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Situated within walking distance to the beach in the seaside town of Tywyn, on the west coast of Wales, 8 Dysynni Walk is a tastefully refurbished bungalow that has been specifically adapted to accommodate people with physical disabilities. The modern kitchen has everything you could need for a self-catering holiday and the comfortable lounge with high backed armchairs, a sofa and TV is a lovely spot to relax in the evenings. On a warm summers day you can throw open the French doors to let the warm sunshine in, or relocate to the garden table and chairs on the patio. There is a mobile hoist, a remote control profile bed with grab rails and a wet-room to make showering easier. Sleeping four guests in two twin bedrooms, 8 Dysynni Walk is perfect for a family looking for a self-catering break by the sea.
Situated on the Cardigan Bay coastline, it is not surprising that Tywyn has always been a popular holiday destination. The promenade is the perfect place for a gentle stroll and if you are lucky you might even see dolphins playing in the sea. On a clear day, grab an ice cream and admire the views that stretch all the way up the coast as far as the Llyn Peninsular to the north and Fishguard to the south. As well as the seafront, there are plenty of shops to stock up on goodies, or restaurants to enjoy a meal out, just walking distance from the bungalow. If you are looking for a change of scene, the Talyllyn narrow gauge railway is a fantastic way to explore the beautiful surrounding countryside. Travelling through ancient woodlands and lush green meadows, as you head into the mountains, keep your eyes open for the resident wildlife. You might even spot red kites, Peregrine Falcons or Cormorants. Each train has a disabled compartment which can accommodate customers with mobility impairments, including those in wheelchairs.
Just five miles away, the peaceful seaside village of Aberdovey, where the River Dyfi meets Cardigan Bay, is another lovely spot for a day out. You can try your hand at a number of different watersports, play a round of golf, or simply dip your toes in the sea and enjoy the warm sand between your toes. Or head inland to the Ynys-Hir RSPB Nature Reserve. There are various activities for children and families and it is a lovely spot for a walk and a picnic. You might even spot an otter! If you don't fancy a walk there are bird feeders and birds in the visitor centre.
Sandwiched between the sea and Snowdonia National Park, 8 Dysynni Walk is a beautiful spot for a holiday at any time of the year.
Jane Till - Charity Manager - Cerebral P joined Independent Cottages in April 2021
A specially adapted bungalow, all on one level, which can accommodate guests with physical disabilities.
Outside: The flat tarmac patio at the rear and side of the property has a garden table and chairs for sitting out and enjoying a cup of tea or al fresco lunch. This is an enclosed space where small children can play. There is parking for two cars on the driveway.
Additional information: 8 Dysynni Walk is owned by Celebral Palsy Mid Staffordshire - an independent charity helping people with disabilities. Bookings are subject to approval by the Trustees. WiFi, heating, electricity, bed linen and towels are included. Spare linen and waterproof mattress protectors are stored in the airing cupboard if required. A travel cot is available, but please bring your own bed linen for this. Short breaks are available off peak - minimum 2 nights stay, please enquire. Short breaks may be available at peak times, please enquire. Sorry, no pets.
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