Proudly positioned in the beautiful town of Criccieth, overlooking the soft sandy shores of the North Wales Coast and the spectacular fortress of Criccieth Castle, Bryn Eglwys is a magnificent three-storey Victorian holiday home that is sure to add a touch of luxury to any self-catering stay.
Boasting eight gorgeous bedrooms, each with their own individual style, this property can host up to sixteen people making it a wonderful spot from which to enjoy a family or group getaway, no matter the occasion.
Leave your coats and boots to dry in the porch, before stepping inside the grand hallway and discovering a fabulous sitting room with a traditional gas fire, where you can enjoy many relaxing evenings chatting amongst friends and enjoying enthralling movies on the Sky TV.
From here, a gorgeous kitchen with stunning solid wood cabinets and a striking range cooker can be found hosting a sea of appliances, perfect for cooking up many delicious home-cooked meals for all to enjoy whilst gathered at the opulent mahogany table that decorates the fabulous dining room.
End your evenings with a quick game of pool in the ground-floor games room whilst the children play peacefully on the PlayStation in the second-floor games room, or head outside to the enclosed garden for a relaxing dip in the hot tub as you watch the sun set after another memorable day in Wales.
Retreat indoors to the ground-floor, accessible king-size bedroom, served by a gorgeous ground-floor shower room, or head upstairs to the first-floor and discover a further five bedrooms, each beautifully appointed and served by both a family bathroom and a shower room.
The bedrooms are made up of three king-sizes, one benefiting from an en-suite shower, and two twin bedrooms which can be arranged into king-size beds on request.
There are also two additional king-size beds resting peacefully on the second-floor, served by a family bathroom.
When ready to explore your surroundings, be sure to take a stroll down to the centre of Criccieth and uncover the fortress of Criccieth Castle, the shores of Criccieth and Marine beach, and a good selection of bustling pubs and restaurants from which to enjoy dinner and drinks by the sea.
Take a tour of the Amgueddfa Lloyd George Museum or travel to the colourful village of Portmeirion, home to tranquil spas, exotic gardens and a famous stone boat, offering a superb day out for the whole family.
A stone's throw away the town of Porthmadog offers plenty of fun with a captivating Maritime museum and Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways, where you can delight in a scenic tour of the countryside.
Head into the mountainous terrains of Snowdonia National Park and discover Sygun Copper Mine, Llechwedd Ancient Quarry and Zip World Slate Caverns, as well as awe-inspiring hiking trails to the peaks of Mount Snowdon, Glyder Fawr and Mynydd Mawr.
Seek thrills at the Dragon Raiders Activity Park, right on your doorstep, or head along the coast to the picturesque village of Abersoch to learn to catch a wave.
Experience Wales like never before on an escape to Bryn Eglwys.