aberdovey, wales, ideal for seaside holidays
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"A charming holiday cottage in the seaside village of Aberdovey, Wales."

Forty One Grove Place
Copperhill Street, Aberdovey, Gwynedd, Wales

  • sleeps 3
  • bedlinen and towels provided
  • non-smoking
  • no pets
  • private car parking
  • heating and electric included
  • £300 to £475 per week

aberdovey, snowdoniaorty-one Grove Place is a most attractive end of terrace self catering holiday cottage situated a little way up Copperhill Street very close to the centre of the seaside village of Aberdovey, where there are quaint shops, pubs and restaurants within easy walking distance.

the holiday cottage in aberdovey

relax in the lounge

accomodation (lodgings) in aberdovey snowdonia wales he front door opens into a very welcoming lounge/dining room, with solid fuel burner for those chilly evenings, although the cottage is centrally heated. There is a TV and video. A welcome pack is provided including coffee, tea, milk, eggs, bacon, fruit, and bread, plus some treats such as sweets, sherry and wine. The cottage has a telephone.

holiday cottages dining area
relaxing breaks

self catering kitchen

aberdovey compact but well equipped kitchen is situated behind with a door leading to the private sunny garden. The kitchen is equipped with:

  • dishwasher
  • microwave
  • fridge/freezer

aberdovey here are also ironing facilities provided, and there is a laundry service available just down the road in the village. Upstairs there is a double bedroom, single bedroom and bathroom. Soap, shampoo and hairdryers are supplied.

double bedroom

b&b in aberdoveyberdovey is renowned for its busy, pretty harbour and four miles of sandy beach, alongside which you will find the world famous Aberdovey Golf Course, a classic Championship Links founded in 1892. There are shops of all types in the centre of Aberdovey about 200 metres from the cottage. There is private parking at the end of the attractive terraced garden - parking is at a premium in the quaint narrow streets of Aberdovey!

he area has a wealth of places to visit and things to do.

Aberdovey – Watersports; Shops to browse; an historical harbour; quaint cafés and pubs, safe bathing on the long sandy beaches.
Machynlleth – Busy little market town 9 miles from Aberdovey, well worth a visit. Centre for Alternative Technology - 'Green' technology centre.
Tywyn – Tal-y-Llyn narrow gauge railway, the oldest little line in Wales, runs to the famous Tal-y-Llyn Lake.

aberdovey in wales ideal for holidays


cottage location in aberdovey
relaxing garden

See our find us page for a Googlemap and routeplanner to help plan your journey.

Please note that the cottage is not suitable for children. Credit cards are not accepted.
For more information, or to make a booking, please contact Pat Griffiths on:

Tel: 01341 250131 or 07527 053979      e-mail: e-mail us about the cottage