Open-plan lounge/kitchen, close to the sea
Relax on the comfy sofa
Light the fire for cosy nights in
Well-equipped kitchen area
Natural light floods in
Time for coffee and biscuits
Contemporary garden
Listen to the rill at the bottom of the garden
Freshly laundered linen and soft towels
Spacious double bedroom
Compact shower room
Relax in the garden
Explore the Dyfi Estuary
Visit Aberdovey
Tal y Lyn lake and the Cader range
1 / 15  Open-plan lounge/kitchen, close to the sea
2 / 15  Relax on the comfy sofa
3 / 15  Light the fire for cosy nights in
4 / 15  Well-equipped kitchen area
5 / 15  Natural light floods in
6 / 15  Time for coffee and biscuits
7 / 15  Contemporary garden
8 / 15  Listen to the rill at the bottom of the garden
9 / 15  Freshly laundered linen and soft towels
10 / 15  Spacious double bedroom
11 / 15  Compact shower room
12 / 15  Relax in the garden
13 / 15  Explore the Dyfi Estuary
14 / 15  Visit Aberdovey
15 / 15  Tal y Lyn lake and the Cader range

The Wobbly Cottage,

Aberdovey (9mls N), North Wales
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
Dogs allowed 1
4
star
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Romantic
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Romantic 18th century cottage full of period features and contemporary twists
  • Stylishly designed garden with natural water rill on the patio’s edge
  • Situated along the scenic coastal road, in the heart of Llwyngwril with village pub, shop and beach on the doorstep
  • Visit Talyllyn Railway, King Arthurs Labyrinth, Harlech Castle and Portmeirion Village and Gardens
  • Go fishing, take a boat trip, play golf, climb Cader Idris or walk the coastal path
  • Explore the coast, countryside, Snowdonia National Park, the Dyfi and Mawddach Estuaries
Property code: 52112

Pretty 18th century stone cottage retains much of its original character and charm. Located in Llwyngwril village, ideal for a romantic holiday to explore the coast and countryside in North Wales.

This coastal village boasts a pub, shop and a rocky beach with a myriad of footpaths to explore. Take a gentle stroll on the beach, join the coastal path or climb Cader Idris in Snowdonia National Park. Discover the wildlife and waters of Mawddach and Dyfi estuaries, take a ride on the Tallylyn Narrow-gauge Historic Railway or discover life underground in Corris Slate Mines. Visit Portmeirion Village and Gardens, the Ynys-Hir RSPB reserve, or the pretty waterfall at Dolgoch Falls. Nearby Aberdovey offers a championship golf course, water sport activities from the harbour, shops, galleries and eateries. Enjoy culinary delights, independent shops and a host of events in and around the area. A relaxing break, coastal adventure or action packed holiday is all within your grasp.

As soon as you open the door the original charm embraces you with flagstone floors, stone walls and a large feature fireplace with wood burner. Kick off your boots and hang your coats on anchor hooks by the door. The lounge/kitchen is light and airy with a comfy sofa, leather relaxer, TV and contemporary kitchen area which is well-equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher and washing machine. Lay the table in the garden room to enjoy a hearty breakfast and plan your days’ activities embracing the view down the inviting garden. Up the narrow and steep stairs you will find the relaxing double bedroom. At the top of the stairs is the nautical themed shower room with shower, WC and views over the garden towards the sea from the Velux window.

This end-of-terrace property has a surprising garden with feature paths, patios with furniture by the garden room and at the top of the garden where you can listen to the water on its’ course down the stream towards the sea. Enjoy alfresco dining, a charcoal BBQ and sit by the fire pit relaxing in to the evening in the illuminated garden. There is parking for one car in the village car park just 50 yards away.

Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.

  • 1 bedroom - double 
  • 1 shower room
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher and washing machine
  • Wood burner (first basket of logs included)
  • Electric and central heating provided
  • Bed linen and towels provided
  • Parking for 1 car in the village car park 50 yards away (subject to availability)
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Regret no smoking
  • 1 dog welcome
  • Beach, shop and pub within walking distance
  • TV in lounge
  • Charcoal BBQ and fire pit

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

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 20 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4.4
Overall equipment
4
Overall comfort
4.4
Overall location
4.1

Reviewed by Kerry, 5th October 2018

There was a well equipped kitchen, comfy bed, cozy living room with a log burner, which the owner had left us some logs and fire lighters to start a fire with, a couple of small bottles of wine and chocolates too nice touch.

