Character cottage in Llangybi near Criccieth

From $108 / night

Description from the owner

  • Cottage
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 4

Type: Cottage

Character cottage in Llangybi near Criccieth

Bryn Llefrith Bach is a single storey detached stone cottage in a stunning rural location overlooking the mountains of Snowdonia and The Rivals. This cottage is set in a peaceful rural setting which provides a haven for birdlife and wildlife.

In a perfect location for the popular seaside village of Criccieth, with its 13th century castle and sandy beaches, the cottage is ideally located for exploring the Lleyn Peninsula and Snowdonia.Countless beaches and tourist attractions are within easy reach - The Welsh Highland and Ffestiniog Railways, Fishing, Go Karting, Paintballing, Quad Biking, Ten Pin Bowling, Archery, Pony trekking, Golf, Watersports ...Read more

About the owner

Delyth & Jim

  • Response rate 85%
  • Response time Within a day
  • Calendar updated 2 months ago
  • Overall rating
    4.9 / 5.0 based on 17 reviews


Character cottage in Llangybi near Criccieth
Criccieth, North Wales, Wales

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Additional Location Information

The Llyn Peninsula is one of Wales' finest beauty spots. The Lleyn Peninsula (the Llyn) is usually defined as the strip of land which is South West of the A487 which runs from Caernarfon to Porthmadog. For most of its length it is only 8 miles wide. Much of the coastline is National Trust maintained.

The Welsh name for this area is Pen Llýn. The spelling of Llýn often changes to Lleyn which is probably more correct for English, but the former spelling is more commonly used locally.

The peninsula stretches out around 30 miles into the Irish Sea and is only around 8 miles wide for much of it's length. Being west of the Welsh mountains and in the Gulf Stream, Llyn enjoys a mild, drier climate than that of the rest of Wales. During the winter there are few or no frosts, but the snow on the mountains in the distance is a beautiful sight.

Around the peninsula's nearly 100 miles of coastline, there are sweeping bays, small coves and rocky cliffs as well as islands, reefs and impressive headlands. The Llyn offers a wealth of history, spectacular scenery and hidden nooks and crannies. It's a land of magic and mystery, with sandy beaches, a variety of activities from water sports to horse riding and golf, rambling walks through nature reserves, ancient ruins and megalithic sites. For the wildlife enthusiast there are many things to see; sea-lions, Chuffs (Bardsey Island) and many bird species. Sailing, Fishing and Diving are also popular in the area. After all that activity there are many places to spend the evening ranging from quiet pubs to top quality restaurants.

More About This Location

Mountain nearby, Rural retreats, Waterfront

Getting There

Car is essential



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