Bwthyn Bach in Dyffryn, Wales

  • Dyffryn, Wales
  • 2 Sleeps
  • 1 Bedrooms
  • 2 Pets

What to Expect

Charming semi-detached converted barn. Beautifully nestled on the outskirts of Dyffryn Ardudwy near Barmouth. Stunning open plan interiors with furnishings of the highest standard.

Relax and unwind in the picturesque setting. This cottage has access to a shared hot tub. You will be glad to know that your four-legged furry friend is also welcome.

This property is great for a romantic escape in the heart of the Welsh countryside with an abundance of wildlife surrounding you.

At A Glance

  • Two Dogs Allowed
  • Private Hot Tub
  • Romantic Breaks
  • Luxury Collection
  • Pets - No Charge
  • Rural Location

Look Inside


  • Dishwasher
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Toiletries
  • Iron & Ironing Board
  • Bike Storage
  • Car Parking

About Bwthyn Bach

This cottage is a dream destination for a romantic weekend or a couple celebrating a special occasion. Sunny and cosy open plan living area. Have breakfast with stunning views of the landscape.

Your pooch will have a great time running around the enclosed garden.

Delightful self-catering semi-detached cottage. Splendid open plan living area. Chic furnishings with breakfast bar. Well equipped modern kitchen including electric oven, electric hob, combi microwave/ oven/ grill, fridge, freezer and dishwasher. Patio and outdoor hot tub.

Bwthyn Bach is pet-friendly. Two doggies are allowed at the cottages free of charge and there is a large enclosed garden for them to enjoy.

Map of Area

Things To Do in Barmouth

It will be great relaxing in your cottage with your pooch playing in the garden all day. But then you would be missing out on so many attractions right on your doorstep.

All these small towns are only a short drive away. Dolgellau has an amazing farmers market. Dolgellau Farmers Market is every third Sunday of the month. You can buy food, arts and crafts from fresh vegetables to pottery.

Llandanwg is well known for the St Tanwg’s Church. Also known as the Church in the Sand, St Tanwg’s is a grade one listed early medieval church. Restored in 1884 and 1987 the Church is a very atmospheric building retaining many medieval characteristics and features.

Barmouth has a number of stunning attractions. Barmouth Beach is a must for that vintage seaside atmosphere. Candy floss and donkey rides. The Blue Flag beach is never overcrowded. If you want a quieter space for your picnic and to be closer to the sea. Take the land train which runs the length of the promenade and moves further along the one-mile long promenade.

Barmouth Bridge was 150 years old in 2017. Currently free for pedestrians and cyclists to cross between Barmouth and Fairbourne. Once on the Fairbourne side, there is a path into Fairbourne itself, or you can travel up the famous Mawddach Trail along the disused railway line towards Dolgellau via the George the III pub.

Barmouth Harbour is well worth a visit. Barmouth developed as one of the major shipbuilding centres in Wales during the 18th and 19th centuries. The harbour still has a small fishing industry but is mainly used by pleasure craft. You will have to watch your footing when you go to Old Barmouth, climbing haphazardly up the steep slopes at the back of the High Street. the paths and alleys of old Barmouth reveal many fantastic and charming corners. Houses seem to be built almost on top of one another in this unusual jumble of steps and terraces.

Don’t forget to stop off at one of the local pubs or restaurants. You are sure to find something to tickle your taste buds. Look out for a doggie friendly pub. There are plenty to choose from. All the attractions you visit will be great for your canine companion. There are all sorts of smells and sights that will get their tails wagging.

Our Thoughts

Bwthyn Bach is a wonderful holiday retreat tucked away in outskirts of Dyffryn. This romantic cottage is the perfect destination to spend with someone special. Beautiful furnishings with open plan living and dining area. Well equipped kitchen for preparing a delicious meal to be enjoyed on your small patio.

There is a bubbling hot tub which you will have to share with the other cottages on the property. Don’t forget your pooch. There are more than welcome to join you on this holiday. You will, however, have to keep them on a lead as there are sheep on the farm. So, don’t delay. There are hidden gems like Bwthyn Bach right on your doorstep.
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Our Rating

Overall rating 89%
Comfort and Equipment 87%
Cleanliness 90%
Value for money 93%

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