Sleeps: 4 + Cot
Price: £290 - £570
Type: Farm Stay, Internet | WiFi, Near Pub, Real Fire
Lloft-Sarn is a cute little holiday cottage on the Llyn Peninsula. Set out on one floor in a studio style layout, makes it a great space for spending some really good quality family time and it’s central location makes the cottage a perfect base from which to explore the Llyn Peninsula.
As you come up the stairs, immediately in front of you is the sitting area which has a really nice warm feel to it. The flat screen TV located on the wall is well positioned so as not to intrude on the space whilst at the same time will be great for film nights! The log burner to the far left is a great addition and will really make for those cosy evenings – all the sofa’s, chairs and rugs add to a real sense of charm to the place and the underfloor heating throughout will ensure you are toastie warm.
To the left are the kitchen and dining area. Lovely modern / country farm style units and granite worktop. The layout is really well done here. the kitchen has its own space whilst still part of the room; all very good quality and attention to detail can be seen throughout.
At the other end of the sitting room are the bedrooms and bathroom. The double has a wrought iron bed with the rest of the room is tastefully decorated as with the rest of the cottage. The second bedroom has a set of bunk beds. The family bathroom has a large walk-in shower and again, all to a high spec.
Lloft-Sarn is part of 3 properties which when rented together can sleep up to 16 people (please refer to property Sarn). Whilst each individual cottage has its own outside space and privacy, there is a large, shared open space where you will find football goals, swings, climbing frame and a 14ft trampoline along with a gas BBQ. There is also plenty of parking.
Sleeps 4 + Cot
Bed Linen Provided
Cot and High Chair Provided
Lloft-Sarn is located just outside the the small village of Sarn Mellteyrn and is perfectly located for exploring the hidden coves and beaches of the Llyn Peninsula. You really should make the effort to explore as they really are very beautiful with turquoise waters and waterfalls running onto beaches.
Absersoch, a 15 minute drive away, has lots of trendy restaurants and shops; it is a very lively town with a strong surfing culture. Pwllheli, 10 minutes further on, is great for shopping and the sailing centre has had a lot of investment making it again a great place to visit.
Aberdaron to the east is another pretty little village. Nicer for being a little more undiscovered perhaps. Consider booking the little ferry that runs to Bardsey Island, a very special place to visit. Ty Coch Inn, near Nefyn is another place you might want to visit as it is known to be one of the best 10 beach bars in the world.
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