With spectacular vistas over the Menai Strait towards the Isle of Anglesey and wonderfully presented interior spaces is The Moorings, a characterful cottage with a Tudor-style, half-timbering, gable roof and two delightful, decked balconies with glass balustrades.
Finished to a high standard with an elevated position, perfectly set up for two couples or a family of four is this wonderful property in the beautiful North Wales region of Gwynedd.
Benefitting from gas central heating throughout and double glazed windows, The Moorings presents a neutrally designed sitting room with a huge, sumptuous armchair and comfy sofa to snuggle into.
Watch some TV or engage in conversation with your loved ones over a hot brew.
Meander over the decked balcony which showcases an elegant seating area and fantastic vistas over the pretty mews-style houses and beyond the glittering waters of the Menai Strait.
After a tiring day of sight-seeing and long country walking, relax in one of the deluxe bedrooms which are very spacious and well-presented.
The family bathroom is done out in sleek black tiles and the kitchen is fitted with modern fixtures for a chic finish.
Head out to the lovely village of Y Felinheli for the afternoon, stroll to the docks and eat at one of the pubs, cafe or restaurants, or take a trip over to the Isle of Anglesey which offers several excellent restaurants, you will be spoilt for choice.
This beautiful region also boasts Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsula with Criccieth Castle, Porthdinllaen, Bardsey Island and Porth Neigwl.
A fantastic area to be explored with this wonderful cottage as a base.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin (zip/link, can be super king-size on request). Bathroom with bath, walk-in shower, basin and WC. Cloakroom. Kitchen with breakfast bar. Utility. Sitting room.
About the location
Bangor 3 miles; Caernarfon 5 miles; Llanberis 6 miles.
Y Felinheli, formerly know as Port Dinorwic, is situated on the beautiful Menai Strait between the historic town of Caernarfon and the cathedral city of Bangor. Home to a small, established yachting marina with an interesting lock (allowing boats to enter or leave before cruising down the Straits to the open sea), this small village also has a couple of pubs, a restaurant and cafe in the dock area, a shop and Post Office, a beautician, a hairdresser and several great restaurants on the nearby Island of Anglesey. Visitors to this lovely region are spoilt for choice, with stunning Snowdonia, the beautiful Llyn Peninsula, or the sandy beaches of the Isle of Anglesey all within easy reach.