The cottage was built some-time in the mid 19th Century and retains much of that original layout. Our self-catering cottage is an end of terrace property with stepped access at the front and rear of the property.
The property can be booked and any general enquiries made by telephone, email or via the website which holds a good amount of information. Further information before your stay is either emailed or posted and can be made available in large print if requested.
The nearest train station is in either Pwllheli (11 miles) or Bangor which is 18 miles away. Taxis and buses are available from these points for onward travel to Clynnog Fawr. The bus stops for either direction are approximately 200 yards from the property.
Car parking is on the road outside the cottage and there is usually ample parking close to the property or alternatively in the lane behind the cottage. This is some 30 yards from the cottage, descending an unmade road which is uneven. The cottage is on the right from this direction.
The cottage has one step to the front door with a height of approximately 22cm. To the rear of the property there is a narrow (approximately 50/60 cm width) flight of steep and uneven steps ascending or descending to the back door. Several of these may be greater than 30cm in height. A handrail is in place on the left hand side. From the front of the cottage to the rear there is an alternative path which involves climbing three steps with a width access of approximately 120 cm. The steps are approximately 20-25cm in height. Whilst the steps are in good condition the path between them is unmade and loose material.
On the ground floor level of the cottage is the kitchen/diner , utility room and lounge. There is a short ramped access into the lounge from the hallway with a rise of approximately 15 to 20cm in total gradient. The utility room is at this level.
The kitchen has standard height work surfaces with a number of cupboards above the worktop for crockery and storage. There is an under the worktop fridge with freezer compartment and the cooker is at or below worktop height.
The sleeping areas and toilet and separate bathroom are accessed via a steep staircase with handrail on the right. This has restricted headroom for taller people halfway up. Each step rises approximately 22cm. The stairs are narrow with a width of approximately 60cm. The bathroom has a separate shower and a separate bath. To access the shower there is a step of approximately 25cm. The shower has a bi-fold door. The bath is of a standard type height.
All rooms on the upper floor are at the same level.
The cottage is either carpeted with short pile carpet or with concrete, slate or tile finishes. All offer contrast to the wall surfaces. Tiling is found in the bathroom and toilet area. Slate is found in the hallway and kitchen area and the utility room has a concrete floor which has a rough finish.
All the woodwork throughout the cottage is brown providing a contrast to the wall surfaces. The décor is white ceilings throughout with an off-white lounge, magnolia kitchen area, white bathroom and toilet area with white bathroom and toilet suites. The double bedroom, twin singles and bunk bed room have walls finished in a pastel yellow colour. The utility room has a brown/sand colour.