Views towards the lodge
Rustic yet luxurious
Morning coffee and plan your days activities
Enjoy a hearty breakfast
View towards the property and decked area
The perfect spot to enjoy a cup of tea and gaze at the view
Coastal views from the village
Views toward Barmouth and the Mawddach Estuary
Explore Aberdovey during your stay
Comfy bed for that perfect nights sleep
Fall out of bed and straight out on to the deck
Snuggle up for the night
Compact and very well-equipped
Shower room facilities
Modern and functional
Spectacular coastline
Rugged views on a hazy winters day
Views from the beach as dusk
Views from your windows and on your walls
North Wales at its most beautiful
1 / 20  Views towards the lodge
2 / 20  Rustic yet luxurious
3 / 20  Morning coffee and plan your days activities
4 / 20  Enjoy a hearty breakfast
5 / 20  View towards the property and decked area
6 / 20  The perfect spot to enjoy a cup of tea and gaze at the view
7 / 20  Coastal views from the village
8 / 20  Views toward Barmouth and the Mawddach Estuary
9 / 20  Explore Aberdovey during your stay
10 / 20  Comfy bed for that perfect nights sleep
11 / 20  Fall out of bed and straight out on to the deck
12 / 20  Snuggle up for the night
13 / 20  Compact and very well-equipped
14 / 20  Shower room facilities
15 / 20  Modern and functional
16 / 20  Spectacular coastline
17 / 20  Rugged views on a hazy winters day
18 / 20  Views from the beach as dusk
19 / 20  Views from your windows and on your walls
20 / 20  North Wales at its most beautiful

Hazel Hut,

Aberdovey (8.5mls N), North Wales
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
No Dogs
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Log Cabin / Lodge
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Unique timber and slate property in elevated position with rural and sea views
  • Listen to the waves of the sea and countryside birds in the garden
  • Cosy retreat with quirky features such as the ‘gin and tonic’ hatch to the garden deck
  • Located in Llwyngwril with just a short stroll down to the beach and shop
  • Aberdovey, Tywyn, Machynleth, Fairbourne and Dolgellau are all just a short drive
  • Perfect to explore North Wales coast, Snowdonia National Park, the Dyfi and Mawddach Estuaries
Property code: 49461

A quirky cosy couples retreat, set in an elevated position commanding unrivalled countryside and sea views. Perfect for exploring Snowdonia National Park and the coast and countryside in North Wales.

A stroll from this unusual and welcoming property takes you to the shop and beach or head to one of the nearby towns and villages for a host of attractions, shops and restaurants to enjoy. Take the water taxi to Barmouth, a steam train ride on the Tallylyn Narrow-gauge Historic Railway or discover life underground in Corris Slate Mines. Play a round of golf in coastal Aberdovey, visit the Ynys-Hir RSPB reserve or the pretty waterfall at Dolgoch Falls. There is a plethora of footpaths and cycle routes in Snowdonia National Park, along the Dyfi and Mawddach estuaries and the miles of sandy beaches along Cardigan Bay coast to discover.

Walk up the slate steps to deck with artificial grass leading to front door. As you open the door to the open-plan studio style accommodation you will see it is home from home with a cosy wood burner, with ornate reclaimed fireplace, 1 double bed and TV with DVD/Blu-ray. The birdcage dining table with matching chairs is perfect for a romantic dinner for two or a hearty breakfast to set you up for the day. There are 2 comfy directors chairs that fold away so you can sit and enjoy the view or kick back and relax with a movie. The kitchen area caters for all your needs with the little extras alongside the electric oven and hob, microwave and fridge/freezer. Whilst you are in the kitchen let the sunshine in and open the French doors on to the decking and listen to the sounds of the waves and birdsong. After a full day out make the most of the large shower, drying off with fluffy towels and retire to the double bed with freshly laundered linen and decadently watch TV.

Outside on the decking you will find the BBQ, bistro table and chairs to make the most of the stunning rural and sea views. If you are keen on cycling and canoeing there is a secure bicycle and canoe store available. Ample parking. The property is located next to the owner's accommodation but privacy is assured.

  • 1 double bed
  • Shower room with shower and WC
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave and fridge/freezer
  • Washing machine available on request
  • Electric and electric heating provided
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Regret no smoking (or on the grounds)
  • Regret no pets
  • Beach and shop walking distance
  • Bicycle and canoe store available
  • TV and DVD/Blu-ray player
  • Regret no children 

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


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 21 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Carina, 20th July 2019

Spectacular views of the see and farming hills. Rustic and quirky, comfortable accommodation with eveything you could need. Gorgeous deck with lovely views. Note there is no WiFi and mobile signal is patchy. Note the path from the carpark to the hut is steep and there are steep steps up to the hut.

