Ty Gwilym was originally an old farmhouse and sleeps six in three bedrooms upstairs, three bathrooms, a comfortable sitting room, study, fully equipped kitchen with seating for eight and utility room. There is a secluded, shared garden overlooking the Cathedral Bell Tower with lovely views towards Carn Llidi.
Please click ‘Book Now‘ for Availability and Booking. Alternatively please contact the cottage owners, Linda and Hamish Elvidge, on 07836 252638 or via Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
We take bookings for short breaks during the low season, normally from November to February (excluding Christmas, New Year and Half Term). 2020 prices are: 1-2 nights £260; 3 – £310; 4 – £350; 5 – £400 and 6/7 – £450.
The spacious accommodation includes a lovely sitting room with original fireplace, Clearview wood burning stove, comfortable sofas and chairs, Smart TV, Netflix, CD player with iPod connection and Free High Speed Wi-fi.
The quarry tiled hall has views of the Cathedral and the fully equipped kitchen provides a large pine table and chairs, fridge/freezer, electric double oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher and tumble drier. The downstairs utility room, with separate shower, WC, washing machine and Belfast sink, gives stable door access to the sunny courtyard and south-facing garden.
Upstairs are two double bedrooms with comfortable beds (one 6ft super king-sized or 2x 3ft singles; and one double) and wash hand basins and a third double with en-suite shower, pocket sprung mattress and far reaching views to the coast. We provide cotton sheets with feather and down duvets and pillows. The large, luxury family bathroom has a separate Hansgrohe shower and bath, WC and large basin.
There is an upstairs study with desk and two comfortable chairs and lovely views over the Cathedral and distant countryside.
The cottage benefits from gas central heating, garden furniture, two secluded seating areas and good car parking.
Tŷ Gwilym is for non-smokers.
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