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Let's answer the obvious question straight off the bat – what is that spaceship-looking thingy sitting just outside the home? Well, it's a garden pod in which you can relax and dine with a view of the Irish Sea, just in case the weather ever takes a turn for the worse. Of course, it's not always wet in Wales and if it's too nice to be cooped up inside, there's seating out on the decking, as well as an acre-size lawn. All this and we haven't even got around the apartment itself, which is bright and inviting thanks to the large glass doors at the far end of the space and stark white walls. Both the bathroom and kitchen are pleasingly contemporary, although the more culinarily ambitious should note the absence of an oven. To top it all off, the host has a rather psychedelic taste in artwork, which adds a bit of character. When the sun makes an appearance, you can be standing on the sands of Traeth Aberdaron in two minutes' walk from the front door. In the surrounding village, there's also direct access to the Wales Coastal Path so you can continue in either direction to see dramatic landscapes and a diverse collection of native wildlife.


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Highlights

Make the two-minute stroll down to Traeth Aberdaron and build a sandcastle

Make the two-minute stroll down to Traeth Aberdaron and build a sandcastle

While away rainy afternoons with some board games in the garden pod

While away rainy afternoons with some board games in the garden pod

Gaze out to views of Aberdaron and the Irish Sea from the decking

Gaze out to views of Aberdaron and the Irish Sea from the decking

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Home truths

    There's private parking available on the premises and a lockable garden shed that's suitable for bicycles

    The single-level apartment is on the ground floor

    Only guests over the age of seventeen are allowed to visit

    There's additional freezer space available in the garage

About this stay


Amenities

Wi-fi

Parking available

Washing machine

Dryer

Garden

Balcony

Bedrooms & bathrooms

1 bedroom, 1 bed

1 bathroom

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...

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

Explore Criccieth Castle

Explore Criccieth Castle

Discover the stunning views and rich history of this small Welsh castle, once owned by prince Llywelyn the Great. Take a short climb to the entrance and immerse yourself in the beautiful sea scenery.

54 min
Play a Breathtaking Round of Golf at Nefyn Golf Club

Play a Breathtaking Round of Golf at Nefyn Golf Club

Experience the awe-inspiring beauty of Nefyn Golf Club, with its stunning cliffside location and panoramic sea views. This challenging course offers 27 holes, including the spectacular Old/Blue holes on a peninsula. Don't miss the opportunity to play 'the point' and enjoy a pint at the nearby Tŷ Coch Inn.

30 min
Explore Plas yn Rhiw's Enchanting Gardens and Bay Views

Explore Plas yn Rhiw's Enchanting Gardens and Bay Views

Quaint 16th-century manor house with Georgian additions. Immaculate gardens, stunning views, and charming tearoom. Discover the history and belongings of the three sisters who once lived here.

20 min

Get around

Airport

Anglesey

1 hr 35 min

Hawarden

2 hr 21 min

Haverfordwest

4 hr 17 min

Train station

Pwllheli

39 min

Bus stop

Stryd Fawr

32 min

Local shops & services

Convenience store

2 min

Cafe

2 min

Pharmacy

32 min

Points of interest

Beach

Traeth Aberdaron

3 min

Booking policies


House Rules

Not suitable for children under age 12

Not suitable for infants under age 1

No pets

No parties or events

No smoking

Good to know

Arrival from 14:00

Departure before 10:00

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 run a collection of holiday properties across Wales. All homes must meet their high standards and offer guests a memorable stay.

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