Sleeps: 4 + Cot
Price: £380 - £750
Type: Farm Stay, Internet | WiFi, Near Beach, Near Pub, Pet Friendly
Coetsiws-Penarth is a two bedroom farm holiday cottage walking distance from the beach. This lovely old stone outbuilding has been renovated to a high spec and is located in a beautiful rural setting with beaches and mountains right on your doorstep.
As you come through the front door, the open plan kitchen / diner and sitting room all flow really well together with a very modern take whilst retaining that homely feel.
The kitchen is immediately on your left; the grey ‘farrow and ball’ colours work well alongside the modern style wooden chairs and dining room table. The brown leather sofas in the sitting room area bring it all together giving warmth to the minimal design of the cottage.
A separate conservatory with views of the surrounding farm is just through a walkway from the sitting room area. Modern rattan furniture with bright cushions work really well against the slate tiled floors. The perfect place for an evening drink or your morning cup of tea to take in the surrounding beauty. .
Back through to the sitting room and past the kitchen will bring you to a couple of steps that lead you to the bedrooms and bathroom. A double and twin room, with plush carpets and big duvets make both bedrooms really inviting. The family bathroom at the end has a big walk in shower and is tiled throughout.
Sleeps 4 + Cot
Pets Yes (£30 per pet additional supplement fee)
Bed Linen Provided
Cot and High Chair Provided (cot linen not provided)
Coetsiws-Penarth is located in the village of Aberdesach at the base of the Llyn Peninsula in rural North Wales. The village boasts a beautiful beach with an iconic view of the Yr-Eifl mountains just south of Dinas Dinlle. This particular area is steeped in the legends of the Welsh folklore tales of the Mabinogion and is thought to be the location of the story of Dylan.
Pwllheli, some 10 minutes to the south, has a lovely marina and a selection of shops, cafes and pubs. They have a regular market by the harbour and the new sailing and events centre, Plas Heli, is a great place if you are interested in learning to sail.
Caernarfon to the north is home to the famous castle of course. The Galeri theatre is worth checking out and Pant Du vineyard is a great place to go for a bit of wine tasting. Childrens activities, including Gypsy Wood and Greenwood, are just a short drive away and are fantastic days out.
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