This stylish, fully-renovated detached cottage boasts uninterrupted views across farmland, and is set in a quiet, rural setting, within the village of Edern, one mile from the seaside village of Morfa Nefyn on the North coast of the Llyn Peninsula.
This Edern cottage provides a first-class holiday base, with the added value of delightful views over the 5 acres of pasture land and gardens that come with the property, sure to appeal to all guests, from families with young children, to nature lovers and walkers.
With beautiful, contemporary styling and attention to detail throughout, this Edern cottage boasts a modern well-equipped kitchen/dining room with breakfast island, travertine flooring and granite worktops with additional seating area where you can relax and gaze over the garden, watching the children play.
A large, character sitting room with vaulted ceiling, exposed beams, inglenook fireplace with wood lintel, woodburner and original 'earth wall feature' blends the old and new with ease.
Four bedrooms, including two king-size doubles, both with en-suite shower rooms and one with a Juliet balcony, provide ample, flexible sleeping options.
Edern village has a butchers/shop and a pub/restaurant, whilst a sandy beach can be found in Morfa Nefyn, which is just a mile away from this North Wales cottage.
The towns of Abersoch and Pwllheli are close by, plus within driving distance are the stunning Snowdonia National Park and the wonderful Isle of Anglesey.
This is a superbly finished Edern cottage of real distinction in a beautiful coastal location, which can be enjoyed all year round.
About the location
Morfa Nefyn 1 mile; Pwllheli 8 miles; Abersoch 8 miles.
The coastal village of Edern is on the northern coast of the Llyn Peninsula, and offers a butchers/shop, pubs and a pub/restaurant. Close by is Morfa Nefyn, which sits on top of sweeping cliffs and features a fine two-mile stretch of sandy beach, popular with families, along with a shop and a golf course. The towns of Pwllheli and Abersoch are within driving distance and boast a number of shops, pubs and restaurants. The Llyn Peninsula is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and is renowned for its scenery and varied walking, with coastal paths being a major attraction for the avid walker. Most of the coastline is owned by the National Trust, where you will find many remote bays, sandy beaches, cliffs and wildlife havens, plus the region is dotted with castles, whilst fishing, sailing and watersport activities are available. Also within easy reach are Portmeirion, the Isle of Anglesey and the Snowdonia National Park, with its dramatic scenery and superb walks. With its proximity to such a wide range of destinations, Edern makes a wonderful base for a break in this part of Wales.