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Llety Perygl

200+ year old cottage
4 Bedrooms, 7 Guests
Offers available
About us

Surrounded by countryside and set down from the road, standing atop a verdant hillside with commanding views across open scenery, is Llety Perygl.

The majestic Harlech Castle and iconic Royal St. Davids course are both close by, beckoning visitors from all over, the perfect escape to bring your family and friends.This attractive, stone-built cottage, dated circa 1800, boasts plenty of character and far-reaching views to the North West, including Snowdon.It is a nature-lover’s paradise, with abundant wildlife attracted to the woodland and gardens, a place to relax once you have explored the coast and many walking trails of the area.

You can prepare delicious, home-cooked meals in the oak kitchen, with the electric AGA range cooker to assist you, and get the family together around the marble top table in the dining room.Take some time out to read in one of the armchairs by the window, with glorious vistas catching your eye as you look up from your book. There is also a microwave, fridge/freezer,dishwasher and plenty of storage, while the cloakroom has a  washer/dryer, should you wish to do any laundry while you are away.

There is a king-size double bedroom to complete the ground floor, while upstairs is a master king-size room showcasing dual aspect windows framing stunning views and its very own en-suite shower room.This is followed by another king-size double bedroom and a single room, while the family bathroom is rather spacious, boasting a rainfall shower over the bathtub.

You will have a marvellous hillside gardens extending to over an acre, with an area of mature woodland, owned by The Woodland Trust and The National Trust, to explore with the kids.Enjoy the peace and quiet, amazing views and tangerine sunsets melting away as you indulge an evening drink on the patio.

As well as its beautiful castle, Harlech also has a swimming pool, climbing wall, visitor centre and sandy beach, plenty to keep you entertained! The harbour town of Porthmadog is within driving distance, home to the Ffestiniog Railway and an array of gift shops and pubs, while the Italianate-style village of Portmeirion is also worth a visit.

Accommodations & About Your Stay

There is a lounge and seperate dining area, and the sleeping accommodation is across 4 bedrooms.




Discover Local Beauty

Situated in a magnificent position between the mountains and the sea, the delightful small town of Harlech is dominated by its majestic 13th century castle. Harlech Castle is recognised as the most impressive of all those built in North Wales by Edward I and has World Heritage status. The town is very popular with golfers, who come to enjoy the famous Royal St. Davids course, whilst the beautiful sandy beach is wonderful for family fun and long walks. Harlech offers an excellent variety of amenities including some good quality restaurants, whilst the whole of the Snowdonia National Park, together with the sandy beaches of Cardigan Bay, are all within easy reach.

What People Say

The thoughtfulness that this host has put into this holiday home is second to none.

It was like slipping into cinderellas slippers as you first stepped into this home and how it should be done. Even set up with household basics which most hold back on saving a few pennies but found this to make it a stress free arrival and more enjoyable holiday. Impressively clean and fully equipped to the highest standards. The welcome basket was also a delight as we arrived late due to travel conditions even the dog got his doggy popcorn it’s all the little things that count and make a difference.

Mrs Willis, Feb 2020

Places to visit nearby

Here is just a small selection of places to visit which are nearby to the cottage, and make for great day trips.


Portmeirion was created by Welsh architect Clough Williams-Ellis from 1925 to 1976. He wanted to show how a naturally beautiful site could be developed without spoiling it.


Ffestiniog Railway


The Ffestiniog Railway is the world’s oldest narrow gauge railway with almost 200 years of history, taking you on a 13½-mile journey from the harbour in Porthmadog to the slate-quarrying town of Blaenau Ffestiniog

Explore Barmouth

Barmouth’s history can be explored via the Heritage Trail. There is a wide range of independent shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants. Spend the day browsing the shops, and maybe an ice cream on the harbour watching the boats and seagulls