Aberdaron 3.5 miles.
This attractive, detached whitewashed stone cottage is set on a quiet lane in a rural, picturesque location surrounded by wonderful rolling countryside, only a short drive from the beautiful little fishing village of Aberdaron.
This single-storey cottage will appeal to couples or a small family who want to enjoy time together exploring one of the most beautiful areas along this coastline.
The peace and tranquillity is wonderful and the cottage welcoming, boasting a sitting room with comfortable leather sofas making the perfect place to unwind after a long day exploring.
Put your feet up by the warming open fire and enjoy a good book, or reminisce over the day’s activities.
The farmhouse-style kitchen is well equipped with a comfy dining area ideal for leisurely breakfasts, leading through to the conservatory, which is great for catching the morning sun and enjoying a cup of fresh coffee whilst planning the day ahead.
Outside, the garden area enjoys a sunny aspect with fantastic countryside views.
Porth Awyr is surrounded by lovely country walks that join up with the Welsh Coastal Path, opening up miles of unspoilt coastal and clifftop walks.
Also within easy reach is the charming fishing village of Aberdaron, with its sheltered sandy beach, and the superb surf beach at Hells Mouth, really making this cottage an ideal base.
The famous Whistling Sands Beach is just over two miles away and is set in one of the National Trust’s Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The marine visitors centre in Aberdaron is also well worth a visit, or you can simply enjoy lunch at one of the local village pubs.
Abersoch and Pwllheli are popular resorts only a short drive away and further afield, but still within driving distance, is the Italianate village of Portmeirion, the wonderful Snowdonia National Park, and the Isle of Anglesey.
This pretty cottage is an ideal base for exploring the riches this beautiful area offers, all year round.
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.