Reviewed by Suzanne, 23rd June 2019

Beautiful Cottage with amazing views and everything you need for a holiday get away! Cosy and a perfect place to rest your legs. A really friendly owner. Suzy and Josh - Norwich

Reviewed by Kristina, 24th May 2019

We absolutely loved the little house we got. Far away from the owners for privacy, but few steps down the bath if you need them. The welcome was very warm, and the goodbye was not forgotten. If we have another chance we will definitely be returning.

Reviewed by Gillian, 11th May 2019

Enjoyed every minute. Hazel hut was just right for our weeks stay. The lo cation was perfect to travel by train to nearby towns and the views from the hut was spectacular. We will definitely be back.

Reviewed by Chris, 3rd May 2019

Lovely location, with a sea view. Easy and safe parking Very quiet location Derek is a great guy who is there if you need help or information, but leaves you alone. Very private

Reviewed by Marjorie, 28th April 2019

Hazel hut is a quirky gem. Clean, well equipped, comfortable, warm and with a view of the sea, what more could you want? The friendly owner makes you welcome but doesnt intrude. The area is easy to explore on the Cambrian line train, which stops in the village. Delightful!

Reviewed by Alistair, 12th April 2019

To say this place was perfect for us is not overselling it. Its quiet and there are fantastic views from the little balcony area. Barmouth is only 20 mins away on the train <1 every 2 hours> which was really convenient for our needs. Hazel Hut had everything we could ask for and was hosted perfectly.

Reviewed by Jane, 3rd April 2019

The cottage is very cute - we got quite attached to it! Owners have managed to think of pretty much everything you could need; and have used the compact space well. Views are lovely. Woke to find sheep in the garden; lots of lovely birds. Would definitely go back.

Reviewed by Dan, 14th March 2019

It was the perfect place for a quiet get away. Beautiful remote location. Local pub was shut which is a shame. Will go again.

Reviewed by Peter, 11th February 2019

The cottage was very well prepared for us more than I expected

Reviewed by Michelle, 24th January 2019

Beautiful little hut. It was well equipped. We loved the log burner the place was warm and cosy. The owner was very friendly and accommodating. Thank you for a lovely break

Reviewed by Bastiaan, 30th November 2018

Idyllic getaway with all the amenities. The cottage is small but fully kitted out in terms of the kitchen and the two electric units kept us toasty in the winter weather with squalls being driven in from the Irish Sea. It has lots of unique little touches which makes you feel special. The surrounding area is beautiful with great walks nearby. DerekRead more was very helpful and friendly. Hide

Reviewed by Louise, 25th September 2018

Absolutely charming accommodation. Very well equipped with all the essentials. Set in a lovely garden,lots of wild birds to watch. The owner was very welcoming and obviously cares that all guests are comfortable and happy with their stay, without being intrusive.

Reviewed by Magdalena, 21st September 2018

What more could you wish for! Beautiful views over the sea, located in a very colorful village (we were lucky to be visiting during their annual Yarnbombing). Plenty to see in the area. And the house itself is really cosy and welcoming and the kitchen is so well equppied I would say better than mine :) Overall 5 stars all roound!!

Reviewed by Jennifer, 31st August 2018

Beautiful location. Perfect break away for a couple.

Reviewed by Sandra, 24th August 2018

A lovely cottage, very clean & welcoming, views are beautiful the owner was very helpful, loads of good walks, town very limited but fishbourne 5 mins away by car with Spar, Bar & Grill, Fish n Chips theres a miniature steam railway 9.80 adult but can be used for the day a boat ferry 2 ea to Barmouth which we loved, Port Meirion, Snowdon (good to bRead moreook in advance of your holiday as gets busy) we missed out ! All approx 1 1/2 hours away. No WiFi but very relaxing & peaceful ! Hide

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Views towards the lodge
Rustic yet luxurious
Morning coffee and plan your days activities
Enjoy a hearty breakfast
View towards the property and decked area
The perfect spot to enjoy a cup of tea and gaze at the view
Coastal views from the village
Views toward Barmouth and the Mawddach Estuary
Explore Aberdovey during your stay
Comfy bed for that perfect nights sleep
Fall out of bed and straight out on to the deck
Show 8 moreSnuggle up for the night


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