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Sleeps 6
2 dogs
3 bedrooms
2 bathrooms

Newly renovated charming Llyn Peninsula holiday cottage

  • This cottage is in a heavenly location near the tip of the Llyn Peninsula - leave the world behind and enjoy the timeless beauty of this special part of the Llyn. Drive down the windy lanes, steep-banked and thick with summer growth and arrive at this traditional welsh farmhouse.
  • A spacious holiday home perfect for tranquil getaways, the farmhouse dates from about 1840 - although there was undoubtedly a dwelling here long before. There are plenty of original features providing texture and character - whitewashed beams overhead in the main living area and exposed stone walls and a feeling of cosinessenhanced by the huge inglenook fireplace and wood burning stove, comfy L-shaped sofa and easy chair, large flat screen tv and lovely dining table and chairs.
  • Just off the living area is a large well-equipped kitchen with all mod cons and on the ground floor a spacious bathroom with walk-in shower and freestanding bath.
  • The three pretty bedrooms are on the first floor together with a bathroom. Enjoy fine views from the little deep-set windows of Porth Neigwl in the distance.
  • Take morning coffee on the small slate patio at the front with views across the fields to the wide bay of Porth Neigwl and the shimmering sea in the distance.
  • A big slate patio at the back is a perfect spot for relaxing surrounded by large sycamore and ash trees with lovely views of rolling farmland dotted with grazing cattle and sheep - ideal for al fresco meals.

3 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6 plus cot on request. 1 King size, 1 Double and 1 Twin.

Bathroom with bath, basin and toilet. All on 1st floor.

Bathroom with freestanding bath, basin, toilet and walk in shower. On the ground floor.

Kitchen Large stylish farmhouse kitchen with fully fitted cream units, electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, small table, 2 chairs. Door onto back patio.

Lounge/dining room Large inglenook with wood burning stove, L shaped sofa in beige suede, matching easy chair and ottoman, coffee table, wall mounted tv/dvd, ipod docking station, dining table and chairs seating 6. High chair on request. Charming room with exposed stone walls, small windows in thick stone walls door out onto front patio.

Grounds Small slate patio area at front with table and 2 chairs, large slate patio area at the back with dining table and 6 chairs, lawn surrounded by mature trees.

Care with toddlers - not enclosed and farm buildings in use behind property although gate is kept shut.

Additional Information

Short Breaks - winter

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes ample

Fuel - Oil central heating, underfloor in ground floor bathroom, wood burning stove unlimited supply of wood. Inclusive May - September, £25 per week outside these dates.

Dogs - 2 dogs, £25/each per week

Bed linen - Included as standard

The All Wales Coastal Path

  • Drivedown the country lanes to PorthNeigwl (Hell's Mouth) and join the path here to enjoy themagnificent views of this dramatic bay. A perfect beach for windsurfing andkayaking or just walking and running along its length - look out for harbourporpoises and bottlenose dolphins who shelter in the bay.

Plas yn Rhiw (NT),Llanengan and Llangian

  • Walkup to the village of Rhiw and visit the National Trust manor house Plas yn Rhiw. On fine days this lovelylittle Georgian manor house has outstanding views of the whole of Cardigan Bayright down to Stumble Head. Explore the lovely gardens with their box hedges fullof shrubs and flowers, snowdrops and bluebells in the spring and brillianthydrangars in summer. Walk in the opposite direction and follow the path inlandto the pretty villages of Llanengan and Llangian.

Beaches to suit alltastes

  • Thejoy of a beach holiday is to find your own special cove - but all the mostpopular beaches are nearby:
  • Aberdaron has a hugely popular, wide beach which is in thevillage. As popular are the sandybeaches dotted with candy-coloured beach huts at Abersoch, Llanbedrog and Nefyn.
  • Driveto the north coast to WhistlingSands - children will love to find that the sands really dowhistle!

Seafood Restaurant

  • Twnti Seafood Restaurant in the village of Rhyd y Clafdy near Pwllheli has earned a well deserved reputation for its high quality food served in a warm and friendly environment. Set in a charming converted barn with a terrace for al fresco dining it has been a favourite for over 26 years.

Aberdaron andAbersoch

  • Thelittle whitewashed village of Aberdaronis a gem - set at the very tip of the peninsula and mostly owned by theNational Trust (so there is no unsightly development). Visit the NationalTrust Visitors' Centre for information about the best walks and vantagepoints from which to observe the bird nesting sites. See razorbills andguillemots and the chough with its red legs and beak which has become theemblem of the Llyn.
  • Abersochis a great yachting centre with regattas throughout the summer months - particularlyin August. There are lots of good pubs, restaurants and places to eat - thestandard is high in this resort, popular with the 'Cheshire' set! The AbersochJazz Festival in September is always lively with music played on the streetsand the village has a variety of shops including Crew and White Stuff and highend gift shops.

Local Places to eat

  • Closeby in Rhydyclafdy, 5 miles from the property is Twnti - the best seafood restaurant on the Peninsula (bookingadvisable).
  • Seafoodcaught in this region has won many awards and there is a local cafe and fishand chip restaurant.
  • InAberdaron, 7 miles away, are two excellent hotels The Ship and Ty Newydd. Ty Newydd has a long balcony just abovethe beach - a perfect spot to enjoy views of the Isles of Gulls, two smallislands in the middle of the bay. The food at both is excellent - treatyourself and ask for locally caught crab or lobster in the summer months -so delicious!
  • Visitthe thatched roof bakery for excellent local bread and homemade cakes.
  • InMorfa Nefyn at Porthdinllaen (NT), the famous Ty Coch pub in the former smugglers cove was voted the 3rdmost popular beach bar in the world! Close to the beach car park is the Porthdinllaen Cafe which serves foodthroughout the day with speciality breakfasts including Fishermans andAmericana which is really popular with children - maple syrup and pancakes!
  • Justa mile out of Morfa Nefyn at Edern is the Ship a popular gastro pub.

Garn Fadryn

  • Explorethe area surrounding the farmhouse and climb up to Garn Fadryn - the highestvantage point on the whole of the Peninsula. There are remains of a hill fortand panoramic views back to Snowdonia where the whole of the mountain range ifvisible with the pyramid of Snowdon itself at its heart.

Days away

  • Enjoy a day away exploring the magnificent Snowdonia National Park.Enjoy breath taking scenery, nostalgic train rides, Snowdonia Mountain Railway, industrial heritage, walking, mountain biking and thrilling adventure activities such as Zip World's Zip Wire, Bounce Below, Fforest Coaster and Treetop Adventures as well as Surf Snowdonia inland at the foot of the mountain.

Cottage on the Llyn Peninsula, an ideal holiday destination for family andfriends. A glorious rural setting but close to all the best beaches and greatfor exploring an area of outstanding naturalbeauty.

This property accommodates:

4 Adults

2 Children


Clear Sea Views
Parking Available
Cot / Travel Cot
Golf Nearby


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