Seagrass Cottage
Gorgeous Refurbished Fisherman's Cottage
Sleeps 4 Central Aberdovey
NO PETS ALLOWED

Seagrass Cottage

NO PETS ALLOWED

This lovely two bedroom Fisherman’s Cottage retains much of it’s charm but also has every modern convenience needed to give you a real “home from home” experience. It also has a small terrace outside too for an after beach drink!

Amenities

Facilities

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Additional Info

The check in is from 4.00 pm and check-out 10.00 am

Seagrass Cottage is located on Church Street just one street back from the seafront!

Full directions will be provided prior to  your stay.

A parking pass is provided for the duration of your stay. This can be used in both main car parks in Aberdovey.

Name: Lisa French 
Mobile: 07717 800068
Email: lisafrench@hotmail.com 

For any maintenance related issue please contact property manager Paul Cartwright 07717 711676

Keys to the property are accessed via a key safe box. The location of this and code will be provided 24 hours ahead of your arrival.

 

Rubbish/recycling details are provided in the digital guide sent to you prior to your stay and in the hard copy info folder located at the cottage.

There is free Wi-Fi for your use subject to availability. Wi-Fi code and password will be provided via the digital info guide and in the hard copy info folder at the cottage.

All bedding and towels are provided for the duration of your stay. You will need to bring your own beach towels -please do not take the cottage towels on the beach.

The cottage has full central heating and hot water. Hot water is available 24/7. The heating can be controlled via the Smart thermostat in the upstairs corridor. Full usage details are provided via the digital info pack. Please do not use the heating with the windows/doors open and please turn down when departing.

Tywyn Foods deliver fantastic fresh food boxes. A lot of our welcome goodies are provided by Tywyn Foods-definitely worth checking them out 

Tesco/Asda both deliver to Aberdovey. In peak months you will need to book your slot well in advance.

Aberdyfi Village Stores -loacted on the seafront. Has a reasonable selection of essentials including chilled drinks. Closes at 5pm most days in Summer , Winter closing is usually between 3-4pm.

Dyfi Store & Post Office – a 10 minute walk from the cottage. This is located just as you go out of Aberdyfi as if walking to the station/Tywyn- you will pass Dyfi Store- essential groceries, newspapers and magazines, confectionary plus Post Office- the only place in Aberdyfi for free cash withdrawals.

Aberdyfi Butchers – Just a minutes walk from the cottage down in the square- a beautiful selection of meats. I can highly recommend the Welsh Laverbread sausagesor maybe some delicious burgers for a beach BBQ?

Try the mountain burger if you’re fancying something veggie! They also sell delicious Bara Brith cake.

Dai’s Shed – Freshly caught fish & shellfish from the waters around Aberdyfi during the season! Closes when sold out. Find him on the wharf down the side of the tourist information.

Co-Op Tywyn – just over a 5 minute drive away there’s a reasonable sized Co-Op as you drive into Tywyn

Spar Tywyn – A small Spar shop on Tywyn High Street


If you’re in Aberdovey for a while it’s well worth using the trains to visit the surrounding areas ask for a Ranger or Rover ticket and you can hop off and on all day, if you’re only there a short while there’s plenty to do in the village.

• Go crabbing on the jetty… bait is available at the butchers, the RNLI shop at the lifeboat station, Dai’s Shed and the gift shops. • Visitors are welcome to try sea rowing at the rowing club at 10.00 Sat morning meet on the jetty in front of the blue double doors.

• Go to the Literary Institute (on the right-hand side on the way to the Penhelig Arms – look for the anchor at the front) and read a book or use the free Wi-Fi overlooking the sea (wet days?).

• Go to the Penhelig Arms and have a meal in the Fisherman’s bar • Play golf at Aberdovey Golf Club.

• Play bowls, putting or tennis at Aberdovey Bowls Club.

• Use the putting green or tennis courts at The Trefeddian Hotel (they simply ask that you buy a drink in return).

• Opposite the Penhelig Hotel find The Roman Road – just walk along the lovely row of houses until you reach a gate to the park, then walk along until you see a path along the cliff side, it’s such a pretty walk with Roman steps cut into the rocks up to picnic island.

• Enjoy a drink upstairs on the balcony at the Britannia Inn, watching the boats go by it’s the best seat in Aberdovey!

• Choose an ice-cream from the many flavours at the Pink ice-cream shop (you can ask for half and half!)

• Jump off the jetty (you’ve not really visited Aberdovey if you don’t do this!)

• Have a latte and cake or a sandwich at the Medina Coffee shop (up the little alley next to the Pharmacy) 

• Build a fire on the beach with driftwood at night near the sand dunes toast marshmallows or eat fish & chips.

• Have BBQ or picnic on the beach.

• Walk the four miles along the beach to Tywyn. It’s around four miles there – you can always get the train back!

• Go to Magic Lantern cinema in Tywyn – it’s like stepping back in time! Well worth a trip.They have a Secret Garden at the back accessed via a wardobe on the street serving tapas and drinks.

• In Tywyn, we love eating at the Salt Marsh Kitchen . 

• Play Tennis, Crazy Golf, Shuffleboard, Table Tennis or Quoits at the municipal park in Tywyn.

• Go to swimming pool in Tywyn – they do family float fun sessions and a gym.

• Go and see the waterfalls at Dolgoch – you can pick up the Tal-y Llyn railway in Tywyn to Abergynolwyn, which passes over the path to the falls. It’s a beautiful walk, but not suitable for very small children or pushchairs, as there are some steep drops.

• Go to the Honey Ice Cream shop in Tywyn it has the loveliest whippy ice cream & fab toppings.

• Go to the Craft Centre at Corris – there’s a Gin distillery, Welsh Jewellery shop, wooden crafts and children can make and paint pottery, candles and chocolate bars. There’s also an underwater boat ride through caves – King Arthur’s Labyrinth (they don’t open in the winter months, so check online before you set off).

• Eat at Blasau (The Royal House) in Machynlleth – lovely little black and white painted deli/coffee shop  just past the clock tower.

• Visit old curiosity shops (& Ian Snow shop) in Machynlleth.

• Take the train to Harlech and see the castle and lovely little shop.

• Take the train along the coast to Minfford and visit Portmeirion – it only takes 1hour 40 mins and is such a lovely journey. There’s a bit of a walk (1 mile) up to the village but it’s worth the effort – it’s such a magical place to visit for all the family. You can ask for a Ranger ticket on the train which means you can stop off at Barmouth or Harlech on your way back too.

• Go to Barmouth for the day (you can park at Fairbourne – follow signs for steam railway – & get the water taxi across the bay) – try the Mermaid Fish & Chip shop near the railway station.

• For bird enthusiasts & RSPB members there are a number of places to go :
– Just out of Machynlleth, on the road towards Aberystwyth is the Osprey Centre – the guides are very knowledgeable
– 10 miles east of Aberystwyth on the A44 you can see the Red Kites being fed – 2 pm daily and 3 pm when it’s British Summer Time
– There is a RSPB reserve at Yn-Y-Shir (also on the road from Machynlleth to Aberystwyth)

We hope the weather is kind to you and whatever you do – have a lovely time. We hope to see you again and please do tell all your friends about Aberlovely Holidays!

Please ensure you read T&C’s and safety/fire emergency info in pre arrival information.

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