Pretty white washed stone cottage, perfect romantic retreat for couples to explore the coast and mountains of North wales
Set in an elevated position above the seaside village of Aberdovey, this traditional cottage is perfect for romantic staycations characterised by beachside strolls, candle-lit suppers, and cosy evenings snuggled in front of the wood burner. To make your stay extra special why not bring along your beloved hound too – there’s ample space for a basket and lots of exciting walks directly from your doorstep.
Climb the stone steps to reach this gorgeous white-washed property, heading inside to discover a stylish interior that’s been thoughtfully furnished to maximise comfort. Downstairs, the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner is the hub of the home, where you can let sleeping dogs lie by the wood burner as you rustle up tasty meals, or kick-back and unwind with a glass of wine. Follow the narrow and steep cottage-style stairs to reach the fabulous king-size bedroom, which boasts a crisply-dressed bed, inspiring sea views, and an elegant en-suite shower room. Outside, your small yet delightful courtyard garden is top dog for watching the morning sun shimmering over the sea as you sip your coffee. There’s also a handy cupboard which houses a washing machine and a tumble dryer, and you’ll receive a parking permit for one car that’s valid in all car parks within Gwynedd.
The harbour village of Aberdovey is nestled on the northern banks of the Dovey Estuary, providing adventurous visitors with an array of activities such as paddle boarding, canoeing and fishing. The village itself is scattered with independent shops, galleries and quirky eateries, and there are also opportunities for golfers to play a few holes. Railway enthusiasts will adore the historic Talyllyn Railway that passes through Snowdonia National Park, which you can access from Tywyn 4.5 miles away.