This traditional semi-detached cottage is nestled on the edge of the village of Mynytho, only two miles from the popular seaside village of Abersoch on the Llyn Peninsula.
This delightful cottage is tucked away off the road, filled with charm and character, and is a superb base for families to enjoy time together whilst exploring this beautiful part of North Wales.
On the ground floor you will find a well-equipped kitchen, a feature stone wall and dining area, ideal for producing some fantastic home-cooked food followed by social dining into the evening.
A step down leads into a cosy and welcoming sitting room with a woodburner, perfect to snuggle up in front of on a cool winter evening, plus there is also a useful external utility with shower to rinse off the sand after a fun day on one of the many local beaches.
On the first floor are two stylish bedrooms, offering double and twin layouts, plus there’s the added benefit of a second floor chill-out room with sofa, bean bags and TV, ideal for children (or adults) to sit and relax reading or playing games.
The pretty gardens are a natural sun trap and fully enclosed, so ideal for young children and pets to play safely, and there is secure storage for cars and boats 50 yards away, making this a great base for watersports enthusiasts.
With several excellent golf courses, the famous Portmeirion Italianate village, pleasure boat trips, sea angling and access to superb coastline and clifftop walks, there’s something to do all year round.
A charming cottage with plenty to see and do in the area.
Over three floors. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with woodburner. Second floor snug. External utility with shower and basin.
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.