This detached Edwardian manor house is located in the village of Llanbedr in North Wales and can sleep fourteen people in six bedrooms.
Plas Gwynfryn is a detached Edwardian manor house on the edge of the North Wales village of Llanbedr near to Harlech. The property sleeps fourteen people and has six bedrooms (four doubles, one family room and a single with a pull out bed) three of which have ensuites and two family bathrooms. The property also contains a fitted kitchen, a breakfast room, a dining room, a sitting room and a large hall with seating as well as four woodburners. Outside the property is plenty of off road parking and eight acres of gardens with a courtyard. outdoor furniture and a barbecue. Set in truly magnificent surroundings within the Snowdonia National Park, Plas Gwynfryn is a memorable holiday home, no matter what time of year you visit.
RECENT CUSTOMER REVIEWS
Weekend away with friends This is a fantastic place as a base to explore this great corner of Wales. Locally there are a couple of pubs, about five minute walk away and a little supermarket in the village, take a torch though as when it's dark here it is dark!
It is a great setting for a house. The grounds are lovely, huge lawns and some great rock garden areas to explore, the dogs we had with us were in heaven. The house looks amazing from the outside. It's hard to be too critical of such a grand house but it could be taken to another level, inside it just wasn't as grand as the outside! It was a little tired and would need some money spending on it, soft furnishings, sofas, new carpets, which were getting thread bare on stares. A jacuzzi and a good sound system would be great additions. The dining area also smelt of cigarette smoke but it was certainly large enough for us all. The Wifi never worked for anyone, good in some ways I suppose, all of us love a bit of surfing, it did of course make us more sociable though!
In a rental like this all of the rooms really should have ensuites and downstairs another bathroom would be a good idea. The kitchen also needs a bit of attention, it wasn't the sexy new kitchen most of us love. It has two ovens, which were fine but the fridge was poor as was the sink, they don't belong in such a great building.
That said it was full of character and charm, we had a superb time and don't let my comments put you off staying here or having your wedding, it was great. Richard C 2017-09-24
Great venue for a family get-together Very warm and friendly welcome from owners representatives, Patrick and Christine, who showed us around the premises and pointed out the various facilities and fire escapes. The bedrooms were clean and comfortable, and the bathrooms were clean, modern and well appointed. Likewise the kitchen was well equipped and featured an Aga, which at first looked a bit daunting but was quickly mastered. The large lounge was excellent for the family to relax in, and featured a large screen television with a Sky package. There is a large rear enclosed courtyard for pets to roam in, but the highlight of the venue was the grounds. There are large beautifully maintained gardens with extensive manicured lawns beyond which is a more natural garden on tiered levels with numerous nooks and crannies, and water features. This area can be quite slippery when wet, and there are numerous warning signs to that effect. Rabbits were often seen frolicking on the lawns before disappearing into the undergrowth. At the rear of the premises is a bridal path that leads down to the village centre (10 minutes), and the excellent Ty Mawr Hotel where we had numerous meals at very reasonable prices (highly recommended, but remember to book first as it only seats about 2 dozen). We did have some passing tourists pop in to take a tour of the house having mistakingly interpreted a nearby sign stating ?Plas Gwynfryn - country house and gardens?. Did speak with the owner, Caroline, who is an absolute angel. She not only has great business acumen, but wants to ensure her guests have a memorable and enjoyable experience whilst staying at Plas Gwynfryn. I have to say that I would have expected to have pay a lot more for such high quality accommodation.
Would have no hesitation in highly recommend Plas Gwynfryn for that perfect family getaway, although I still can?t pronounce the name! Molesey19 2017-09-07
It was perfect for a large group and nice to not have any mobile phone signal for proper peace and quiet! The cottage is quite stunning and we all felt we would like to return. Mrs Lewis 2016-06-13
Fabulous cottage with huge space and amazingly beautiful and enormous lawns with lush green and well maintained grass. The kitchen is well equipped with all the necessary crockery and the space for breakfast as well as the dinning hall is very spacious with fireplace and beautiful views of gardens outside.The bathrooms and shower are absolutely fantastic. We have thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would love to go back again - hopefully!. Mr Muhammad 2016-05-28
Beautiful property We booked the property for an extended family get together for our 25th Wedding Anniversary. The kitchen was really well stocked making it easy to cater for large family meals, the bedrooms all beautifully decorated and comfortable and the gardens were just amazing for games and wandering around.
It did get a little cool in the evenings so we made good use of the wood burning stoves in the main entrance hall and lounge.
A lovely place to spend time kjslawrence 2016-05-08
Parking Space Linen provided Towels provided Dishwasher Cooker Fridge Washing Machine Television High Chair Cot WiFi
Single Beds 1
Double Beds 5
Twin Beds 1
Family Beds 1
Details Oil central heating throughout with additional heating from woodburners in reception hall, sitting room, dining room and breakfast room Oil fired AGA, separate double gas oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, 52” TV with Sky HD entertainment extra including Sky movies, DVD, WiFi, selection of books All fuel and power included in rent Bed linen and towels included in rent Cot and highchair on request Off road parking for 10 cars Bike storage Eight acres of grounds and landscaped gardens including 3 one acre lawns, a formal rose garden, woodlands, inner courtyard, front veranda, garden furniture, BBQ and views over the Artro Forest and Rhinog Mountains Two well behaved dogs welcome Sorry, no smoking Shop and pub 10 mins walk Note: The owner requires a refundable Good Housekeeping bond of £ 250 Note: No hen or stag parties Note: The garden contains unprotected drops, steep steps and slippery paths and there is a small unfenced pond in the garden, care to be taken at all times Note: Occasionally the owners may be in residence in their house in the grounds Note: Children over 12 years old and babes-in-arms only Note: There are a range of catering options available during your stay, by arrangement with the owner
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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