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Description from manager

Description from manager

Bedrooms 3 / Bathrooms 2 / Sleeps 6 / House
Bedrooms: 3  Bathrooms: 2  Sleeps: 6  Type: House
25 TYN Y MAES, family friendly, country holiday cottage, with a garden in Llan Ffestiniog, Ref 4396
TripAdvisor property ID 2402220

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Book this 3 bedroom house in Llan Ffestiniog today! A total of 6 people can sleep here comfortably.

Travelers are sharing their opinions on this property. It has an overall rating of 4.5/5 thanks to an average of 5 reviews.

Costs vary, with the average weekly rate as low as $327 to as high as $931, depending on travel dates.

The manager responds to 100% of inquiries and last updated the property’s calendar Jul 19, 2017.

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About the manager

About the manager

Sykes Cottages
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100%
Calendar last updated:
19 Jul 2017
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Languages spoken: English

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Proximity to TripAdvisor's Top Llan-ffestiniog Attractions

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General


  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided
  • Washing machine

Property Features


  • High chair

Kitchen


  • Fridge

Entertainment


  • TV

Suitability


  • Children
  • Pets
  • Smoking allowed

Reviews

Reviews (5)

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“I've never heard of it - why there?”

Reviewed 25 Aug 2011

Llan Ffestioniog is not well known; its larger neighbour, Blaenau Ffestioniog, is though well known for its dour slate and railway to get away from it. However, Llan Ffestioniog is central to so many of North Wales' locations - railways, mountains, walks and slate. The village itself is small, quiet - but that's its asset. No one stops there. Tynymaes is a quiet cul de sac that just disappears in the midst of the hills around. Behind the cottage is a vast graveyard, (there seem to be more dead than alive in the village), but it too contributes to the cottage's quiet ambience. But also visible from the cottage and between it and the graveyard is a small hill, like Dylan Thomas's Mount Llareggub, a molehill amongst surrounding giants, but the view from the bench on its summit, only a couple fo jumps away from the cottage, is 360 degrees of mountains, sheep and farms. An hour was spent onteh first eveing watching th e sun go dwon,and contemplating life, the universe and everything. The cottage is restful, large, with a very spacious living room and sofas for the inevitable but thankfully only sometimes-rain - and also has a good tv so one can plan the direction of travel for the next day. Would I stay there again? Definitely.

“Good potential, spoilt by details”

Reviewed 18 Aug 2011

The cottage is in an excellent location, with good views and plenty to see and do. It was a good size and had excellent facilities. The main drawback was the bare minimum of furnishings, crockery and kitchen utensils - there was only just about enough for the two of us. The DVD player control was missing and there was no outdoor furniture as promised. We understand that this property is new to the holiday market, and these minor problems could easily be rectified to turn this very pleasant holiday cottage into an excellent one.

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