Book Sea Moss Cabin (Sleeps 2)
Lovingly renovated in 2020, Sea Moss Cabin is Chalet 1 on the Woodlands Holiday Park, Bryncrug, LL36 9UH. In common with the Pen-y-Bont Hotel, it is on the B4405 Tywyn road, but 8 miles further West towards the coast. It benefits from never having hosted either pets or young children!
It is a beautiful holiday cabin for two, and fully accessible. It is positioned on the car park directly opposite to the Clubhouse. It has it’s own parking space, as well as a patio and garden areas. These amenities have a sweeping view of the fields descending towards the coast.
This South Westerly vista gives views of the sunset over the sea. Set up the dining table, large parasol and sun loungers (which are provided in the cabin) for a relaxing and scenic outdoor setting. The immediate vicinity has Scots Pine trees and Buddleia bushes that will attract butterflies in summer. Many species of birds can be heard singing in the woods.
The interior is newly decorated with a seaside theme and is open plan (except for the ensuite shower and toilet). The double bed folds up into the wall when not in use, further increasing the space inside the Cabin. Sea Moss Cabin is fully Centrally Heated for warmth and cosiness on cooler evenings. On warm Summer Evenings you can open the double glazed patio doors and dine outdoors as you admire the sunset! There is a kitchenette with a standalone gas cooker and hob, microwave and toaster. Bed linen and towels are provided.
Also electricity and gas are all covered within the price.
There is a Flat screen TV and DVD Player that can be viewed either from one of the Sofas or from the cosiness of the Double Bed. There are numerous Freesat channels to choose from as well as a selection of DVD films. We also have rainy day activities such as playing cards, board games and even a jigsaw puzzle!
Wi Fi is available for one device at a time through the Woodlands Holiday Park website, at a daily rate. Mobile Phone signals are good, due to the open and elevated position, so many devices can access the Net through your existing Data Packages.
On your arrival Angela will personally introduce you to Sea Moss Cabin wherever possible. If not then you will have been given a code to access the key from the Key Security Box. Once inside, our Information Folder will tell you all you need to know to enjoy the facilities. Our knowledge of the local area and the amenities provided here are a resource that we want to share, so please feel free to ask if there is anything you need to know or are unsure of.
We take our impact on the environment seriously. For this reason we provide recycling facilities and will give you guidance on how to use these.
Sea Moss Cabin is situated within The Woodlands Holiday Park, adjacent to the Car Park near to the Clubhouse. Here there are more onsite facilities such as a Bar and Restaurant. There is also an outdoor Swimming Pool and also a small Launderette on site. The availability of these facilities may vary throughout the season and are managed by the Park.
You are so close to the famous Talyllyn Railway that you can hear the whistle of the little steam train as it passes by on the far side of the valley. Book a journey up the Dysynni Valley for a great day out whatever the weather!
You are only a little over a mile away from the West Wales Coastal Footpath and Cycleway at Broad Water near Tywyn.
Just a mile away is the local attraction of Dolgoch Falls, a spectacular waterfall where nationally rare ferns are growing. While the walk up the course of the falls is steep, it is not overly long and can be enjoyed by anyone who is reasonably fit and can along woodland paths.
This part of Wales is very fortunate to have long sandy beaches that are, for the most part, away from the madding crowds even during the Summer Season. We can recommend Tywyn which has a level Promenade walk, which can be continued over pebbly ground for several miles if desired. On most days you will here the sound of Skylarks should you do so. Going South this joins up with Aberdyfi Beach which is a huge expanse with very few visitors, until you get to Aberdyfi itself, which is a beautiful coastal village with shops, pubs and places to eat. Here you will notice the difference as Aberdovey (Aberdyfi) can get very busy on Bank Holidays!
A drive North up the coast will take you past the high Sea Viewing Points at Llwyngwril on the way to Fairbourne. Here there is a miniature railway and some great Estuarine walks around Morfa Mawddach. If you cross the old wooden Toll Bridge at Penmaenpool you will come to Barmouth. Fishing Boats are moored in the Estuary and such is the quality of the water that you may see Dolphin and Porpoise out to sea. Here you can sample the day's catch at one of the local Sea Front Eateries after a day relaxing on the wide dunes of golden sand. At most times swimming is safe and a great pleasure to enjoy along any of these beaches.
Of course, you may decide to visit a local Restaurant for an Evening Meal. We can give recommendations, which would include Seabreeze Aberdyfi, The Salt Marsh Cafe, Tywyn or the Propergander, Tywyn.
The Lantern Cinema is another evening activity that might take your fancy. It is a lovely traditional old cinema that is only a mile or two away, and serves drinks too.
The Owners live locally so can easily be contacted in any event, which is one of those "hidden advantages" that most Vacation Rental Accommodation can't provide. We are happy to advise and assist in any way we can to help you get the most out of your stay in Sea Moss Cabin!