, making the most of the spectacular estuary views. Beyond this is the well-equipped kitchen, with electric oven and gas hob, microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. There is also a useful utility room with a washing machine. Continuing along the main corridor, you will find a family bathroom to your left, followed by four bedrooms with linen and towels included for your stay.

Outside there is an enclosed, private paved garden with furniture. A perfect place to sit back, relax and admire the views with family and friends. There is ample parking to the front of the property.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • Four bedrooms- 1 super-king size with en-suite shower, WC and patio doors leading to external paved area,1 king-size, 1 double and 1single
  • Sleeps 7+2
  • Lounge with double sofa bed
  • Bathroom with shower over bath
  • Kitchen with electric oven and gas hob, microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer
  • Utility room with washing machine
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Private water supply - bringing bottled water is recommended
  • 2 dogs welcome
  • Parking for 2 small cars
  • Beach, shop and pub 2.5miles
  • Please note that the access road to the property is uneven and there are pot holes

 

 

 

Laura Southern

This property is personally managed by Laura.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 12 guest ratings

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Reviewed by P 23rd October 2021

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A comfortable and well equipped house with a lovely view and a terrace to sit out on admiring the view. The only thing I think people need to know is that it is two or 3 miles outside of Aberdovey.

Reviewed by Kevin 18th September 2021

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We were a party of 8 (inc an infant) and two dogs. The property was clean and had everything we needed for our group. It is situated in a lovely part of the world and close to some of the best beaches I have ever visited. The road up to it is a bit of a pain being heavily potholed. You are only a couple of miles outside Aberdovey but it's not practRead moreical to walk there as there are no pavements and the road is not safe for walking/running. Overall it's a comfortable house for 7 people plus dogs. Hide

Reviewed by Steve 7th August 2021

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Great location, though road is shocking but that isn't the fault of the owners. The space is great, views excellent. but the property is a little tired and needs a little tlc. But if this doesn't worry you, then it is a good place to stay.

Reviewed by lee 31st July 2021

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Great place to stay lovely view and amazing value for money loved it

Reviewed by Jacqueline 26th June 2021

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Lovely view ,comfortable cottage ,shame about road going to it .

Reviewed by Joanne 19th June 2021

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Comfortable home with great views from the patio in a little sun trap. In need of some minor maintenance work. Access road is very steep and rutted.

Reviewed by Jaime 29th May 2021

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Great location, we loved the area and so much to explore. The property was perfect for us as a base, especially with two dogs. Ospreys flying overhead and the view was really very special.

Reviewed by Phill 22nd May 2021

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Access road to cottage is in poor condition and steep, car required, however cottage is very good value for money and the views from the terrace are outstanding.

Reviewed by Felicia 15th May 2021

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Its a beautiful place to stay. We were very comfortable. Its advisable to take bottles of water as the main supply is from the springs and although it is filtered, it is a pale brown. All the water supplies in that area come from springs. It is apparently harmless. We had a lovely time and would go back there again to stay. We though it was very coRead moremfortable and the cost reasonable. Hide

Reviewed by Struan 5th September 2020

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A great location with a beautiful view. Just a short drive into Aberdyfi with all its facilities. We explored the area and further afield to the national botanical garden of Wales. The accomodation was every thing we expected. Thankyou

Reviewed by Carol 22nd August 2020

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The cottage is lovely with great views over the estuary but the road to it is very steep and needs re surfacing. Only two and a half mile to Aberdovey.

Reviewed by John 15th August 2020

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Dining area, with doors leading to the patio and beautiful views
The view from the cottage
Welcoming interiors
Lounge detail
Super-king bedroom, with doors leading to the patio and en-suite shower room
Show 8 moreSelection of books to choose from in the hallway

Location

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