Aberdovey Hillside Village - Access Statement
Self catering cottages and apartments, Aberdyfi Gwynedd
Aberdovey Hillside Village is sited on the East side of Aberdyfi. It stands above the village within the 30 acre Aberdovey Hillside Park which the guests will enjoy walking through into the wild of the Snowdonia National Park above.
It is reached by car from the centre of Aberdyfi by a short drive up a narrow and steep hill. As the name Hillside suggests it is set into the steep and rugged terrain. The main road though the site is sloping from reception just inside the gates to the main car park. Other paths and drives lead off from this and are generally steep and narrow.
The surface of the road and paths are gravel with steps up to the apartments either paved or slate.
Trees, shrubs and flowerbeds divide the apartments giving privacy and blending the village into its natural environment.
Reception is situated in a court yard just inside the main gates. A parking space is provided for arriving guests. The courtyard is covered in gravel and access to reception is gained over a small step. Inside is a multi gender toilet and a Public telephone. All tourist information and site maps can be found here.
Directly across from reception is the Games Room this contains seating areas, Pool and Ping Pong tables and the toddler play area.
The Laundry Room is available to our guests, this is situated by the car park and can be accessed by a standard door over a small step. Inside is a standard size sink unit with drainer, four domestic washers and three domestic driers. These are all coin operated.
The children’s Play Park is located just twenty metres away up a steep gravel path and overlooks the car park. It has standard play equipment with a bark surface.
The village is in an idyllic spot and there are numerous stopping places to admire the view as you walk though, these include benches and low stone walls topped with slate.
There are two bin stores, one is situated just outside the main gate and is a small stone built building with a sturdy door. The other one is central off the main road and consists of two green metal bins with hinged lids. A recycling point is right next to it and glass and paper and tins can be left here.
There is a local bus service from the Square in Aberdyfi this is about two hundred metres away down the steep hill.
Trains run from Aberdyfi station about half a mile away the other side of the village.
Timetables and taxi numbers are available in reception.
Due to the nature of the site not all of our apartments are suitable for people of limited mobility. Seal, Otter, Porpoise, Walrus, Kittiwake and Southward have the best access. Please look at our brochure for layout plan and more information.
Although we have tried to be as accurate as possible and include as much detail as we can in this statement, we are always willing to give information on any aspect of the village, if this statement does not answer your particular question. So please telephone and we will be glad to help.