Sleeps up to 30 guests in 1 property
Ty Gwyn
North Wales  LL37 2QB

Contact: Linda Lee
Mobile: 07772750355
Telephone: 01490 460515

Changeover: Friday
Open: All Year
Short breaks available
1 Property
Sleeps 30 Total
Children Welcome Children Welcome
No smoking
Easy access
Wheelchair access
Riding Nearby
Golf Nearby
Fishing Nearby
Games Room Games Room
Open Fire
Beach or Coastal
Pub within 1.5 miles Pub Nearby
Eco Friendly Eco Friendly
Electric car charging point Electric Car Charging Point
Cottages in or near a National Park National Park
The perfect venue for large gatherings - If you're looking for a venue to get a large group of friends, colleagues or family together for a holiday,without the inconvenience of being split across a number of properties then take a look at Ty Gwyn.

Sleeping up to thirty guests in ten bedrooms (six shower rooms!), this impressive house is just perfect for that special occasion or action packed holiday, offering plenty of space to relax. There is also an an accessible en-suite twin room on the ground floor for elderly or infirm guests.

Comfy, warm and welcoming at any time of the year the house sits in four acres of grounds and affording lots of privacy with no nearby neighbours to restrict the fun.

The view from the front door is the Cardigan Bay coastline including Barmouth, Pwllheli and Abersoch and if you are fortunate enough, amazing sunsets over Bardsey Island. Spend summer days relaxing in the garden, enjoying a picnic or alfresco meal soaking up the views from the decking, or having fun playing Frisbee Golf (a real hit with all ages!). And if the sun's not shining, there's plenty of space indoors to sit everyone around a table once supper has been prepared. Children and adults alike will thoroughly enjoy the cinema, games room or large lounge with wood burner - there is also a library/reading room for those who want the quiet life. The most popular room however might just turn out to be the bar off the dining room.

There is also an excellent pub in the village of Llwyngwril (just a five minute stroll) when you want a night off cooking as well as a shop for those forgotten provisions. Llwyngwril is a friendly seaside village sitting in an enviable position on the West Coast of Wales within Snowdonia's stunning national park. It has a lovely pebble and sand beach which is easily accessible below the village and within walking distance from Ty Gwyn with rock pools to explore.

Surrounded by hills, wooded areas and mountains, lace up your walking boots and enjoy one of the many scenic walks. Explore the footpaths of the Mawddach Estuary, or tackle Cader Idris. Whichever of the many routes you choose, there is an abundance of wildlife to spot along the way from buzzards, peregrine falcons and red kites soaring up above, to seals and dolphins splashing around in the bay. And when it's time to relax at the end of the day, head down to the beach, light a fire and enjoy a 'sundowner'!

The area offers world class mountain biking or more leisurely rides along the Mawddach Trail, white water rafting at Bala for those seeking adrenaline fun (thirty minutes away), as well as plenty of attractions for day trips out. Head to the glorious sands and harbour of Barmouth, Take the kids crabbing at Shell Island, visit Harlech's magnificent castle, Portmeirion Village or Aberdyfi in the opposite direction, a true jewel in Cardigan Bay's impressive crown.

Bring your bikes, swimming costumes, binoculars, walking boots, fishing gear, books, beer, wine, factor 25 or whatever you need for the perfect holiday for you and your friends.

Price information

We are offering weekends at £950 per night - which only works out at £31 ppn if there are 30 of you. Check in/out times are 2pm on the Friday and 4pm on the the day you leave - you donít want to have to rush out early after any sort of celebration! Minimum stay is 2 nights (3 nights in the school holidays).

The cost does include all electricity, heating, electricity, wi-fi, linen but not towels - there are no additional costs.

There is a large wood burner in the lounge and if you wanted to use this you would need to bring your own logs and kindling - alternatively, our good friend Dan has his own logging business nearby and you could could give him a call.

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