Ffermdy – Holiday Cottage By The Beach

This three-bedroom traditionally built 17th century, mountain facing farmhouse holiday cottage is the perfect place to enjoy those evenings with friend or family. The Ffermdy sleeps 6 + a cot.

The comfortable lounge with its oak fireplace, slate hearth and log burner providing the focal point is a great place to relax at the end of the evening.

The kitchen/ diner is a lovely farmhouse style kitchen with a range style electric cooker with gas hob, it has all the equipment you would need to cook up a storm. The dining table seats 6 perfectly.

The first of three bedrooms sleeps three (1 double & 1 single bed) can be used as a twin room and has an ensuite shower, WC and washbasin. The other two bedrooms are both doubles enjoying views over the mountains.

The family bathroom has a “P” shaped bath with overhead shower, wc and washbasin.

The cottages are in an enclosed large lawned garden with a private patio, seating and table to enjoy al fresco dining.

A £200 security deposit paid by bacs or cash will be requested by us prior to arrival. This will be returned in full within five working days.


Sleeps Six

3 Bedrooms – 3 double + 1 single
Bed linen & towels provided
1 Family bathroom
1 En-suite
Free Wifi
No pets, Smoking or vaping please


  • Welcome pack on arrival
  • Oil central heating
  • Range cooker with gas hob
  • Microwave
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge/freezer
  • Toaster
  • Coffee Machine
  • Free WIFI
  • 50″ Smart TV
  • DVD player + dvd’s
  • Iron and Ironing Board
  • Hairdryer
  • Cot, Stair gate and Highchair available on request
  • Shared Washing Machine and Tumble Dryer
Ffermdy stairs


The location is exceptional, a true holiday cottage by the beach. A private track cuts across fields of grazing sheep (be sure to shut the gates) to three very well kept holiday cottages nestled together within the stone walled curtilage of what used to be the original farmhouse.

The stunning, sandy beach is only a 5-10 minute stroll through the fields and across the boardwalk. The beach has been given the blue flag status again this year which is testament to it’s un-spoilt nature and cleanliness. The UNESCO world heritage site of Harlech is a short drive along the coast and affords a good selection of charming cafes, pretty shops and the famous Castle of course. Barmouth, a little closer to the south, is a traditional Victorian seaside town that is home to a number of lively pubs and restaurants.

There are lots of fun things to do in the area. Small local operators are happy to take adventurous guests gorge walking down the Nantcol River or paddle boarding up the Mawddach estuary. While a number of larger activity providers such as Zip World, Coed Y Brenin Mountain Bike Centre and Surf Snowdonia are attracting attention from around the world.