The Tin House, Llwyngwril
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|Not Suitable for Elderly|
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|Minimum Stay||1 night|
Suitable for childrenYes
Suitable for the elderlyNo
|Theme||Adventure, Budget, Romantic, Away from it all, Mountain, Village|
Description from the owner
The Tin House, in Llwyngwril in Coastal South Snowdonia, and is right on the new Wales Coastal Path. Llwyngwril is a quiet and pretty village with a path following the river (Gwril) down to the beach. Relaxing here is easy! We are close to the Mawddach Estuary, where there is an extensive array of wildlife to be seen. The village is served by the Cambrian Coastal Railway, and also buses to the surrounding towns and villages.
Walking is popular here with many wonderful walks from the village, and also a little further a-field, such as Cader Idris and Bird Rock, and Cregennan Lakes.
Also excellent Fishing, Windsurfing and surfing on...Read more
The Tin House, Llwyngwril
Additional Location Information
The Tin house is accessed from the Tarmac Road (Ffordd y Coleg), up 4 steps and along a gravel path with a further 2 steps. This property is unsuitable for anyone with limited mobility, or wheelchairs.
It has a sea view from the kitchen, double bedroom and the garden, over the rooftops of properties lower down, in the village. The BEACH is just approximately 10 minutes' stroll along the river to the sea. It is a shingle beach. Llwyngwril is close to the stunningly beautiful Mawddach Estuary, and the well known Mawddach Way cycle track and walking route. 11 miles from Dolgellau, 8 miles from Tywyn. Aberdyfi is 5 miles from Tywyn.
The village is served by the Cambrian Coast Railway, which is a great way to see the coastline!
We recommend you bring a torch with you, for if you are out all day, and come back after dark. There is an outside light, but not a sensor, as yet. If you forget one, just ask and we can lend you one.
Location Type Away from it all, Mountain, Village
Rates shown in $ USD (Rental listed originally in GBP) (change)
|Rate Summary||$213||$228||$410 - $759||$1,215||1 night|
|Feb. 11 2012 - Mar. 2 2012
Valentines and half term
|Mar. 3 2012 - Mar. 23 2012
|Mar. 24 2012 - May. 4 2012
|May. 5 2012 - May. 19 2012
|May. 19 2012 - Jun. 8 2012
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|Jun. 9 2012 - Jun. 29 2012
|Jun. 30 2012 - Sep. 28 2012
high summer season
|Sep. 29 2012 - Oct. 12 2012
|Oct. 13 2012 - Nov. 2 2012
half term high season
|Nov. 3 2012 - Nov. 23 2012
|Nov. 24 2012 - Dec. 14 2012
low season pre- Christmas
|Dec. 15 2012 - Dec. 21 2012
|Dec. 22 2012 - Jan. 4 2013
Christmas or New Year breaks specials
|Jan. 4 2013 - Jan. 31 2013
|Feb. 1 2013 - Feb. 10 2013||-||-||$410||-||3 nights|
|Feb. 11 2013 - Feb. 14 2013||$213||$228||$607||-||2 nights|
|Feb. 17 2013 - Mar. 16 2013||$167||$182||$531||-||1 night|
|Feb. 17 2013 - Mar. 16 2013||$167||$182||$531||-||2 nights|
|Mar. 16 2013 - Apr. 20 2013||$182||$197||$683||-||2 nights|
|Apr. 20 2013 - May. 2 2013||$167||$182||$531||-||2 nights|
|May. 2 2013 - May. 11 2013||$182||$197||$683||-||2 nights|
|May. 11 2013 - May. 23 2013||$167||$182||$562||-||2 nights|
|May. 23 2013 - Jun. 8 2013||$182||$197||$683||-||2 nights|
|Jun. 8 2013 - Jul. 6 2013||$167||$182||$562||-||2 nights|
|Jul. 6 2013 - Oct. 5 2013||$182||$197||$683||-||2 nights|
|Oct. 5 2013 - Oct. 19 2013||$167||$182||$562||-||2 nights|
|Oct. 19 2013 - Nov. 9 2013||$182||$197||$683||-||2 nights|
|Nov. 9 2013 - Dec. 21 2013||$167||$182||$562||-||2 nights|
|Dec. 21 2013 - Jan. 4 2014||$182||$197||$759||-||2 nights|
|All Other Dates||$167||$167||$456||$1,215||2 nights|
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- Security - $76 / week - Security Deposit - fee
- Electricity additional cost - $15 / stay - Other - We ask for £10 in advance for electricity and if you use more than the £10 you are asked to leave any additional payment on the table when you leave.
- Linen and Towels additional cost - $23 / week - Other - advance
- Dogs additional fee - $23 / week - Other - advance
- Special Welcome hamper of local products - $30 / stay - Other - If you wish, I can leave some additional local produce products, such as local cheeses, speciality bread, organic eggs, and others,
- celebratory occasion - $38 / stay - Other - if you are celebrating a birthday or valentines, or an anniversary, I can arrange a bottle of bubbly and some handmade chocolates
- Celebratory flowers - $38 / stay - Other - I can arrange some special flowers to be left in the Tin House for a special celebration!
Additional notes from owner
This is a budget holiday home, so that you can keep your costs down if you want to bring your own bedlinen and towels. Electricity has to be paid for, and the guests are more mindful of waste if they are paying. During the winter the Tin House can get nice and cosy if you draw the curtains, and use the radiators and and the fireplace. You will need both. The fire alone nor the radiators alone are not adequate, but once it gets nice and warm, it is nice and cosy.There is also an electric blanket on the double bed with dual controls, and also some hot-water bottles too. The Tin House is run with Green Ethics, making use of recycling facilities and services which are available in the village.
Dogs are welcome if they are well behaved, and must have their own bedding with them,
The Security Deposit must be a separate cheque made out to Debbie Ashton. After your departure the un-cashed cheque will be returned to you, provided no breakages have taken place, or undue cleaning is required . Visitors are requested to leave the Tin House in a tidy and reasonably clean state.(I do not expect a thorough clean, but sweeping up and tidying, and washing up, putting clean crocks and pots and pans away, as you found them and how you would like to find them).
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