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Celtic House - Self Catering

Celtic House - Self Catering in AberdoveyCeltic House is a superb large house directly overlooking the Dyfi estuary with magnificent uninterrupted views right out to sea. Situated near the centre of the village we are close to the shops, restaurants and pubs.

Luxury carpeted throughout Celtic House has four double bedrooms and one twin room. It can sleep up to ten people comfortably. There are two bathrooms with electric showers and an additional toilet. The huge lounge/diner has plenty of settees, armchairs and seating for everyone. There is a TV, VCR and CD player. In the newly fitted kitchen there is a gas hob and oven, fridge freezer, microwave and dishwasher. There is also a laundry room.

Celtic House - Self Catering in AberdoveyOur guests say “Great house in a great place” “Wonderful house wonderful place” “I will never forget the views”.
The house is graded 4 Stars by Wales Tourist Board.

The tariff includes Central heating, gas, electricity and all bed linen. Car parking permits are also provided. We can also supply a cot and high chair free of charge. Short breaks are available in the off peak season. Contact us for a colour brochure.

General Information

Aberdovey is an attractive, peaceful village with a busy harbour providing it’s visitors with a wide range of activities. The village is on the south-facing coast of Cardigan Bay, which gives an exceptional mild climate and low rainfall. There are five miles of beautiful clean sand and the water quality is in the ‘excellent’ category. The village boasts an excellent range of restaurants covering a wide spectrum of prices.

Celtic House - Self Catering in AberdoveyBowls, tennis and putting available at the recreation ground and a little further along the road is the famous Aberdovey Golf Club.

The river is well known for it’s fishing whilst the estuary provides an excellent area for wind surfing, skiing and canoeing. There are also boats that provide sea-fishing trips.

There are several walks centred on the village and for the more energetic the village is an ideal base for exploring the surrounding Snowdonia National Park. Details of walks and climbs can be obtained from the information centre.
Nearby are the towns of Tywyn to the west (4miles) and Machynlleth to the east (10 miles). Both have an interesting range of shops and on market day bustle with activity.

Please contact:-  Mr J Reynolds

Vanner, Sea View Terrace, Aberdovey, Gwynedd, LL35 0LL

Telephone (International):-  +44 1654 767274

Telephone (UK):-  01654 767274




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