A pretty, whitewashed, stone terraced cottage, set on the outskirts of the village of Llithfaen, four miles from the coastal resort of Nefyn on the Llyn Peninsula.
This Llithfaen cottage is a real delight, with distant sea views it offers wonderful accommodation for families and friends.
A Welsh cottage of character and charm, guests will find quaint features including a woodburner set in a small inglenook, and exposed joists, well preserved from the cottage’s 19th century build.
Lovingly restored and furnished in a 'retro chic' style, this Llithfaen cottage is cosy and welcoming, with an open plan living space offering a comfortable sitting area, a dining area and a contemporary kitchen, along with the two bedrooms, the master benefiting from distant sea views.
Outside this Llithfaen cottage is a pretty front garden with furniture, accessed up ten steps from the private parking area, though roadside access avoids the steps.
The area surrounding this Llithfaen cottage is a haven for walkers and wildlife lovers, as the cottage is located on the road leading down to the Welsh Language Centre with its café and access to the beach.
Discover the deserted coves, rolling surf and spectacular cliff-top walks that this coastline is famed for.
This lovely Llithfaen cottage offers a great holiday base for a relaxing break, all year round.
About the location
Nefyn 4 miles; Abersoch 12 miles.
The small village of Llithfaen is one of the highest villages on the Llyn Peninsula, enjoying some of the best views around due to its location on the slopes of the Yr Eifl mountain range. The village boasts its own community-run village shop and local pub, which was established in 1988 and offers a friendly welcome. Llithfaen is very proud of its Welsh heritage with the Welsh Language and Heritage Centre and restaurant located just up the road at Nant Gwrtheyrn, which also has a pebble beach. The pretty coastal town of Nefyn lies 4 miles away, sitting atop sweeping cliffs, and is home to a fine, two-mile stretch of sandy beach, popular with families, along with a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants. The village is also within reach of the amenities of the popular towns of Pwllheli, Abersoch and Caernarfon. In nearby Porth Dinllaen is the Ty Coch pub, voted 3rd best 'beach bar' in the world in an online feature in June 2013. The coastline around this region is dotted with castles and coves, while fishing, sailing and water sports are all available. The Snowdonia National Park is 25 miles away, with its dramatic scenery and abundance of superb walks. With its proximity to such a wide range of destinations, this area makes a superb base for a break in North Wales.
Note: Until January 2017 this property sleeps four people in a double and a twin room. From 9th January 2017 this property sleeps three people in a double and a single room.