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Cornmill - Cornmill CourtyardPorthmadog, Llŷn Peninsula

£325 - £410 per week
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Sleeps 2
1 Bedroom
1 Bathroom
1 (Small)

Chic, contemporary, fun, quirky and sparkling! This is a fabulous ground floor holiday apartment in the most breathtaking location, overlooking the harbour at Porthmadog. Here, the Afon Glaslyn runs down to meet the sea, winding through marsh meadows with fantastic wildlife, and beyond is the magnificent backdrop of Snowdonia. You'll have great views of Cnicht - ‘the Welsh Matterhorn'.


"A fun pad, overlooking the harbour with views to Cnicht - the Welsh Matterhorn, and walking distance to everything."

This splendid Grade II Listed building is in a quiet, pretty cobbled area of Porthmadog Harbour - Pen Cei (meaning ‘head of the quay'). The town has an eclectic mix of shops, galleries, restaurants and pubs, along with some of North Wales' best attractions. It is home to the Welsh Highland and Ffestiniog Railways, and the Italianate village of Portmeirion is nearby. Take a walk along the famous Cob, a sea wall built by W A Maddock who gave his name to this once-busy seafaring town (Port Madoc).

Not a penny has been spared in preparing this fabulous home. A fun, cool little apartment for a happy break away with a difference!

Cornmill Courtyard can be booked together with neighbouring apartment The Old Cornmill which also sleeps 2.

  • Bed linen and towels provided
  • TV with Freeview
  • DVD
  • CD Player
  • Washing machine
  • Microwave
  • Off road parking
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Fiona Ewens

Booked this very last minute for my husband and myself. Absolutely perfect for 2, exceptionally clean, cosy and stylish.Perfect for exploring this part of Wales, a 2-minute walk from the shops and a stone's throw from the Ffestini…

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Douglas Morgan

Very convenient for Ffestiniog Railway and with a pub within 1 minutes walk. Proximity to bus stops (5 mins) and National Rail Station (15 mins), passing Tesco Supermarket, means that a car is not essential.

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