View from the garden up the estuary
Light and spacious open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner
Well-equipped kitchen area
Table for two
View down the estuary
Relaxing double bedroom with estuary views
Take and invigorating shower
Enjoy an alfresco start to the day
View from the garden up the estuary
Steps down to the property
View towards the property
1 / 11  View from the garden up the estuary
2 / 11  Light and spacious open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner
3 / 11  Well-equipped kitchen area
4 / 11  Table for two
5 / 11  View down the estuary
6 / 11  Relaxing double bedroom with estuary views
7 / 11  Take and invigorating shower
8 / 11  Enjoy an alfresco start to the day
9 / 11  View from the garden up the estuary
10 / 11  Steps down to the property
11 / 11  View towards the property

Estuary Cliff Top,

Dolgellau (3mls NW), North Wales
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
No Dogs
4
star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Complex of properties
Internet access
Pub nearby
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Romantic getaway on the cliffs edge over the Mawddach Estuary
  • Pretty garden with stunning waterside and mountain views
  • Perfect paradise for relaxing or an active break in Southern Snowdonia
  • Located just 3.5 miles from Dolgellau, 4.5 miles from Barmouth, both with shops, pubs, attractions and events
  • Go fishing, walking, boating or raise your adrenaline at Surf Snowdonia and Zip World
  • An exceptional location to explore Snowdonia National Park and North Wales

 

Property code: 51583

Single storey waterside property with superb estuary and mountain views set in Snowdonia National Park. A romantic getaway to relax, visit attractions and discover North Wales and its culture.

Imposing stone chapel, refurbished in 2017, in elevated position with panoramic views. One of two properties overlooking the Mawddach Estuary and the majestic Cadair Idris range. Located near Bontddu village with Dolgellau town 3.5 miles in the East and the seaside resort of Barmouth 4.5 miles in the West, both offer a wide range of independent shops, cafe’s, pubs, restaurants and attractions to enjoy. Within half a mile, crossing the estuary by the wooden toll bridge, there is the RSPB site and pub offering culinary delights and local beers. The National Park has an abundance of footpaths and cycle routes from gentle strolls to challenging climbs, enjoy kayaking, river and sea fishing or visit Coed-y-Brenin, Zip World and Surf Snowdonia. With a plethora of museums, galleries, historic sites such as Harlech Castle and Portmeirion to name but 2, there is always something to see and do.

As you take the steps to the left of this imposing chapel, down to the entrance you will no doubt stop and embrace the view. The hallway leads to the light and airy open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner with well-equipped kitchen with electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher and all the equipment you need if you decide to eat in. The dining table is well positioned by the window with stunning views as you enjoy a meal and plan your holiday activities. Relax in the lounge taking in the view, reading a book or watching TV before you go to retire to the cosy double bedroom. Start the day with an invigorating shower in the shower room with shower and WC and enjoy breakfast in the garden.

Outside there is a slate gravel terrace with furniture and mature shrubs, perfect for alfresco dining, relaxing and embracing the wonderful surroundings and views. Cyclists can lock their cycles to railings at the top of the property. Parking for one car at the front of the property.

  • 1 bedroom - double
  • 1 Shower room
  • Electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, microwave, washing machine and dishwasher
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Bedlinen and towels provided
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Parking for one car
  • Regret no smoking
  • Regret no pets
  • Beach 4.5 miles, shop 3.5 miles and pub within walking distance
  • TV

This property joined our collection in 2017 and is managed by Laura.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 13 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4.5
Overall equipment
4.2
Overall comfort
4
Overall location
4.3

Reviewed by Barry, 13th October 2019

Great location for seeing mid/north wales ! Quiet dispite being on a busy road thick walks mean you dont hear traffic !

Reviewed by Paul, 20th September 2019

lovely place to stay, fantastic views, will go again, we had no problems with the parking.

Reviewed by Kay, 23rd August 2019

Lovely views which we enjoyed mainly from the garden, as we were lucky with the weather! Next to a busy road, which should be taken into account but not be off-putting, as I understand the owner is upgrading the parking, the verges are adequate to walk along and inside there is no noise. The walking from the door is great-well worth investigating rRead moreoutes and getting a map. We walked to Barmouth and hired bikes overnight to return along the cycleway. The pub at Penmaenpool serves a good meal. Hide

Reviewed by Kathleen, 19th July 2019

Lovely location and outlook. Set on a busy road so care needed. Very clean and comfortable.

Reviewed by David, 12th July 2019

This must be the property and patio that gives top views of the river and Cader Idris. Parking even for a nimble car driver could be tricky. There are gaps in fast traffic that allow parking inside white lines. Access to the car is safe when parked. Easy lay-by for turning available both before and after property.

Reviewed by Alex, 1st June 2019

We had a lovely week in North Wales. The cottage is in a idyllic location and the view is outstanding. The cottage had all the facilities we needed and was very comfy. There is a pub within walking distance and an amazing restaurant (Mawdach Restaurant) just down the road. The owner does a lovely touch with some welsh cakes, tea & coffee and 1 pintRead more of milk (in fridge) on arrival. We weren't expecting this but a very welcome touch after a long drive. Cannot recommend highly enough! Hide

Reviewed by Sarah E, 8th May 2019

The cottage itself is excellent with good views and very quiet. The only downside is the parking. If the other property is not being used then the parking next to the building is not bad. Great care needs to be taken when pulling away and parking there.

Reviewed by June, 26th April 2019

great location for exploring the surrounding area

Reviewed by Rebecca, 18th April 2019

Lovely property with stunning views over the estuary and a lovely sunny garden to sit out in. However, the parking is extremely tight for two vehicles and is a bit tight to get the cars off the road.

Reviewed by Mike, 29th March 2019

Lovely, well-equipped old property (but well modernised). 13 steps down from the road so perhaps not suitable for those with a mobility issue. A wide car might struggle to get fully off the road (fold wind mirrors in!).

Reviewed by Helen, 2nd March 2019

A lovely cosy cottage for two, fantastic setting with ever changing views over the estuary. The cottage has everything you need for a comfortable stay. The cottage is positioned right on the main road but was not noisy or busy at this time of year. Lots to see in the area with amazing scenery.

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