This detached cottage is located in Pentrefelin near Criccieth and can sleep five people in three bedrooms.
Twll y Cae is a delightful ground floor detached cottage in the small North Wales village of Pentrefelin. The cottage sleeps five people and has two double bedrooms, a single room, a bathroom and a shower room. It also has a kitchen/diner and a sitting room with an open fire.
Outside is off road parking and a wonderful garden area with outdoor furniture. Midway between Criccieth and Porthmadog, Twll y Cae is a superb touring base for discovering this part of North Wales.
RECENT CUSTOMER REVIEWS
So relaxing. I loved my stay at your cottage and it does you proud Anne. You have looked after it very well and do your best to maintain it to a high level.
I liked the fact there was 2 bathrooms 1 with a bath and 1 with a shower and I really loved the quality shower you have.
The cottage is in a perfect location and almost in middle between Criccieth and Porthmadog.
The garden is stunning but the midges were a nuisance. If Id known I would have got some of the Avon cream that repels.
The bedrooms [beds] were very comfortable. I really enjoyed my stay. 141janet21 2018-05-30
Lovely, relaxing stay Stayed here with our mums and our dog for a week. Fantastic base, easy to travel about and see the coast and mountains. Well equipped, very comfortable bungalow, it was lovely to light the fire at night. Nicely laid out design and ideal for the less mobile - walk in shower, no steps and even floors. Bought some bird seed and it was delightful to see the many birds darting around feeding - 2 cheeky robins joined in the fun.
Would love to return soon. Thank you. Lorna H 2018-04-08
Amazing, well appointed cottage. Excellent location for coast and mountains. Very well equipped, warm and comfortable. The owner thought of everything to make our stay just perfect. valhughes2016 2016-08-23
Just wonderful. Twll y Cae is a real delight, a quirky cottage with an interesting history and a delightful garden. The cottage is the best equipped we have ever stayed in, with lots of thoughtful touches from Ann the lovely owner. The beds and settees are all very comfortable and inviting, and the unusual kitchen layout is very sociable and works well. (There is even a Rangemaster cooker for those who are inclined to cook on their holiday.) We all enjoyed sitting in the lush garden which the dogs loved. My only criticism of the cottage is that time moved too quickly and we had to leave well before we wanted to! Wholeheartedly recommended. We are definitely joining the long list of previous visitors who want to live here. acbsecretary 2016-08-03
The cottage was very well furnished, very clean and airy and all the rooms were excellent. The location of the cottage was very quiet, the garden was quiet and peaceful. The owner of the cottage was very friendly, we would definitely stay in the cottage again. Mrs McGonnell 2016-06-05
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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