A stylish, semi-detached beach house in a superb location, overlooking Cardigan Bay in the seaside town of Criccieth on the Llyn Peninsula.
Just two minutes’ walk from the beach and promenade, this family cottage combines a contemporary beach house style with thoughtful personal touches, making it perfect for guests of all ages.
Close to Criccieth’s town centre, this North Wales cottage has a spacious kitchen, a wonderful dining area in front of the impressive bay window offering panoramic views, a bright and airy sitting room with a wall-mounted TV and a modern woodburner.
From here, head outside to a south-facing terrace with views of Criccieth Castle and across Cardigan Bay to Harlech Castle.
Three of the stylish bedrooms have sea views, including a super king-size master bedroom with access onto the terrace and a luxurious en-suite.
The fourth bedroom features bespoke 'quad pod’ adult-sized bunk beds with a wall-mounted TV and DVD player, making it perfect for little ones, teenagers and larger groups of adults.
A large double garage can be used for the storage of watercraft and mountain bikes.
To the rear is an enclosed lawn with children’s play equipment, and a 5-person hot tub that also enjoys sea views.
Criccieth offers sandy beaches, rocky coves and watersports, along with antique and craft shops, pubs and restaurants.
It is home to the famous Dylan’s art-deco restaurant, which is a 2 minute walk from this family cottage.
With the beach literally footsteps away, this property provides the perfect seaside holiday home, all-year-round.
Four bedrooms: 1 x ground floor super king-size with en-suite bathroom with hand-held shower, separate shower, basin, bidet and WC, 2 x double, 1 x family room with 'quad pod' bunks. Shower room with basin and WC. Ground floor cloakroom with WC. Kitchen. Living room with dining area with woodburning stove and sun room.
About the location
Porthmadog 5 miles.
Often described as the 'Pearl of Wales on the shores of Snowdonia’, this delightful seaside town is situated just 5 miles from Porthmadog. The town’s 13th century castle perches majestically on a rocky outcrop, dominating the skyline and offering superb views of Tremadog Bay and the Snowdonia mountains. Watersports enthusiasts will be delighted by the 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. Further afield, attractions such as Portmeirion’s wonderful Italianate gardens, the Ffestiniog railway in Porthmadog, Harlech Castle, Caernarfon Castle and the beautiful beaches and renowned golf courses of the Llyn Peninsula are all within an easy drive.