Terms & Conditions
A £100 deposit is required on all bookings with the balance due a month in advance of arrival.
Dogs are welcome but must not be left in the cottage unattended.
Children under the age of 16 are not allowed in the gym and must be accompanied by a responsible adult in the swimming pool
Changeover days are Friday and Saturday depending on the property
Type Self Catering
Sleeps 2 - 8
£250 - £1200 per week
Relax and unwind in cottages on a working dairy farm, 1.5 miles from the market town of Pwllheli on the Lleyn Peninsula.
Indoor pool, sauna, jacuzzi, gym, tennis court, games room, trampoline and a pets corner all await you. Weekly BBQ in the summer.
All the comforts of home with added WiFi in each cottage. Ideal location for coastal path, beaches, Snowdonia, golf courses, horse riding, castles etc.
CROESO I GWYNFRYN
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Additional Directions Information
Entering Pwllheli on the A499 passing BP garage on the right-hand side, carry on down the hill to the roundabout. Straight through roundabout – follow the road round but bear right (ignore the through traffic sign) up the High Street. At the end of the High Street with Lloyds Bank on the left, turn right (again ignoring the through traffic sign) and bear left up the hill with Salem Chapel on the right. At the top of the hill keep left at ‘Y’ junction, then down hill pass terrace on the left, over a little bridge – 2 white cottages on either side of hill. Come to a sharp left bend and we are the first turning on the left with a public footpath sign pointing down the lane.
Entering Pwllheli from the A497, travel along Abererch Road until you reach the roundabout. Turn left at roundabout follow the road round, bear right up the High Street (ignore the through traffic sign) and follow instructions as above.
If you are using a satellite navigation device (e.g. Garmin, TomTom or similar), please make sure you follow the BEST ROUTE above as some SatNav devices advise you to turn right down a single track route BEFORE reaching Pwllheli!
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