Caernarfon 2 miles.
Up a leafy lane sits a cosy bungalow, nestled on the edge of the lovely Welsh village of Bontnewydd, two miles from the Royal historic castle town of Caernarfon, and close to some superb sandy beaches.
This lovely cottage is well presented, providing homely accommodation for a couple, friends or a small family, who want a comfy base from which to explore North Wales and Anglesey, and being arranged all on one level is great for those who perhaps would otherwise struggle with stairs.
The open plan living area is nicely appointed, a comfy sitting area extends to a family dining area and well-appointed kitchen.
There are two bedrooms, a small double and a twin, both serviced by the family bathroom.
Outside, there is parking for two cars and at the rear a block paved patio area with table and chairs providing a nice place to enjoy a glass of wine late into warm summer evenings or dine al-fresco perhaps.
There are lots of walks to enjoy from the cottage, each taking in some wonderful scenery along the way, and within a few miles you can enjoy a day on the beautiful Blue flag beach at Dinas Dinlle.
For the children, Gypsywood family park is close by and provides a great day out and is well worth a visit.
The town of Caernarfon is close by, visit the majestic castle or simply explore the good range of shops, cafés and restaurants, there is plenty to choose from.
This really is a thriving area of North Wales with Bangor and Llanberis nearby, and the entire island of Anglesey within reach, there is an endless amount of things to do and see, and is something for everybody.
A journey on the Welsh Highland Railway is highly recommended for superb views of Snowdonia.
A great base anytime of the year.
All ground floor: Two bedrooms with TV: 1 x 4ft double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living accommodation with kitchen, dining and sitting area.
About the location
Caernarfon 2 miles; Llanberis 8.5 miles; Bangor 11 miles
Bontnewydd is a village sitting just outside of Caernarfon in North Wales, it sits at the confluence of the Rivers Beuno and Gwyrfair.
The village offers a couple of shops, a fish and chip shop and a friendly pub serving food.
The royal town of Caernarfon is just two miles away, dominated by a stunning castle, a wealth of charming buildings and many amenities.
As well as miles of idyllic coastline at your doorstep, the renowned Snowdonia National Park is also within easy reach, boasting dominating mountains with breath-taking walking and cycling country to explore, as well as activities such as Bounce Below and Zip World for the thrill-seekers.
The picturesque village of Llanberis is easy to reach and offers much to the visitor including the National Slate Museum, Llanberis Lake Railway, Castell Dolbadarn and more.
Also worth a visit is the city of Bangor, while the Isle of Anglesey, slightly further afield, plays host to a wealth of unspoilt countryside, heritage and much to see and do.