Mur Cwpwl Cottage rests comfortably on the ground floor of an attached barn conversion and sits just two miles from the charming harbour village of Abersoch along the gorgeous Llyn Peninsula, North Wales.
With homely living for up to four guests, and boasting a superb location for touring the area, bring your friends or family along to ensure a holiday never to forget.
Stroll through your private front garden and step up into the inviting sitting room of the property, ample comfortable seating and a wall-mounted TV are matched lovingly with cosy underfloor heating and a flourish of charming nautical-themed features to remind you of your remarkable location.
The double bedroom continues the coastal theme, while the enticing twin bedroom plays host to an optional travel cot for a young one to come and stay.
A compact, modern kitchen/diner completes the property in style, offering a lovely breakfast bar and an excellent range of fixtures and fittings to ensure that you're ready for your break.
If you're not out exploring this fine area, you will want to spend all of your downtime out in the garden; this pleasantly kept lawn enjoys the most breath-taking views of the nearby countryside and coastline.
Walks, scenery and glorious beaches are available within a short distance of Murcwpwl Cottage.
The National Trust beach of Porth Ceiriad, Porth Neigwl, which is known for its surfing and the Wales Coastal Path all within easy reach.
The wonderful harbour village of Abersoch is just two short miles away, known for its surfing, watersports are also a main attraction of the area.
While you're here, be sure to visit the ever-popular town of Pwllheli.
A trip inland will lead you towards the wondrous Snowdonia National Park, as well as the castles as Criccieth and Harlech.
A homely base from which to explore beautiful North Wales.
Note: This property has a refundable Good Housekeeping bond of £100.
About the location
Pwllheli 6 miles.
The attractive harbour village of Abersoch is situated on the Llyn Peninsula in a region of Wales renowned for its outstanding scenery and varied walking. The village, situated between two glorious bays, is one of the most popular sailing venues in North Wales and important sailing regattas are held there throughout the summer months. Numerous shops cater for the tourist as well as pubs, restaurants and cafes. There are also opportunities for golfers as there is a course just outside the village and horse riding facilities are also available nearby. Watersports enthusiasts are also well catered for, particularly windsurfing, water skiing and dinghy sailing, not to mention renowned surfing at Port Neigwl (Hell’s Mouth). The long, sandy Abersoch Main Beach is probably the most popular beach in the area. There is a wonderful selection of beaches in the surrounding area of the Llyn Peninsula, including the beautiful and often quiet Porth Ceriad, with it's high cliffs, and sandy Porth Oer ("Whistling Sands"). Most of the coastline is owned by the National Trust and there are many remote bays, sandy beaches and cliffs, as well as wildlife havens like Bardsey Island to explore.