This well-presented ground floor apartment is situated in the lower part of Harlech on a quiet cul-de-sac, overlooked by the castle and surrounded by wonderful countryside.
This delightful apartment provides excellent holiday accommodation for a couple, friends or a family and being arranged all on one level is great for those who perhaps would otherwise struggle with stairs.
Ideally placed, this coastal property provides an excellent base from which to explore this wonderful part of the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales.
Deceptively spacious, the interior has been attractively decorated with a slight coastal theme running through; cool whites and pastel shades enhance the feeling of space with a light and airy atmosphere.
The welcoming well-appointed open-plan living area, which includes a fitted kitchen with oak block worktops and soft cream units, a cosy dining area and a lovely sitting area with comfy seating and patio doors to the outside.
This is the perfect place to spend some time together, whether its relaxing in front of the TV, watching your favourite film after a busy day out or playing one of the many board games and having some real family fun.
Coastal Retreat has three bedrooms; a double and two singles.
A modern shower room completes the accommodation.
There is parking close to the apartment, you can pull up just outside the front door to unload making access easier, and once inside you can relax and start enjoying your holiday.
This lovely coastal apartment is very well-located with a fifteen minute walk taking you to the glorious sandy beach, arguably one of the best in the area.
Alternatively, head into Harlech, famous for its 13th century castle which is well worth a visit.
The challenging links golf course of Royal St. Davids is a must for golf lovers, and children and adults can enjoy the indoor swimming pool and climbing wall which also close by.
Harlech is also home to shops and a good range of restaurants.
Spend endless amounts of time walking along the beach and building sand castles and when you have had enough, head inland and enjoy the myriad of footpaths and outdoor pursuits that the Snowdonia National Park has to offer.
Barmouth and Porthmadog are within easy reach and the Italianate village and gardens of Portmeirion are well worth a visit.
Slightly further afield, discover the Llyn Peninsula: with many watersport opportunities at Abersoch and the quaint fishing village of Aberdaron.
And for something a little more adrenaline fuelled, Zip World Titan, Caverns and Bounce Below are located at Blaenau Ffestiniog, a 20 minute drive away.
With everything so close and so much to see and discover, this spacious apartment provides the perfect base all-year-round.