Detached house in the village of Aberdaron on the Wales Coast Path.
Beautiful coastal setting and scenic views, three minutes walk from cafes, pubs, shops and pristine mile long, Blue Flag beach.
The house itself has a quirky exterior shape and is in a elevated location.
You enter via a spacious hallway, where you can kick off your shoes and coats, and enter into the large open-plan living room with floor to ceiling window and a comfy sofas facing a large TV.
Pour yourselves a refreshing beverage and relax among the countryside setting as the glow from the fire warms your feet.The living room opens on to a conservatory with views across the village and sea, which houses extra seating.
Enter into the kitchen, with its black worktops and grey tiling, showcasing a lovely set of fitted units.
It is ideal for both light and heavy cooking, which can be enjoyed around the dining table with extra seating at the breakfast bar, big enough for the whole family.
There are two bedrooms found on the ground floor, one king-size with an en-suite shower room and one double.
The main bathroom and games room are also located on the ground floor.
Upstairs has the remaining two twin bedrooms.
All bedrooms have a light decor with a minimalist design, and ample storage space.
Off-road parking is available for 3 cars.
Leading outside swing and slide patio doors can be fully opened to a decked area, as well as a lawned garden, perfect for sitting out in the sun.
Aberdaron is conveniently located near many tourist attractions; nearby is Bardsey Island, Porthor and the Whistling Sands Walk which is perfect for the whole family with scenic views and walking opportunities.
Paham is the perfect place to stay in order to access many of Aberdaron’s finest sights.
About the location
Abersoch 11 miles; Pwllheli 16 miles.
The seaside village of Aberdaron is peacefully situated around two streams, and facing the sea. Straggling up the hills are the buildings that give Aberdaron its character; the lime-washed fishermen's cottages, the cafes, shops, and hotels, and the church of St Hywyn. On each side of the river's mouth is the beach for walking and playing on, and a promenade where you can watch the sailing boats and regattas in the bay. There is also a National Trust visitor centre and car park. The popular resorts of Pwllheli and Abersoch are within easy reach. Discover fabulous castles and coves, or enjoy excellent fishing, watersports and golf opportunities, all available nearby. The dramatic scenery and abundance of superb walks at the Snowdonia National Park area are within easy driving distance, making an ideal base for a varied and enjoyable holiday, at any time of year.