A delightful, stone-built barn conversion situated near the village of Chwilog in North Wales.
The excellent coastal location and warming living areas, Beudy Mawr is a great stay for families wanting a holiday by the sea.
Step into this chocolate box cottage and into the warming sitting room which has plenty of comfortable seating along with a Freeview TV and a woodburning stove to keep you warm on those colder evenings.
The kitchen diner is topped with wooden beams and is well-equipped with all of the appliances that you will need during your stay.
The ground floor is complete with a cosy double bedroom and a family bathroom.
Moving up the stairs, there is two more bedrooms under the eaves with uplifting velux windows lighting the place up, one of the bedrooms is suitable for children with a pull-out bed.
Why not sit out on your private patio and enjoy a refreshing drink or even some al fresco dining with great surroundings?
The village of Chwilog is a delightful place just off the coast that provides the basic amenities in a pub and a shop.
Nearby are the popular North Wales spots of Criccieth, Abersoch and Pwllheli, all offering something different and all most certainly worth visiting.
Beudy Mawr is a pleasant cottage in an excellent coastal location.
Three bedrooms: 1 x ground floor double, 1 x twin, 1 x single with a single pull-out. Ground floor bathroom with a shower over bath, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. External utility. Sitting room with a woodburning stove.
About the location
Criccieth 4.5 miles; Pwllheli 5.2 miles; Porthmadog 9.5 miles; Abersoch 12 miles.
Chwilog is a small village on the Llyn Peninsula, near the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales, in a regions of Wales renowned for its outstanding scenery and varied walking. The Afon Wen river runs through the village and down to the sea, just one mile away. A short drive away, Criccieth is a delightful seaside town with a 13th century castle sat on a rocky outcrop with wonderful views of Tremadog Bay and the Snowdonia mountains. Watersports enthusiasts will be delighted by the towns two beaches, whilst walkers and bikers are spoilt for choice by the proximity of the beautiful Snowdonia National Park. Stroll along the beaches, watch porpoises playing in the surf, or relax in the various pubs, restaurants and tea rooms, sampling the famous Cadwalader’s ice cream. Visit Abersoch, an attractive harbour village situated between two glorious bays. It 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. Watersports enthusiasts are also well catered for, particularly windsurfing, water skiing and dinghy sailing, not to mention renowned surfing at Hell’s Mouth. Further afield, attractions such as Portmeirion’s wonderful Italianate gardens, the individual shops and restaurants, as well as the Ffestiniog railway, in the bustling harbour town of Porthmadog, Harlech Castle, Pwllheli host to both European and world sailing events, Caernarfon Castle and the beautiful beaches and renowned golf courses of the Llyn Peninsula are all within an easy drive.