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  • 4 bedrooms

  • 2 bathrooms

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This handsome stone barn conversion, commanding magnificent sea views and perched less than a mile from the bustling seaside village of Aberdaron, has undergone quite the transformation since its humble farm beginnings. Inside, the owners have held onto those original lofty oak beams, while everywhere else has been carefully reimagined for modern living. Hunker down beside the snug room's roaring woodburner with a cuppa or spill out into the light-filled, open-plan living space for board game marathons around the dining table. Wherever you choose to be, those jaw-dropping views will be right there with you. But if the weather's fine, you'll want to be outdoors, soaking up those timeless views of the rolling farmlands and glistening Aberdaron Bay from the spilt-level patio as you fire up the barbecue. When the sea finally calls, pack up your buckets and spades for a day at Aberdaron dog-friendly beach – less than a mile from your door. Should tummies begin to rumble, you'll find some of the freshest seafood imaginable at the village's takeaway fish bar – this area is renowned for its fish, lobster, and crab. Then voyage along the coastal paths of this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty or hop on a boat to Bardsey Island (from nearby Porth Meudwy) and spot the local puffins and their seal friends along the way.


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What to expect


Highlights

Blaze a trail down to Aberdaron's dog-friendly beach, less than a mile from your door

Blaze a trail down to Aberdaron's dog-friendly beach, less than a mile from your door

Catch a glimpse of the sunset from the tiered terrace with sundowners

Catch a glimpse of the sunset from the tiered terrace with sundowners

Cook up a feast in the made-for-action kitchen

Cook up a feast in the made-for-action kitchen

Cosy up by the fire for family film nights

Cosy up by the fire for family film nights

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Home truths

    Private off-road parking is available for up to four cars

    A starter pack of logs for the wood burner is provided

    A travel cot (you’ll need to bring your own linen), high-chair and stairgate is provided for little ones on request

    This home is set out over two floors with internal stairs and the forth bedroom is accessed via paddle stairs which are unsuitable for guests with limited mobility and younger children

    Bedrooms two and three have zip and link king sized beds which can be made up as two singles if you prefer – just request with your host in advance

    There’s a handy utility room with washing machine and dryer

About this stay


Amenities

Laptop friendly workspace

Wi-fi

Pets allowed

Parking available

Washing machine

Dryer

Bedrooms & bathrooms

4 bedrooms, 5 beds

2 bathrooms

Extras


Additional fees

  • Two well-behaved dogs are welcomed at this home for an additional fee but they are not allowed upstairs, on sofa or beds

Additional fees subject to a 3.5% handling charge.

Extras are subject to availability. Please enquire with your host.

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.

59 min
Explore Plas Glyn y Weddw Gallery

Explore Plas Glyn y Weddw Gallery

A stunning country house turned art gallery, featuring past and present artists. Enjoy delicious food at the cafe and take in the beautiful views from the garden. A local gem and national treasure.

37 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.

35 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.

15 min

Get around

Airport

Anglesey

1 hr 39 min

Hawarden

2 hr 26 min

Haverfordwest

4 hr 22 min

Train station

Pwllheli

44 min

Bus stop

Stryd Fawr

36 min

Local shops & services

Supermarket

18 min

Cafe

22 min

Pharmacy

36 min

Points of interest

Beach

Traeth Aberdaron

5 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 19:00

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 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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