Set in the mountains on the fringes of the Snowdonia National Park, overlooking Cardigan Bay, these lovely cottages and impressive farmhouse are set in 20 acres of beautiful mountainside, surrounded by mountain, valley and sea views.
Whatever kind of holiday you are looking for, whether it be a peaceful getaway, a romantic retreat, an activity or family holiday, Geufron is the ideal situation; being secluded yet only minutes from sandy beaches, golf courses, cycling, horse riding, water sports, walks and mountains with some of the most breathtaking views in the United Kingdom.
Geufron Farm House sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms.
Cartrer Wyn sleeps 6 in 2 bedrooms plus double sofa bed.
Y Ffynnon sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms plus double sofa bed.
Geufron Cottage sleeps 2 in 1 bedroom
Bwthyn Bach sleeps 2 in one double room.
Each cottage has been converted from seventeenth and eighteenth century Welsh stone barns and built to provide maximum comfort and facilities whilst retaining individuality. Although each cottage has wonderful thick, stone walls and original exposed beams, they are all very different and have their own character, a huge stone inglenook or a romantic four-poster bed for example.
On arrival, guests will find a welcome tray in their cottage which includes tea, coffee, milk, sugar and some local delicacies.
On special occasions such as Easter and Christmas we add some extra touches. We can also cater for birthdays and anniversaries if requested.
All of the cottages and the farmhouse have very well equipped kitchens, TV, video or DVD and CD players.
Guests can enjoy the hillside, heated swimming pool in the summer season May to September, with its dramatic panoramic views of the area, and the communal patio area with barbecues.
Tywyn a is a Victorian seaside town with good supermarkets, restaurants and facilites which include: a leisure centre with indoor swimming pool, lawn tennis courts, putting green, promenade with excellent parking overlooking Cardigan Bay and a lovely wide beach.
Aberdovey, 5 miles away, is a charming fishing town with sailing club, golf club and harbour from which fishing trips can be taken. Aberdovey also has a beautiful sandy beach.
The first narrow gauge passenger steam railway in Britain, The Centre for Alternative Technology, caves and museums, numerous art galleries, horse riding, and fabulous walking and cycling.
30% deposit secures your booking, with the balance payable one calendar month before arrival date.
Geufron Holiday Cottages
Geufron farm, Bryncrug
Gwynedd LL36 9RW