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  • 5 bathrooms

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The Llyn Peninsula is often overlooked when it comes to planning a getaway in the UK, but it's a region of long stretches of sand, colourful beach huts and yachts bobbing in harbours. This beautifully designed home is a wonderful place to stay in order to see the best of the area. If you get the master bedroom, make sure you throw open those French doors and enjoy the coastal view from the balcony. The kitchen is made for lavish group dining with a dedicated wine fridge and a huge range-style cooker. Every detail has been meticulously thought through — both inside and out, where well-furnished patios feature both an alfresco dining setup and an outdoor lounge to retire to after dessert. Outside the address, the Wales Coast Path is on your doorstep, so you could visit a different beach every day if you so wished. Here, there's some of the best surf in Wales, great for beginners and seasoned surfers alike. History and intrigue are all around — the nearby village of Llangian can be reached in just over half an hour on foot and boasts a sixth-century church, while the spectacular Italianate village of Portmeirion (home of cult classic The Prisoner) is only a forty-five-minute drive away.


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What to expect


Highlights

Drive over to Abersoch Beach and its colourful beach huts in under five minutes

Drive over to Abersoch Beach and its colourful beach huts in under five minutes

Run yourself a steamy bath in the egg-shaped freestanding tub

Run yourself a steamy bath in the egg-shaped freestanding tub

Fire up the barbecue and dine outside as the sun goes down over the garden

Fire up the barbecue and dine outside as the sun goes down over the garden

Get comfortable on the patio's lounge area with an aperitif

Get comfortable on the patio's lounge area with an aperitif

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Home truths

    You'll need to bring your own towels

    Up to two pets are welcome, although they come at an additional charge of £50 per pet

    A stream runs through the grassed areas so children should be supervised

    Only families are allowed to book this property

    A cot, high chair and stair gates can be provided if required

    There's plenty of room for parking both cars and boats on the driveway

About this stay


Amenities

Wi-fi

Pets allowed

Parking available

Washing machine

Dryer

Garden

Bedrooms & bathrooms

6 bedrooms, 9 beds

5 bathrooms

Local guide


About The Llŷn Peninsula

This little promontory of Wales, hidden beyond the peaks of Snowdonia, has long been a not-so-secret holiday hotspot. Drawing families, walkers and watersports enthusiasts to its laid-back resorts, unspoilt countryside and wild beaches, it has a lot to offer in a relatively small area. The southern coast is ideal for families, with sandy beaches and sweet seaside towns full of indy retailers, cosy cafes and welcoming beer gardens. It’s perfect...

Explore the area

Local restaurants, cafes, museums, sites and activities, recommended by our community of hosts and travel experts

Dine at Venetia

Dine at Venetia

Bright rooms in a Victorian-era villa with upscale Italian dining. Enjoy the fabulous food, friendly staff, and wonderful atmosphere.

Dine at Twnti Seafood Restaurant

Dine at Twnti Seafood Restaurant

Hidden gem with friendly service, perfectly cooked seafood, and a lovely atmosphere. A must-visit for seafood lovers in the region.

Explore the Stunning Llŷn Peninsula

Explore the Stunning Llŷn Peninsula

Discover one of the most scenic and beautiful places in the UK. With fantastic beaches, protected natural areas, and breathtaking coastal footpaths, this Welsh peninsula is a must-see for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts.

Stay at Plas Bodegroes

Stay at Plas Bodegroes

A stunning Georgian manor house surrounded by lush gardens. Enjoy cosy B&B rooms with beautiful views and indulge in elegant dining. Perfect for a relaxing getaway in Wales.

Dine at Ship Inn

Dine at Ship Inn

A lovely restaurant and bar with friendly staff, excellent food, and a good selection of drinks. Enjoy the varied menus, outdoor seating in private huts, and welcoming atmosphere. Highly recommended!

Sample Craft Beers at Cwrw Llŷn

Sample Craft Beers at Cwrw Llŷn

Explore the welcoming bar at Cwrw Llŷn and enjoy a great selection of craft beers. From Seithenyn to Porth Neigwl, their beers are sure to impress. Don't miss the chance to chat with the friendly bartender!

Explore Traeth Penllech

Explore Traeth Penllech

A hidden gem, Traeth Penllech offers a spacious free car park and a picturesque beach. Walk through fields, climb rocks, and discover rock pools. A tranquil spot for nature lovers.

Dine at The Cliffs

Dine at The Cliffs

Enjoy the great location, lovely interior, and light airy atmosphere of this restaurant. With a sea view, delicious food including fish, steak, and pizzas, and a good wine list, it's a must-visit. Don't miss their legendary view from the carpark!

Relieve yourself at Morfa Nefyn beach toilets

Relieve yourself at Morfa Nefyn beach toilets

Point_Of_Interest: Toiledau Treath Morfa Nefyn beach toilets offer a refreshing break with their clean and fresh-smelling facilities, making it a pleasant experience for visitors.

Dine at Proper Gander

Dine at Proper Gander

A truly brilliant restaurant with efficient service, amazing food, and a great relaxing vibe. Perfect for special occasions or a meal out. Highly recommended for its exceptional quality.

Ride the Talyllyn Steam Railway

Ride the Talyllyn Steam Railway

Take a nostalgic 2-hour journey through the beautiful Welsh countryside on this restored 19th-century steam railway. Explore small villages, enjoy delicious meals at the cafe, and visit the small museum. Don't forget to preserve your souvenir ticket!

Get around

Airport

Anglesey

1 hr 13 min

Hawarden

2 hr 1 min

Haverfordwest

3 hr 52 min

Train station

Pwllheli

13 min

Bus stop

Stryd Fawr

8 min

Local shops & services

Convenience store

7 min

Cafe

4 min

Pharmacy

8 min

Points of interest

Beach

Abersoch Harbour Beach

1 min

Booking policies


House Rules

Children welcome (1-12 years)

Infants welcome (under 12 months)

Pets welcome

No parties or events

No smoking

Good to know

Arrival from 16:00

Departure before 9:00

Wifi

No air con

Cancellation policy

  • Up until

    60

    days

    Cancel at least 60 days before your check-in date for a 50% refund.

  • Not eligible for a refund once your check-in date is under 60 days away.

Host


This home is managed by Anne-Marie

This home is managed directly by a business. A member of their staff will be your point of contact before and during your stay. Anne-Marie and her team know how important their guests' holiday is, and do everything they can to make it memorable for all the right reasons. Friendly, professional and people-focused, they ensure you have a restful, care-free stay.

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