A double-fronted, stone-built, mid-terrace cottage dating back to 1836, situated in the heart of Clynnog Fawr, a historic village conveniently positioned for easy access to both Caernarfon and Pwllheli.
Formerly two cottages, Ty Newydd is well presented and provides spacious accommodation which has been fully modernised and decorated throughout.
With appealing neutral décor the cottage gives a warm, bright and welcoming feel from the moment you enter.
This traditional cottage is ideal for friends, couples or a family and provides a perfect base for exploring this wonderful coastline in North Wales.
The large, fitted kitchen with dining area is perfect for preparing a leisurely breakfast whilst planning the day ahead, or a family get together over a late supper.
After a busy day out, the warming modern fireplace with electric fire in the sitting room provides an ideal place for a relaxing evening in.
Three bedrooms and a modern bathroom upstairs finish off this delightful cottage.
The two main bedrooms have the added benefit of enjoying a wonderful view over the medieval church to the countryside and sea beyond.
Outside at the rear, you will find a good-sized courtyard with a sunny aspect, and an elevated garden area with a further raised sitting area.
There is an easily accessible garden shed, providing lockable storage for bikes and beach equipment.
The surrounding area has many footpaths and walks, and the lane to the rear of the cottage gives immediate access to the surrounding hills, with the nearby Snowdonia National Park just waiting to be explored.
Glynllifon Park is just a few minutes’ drive away, and a great day out with something for everybody; gardens, craft workshops, a café and steam engine.
The beach and pretty harbour at Trefor is only a short distance away, as is the village of Aberdesach, with seafront parking and beach walks.
The seaside town of Pwllheli with its marina and beach is ten miles away, as is the historic town of Caernarfon with its imposing World Heritage Site castle, ancient cobbled streets and pretty waterfront.
This is a great location for exploring, with a selection of Snowdonia’s attractions on the doorstep, whilst pretty countryside is all around, along with the many miles of stunning coastline to enjoy.
A wonderful base and perfect for a relaxed seaside getaway or an active holiday all year round.
About the location
Trefor 3.5 miles; Nefyn 10 miles; Portmerion 17 miles; Bangor 19 miles.
The small village of Clynnog Fawr nestles between the foothills of Snowdonia and the unspoiled north coast of the Llyn Peninsula. It has grown up around the mediaeval church of St Beuno, one of the most important pilgrimage sites for travellers journeying to Bardsey Island. The village benefits from a petrol station and convenience store. Nearby a stony beach, a haven for beachcombers, is a few minutes’ walk away. The small village of Trefor is nearby and is surrounded by sea and mountains, overlooking Caernarfon Bay, and enjoys a harbour with stone breakwater pier and sheltered sandy beach that the Wales Coastal Path runs past, or the more adventurous can enjoy a regular surf outside the breakwater. Nearby, in the village of Llithfaen, are the Welsh Language and Heritage Centre and restaurant. The pretty coastal town of Nefyn sits atop sweeping cliffs, and is home to a fine, two-mile stretch of sandy beach, along with a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants, and the award-winning golf club is popular with families and couples alike. Clynnog is also within reach of the amenities of the popular towns of Pwllheli, Abersoch, Caernarfon, Portmerion and Bangor. The coastline around this region is dotted with castles and coves, while fishing, sailing and watersports are all available. The start of the Snowdonia National Park is five miles away, with its dramatic scenery and abundance of superb walks. With its proximity to such a wide range of destinations, this area makes a superb base for a break in North Wales.