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Ty Gwair

Bethesda, North Wales
Original Cottages

This property is managed by our sister brand Original Cottages info_outline

Sleeps 7
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 3
Change Sat
No Dogs
4
star
Parking on site / nearby
Highchair available
Towels included
Family friendly
Fishing on site / nearby
Internet access
Working farm
Hot Tub
EV Charging
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Shop nearby
Pub nearby
Beach within easy reach
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At a glance

  • Admire some of Eryri - Snowdonia’s best scenery from your own private hot tub
  • Eco-conscious barn conversion with solar panels and a ground-source heat pump
  • Accommodating all of the family with triple bedroom that’s perfect for kids
Property code: OC-WAG569

A perfect family getaway in the heart of Eryri (The Snowdonia National Park). This three-bedroom holiday home is a wonderfully positioned property with so many local attractions within close reach. A must for the adventurous is the extremely popular Zip World at Penrhyn Quarry (1.5 miles), and of course Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon) just a few miles away. Venture to Llyn Padarn (7.5 miles), a stunning glacially formed lake, perfect for watersports, with paddleboard and kayak rental and lessons, wild swimming, or simply have a walk around whilst admiring the scenery. The nearby Ogwen valley is perfect for walking in the mountains, whilst a cycleway runs all the way down to Port Penrhyn near Bangor. Enjoy a stop at the local farm shop and cafe on your way. For a more relaxing visit try the National Trusts Penrhyn Castle, the train up Snowdon or along the shores of Llyn Padarn, a visit to the magnificent Caernarfon castle, or, ideal for the kids, Greenwood adventure park.

Standing alone amongst green fields and beautiful scenery, this attractive barn conversion is ready to receive you and your guests. The property has been designed with a clean and contemporary style throughout, always ensuring that comfort is the number one priority for every room. Enter onto the ground floor where you’ll find a sunny lounge/diner with quality Welsh slate tiles. This room has been decked out with a squashy L-shaped sofa that’s a joy to sink into, a Sky TV/DVD in way of entertainment and a generous dining table. From here you can enjoy direct access into the conservatory, a well-illuminated room with floor-to-ceiling windows and plenty of seating – take a seat here and simply admire the view. Heading back through the lounge you’ll find a compact kitchen with plenty of space for getting prepped. Completing the ground floor offering is a generously appointed double bedroom with a unique addition of a shower cubicle in the room, alongside an adjacent cloakroom with ground floor WC. You can find two further bedrooms just upstairs on the first floor. The master bedroom has been made up as a lovely double with far-reaching views and the added bonus of an en-suite. The third and final bedroom is a triple room with three single beds, perfect for younger guests, and is served by a shared family bathroom.

Benefit from the masses of space that surrounds you when making full use of the gardens. Set to lawn and complete with patio furniture, this garden space offers you the unrivalled opportunity to soak up far-reaching views of Snowdonia and beyond. Sink into your 7-seater hot tub to ease aching muscles and admire the hills and mountains you’ve just climbed.

  • 3 bedrooms – 2 doubles, 1 triple bedroom
  • 2 bathrooms – 1 shared bathroom with bath and WC, 1 en-suite with shower and WC, 1 additional WC on ground floor, 1 additional shower cubicle in ground floor bedroom
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, large fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine
  • Welcome pack included
  • Highchair and stairgate available
  • Underfloor heating
  • Solar panels and ground-source heat pump
  • Sky TV/DVD (basic package only)
  • Lawn with patio furniture and 7-seater hot tub
  • Storage for bikes
  • Pub and shop 1 mile, beach 5 miles
  • Electric vehicle charging on site
  • Arrival: 16:00 onwards
  • Departure: before 10:00
  • Sorry, no dogs allowed

Jacky McMahon

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

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 20 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Stefan, 21st July 2024

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Reviewed by Lisa, 10th June 2024

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We were so lucky to find Ty Gwair. In such a beautiful location. A real home from home. The owner is a lovely lady, very helpful and extremely knowledgeable about the area. There is so much to do we will have to go back for another holiday soon we hope.

Reviewed by Cari, 15th April 2024

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We very much enjoyed our stay at Ty Gwair. There was good space for our party of six adults. The cottage was well equipped. Three bathrooms was very handy! We enjoyed using the hot tub in the afternoons/evenings even though the weather wasn't that great. The view of the mountains from the garden and conservatory is spectacular. It was a great base Read morefor visiting Eryri, Bangor, Caernarfon and Anglesey. We had some lovely walks in the area. The little Tesco in Bethesda is well stocked and handy. Owner was lovely and welcoming. There was a lovely welcome pack for us on arrival. Hide

Reviewed by Nikki, 7th April 2024

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Absolutely loved it here. Views were stunning, many evenings spent watching the sun go down over the mountains in conservatory. Very well laid out, there were 7 of us staying and we could all find space to ourselves if required. The lady that owns the house is just lovely. Would highly recommend this place.

Reviewed by Chris, 18th February 2024

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Very nice cottage which was warm and gave us the space we needed, We appreciated the milk, eggs, tea and bara brith in the cottage when we arrived. Peaceful and good location to explore the Llyn peninsularand north west Wales.

Reviewed by Vincent, 15th November 2023

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Reviewed by Jan, 24th September 2023

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Excellent cottage to explore North West Wales from. Clean, cosy and welcoming with an excellent selection of welcome goodies on arrival. Have already recommended to family and friends.

Reviewed by Anne, 17th September 2023

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Reviewed by Carolyn, 28th August 2023

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Reviewed by Rachel, 13th August 2023

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Perfect location for exploring Snowdonia and North Wales. Well equipped property and the hot tub was a real bonus.

Reviewed by Lynda, 6th August 2023

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Reviewed by Stefanie, 30th July 2023

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Reviewed by Jane, 9th July 2023

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The property was in a great location to explore beautiful Wales. We visited Anglesey a couple of times and climbed Snowdon. Stunning waterfall on Watkin path. Great walks from the property. Val (owner) was very welcoming and easily contacted if needed.

Reviewed by Alan, 14th May 2023

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Your administration was good and comprehensive. The owner of Ty Gwair takes great pride to include information and maps of the locality. As we were visiting with a car/trailer the parking provision was excellent and exactly what we expected when we booked. The conservatory's 180 degree mountain view is excellent for a visitor from flat country. IfRead more there is a minor criticism it is that the kitchen is a little dark (bulbs like those in the two standards in the living room would correct this). We would also have appreciated a small foldable table and chairs for two in the conservatory to have breakfast with the view. Night ventilation/security could be better for the ground floor bedroom where only a full opening door is available. Hide

Reviewed by Claire, 8th May 2023

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Our cottage was perfect for us, the owner was lovely and friendly. We loved the welcome pack she left for us. Thank you Val!

Reviewed by Nathan, 17th March 2023

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Reviewed by John, 26th February 2023

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Reviewed by Richard, 10th September 2022

Fantastic views and lovely host. Great location for exploring North Wales and Anglesey.

Reviewed by Stefanie, 28th August 2022

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A wonderful stay in this beautiful cottage with breathtaking views across the mountains! Amazing location for exploring Anglesey and Snowdonia! Hot tub was perfect too for evening soaks.

Reviewed by Emmalene, 21st August 2022

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Ty Gwair was a perfect holiday cottage with everything you would need and more.

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