Abersoch 0.5 miles.
A detached 19th century former grain store, ideally located within the owners' grounds, occupying a quiet, rural position, in open countryside, offering lovely views over the sea and mount Cader Idris beyond, 1/2 mile from pretty Abersoch.
Renovated to create a superb holiday home, The Grain Store offers cosy, well-equipped accommodation, with a wealth of oak beams and modern facilities.
Outside, the lawned garden and patios are perfect for relaxing and enjoying the scenery.
There are exciting walks and cycle trails near the cottage, while the delightful village of Abersoch, with its beautiful sandy beach and variety of shops and restaurants, is only 10 minutes' walk.
The Llyn Peninsula is renowned for its heritage coastline, links golf courses, walking, horse riding, fishing and seal boat trips.
A lovely cottage in a wonderful holiday location.
Split-level accommodation. Two bedrooms: 1 x ground floor double, 1 x first floor twin. Lower ground floor bathroom with shower, basin and WC. Lower ground floor kitchen. Ground floor sitting room with dining area, coal-effect electric fire and sea/mountain views.
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.