Pair of cottages sleeping up to 16 for seaside holidays with families and friends near Snowdonia National Park
Holiday Rental for Groups of Families and Friends. Bryn Gwyn and Tegfryn, Borth y Gest, North Wales, sleeps 6 - 16 in 8 bedrooms.
Sleeps 8 to 16 in 2 cottages
Bryn Gwyn sleeps 8 (+ cot)
Tegfryn sleeps 8 (+ cot)
Bryn Gwyn & Tegfryn are an adjoining pair of beautifully presented character holiday cottages enjoying spectacular sea views across Tremadog Bay to the Snowdonia Mountains beyond, awarded 5 stars by the Welsh Tourist Board.
The cottages were constructed around 1900 in the beautiful and unspoilt coastal village of Borth y Gest, North Wales. Borth y Gest is situated on the Llyn Peninsula and a stones throw from the Snowdonia National Park.
The immaculate cottages have been recently renovated and equipped to a very high standard, providing excellent accommodation for a total of 16 adults (plus 2 cots) across 8 bedrooms.
In each cottage, the spacious living accommodation comprises:
•large kitchen/ diner
•front lounge with flat-screen TV, DVD & wood burner
•rear sitting room with flat-screen TV, DVD & games console
Across the two cottages there are 8 bedrooms in total: two kings with en suite, two doubles, two twins and two bunk rooms. All the bedrooms are at first floor level. There is also a family bathroom upstairs in each cottage.
Outside, a balcony and front garden provide a glorious coastal vista across Tremadog Bay to the Snowdonia Mountains beyond. All the rooms to the front of the houses benefit from these unobstructed views.
This is an ideal base for those seeking a relaxing beach holiday or one full of outdoor activities.
Idyllic sandy beaches are within a short walking distance along the beautiful coastal path which leads directly from Borth y Gest.
A short walk to the east takes you to the popular harbour town of Porthmadog with a wide range of shops, cafes and pubs.
Parc y Borth nature reserve is directly to the rear of Bryn Gwyn & Tegfryn. It is a deciduous woodland dominated by ancient Welsh oaks. An extensive network of paths lead through the wood to the top of a crag with magnificent views of the Glaslyn and Dwyryd estuaries.
Please note that Bryn Gwyn & Tegfryn cannot to be used for parties. The houses are in a peaceful village location with neighbours on either side.