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A well needed family half term break - a lovely property where you felt relaxed as soon as you walked in.
Recommendations: A visit to Aberystwyth and the funicular railway to the top of Constitution Hill. Also a boat trip to spot seals & porpoises from New Quay.
Jeremy from Epsom, Surrey, 04 Apr 2017
The perfect private spot. It couldn't have been better. Staff at the local pub are great, they even gave us a lift back.
Mike from Warrington, 24 Oct 2016
Converted barns in private grounds, at a very high standard. Explore, a warren of hidden gems and no traffic !
Jim from Preston, 21 May 2015
Ideal location for a week's walking from Porthmadog to Borth on the WCP, using the train for shuttles. Spotlessly clean cottage.
Bistro Bermo - lovely little restaurant in the centre of Barmouth with well-deserved reputation. Book before you go.
Steve from Oxford, 27 Oct 2016
We stayed at Bodrydd, a most amazing property. Equipment and fitting better than any previous holiday let we have ever stayed in. Went as a big family group with ages 7/8 years to 21/22 years and this accommodated us better than we could have ever wished for. Was three generations - ourselves, two daughters and their husbands and our four grandchildren. Was a fabulous holiday had by all.
We visited several beaches during our stay but Porthor (Whistling Sands) - only 15mins away, was our favourite also the Rabbit Farm just outside Criccieth was a favourite of the children. Market at Pwllheli is also worth a visit. Too many lovely villages and towns to mention in one.
Vivien from Telford, Shropshire., 22 Apr 2017
Bryn Aere Bach
A lovely relaxing holiday with everything we could wish for.
Recommendations: Food - Cross Foxes near Dolgellau
Cycling - Mawddach Trail from Dolgellau to Barmouth
Walking - along the top from the house, also Cadair Idris
Family from Leamington Spa, 20 Apr 2017
We found it homely, warm and spacious, it was spot on.
Tips: Just enjoy take in the fresh air and views.
Anne from Corby, 30 Dec 2016
The cottage was beautiful with coordinating furnishing and spotlessly clean and fresh. The owner, Mali, has thought of everything including providing fresh, delicious Welsh cakes. We will definitely book the cottage again soon. The Gower peninsula is beautiful and the beaches really clean. Mumbles is well worth a visit
Jan from Nottingham, 13 Jun 2015
Bwthyn y Biga
Beautiful, relaxing weekend away. Bring waterproofs for all the rain! And make sure you get outside and enjoy the surrounding villages/forests.
David from Australia, 17 Jul 2016
Our host gave us the right directions and then waited to flag us down. Alan and Margaret provided a lovely welcome.
Recommends: Local potteries and galleries, a visit to the woolen mill and visit some of the surrounding beaches.
Angie & Russell from Sandwell, 05 Feb 2017
Cwmbach y Biga
Located in a very remote area but still very nice and quiet. Lovely place for countryside walking
Deep Phuyal , 30 Mar 2016
Fabulous views from the property made the week even more special!
Tips: Climb Cadair Idris.
Walk up to the lake behind the property and do some wild swimming.
Play cricket on the beach in Fairbourne.
Family from Stonehouse, 20 Aug 2016
Gwel y Garn
Had a great weekend away. First time on the Llyn Peninsula. Nia made us so welcome with tea and cake and lots of great advice on places to visit both for walking and eating. The cottage was spacious, very clean and cosy and in a quiet location with easy access to all parts of the peninsula. A great find! Saw seals off the coast of Morfa Nefyn. Great pub Ty Coch Inn on the sand
Spencer Family from Cheshire, 15 Nov 2016
The property is a very high standard. It's beautifully clean and tastefully decorated. There were lovely personal touches. We enjoyed the lovely facilities like the wood burner in the evening and thought it was very well kept.
Tips: Take plenty of supplies on your visit! The nearest supermarket is quite a way away. They're all very friendly in the village so there is a selection of food at the spar and bakery, but unless you want to eat out all the time, take supplies!
Clare from Sheffield, 23 Apr 2017
We had an enjoyable week. A great location. Great service from Best of Wales as always!
Recommendations - White water rafting, Eagles pub, Lake Vyrnwy, Aberdovey
Steph from Bedfordshire, 04 Jun 2016
It was lovely time. The house is absolutely amazing.
Very clean and well equipped. Great service. We all wish we could stay longer or forever :)
Botanic Garden is very nice place to visit. We enjoyed walking
The Rally Fans , 01 Dec 2013
Home from home. Blue Lagoon was our favourite.
