Cosy one bedroomed cottage nestled in a private terrace right in the centre of Aberdovey just set back from the main square. All amenities are in easy reach including the pet friendly beach and numerous restaurants, pubs and shops.
This charming cottage retains many of its original features including a wood burning stove with slate fireplace and oak flooring. It has a terraced enclosed separate rear garden that overlooks the village and estuary.
This cute, cosy cottage is ideal for couples- it has a light airy feel to the layout but a lovely wood burning stove cosy up to in the evening. Whilst it is tucked away in a secluded Terrace you are still right in the heart of the village just steps away from the dogs allowed beach, the restaurants and the lovely pet friendly pubs.
There is also an enclosed terraced garden which overlooks the village towards the estuary a real sun trap in the summer!
Once on Copperhill Street drive straight up and when you see FatFace on your right look for a small alleyway on your left in fifty yards between the two white houses. You can park to unload at the end of the alley but then you will need to move your car either further up the road under the railway bridge where there are often spaces along the roadside or down on the front opposite the main church if there are no spaces there there are two main car parks in Aberdovey one opposite the beach and the other next to the Penhelig Arms just past the railway bridge.
There will be a car park permit on the table for you to use whilst you are at the cottage. It is valid in both pay & display car parks in Aberdovey and any other Gwynedd Council run car parks.
PLEASE REMEMBER TO LEAVE THIS ON THE TABLE WHEN YOU LEAVE FOR THE NEXT GUESTS AS A REPLACEMENT COSTS £25
Check in is 4pm and check out at 11am we can sometimes change these if requested in advance.
Key found in key-safe to the left of the front door.
Recently refurbished to a high standard, this beautiful former Fisherman's cottage at Evans Terrace will provide you with the perfect seaside holiday in the heart of Aberdovey - a picturesque coastal village.
Situated in a secluded terrace, set back from the main square, you will be a hop, skip and a jump away from all this village has to offer and the local beach. The sandy beach is segregated into a family friendly area for building sand castles, water sports or a spot of crabbing off the ever popular jetty whilst further along is a pet friendly beach stretching for several miles. You will be in easy reach of shops, pubs and restaurants, whilst far enough away to remain undisturbed at night.
This charming cottage retains many original features, including a wood burning stove and slate fireplace. It also has many modern amenities including oak flooring throughout the ground floor, Wi-Fi and a fully equipped modern kitchen and bathroom.
Number 3 Evans Terrace 1 Bedroom
The boiler heats water on demand and so there will always be hot water available.
There should be plenty of cleaning products under the sink for you to use during your stay.
There is a Tassimo coffee machine and microwave.
we don't supply fuel for the log burner but you can buy everything you need just across the road at Dovey Marine.
Please be extremely careful if lighting the log burner especially if you have small children with you.
The boiler is situated in a cupboard in the bedroom with instruction booklets in the top drawer should you want to set the heating on a timer. Please remember to turn this off when you leave.
The heated towel rail works when the central heating is turned on (see notes above).
KEYS TO THE PROPERTY: via Keysafe
If you misplace a key there are spare ones kept at Scrubadub or call Louis.
PLEASE REPLACE THE KEY IN THE KEY SAFE WHEN YOU LEAVE!
Please remember to lock the doors, close windows, turn off central heating and turn off all light switches when you leave the property.
RUBBISH AND RECYCLING:
Household waste: The bin is in the wooden bin store.Place in sealed plastic bags inside the green bin if this is full please take the black bags down to the bins along the front so there is room for the next guests
Collection day and point: RUBBISH CAN BECOME A PROBLEM SO PLEASE READ CAREFULLY
Unfortunately rubbish is only collected once every 3 weeks in Aberdovey please ask the neighbours if you are there on Thursday if the bins are going to be collected next morning and wheel down to the bottom of thie alleyway. IF IN DOUBT PLEASE PUT THE GREEN BIN AT THE BOTTOM OF THE ALLEYWAY EVERY THURSDAY EVENING
Bottle Recycling: Place in the stacked recycling box trolley in between the bins in the bin store.
Collection day and point: Early every Friday morning at bottom of the alley
PLEASE PUT THE RECYCLING BOXES AT THE BOTTOM OF THE ALLEYWAY EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT
There are public waste bins on the main car park by the children’s play area
All bed linen, towels and tea towels are provided free of charge.
HEATING: There is central heating throughout, each radiator has a thermostatic control and the heating is switched on inside the boiler cupboard in the bedroom. Simply turn the dial to the required heat be careful not to set the radiators too high if you have little ones. The heated towel rail only works when the central heating is on so in the summer just turn the radiators off with the thermostatic controls and that will leave just the towel rail on.
Wi-Fi: Wi-Fi is BTHub6-PT5X Password iQmtpFm3YyWb. It works best downstairs. You can also get free Wi-Fi at the Literary Institute, Dovey Inn, The Britannia and The Penhelig Arms. Depending on your network the phone signal is quite poor but good spots are along the front by the car park and near the Dovey Inn.
Location: Above the front door
Name: Lisa French & David Prior
Mobile: 07717 800068 / 07734 550825
LOCAL CONTACT (if applicable):
Scrubadub Cleaning on the front or call Louis on 07816 863667
THINGS TO DO!
• Go crabbing on the jetty... bait is available at the butchers, lifeboat station and the gift shops.
• Try sea rowing at the rowing club at 10.00 Sat morning (take £3)
• Walk along the beach until you reach Tywyn (4 miles) then find the Salt Marsh Cafe and treat yourself to a Burger and Cocktail, you've earned it! You can either walk back or hop on the train :)
• Visit the Tourist Info museum on the front for a potted history of Aberdovey
• Go to the Literary Institute and read a book or use the free Wi-Fi overlooking the sea (wet days?)
• Go to the Craft Centre at Corris and make candles and chocolate bars
• Go to the Penhelig Arms and have a meal in the Fisherman’s bar
• Opposite the Penhelig find The Roman Road - just walk
along the lovely row of houses until you reach a gate to the park then walk along until you see a path along the beach it’s such a pretty walk with Roman steps cut into the rocks up to picnic island.
• Enjoy a drink on the balcony at the Britannia watching
the boats go by
• Choose an ice-cream from the Pink ice-cream shop (you can ask for half and half if you like!)
• Walk along the beach to Tywyn - it’s around four miles there
• Take the train to Harlech and see the castle and lovely little shops
• Go to Magic Lantern cinema in Tywyn - it’s like stepping back in time! There's a fab restaurant called the Salt Marsh Kitchen nearby that do a pre-cinema set meal to die for! You'll need to book though.
• Get the bean bags & picnic rugs out of shed and have fish & chips on the decking
• Play Tennis, Crazy Golf, Shuffleboard, Table Tennis or Quoits at the municipal park in Tywyn
• Eat at Blasau (The Royal House) in Machynlleth - lovely little black and white painted deli/coffee shop right by Charlie’s Emporium just past the clock tower
• Visit old curiosity shops (& Ian Snow shop) in Machynlleth
• Go to swimming pool in Tywyn - they do family float fun sessions
• Jump off the jetty (you’ve not really visited if you don’t do this!)
• Go and see the waterfalls at Dolgoch you can pick up the Tal-y-Llyn railway in Tywyn to Abergynolwyn which passes over the path to the falls. It’s a beautiful walk but not suitable for very small children or pushchairs as there are some steep drops.
• Go to the Honey Ice Cream shop in Tywyn
• Have a latte at the Medina Coffee shop (up the little alley next to the Pharmacy) or No 8 which has nice little gifts