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Madryn Lodge

Pwllheli, North Wales & Snowdonia (Ref. 1015295)

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  • Sleeps 4

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets No

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  • Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor bedroom
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The property

Located a couple of miles from the pretty village of Rhydyclafdy, on the Llyn Peninsula, is this delightful former lodge to Madryn Castle.

Enter the property, into a spacious hallway where you can drop off your muddy boots and coats.

Access the sitting room via three steps and curl up with your loved ones in the evening to relax and unwind and enjoy the warming wood burning stove.

Discover the well-equipped kitchen where you can rustle up a delicious home-cooked meal and venture into the conservatory cum dining room to enjoy your food and the far reaching mountain views.

The property has two bedrooms: one ground-floor twin, which can be made up as a single on request, and one first-floor double and a ground floor bathroom with shower over so you can enjoy a warm soak at the end of a tiring day.

Outside, you will discover a lovely wild cottage garden with two seating areas and plenty of garden furniture to sit out on and enjoy the fresh country air with a refreshing beverage.

Discover some of the most spectacular mountain views over the Llyn Peninsula to Harlech in the distance, perfect for those who enjoy sightseeing and photography, and with ample opportunities for some bird watching.

Two miles from the lodge is the village of Rhydyclafdy where you will find a pub and an award-winning seafood restaurant.

Travel into the seaside town of Nefyn which has a small supermarket, chemist and three pubs serving traditional Welsh ale.

Whilst there, visit the maritime museum for a spot of history, as well as, the microbrewery and lovely sandy beach, perfect for those relaxing summer months.

Or, why not visit the village of Abersoch, 7.5 miles away, with it's pretty harbour, sandy beaches, boutique shops and a varied choice of cafes, pubs and restaurants.

The largest town is Pwllheli, 5.5 miles away, where you can find some larger supermarkets and a weekly Wednesday market for those shopping sprees.

Madryn Lodge is a delightful choice for a country and coastal break to Wales.

Note: Towels are not provided
Note: Steep open tread stairs from lounge up to double bedroom


  • Two bedrooms: 1 x ground-floor twin (can be made up as a single on request), 1 x first-floor double. Bathroom with bath and shower over, basin and WC
  • Kitchen
  • Sitting room with wood burning stove
  • Conservatory with dining table
  • Oil central heating, wood burning stove
  • Double electric oven and gas hob, microwave, toaster, kettle, fridge/freezer, coffee machine, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, TV with freeview, DVD player, CD player, a selection of books and WiFi
  • Fuel, power and logs included in rent
  • Bed linen included in rent
  • Highchair provided
  • Off-road parking for two cars
  • Cellar storage for bikes
  • Enclosed cottage garden and gravelled area with wooden furniture and charcoal barbecue
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop 3.5 miles and pub 2.1 miles
  • Note: The stairs to the double bedroom are open tread and steep and care must be taken
  • Note: There are three steps leading up to the sitting room and may not be suitable for those with limited mobility

About the location


Abersoch 6 miles; Criccieth 8 miles.

This busy market town is the unofficial capital of the Llyn Peninsula which is one of the most scenic regions of Wales, renowned for its outstanding scenery, stunning coastal walks, excellent beaches and golf courses. This traditional seaside town offers a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants and an impressive marina holding 400 boats. The town boasts two beaches, one with the Blue Flag Award and is renowned for its sailing and watersports. Close by are Criccieth, with its medieval castle, and popular Abersoch, a pretty harbour town also renowned for its wonderful beaches and watersports facilities. Much of the peninsula is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a lot of the coastline is owned by the National Trust providing many remote bays, sandy beaches and exciting clifftop walks, as well as wildlife havens like Bardsey Island. Discover all of Snowdonia, the Isle of Anglesey, many medieval castles and N.T. properties and gardens, or simply relax in this beautiful part of Wales.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Off-season