Family from West Midlands, 23 Apr 2017
What a lovely cottage with stunning views. Excellent service. Owners were friendly offering tips on what to do. Pub in the village does lovely food and is also friendly.
Deborah from Carmarthen, 22 Apr 2017
A lovely weekend in such a beautiful location. Wonderful accommodation with lovely extra touches to make us feel welcome. The games area is a fantastic addition too. Can't wait to come back!
Jones Family, 21 Feb 2017
Excellent location if you enjoy walking. The cottage was clean and warm. This was our second visit, like the area and cottage so much, hope to return at a later date.
Recommends: Aberystwyth about 11 miles. Well worth a visit.
Couple from Shropshire, 16 Apr 2017
We stayed in this beautiful house for 7 nights and we loved it very much, it was everything we could have hoped for and even more than that, clean, warm, wonderful rooms (especially top room), comfortable beds, very spacious living room and kitchen, superrb hot tub located. The location is also great and quiet, we really had a fabulous stay in Wales :)
Teofil from Watford-London, 06 Jan 2017
Modern, clean, cosy and conveniently located farm cottage. Large children friendly garden.
Tips: Visit Porth Iago, beautiful secluded little beach 20min away.
Family from Leicester, 19 Apr 2017
Lovely surroundings and thoughtful owners. Walking and Zip wires were brilliant.
Friends from Sunbury - on - Thames, 19 Apr 2017
Min y Môr
It was perfect. Fantastic holiday in this lovely accommodation, lots to do in the local area and all the comforts of home. The beach is a must to visit, great views and the cafe is lovely. the fish and chips in Aberdaron are so good.
Couple from Warwickshire, 23 Apr 2017
Amazing. Owners extremely friendly. Cottage was beautiful and clean and the kids had a great time.
Tips: Be outgoing, there is loads of beautiful walks for the full family.
Family from Fife, 28 Oct 2016
A great reception on arrival. A great place to stay, wonderful facilities. Wonderful walking Elan Valley - well worth a visit. Powis Castle is a must. Aberystwyth is only an hour away with loads to see and do.
Family from Hampshire, 16 Jul 2016
Very impressed with the house, we booked it for accommodation for our corporate guests for the rugby and they all loved it. Location was ideal and really nicely kitted out. Will definitely use it again and recommend it to anyone.
Jonathon from Rhondda Cynon Taff, 13 Feb 2017
Stabal yr Eglwys
Best cottage we have stayed in, Pauline has thought of everything.
Philip and family, 22 Apr 2017
The property was really beautiful and a home from home. Your service is 5 star, an exceptional service!
Recommends: Definitely visit the beach and have a meal at the Last Inn - great food.
Group from West Midlands, 03 Apr 2017
Not ever visiting St David's before, we were more than happy with our stay. The area, coastline and people were wonderful and our hosts at Ty Blawd, Mr and Mrs Morgan, were absolutely fantastic and we will definitely go back to stay at some point in the future. In addition, Ffion from Best of Wales was brilliant throughout - again, more thanks. If you want to walk the coastal paths, definitely take walking boots and a camera as you will hopefully see sealions and dolphins like we were lucky to see. If you take dogs, Whitesands beach does not allow dogs and costs about £3 to park even if not stopping long, however Nolton Haven beach is dog friendly and doesn't cost as much to park. The Saffron Restaurant does a great takeaway.. The Nisa store in St David's city was a great supermarket, could get most things you needed. There are lots of things to do and see, but we will return without our dogs at some point so we can do and see the things we missed.
Pauline, 23 Sep 2015
Ty Coets Isaf
Quiet, lovely views and easy to get to walks
Don't miss a visit to the beach at Borth
Clive, 01 Nov 2015
Ty Coets Uchaf
Location was fab and also the views. Waterfalls, steam train and local walks a must.
Tracy from Herefordshire, 01 Jun 2016
Well equipped cottage in good surroundings.
Visit the excellent Goat Inn, the food is first class as is the service
Kevin and Dorothy, 27 May 2015
Y Dderwen Ty Coch
Absolutely fantastic and just like home from home. Wonderful setting and views. The premises was better than we expected from the write up and photos online.
Recommends: Carreg Cennen Castle, Llandeilo Castle, Angel Inn for lunch - High Street
Robert from Hampshire, 25 Jan 2017
Great location near beautiful coastal walks and beaches. St David's was friendly and the Bishops pub welcome dogs and food was fab. Boat trip around Ramsay Island was very good and we saw some seals.
Family from Devon, 04 Jun 2016
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