This splendid, detached bungalow rests in the idyllic village of Tudweiliog on the northern coast of the Llŷn Peninsula.
With its cosy interior, Shippon promises the perfect family retreat in this beautiful part of Wales.
Approached by a gravel driveway, you enter the property into the bright and airy sitting room, complete with an alluring log burner, two sofas and a Smart TV to form the ultimate relaxation haven.
Open the bi-fold doors to bring the outside in, perfect for a summers day.
Fulfilling your culinary needs, the contemporary kitchen is well-equipped with a range of integrated appliances and accessories, enabling the chef amongst the group to whip up delicious meals.
There are three bedrooms at this superb Tudweiliog cottage, including two doubles and a twin, each decorated in a refreshing neutral tone benefitting from ample storage space.
Completing the interior is the contemporary shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC.
There is also a utility room, which is helpful if you cross a muddier route along your trails.
To the back and side of the cottage are two spacious lawned areas, perfect to let your children run freely whilst you admire the surrounding rural views.
Just a short stroll away is the local pub, which serves home-cooked food and local ales, whilst the beach can also be found within paces from the cottage.
Explore the Llyn Penisula and its outstanding natural beauty with picturesque coastal walks enjoying remote bays, sandy beaches and wildlife havens along the way.
Shippon is a lovely base in an unspoilt part of Wales.
About the location
Nefyn 5 miles; Abersoch 9 miles; Pwllheli 10 miles.
The picturesque village of Tudweiliog lies on the Nefyn to Aberdaron road along the stunning north coast of the Llyn Peninsula and feels much further away than it is from the hustle and bustle of Pwllheli and Abersoch, and the other resorts along the south coast.
The local pub is the Lion Inn and there is a Post Office in the village which also doubles as the village shop.
The local beach is the cove of Porth Towyn, with its clean sand and waters, it is a popular choice with families.
A little further along the coast is the wide bay of Traeth Penllech with the tiny fishing hamlet of Porth Colmon at its western end.
The Llyn Peninsula is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and is renowned for its scenery and varied walking, with coastal paths being a major attraction for the avid walker.
Most of the coastline is owned by the National Trust, where you will find many remote bays, sandy beaches, cliffs and wildlife havens, plus the region is dotted with castles, whilst fishing, sailing and watersport activities are available.
Also within easy reach are Portmeirion, the Isle of Anglesey and the Snowdonia National Park, with its dramatic scenery and superb walks.
With its proximity to such a wide range of destinations, Tudweiliog makes a wonderful base for a break in this part of Wales.