Price: £360 - £720
Type: Farm Stay, Featured Holiday Cottages, Hot Tub, Internet | WiFi, Pet Friendly, Real Fire
This 3 bedroom traditional farmhouse offers picturesque holiday accommodation on a working farm on the beautiful Llyn Peninsula in North Wales. Panoramic views and a private hot tub as well as all the goings on the farm will make this cottage a firm favourite with a lot of our guests.
On the ground floor we have a large kitchen-diner that includes plenty of cupboard units, a fridge freezer, and washing machine. At the other end of the room a dining table and chairs sits under a window overlooking a lovely garden.
A spacious but cozy lounge sits on the other side of the entrance hall. A large inglenook fireplace houses a real fire and is flanked by comfortable leather sofas and a large flat screen TV. The original oak beams and stone hearth provide a real sense of tradition and history.
There are three bedrooms upstairs. Two double rooms and one smaller child’s room with bunk beds. So up to four adults and two children can be accommodated. There is a simple but spacious bathroom with large bath plus a separate shower room.
Thw owners, Glenys and Griffith John live in the house next door and are always on hand and happy to help if you are in need of anything.
Pets Yes (£30 per pet additional supplement fee)
Bed Linen Provided
Cot and High Chair Available on request
A patio area immediately in front of the house accommodates a large hot tub as well as the usual dining table and chairs and BBQ. A large and beautiful lawn stretches out in front down to the boundry of the farm and fields of grazing sheep. A perfect spot for relaxing after a walk in the hills or a stroll along the beach.
Abersoch nearby as been a very fashionable and popular holiday destination for generations but the farm offers guests the opportunity to explore quieter less busy beauty spots as well. There are lots of hidden coves in the area and quiet country walks will help you experience the true Llyn Peninsula perhaps.
The fishing village of Aberdaron is certainly worth a visit as are the beaches of Llanbedrog and Porth Dinllaen. The coastal path leading around Uwchmynydd is breathtaking and a day trip to Bardsey Island is a great option if the weather is calm enough.
The larger harbor town of Pwllheli is about 30 minutes to the east and has lots of shops and restaurants. Caernarfon Castle and the mountains of Snowdonia are a little further on again.
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