“Having had experience of other holiday cottages, I feel able to offer some constructive critique.”
Firstly I would say that we had a wonderful week in Trearddur - it’s a lovely location and conducive to restorative rest and relaxation. The location of the cottage is ideal.
The cottage itself is comfortable and fine for 2 people. It lacks natural light so if the weather is not fine it can be claustrophobic in the living area. The amenities are fine, apart perhaps from a fridge which is difficult to access (particularly the lower shelves) in its current location and the lack of a washing machine/airer/washing line. Wi-fi is not really as advertised as you need to move away from the cottage to a nearby central area which is accessed by a key which hangs in the kitchen and was not noticed by us until the day before our departure. In this regard a welcome folder of detailed information might be better than sheets of A4 posted in the kitchen.
The garden is nice although the garden furniture is pretty worn and not in keeping with the otherwise good quality provision in the cottage. We took our own chairs and were able to relax in the garden; this would not have been as enjoyable had we had to use what is in place. Finally the welcome pack, including the bottle of Prosecco was a nice touch and was appreciated.