A quaint Victorian terraced house, built on a slight quirky curve in the heart of the popular seaside town of Aberdovey, North Wales.
This house is just a short walk from a selection of boutique style shops, galleries, fabulous little places to eat and the sandy beach.
A perfect place to relax in light and airy surroundings, ideal for friends and family looking to enjoy the local sandy beaches, the fabulous mountains or local nature reserves.
Set over three floors, there are four bedrooms, two of which are on the first floor together with family bathroom, and two on the split-level second floor.
There is a cute compact kitchen, packed with all the essentials, with the washing machine and tumble dryer in the single bedroom.
There is also a spacious dining area in the kitchen, where you can sit and enjoy your prepared meals.
A separate sitting room with tall windows overlooking the pretty tapered front garden, gives a light, airy and stylish spot to relax after a walk along the water’s edge.
Outside, you can sit in sunny front garden and enjoy a bite to eat as the sun sets across the town or perhaps you can walk along the sea edge to witness what could arguably be described as some of the best sunsets to be seen.
Aberdovey is at the estuary of the River Dyfi where it meets the waters of Cardigan Bay, with a sweep of popular sandy beach, fabulous for sailing, watersports and also home to the local championship golf course.
You are ideally placed to explore the wonderful coastline of Cardigan Bay, with popular towns peppering the coastline such as Tywyn, and maybe take some time to sit back and enjoy a fabulous steam train ride through to the impressive waterside of Talyllyn Lake.
You are within the stunning landscape of Snowdonia National Park, opening up fantastic mountain walks, such as nearby Cadair Idris.
Alternatively, take a trip across the estuary to the RSPB nature reserve of Ynys-hir, with its intricate mix of saltmarsh, wetland and oak woodlands providing a haven for wildlife, or perhaps stop off at Cors Dyfi to marvel at the resident ospreys.
The area offers numerous outdoor activities such as walking the fantastic mountain scenery at Cadair Idris, as well as the Wales Coastal Path stretching in both directions.
There are a myriad of footpaths and cycle trails in the area, as well as watersports, fantastic sailing, golf or perhaps take a pony trek in this beautiful part of West Wales.
Slightly further afield, you will find the popular beach resort of Fairbourne, with the bridge spanning the almost mysterious Mawddach estuary to Barmouth.
A little further afield is the Victorian seaside resort and university town of Aberystwyth, perfect to spend the day shopping, browsing the mix of high street and independent shops, or maybe sit as the sun goes down and marvel at the starlings.
An ideal retreat in the heart of a popular seaside village, a short walk from the sandy beach, cafes and local eateries, perfect for friends and family looking to relax by the waterside, yet being close to the wonders of the Snowdonia National Park.