The holiday cottage of "Glan Y Mor" can be found in Bull Bay in Gwynedd. Glan Y Mor can sleep 6 people with 3 bedrooms to sleep your holiday party. Glan Y Mor has a bedroom makeup of: Three ground floor bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x double, 1 x twin. Ground floor bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, separate shower, basin and WC. First floor basin and WC. First floor open plan living area with kitchen, dining area, sitting area and balcony. First floor sitting room with balcony.
It's worth looking at Glan Y Mor if you're after a family holiday cottage.
These are the reviews for Glan Y Mor. There are 13 reviews.
A privilege to have stayed in such a beautiful upside down high quality home. Watched the sunrise every morning through the huge cathedral window over looking the bay. Enjoyed all the suggestions made by the owner. Loved all her collected items dotted around, kept discovering ones hidden about in the rafters, plants etc... great fun. Loved the decor and furnishings. Great facilities, can’t fault anything. Beautiful location to return to after exploring the island each day. We had a Wonderful ... Mr Bell (October 2018)
Plus an amazing location with beautiful views of the bay and easy access to coastal walks. This was our second visit and we would hope to return again next year Mrs Lewis (September 2018)
Amazing property that the published photographs did it no justice ( even though it looked really good in pictures ) Would definitely return & recommend to friends Mr Woods (September 2018)
Would highly recommend this property. Mrs Perry (August 2018)
A delight was the salting pool at the right time of tide - it became our own little private swimming pool (though you need beach shoes to get to it)! The house showed so much consideration for its guests, with tiny details such as coat hooks in all the right places, easy to clean bathroom light switch, and such a well equipped kitchen. This place felt such an indulgence yet didn't break the bank - we will definitely be back! Livingston (July 2018)
The house itself was perfect and far exceeded what we were expecting. Would definitely recommend this as a holiday location, particularly if you like a quiet time, exploring rockpools and watching the sunset and the porpoises from the nearby cliffs (the beach is literally across the road and the cliffs are a 5 minutes walk). Ms Morris (July 2018)
Had an excellent holiday in this well placed holiday let. A different view from the window every day and enjoyable to watch kayakers, rowers etc. The house was quiet and comfortable with the bonus of Sky tv and better wifi than we have at home. It was well furnished and had loads of wardrobe space (I like to take everything in case lol) and a fabulous fridge/ feezer instead of those teeny ones you usually get. The ONLY downside was the noise the fridge made, which could be heard in the kingsize room below. Unfortunately I am like the Princess from the Princess and the Pea story and slept in ALL the beds until we ended up in the twin room (we sleep in a king size bed usually), We would definitely go there again! IreneandTim (May 2018)
There were 6 adults in this party all of whom could sit comfortably in the main lounge, around the dining room table and the 2nd lounge. We loved the fact that the upstairs and main living area was upstairs and very open plan. There was plenty of space to park out the front. The house is very well appointed, all fixtures and fittings were of a high standard as was the kitchen. The house has lots of quirky artefacts in it which we loved and the longer we stayed there the more we found. Dr Mander (March 2018)
Beautiful comfortable house within a fantastic location and a view well worth the visit. Mrs Usher (October 2017)
Just like the brochure. Top marks to the owners and Sykes for having this beautiful house on their books everything about the holiday was great. Mrs Hardwicke (September 2017)
This spacious upside down accommodation has amazing views of rocky Bull Bay, it is generally finished to a high standard and is comfortable and homely. The two balconies overlooking the bay were lovely to sit and relax on with a cup of tea. However, I was disappointed with the level of cleanliness of the kitchen and the shower tiles - on arrival I had to clean the fridge shelves of previous spillages and kitchen counters which were sticky. My daughter also had to change beds after the first night as one of the twin beds was very creaky. However, my children very much enjoyed skimming stones in the bay and watching for seals and my husband (an avid bird watcher) was enthralled by all the birds and other wildlife. The nearby coastal path is beautiful and Church bay (blue flag beach) was good for body boarding. Caernarfon is also worth a day visit with its independent shops and lovely estuary views. qualityovercost (August 2017)
The position of the house all the beautiful beaches nere by we had most relaxing time first visit to Anglesey deffelty go back Mrs Gaskell (July 2017)
Good location for walking, golf,rowing. Outstanding property layout with sun morning and afternoon. Mrs Ticehurst (May 2017)
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