Seaside family holiday house in Porthmadog sleeping 11 near Snowdonia, for friends and family groups for short breaks and special occasions
Holiday Rental for Groups of Families and Friends. Rhydwenfa, Porthmadog, Gwynedd, North Wales, sleeps 5 - 11 in 5 bedrooms.
This 5 star family holiday house in Porthmadog offers the perfect location for multi generation families and friends to get together for a break by the sea or to celebrate a special occasion. Rhydwenfa is literally a minute away from the main street of cafes, pubs and shops and a short walk from the pretty harbour situated on the Glaslyn Estuary. It offers very comfortable and sociable living spaces and great accommodation for a mixed age group. The ground floor bedroom is convenient for anyone who can't manage too many stairs. Rhydwenfa is dog friendly.
Apart from being ideally placed for local facilities, the property enjoys spectacular Snowdonia views to the rear and pretty estuary views towards the bustling town and marina. A smart fully equipped kitchen diner includes a range and dishwasher with the added benefit of a separate utility room. The long dining table is a lovely spot for a chat over dinner before retiring to 1 of 2 sitting rooms for some wind down time. Both lounges have lovely Chesterfield sofas and TVs. The main living room has a wood stove and the top floor space a large picture window with spectacular views across the rooftops. The 2 outside seating areas work well for barbecues and summer evening drinks. There is plenty of off road parking and an on site EV charger too.
A range of accommodation includes 2 twins, 2 kings and a triple family room. These are all attractive spaces with vintage bedsteads and colourful soft furnishings. 3 rooms have en suites although there are also 2 shared family bathrooms.
Rhydwenfa is a fantastic choice for a multi generation family holiday with easy access to gorgeous North Wales beaches including Borth y Gest. Just a 15 minute walk away, this pretty little seaside village has a sheltered bay for safe bathing and family fun topped off by quaint tea rooms and a recommended bistro overlooking the harbour. The Welsh Highland Railway and Ffestiniog Railway run through Porthmadog, worth a trip to enjoy the beautiful countryside and to experience the rich maritime history of this corner of Gwynedd. The Snowdonia National Park is on the doorstep of Rhydwenfa for keen walkers who fancy climbing Snowdon or for adrenaline junkies who want to take on Zip World or Surf Snowdonia. A particularly special place to visit for dog lovers is Beddgelert to see the grave of the faithful hound Gelert, guaranteed to bring a tear to your eye and only a short drive from the house.