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Braich-Y-Celyn Lodge
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Braich-Y-Celyn Lodge

Braich-Y-Celyn Lodge is a converted seaside estate lodge that has been restored with loving care that has allowed it to retain the little pieces of charming character that your family loves from the slate floor to the bread oven to the original ornamental fireplaces.

The updated kitchen and sitting area provide a wonderful place to begin and end a great day, and every room shows you a different spectacular view of the estuary and resort of Aberdovey. Just a mile away from the front door is the golden-sand beach where you can plan to spend many a fun day sunbathing, surfing, fishing, or just relaxing.

In the nearby town of Aberdovey, you can find a very welcoming environment and any number of family-friendly activities such as sailing, playing golf on the best courses in the UK, and admiring the colourful cottages that have earned the town the moniker “artist’s paradise”. Restaurants specialising in seafood assure you’ll never be without something good to eat, and the small shops are the perfect places to pick up a couple tokens to remember your time spent here.

If you wish to venture further out, you can always make a day trip of experiencing the world-famous Talyllyn Steam Railway in neighbouring Tywyn, hiking through the ranges of Cader Idris and Aran Fawddwy, and peaking the highest point in Wales in Snowdonia National Park.

Braich-Y-Celyn Lodge truly has a little bit of something for the whole family to enjoy. Book your holiday here today and see what is in store for you!




welsh experience

lovely white cottage in a great location with amazing views. facilities are great and modern. lots of space for the little ones and also incl safety gates and cots.

the kitchen was good but lacks pots and pans

overall a great place to stay and will revisit in the future

A FlipKey verified reviewer

Lovely cottage

Our week spent at Braich Y Celyn was most enjoyable in a very comfortable cottage situated in an ideal private location. The advantage of being able to park outside is quite considerable for aberdovey, and the close proximity to the main seafront area is really convenient particularly with the free car park pass provided.
The cottage is warm and comfortable with all modern conveniences apart from a microwave which would be difficult to fit in. Everything was as promised on booking and we will look to stay there again.

A FlipKey verified reviewer

Beautiful accommodation with fab view

Lovely cottage with great view. Spotless and pleasant decor. Ideal spot for touring the area and very nice beach locally.

A FlipKey verified reviewer

peace & quite with outstanding views & wild life

the house is well placed and easy to find,
the layout was modern and well layed out with comfortable beds. For our first first holiday in Wales this was a good location to pick, we found plenty of places to go and eat, we dined out 6 out of 7 nights. We will defenently going back soon.

Dougie & Sally

Delightful cottage in a delightful situation

My elderly mother and I had a very good week staying in this cottage with plenty of room for four if needed. My mother was a little anxious about the gap in the banister at the bottom of the stairs but she adjusted and after that we just enjoyed its cosiness and superior views. It is very well equipped and has lots of little touches that show the thoughtfulness of the owner. We would stay there again in a flash as apart from its own features it is a good centre to explore and enjoy the mid Wales area.

A FlipKey verified reviewer

The location was intimate and a perfect place for getting around Wales. The landlord had thought of everything to ensure that our stay was as comfortable as possible, even down to the little touches such as leaving the card for the video shop. There was a huge welcome pack that gave us lots of information for the local area. The decor was superb and really made us feel at home by using quality products throughout. A fantastic property all round!

Mr Gelsthorpe

We loved the views across the estuary; it was amazing when the sun was shining on it when we got up. The log fire was great and we just liked the peace and quiet. A good base to travel around from with train and bus handy. A great place to wind down after all the sight seeing

Mrs Jones

Beautiful cottage, in a stunning location. The view is outstanding.

Ms Sage

Fantastic location, stunning views. Really nice property and lots to do in the surrounding areas!

Would recommend this property again and again.

Have a wonderful time!

Mr Warriner

This was a beautiful cottage in a lovely village with wonderful views.

Miss Evans

The cottage was very well appointed and was a good base to use for the various attractions in the area.

Mrs Balson

A very good cottage in a lovely area.

Mr Tarling

A very pretty cottage, with wonderful views from every window. Close to Aberdovey, which is a pretty little town with plenty of places to eat. Though it might be advisable to reserve a table on a busy Saturday evening. When we lit the woodburning stove in the lounge it was really cosy. The cottage is nicely decorated and we should really have counted how many decorative hearts we could find!

Mrs Barker

Loved the location, cottage cosy. Views amazing, walks in local area great, near to the village. Fabulous holiday all round. Didn't want to come home.

Mrs Isherwood

Views were stunning and in a very good location close to Aberdovey. A particularly good base to explore Wales though not much open during our visit but this was expected.

Ms Unarkat

Everyone, including the owner, was particularly helpful. A very comfortable and characterful cottage in an ideal position.

Mr Dunkley

The accommodation, the area and the people were all very nice. An excellent cottage with great views across the Dovey estuary.

Mr Hewson

It was a very good base for site seeing. Beaches very good. Views magnificent.

Mrs Rowe

The weather, wildlife around the cottage, view of the estuary, beaches, the good food, how friendly people were, slower pace of life, how clean we found the towns and villages in Wales. We noticed the difference as soon as we re-entered England. Well done Wales!

Mr Marshall

Beautiful cottage in a spectacular location. Aberdovey is only a two minute drive and it's excellent for the beach and eating out.

Mrs Johnston

Very quiet isolated location although it was near the main road. Traffic was very light and did not trouble us.
Very good parking space for two cars.
Made welcome by the owner with a bottle of wine. Views excellent from the cottage. Generally well equipped for most of our needs. We would love to stay there again.

Mr Fowler

The views were spectacular. Idyllic position. Loved Aberdovey and the walking.

Mr Dalchau

The property was in the most beautiful position, with stunning views, a real retreat.

Mrs Haridimou

Great views, cosy and warm. Good sized beds, plenty of towels and hot water. Clear instructions for use of the cottage.

Mr Benson

The view from the cottage is absolutely stunning, the location is perfect for a quiet holiday - and on a cold windy night the log burner hits the spot.

Mr Mcleod

Overall the cottage was excellent, very comfortable in a stunning location overlooking the Dyfi estuary. The fixture and fittings were good the equipment comprehensive, everything we needed was there and functioning.

Miss Stone

Lovely cottage, very comfortable and decorated to a high standard. Fantastic location, with beautiful views of the estuary.

Mr White

Ideal retreat for a holiday

Mr Baines

Everything about our stay was perfect. The Lodge, the views and the peaceful surroundings. We had a very relaxing and enjoyable holiday and shall definitely be recommending it to our friends and family. It was a welcome break where we could unwind and relax in a very cosy comfortable place. Thank you for our memorable stay.

Mr Hodgson

Liked the cosy cottage, heated floor, log burner and the fantastic view of the estuary. A great place.

Miss Birnie

This is a characterful, little cottage. It was squeaky clean and well presented.

Mrs Burgess