Caernarfon, North Wales

Beudy'r Wennol

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New Properties

Open Fire / Woodburner

Fishing Nearby / On-Site

Hot Tub

Close To Coast

Property Info

General Info

Beudy'r Wennol is a beautifully renovated, detached barn conversion in a peaceful location, surrounded by open farmland on the fringes of Groeslon village, North Wales. This exceptional and unique barn conversion provides luxury holiday accommodation, and incorporates some of the original features with the addition of more modern facilities, such as underfloor heating throughout, contemporary furnishings, lovely fabrics and beautifully crafted oak ledge and brace doors. The spacious sitting room is light and bright with a stunning exposed stone gable wall, all enhanced by the impressive high pitched ceiling, stylish lighting and oak beams; this wonderful sitting area is made complete with a warming woodburner and large comfy leather sofas; a sumptuous place to relax after a day out walking. The luxurious and well-equipped kitchen, complete with preparation island and Rangemaster stove, will inspire you to conjure up some tasty treats for the family and is a wonderful social space with comfortable dining for all the family. There are three stylish and well-appointed bedrooms, all boasting hand-crafted oak king-size beds, ensuring a good night's sleep, patio doors out to seating areas and one of the bedrooms has the benefit of an en-suite shower room. The other two bedrooms share the use of an equally beautiful bathroom and there is an additional cloakroom for convenience. In the attached outbuilding there is storage space for bikes and equipment and if the weather keeps you indoors, there is a pool table and a dart board here. To the front is a courtyard and decked seating, the frontage is all open to the adjacent cottage, Plas Mawr, with a private garden at the rear, ideal for enjoying a cup of tea whilst planning the day ahead. Situated in a tranquil setting surrounded by open farmland close to the village of Groeslon and yet is within five miles of the historical and royal town of Caernarfon, offering a range of shopping facilities. For those who love walking, there are some excellent routes from the cottage, not to mention the beautiful Blue Flag beach at Dinas Dinlle, offering a sloping shoreline, sand dunes and rock pools, just three miles away. Snowdon is within easy reach and slightly further afield are also attractions including Bounce Below and Zip World Velocity 2 and Zip World Titan. A lovely and relaxing retreat, with something for everyone to enjoy all-year-round. Note: Adjacent to Ref 974514 and booked together they can sleep 14. Read More

Property Info

All ground floor: Three bedrooms: 3 x king-size (one with en-suite shower room with shower, basin and WC), one accessed from one side only. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Cloakroom with basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Utility. Sitting room with woodburning stove. External games room. Hot tub

Facilities

Underfloor heating throughout and woodburning stove. Electric Rangemaster stove, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, WiFi, pool table, darts board. Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburning stove inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off-road parking for two cars. Patio and garden with furniture. Sorry, no smoking and no pets. Beach 5 minutes away. Foot of Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsula is 15 minutes away. Shop 1.5 miles, 1 x pub 5min walk and a 5 min drive for another. Note: One king-size bed is accessed from one side only. Note: No Hen or Stag parties allowed. Please note: This property has a £250 good house keeping bond. Please note check in is 4pm and check out is 10am Read More

The Hot Tub

  • Hot tub is private for your use only
  • Electric
  • Seats 5 people
  • Not sunken
  • Undercover
  • Located outside
  • High quality hot tub

Location

Reviews

Never Again

My husband and I were fortunate to have a 4 day break at this holiday home with my sister in law and partner joining us the following day (14.09.20 to 18.09.20). Upon arrival, the barn seemed ok, quite impressive with the high ceilings. As the afternoon, evening wore on and we got settled and unpacked, we noticed that the cleanliness wasn’t as up to scratch as you would expect (especially in these very uncertain times), and other frustrating faults. This consisted of the following: Cobwebs down both sides of the wardrobe (as well as the back), there was no way that this wardrobe had been cleaned that day. Very large cobwebs in the kitchen and lounge area, again, having a supposed 6 hour Covid clean, you would certainly not expect this. Dirty cutlery in the drawer (which was the last straw for me personally). Toilets didn’t flush properly. You couldn’t use both showers at once, as the water flow was terrible. There was no kitchen roll, no washing up sponge (although there was a dishwasher). No hairdryer (I didn’t bring my own as the particulars stated that there was one). One of the shower rooms had no blinds on it and the house next door can see right in if they were standing outside. I had to shower in the dark. I text, who I thought was the owner but appeared to be the owners partner, firstly to ask where the hairdryer was kept and secondly, to say that we were disappointed regarding the cleanliness. About 20 minutes later, Angela knocked on the door with a carrier bag containing her own hairdryer (no explanation as to where the one was supposed to be). I didn’t know whether this has been cleaned prior to being brought up to us. She came in and we (tried) to explain to her about our concerns regarding cleanliness etc. Her initial reply was “but look what you’ve got” gesturing to the home, not seeming too concerned about our uneasiness about the cleanliness. I assume she thought that we should be so amazed at our surroundings that the concerns we had would pale into insignificance. After showing her the wardrobe (after we had already cleaned most of the cobwebs off ourselves), her words were “do you want me to bring you a feather duster”? At this point, I got slightly irritated. I work for the NHS and this was my first week off in 6 months so thought I had a right to be annoyed. Because of her attitude, we told her that we would be leaving the next morning and we also informed my sister in law that we were uneasy about the cleanliness and for her and her partner not to come as her partner has leukaemia. About 10 minutes after she left, the owner called up to look for himself. We explained about Angela’s attitude and he apologised on her behalf. He could see our concerns that because the attention to detail was not there, we were in no way confident that it had been cleaned properly. About 10 minutes after the owner left, I received a text from Angela, apologising for her attitude and to say that there was a bottle of bubbly on it’s way up to us and to please try to enjoy the rest of our evening. The owner then delivered the bottle of champagne and we again explained that if Angela had acted differently then we probably would have stayed if they had offered to get the cleaner in the next morning to rectify our concerns. We spent the rest of our evening trying to find another place to stay as we wanted to try and make the most of our break. The owner confirmed that my sister in law would receive a full refund. We thanked him and said we would be leaving asap the next morning. Since leaving the property, my sister in law has been told by Sykes that the owners are refusing to refund her, saying that it was because they offered for the cleaner to come and rectify things and we refused. This is an outright lie – it was myself that said that if they had offered that, we may have stayed. Also since we left, Angela said that my husband was threatening and she was thinking of phoning the police! I can categorically say that my husband was in no way threatening towards her (in fact in was more the other way around). We were both a bit annoyed and upset but that’s a totally different thing to being threatening. And, on another note, if we were that threatening, then why did she text me to apologise, send up a bottle of champagne and tell us to try and enjoy the rest of the evening?? The question of refund is currently ongoing as my sister in law has been speaking directly with Sykes. She has also spoken directly to Angela who appears to be inventing one lie after another. Further lies have surfaced, a couple of them being that I was confrontational and I could have easily have made up the story regarding the dirty cutlery! I find that absolutely abhorrent behaviour. Never have we been treated in this way before, and we are absolutely appauled by Angela’s accusations towards us. We are disgusted by this behaviour and wondered why we couldn’t find many reviews for this place – maybe this is why. I would not be in the least bit surprised if the owners ‘lie’ about my review. I can categorically say that everything I have stated is true. On another note, this review was sent to Sykes Holiday Cottages a few weeks ago and has still, to date, not been published on their website - I wonder why? We were so lucky to find an amazing home for the rest of our stay, which was spotlessly clean, had all of the facilities you could ask for, and amazing hosts.

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