This charming detached house dates back to early 1800s, renovated to a lovingly standard with beautiful views right on the doorstep of Aberdaron.
Thoughtfully designed with families in mind, Fron Olau is a homely place to return to; a cottage wrapped in tradition and neutral décor, effectively finished.
Enter inside to the kitchen/diner, a tasteful set-up, pieced together with modern units, a delightful dining table, and exposed ceiling beams for a characterful twist.
After a collective meal, look forward to settling down in the lounge, where everyone can relax on the leather sofas, enjoying the warmth from the electric fire.
There is also a roomy utility area located on the ground floor, with a cloakroom rested beyond.
End your day with some peace and quiet in one of the three wonderful bedrooms upstairs, two doubles ans a single are stylishly presented, one is elevated by calming views over the heart-warming landscape, whilst the master is accompanied by its own en-suite shower room.
There is also a family bathroom, so all guests can get ready at ease, before and after those daily adventures.
By the entrance to Aberdaron and within a ten-minute walk to the village, amenities and the beach, Fron Olau takes on a prime location.
Straggling up the hills are the buildings that give Aberdaron its character; the lime-washed fishermen's cottages, the cafés, shops, and hotels, and the church of St Hywyn.
Uncover fabulous castles and coves, or enjoy excellent fishing, watersports and golf opportunities, all available nearby.
Not forgetting Snowdonia National Park.
A seaside destination to remember.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double, 1 single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Cloakroom with basin and WC. Kitchen/diner with electric fire. Utility. Sitting room with electric fire.
About the location
Abersoch 11 miles; Pwllheli 16 miles.
The seaside village of Aberdaron is peacefully situated around two streams, and facing the sea. Straggling up the hills are the buildings that give Aberdaron its character; the lime-washed fishermen's cottages, the cafes, shops, and hotels, and the church of St Hywyn. On each side of the river's mouth is the beach for walking and playing on, and a promenade where you can watch the sailing boats and regattas in the bay. There is also a National Trust visitor centre and car park. The popular resorts of Pwllheli and Abersoch are within easy reach. Discover fabulous castles and coves, or enjoy excellent fishing, watersports and golf opportunities, all available nearby. The dramatic scenery and abundance of superb walks at the Snowdonia National Park area are within easy driving distance, making an ideal base for a varied and enjoyable holiday, at any time of year.
Note: This property only accepts children over 12 years old.