Sleeps: 6 + cot
Price: £177 / Night (min. 3 nights)
Type: Featured Holiday Cottages, Internet | WiFi, Near Beach, Real Fire
Capel Llyfni is a stunning chapel conversion close to both the beach and the mountains. Modern interiors with large open spaces and clear mountain views make this a beautiful holiday destination in North Wales.
The chapel is an upside down arrangement with the living areas upstairs to make the most of the light and views that this holiday cottage has to offer.
Upstairs is an open plan kitchen, dining room and sitting room with the real ‘wow’ factor. The space is bathed in light from the many arched chapel windows that also give you the views of the mountains and sea.
The far end is the kitchen; a modern and utilitarian design adds to the loft apartment feel this room has. A huge round dining table will seat 6 comfortably and the owners have provided everything you need to cater well for your group whilst staying here. The central island with metal retro stools add to the relaxed feel and where you’ll no doubt congregate over a cup of tea or wine!
The sitting room area is in the centre of the room with a log burner and wall mounted TV. Plenty of seating on big leather sofas and an enormous floor cushion will certainly ensure everyone has a relaxing time.
Downstairs, there are three large double bedrooms that lead off from a central corridor. The ensuite bathrooms, wall mounted TV’s and plenty of space for armchairs and sofas make the rooms self contained so they are perfect too if you want some time to yourself. The spacious rooms, large comfy beds and lovely interiors make the bedrooms feel fresh, airy and cosy all at the same time!
Two of the ensuites have showers and one has a bath, which is also a jack and jill set up so that all the household can have access to the bath without going through the adjoining bedroom. There is also a laundry room on this floor with both a washing machine and tumble dryer.
Sleeps 6 + cot
Bed Linen Provided
Cot and High Chair Provided
The chapel is in the village of Pontllyfni which is set between Caernarfon and Pwllheli. With the river Llyfni flowing in front of the chapel itself and the incredible views of the mountains behind and a stone’s throw from the beach, its location is pretty special to say the least.
It’s a very popular place for walkers as the Llyn Coastal Path rejoins the Northern coast line of the Llyn Peninsula in the village itself along with the many mountain paths you can take, including the very popular Yr Eifl range.
Beach lovers will also enjoy its location with the Pontllyfni beach itself as well as being only 10 mins from Dinas Dinlle and Aberdesach; both very popular and well known beaches in the area.
Set on the north of the Llyn Peninsula, there are many things to do in the area. Glaslyn Parc is great place to go with children where they offer karting, wakeboarding, bowling, archery along with lots of other activities. The Bear Grylls Survival school is just down the road as is Dragon Raiders where you will find paintballing.
Caernarfon is the nearest main town where the castle takes centre stage along with a great selection of cafes, restaurants and shops. 30 minutes to an hour will take you into the Snowdonia mountains where the towns of Llanberis and Betws Y Coed which are great places to visit. 20 mins south will take you to Pwllheli where there is a great marina and market town. A little further along the coast will take you to Abersoch, the trendy surfing hotspot of the area where again, lots of great restaurants and bars and of course, surfing.
Depending on how far you want to travel, within an hour to an hour and half you have access to incredible activities and landscape including world famous mountain biking trails, Zip World, Surf Snowdonia and of course Portmeirion Village – all places on many people’s bucket list of things to do.
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