Reviewed by Matthew, 28th September 2018

The cottage is beautifully located and has great potential! The rooms are perfectly big enough and theres a lot of storage space in drawers cupboards hooks etc. however the poor equipment in the kitchen, broken and neglected furniture all lets it down unnecessarily! There is a lot of storage space in drawers cupboards hooks. The village and its peoRead moreple are amazing! Very accommodating and very friendly and welcoming - the pub two doors up is great so is the shop! Hide

Reviewed by David, 3rd August 2018

The cottage is ideally situated for accessing the mountains, coast and castles of Snowdonia. The cottage has been equipped to a price and could be better, but it's all usable. I would imagine the dining area, a wooden extension, might be cold in winter. The bathroom is compact with a sloping roof and a petite sink. Sadly the pub opposite was not seRead morerving food and waiting for new management. Hide

Reviewed by Jeanette, 29th June 2018

Lovely cottage, very homely,

Reviewed by Sandra, 18th May 2018

Cottage beautiful inside. Only issue on a main road and was noisy

Reviewed by Kevin, 4th May 2018

It's a great little cottage ideal for a base. It's very homely it had everything you need. The two little bottles of wine was a really nice touch.It was nice sitting in the garden at the end of the day to relax. All in all we had a really good time thank you Mrs collier

Reviewed by Lindsey, 21st April 2018

This is a cosey home from home, dog friendly, well equipped and a little bit of piece and quiet. Great little cottage. Lovely little village, great local pub, and convenient local shop. Many dog friendly beaches a short drive away, including; Abdovey,Tywyn,Fairborn and Barmouth. We enjoyed relaxing time in the very smart garden listening to the babRead morebling Brooke at the bottom, and were able to chill out! Will come back and definitely recommend for a couple with a dog! Hide

Reviewed by Stewart, 6th April 2018

The Cottage is in a good location for visiting different areas of Wales. Lots of different walks.

Reviewed by Connie, 30th March 2018

We had a lovely stay at the wobbly cottage, the owner thought of everything we would need and the cottage was very cosy. Short walk to a beautiful beach and across the road from the pub, would love to stay again

Reviewed by Jan, 10th February 2018

Lovely cosy and charming cottage. Everything we wanted for a much needed get away. Very dog friendly too!

Reviewed by Dawn, 2nd February 2018

Not suitable for someone with mobility issues due to the stairs and the cottage leads straight out on to the main road so parking the car outside the door is not possible.

Reviewed by Tracy, 23rd December 2017

Perfect location between the sea and the mountains. Kitchen could be better equipped. Cosy, homely and ideal for two. Lovely fire.

Reviewed by Joanne, 6th December 2017

Lovely cosy cottage in beautiful surroundings. Stayed here in December and couldn't have picked a better place. Shop and Pub across the road...locals really friendly and welcoming. Great place if you take dog...beach literally 10 minute walk away. Would definitely stay here again...summer time maybe so as to do a little more walking and exploring

Reviewed by Michelle, 1st December 2017

Lovely cottage in a great location for walkers. Train station close by but certainly not intrusive. Dog friendly with short walks in the village. Village pub close by with reasonable choice of menu. Slightly hostile locals who made comments in Welsh which unfortunately my partner speaks.

Reviewed by Donna, 17th November 2017

Perfect home from home property. Lovely and cosy with everything you need at hand. Locals make you very welcome over at the Garth

Reviewed by Colin, 4th November 2017

Had a lovely time in this cosy comfy and quirky cottage. Handy for walks in the hills and along the beach. Very quiet and relaxing all round.

Reviewed by Kirsty, 27th October 2017

Great little cottage if you are looking for a cosy retreat in the middle of nowhere, which is exactly what we were after. The cottage kitchen is really well equipped, the fire is great and our dog loved the little slice of beach just down the road.

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Open-plan lounge/kitchen, close to the sea
Relax on the comfy sofa
Light the fire for cosy nights in
Well-equipped kitchen area
Natural light floods in
Time for coffee and biscuits
Contemporary garden
Listen to the rill at the bottom of the garden
Freshly laundered linen and soft towels
Spacious double bedroom
Compact shower room
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Location

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