We hope you’ll find the following information useful to give a flavour of what we have at Rhosgyll Fawr. If you would like any further information, or to check availability or to make a booking, we can be contacted either by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone: 01766 810832 or 07771 512085.
2 cottages | Nythfa sleeps up to 3 | Tyddyn Cae sleeps up to 4, dogs welcome | short breaks available | 25 acres woodland & lakes | Visit Wales 4 star
WHERE WE ARE
Rhosgyll Fawr is set in an enviable location between the majestic mountains of Snowdonia and the unspoilt coastline of the Llyn peninsula. Nestled within a tranquil 25 acre lake and woodland nature reserve Rhosgyll Fawr is the perfect place to unwind. The property is within five miles of the quintessential seaside town of Criccieth, making it a great base for exploring the area, walking and cycling or simply relaxing on one of the many safe, sandy beaches nearby.
The two cosy detached self-catering cottages at Rhosgyll Fawr are set around a gravelled courtyard alongside our own home, which dates back to the 16th century. Each of our cottages has it’s own privately situated garden, set amid acres of pasture and woodland. The peaceful lake and woodland nature reserve which is directly across the driveway from the cottages is a haven for birds and other wildlife. With little light pollution our clear night skies make star-gazing a magical experience. Well behaved dogs are also welcome in Tyddyn Cae Cottage at no extra cost.
Whether it’s a short break out of season, or a longer holiday, there is always plenty to see and do here. Rhosgyll Fawr is ideally situated for explorers wishing to venture into Snowdonia or visit some of the finest medieval castles in Britain. You can enjoy country walking from the doorstep to the ancient tree lined walkway of the Lon Goed, and admire the stunning views from the Llyn Coastal Path. The nearby traffic-free Lon Eifion cycleway runs to the Royal town of Caernarfon and the leafy lanes around Rhosgyll Fawr form part of a network of cycle routes that crisscross the area. The Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways, castles of Criccieth, Caernarfon, Harlech, and Conwy, numerous safe beaches including the renowned Black Rock Sands, the pretty villages of Abersoch, Borth y Gest, Beddgelert, Betws y Coed and Sir Clough Williams-Ellis’ world famous Italianate village of Portmeirion, setting for the cult TV series ‘The Prisoner’, are all within a scenic drive of Rhosgyll Fawr. There are lots of activities for everyone to enjoy at any time of the year, including visiting art galleries, National Trust properties, farmers markets, music festivals, castles, playing golf, pony trekking, dolphin spotting, sailing, rock climbing, mountain walking, paint-balling, go-karting, and quadbiking. With so much to explore many guests are keen to book a return visit to Rhosgyll Fawr before they’ve even left.
PLEASE NOTE that, while there are a number of fisheries near by, fishing is not available at Rhosgyll Fawr. Rhosgyll Fawr is a non smoking property.
For enquiries, please email: email@example.com or telephone: 01766 810832.
Wi-fi is not currently provided, but mobile internet may be available (O2 3G signal can be picked up).
Adrian & Rachel Jackson