A peaceful and pretty accommodation with an elevated position looking over Abersoch Bay, set in the traditional village of Mynytho.
This cosy and enticing property is a breath of fresh air, with countryside views that almost follow you around.
Step inside and a charming sitting room awaits hosting two lovely sofa's and an arm chair.
French doors open out to the terrace which sits before the views in the distance, the perfect spot to bask in the sun.
Moving round, an open plan kitchen and dining area is neatly finished with contrasting tiles.
Here, you can prepare and enjoy your favourite meals.
Just off from this, a neutrally finished bathroom is tucked into the corner.
Wander up the stairs and a nice landing presents place for storage, and to the right, a double bedroom is delicately resting.
Knitted together with a dressing table, low ceilings and outside views, you are sure to have a good nights sleep.
A family bedroom lies adjacent to this, holding a double and two single beds, the perfect flexible accommodation for your stay.
This light and spacious room looks out over nice greenery and the patio area.
The outside is where you will want to be, sitting in the sunshine admiring the countryside.
Nearby, the village of Mynytho hosts a shop and pub, laying just two miles from the harbour village of Abersoch with glorious bays, cafe's and a selection of watersports.
However you choose to spend your stay, this retreat promises a pleasing adventure.
About the location
Abersoch 2 miles; Pwllheli 6 miles.
Mynytho is a traditional village on the Llyn Peninsula, with a little shop, and a pub within 1.5 miles, and is only 2 miles from the attractive harbour village of Abersoch. Abersoch, situated between two glorious bays, is one of the most popular sailing venues in North Wales and important sailing regattas are held here throughout the summer months. Numerous shops cater for the tourist as well as pubs, restaurants and cafes. Watersports enthusiasts are also well catered for, with windsurfing, waterskiing and dinghy sailing, not to mention renowned surfing at Hell's Mouth. There are three main beaches to choose from - the long sandy Warren Beach, small and sheltered Porth Bach and sandy Porth Ceriad with its high cliffs. 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. The Lleyn Peninsula is a region of Wales renowned for its outstanding scenery and varied walking, ideal for those who don't fancy getting wet. Also within easy reach are the mountains of Snowdonia, Portmeirion Italianate Village, and the Isle of Anglesey.