Price: £300 - £590
Type: Farm Stay, Hot Tub, Internet | WiFi, Real Fire
A traditional stone barn has been converted into a one bedroom holiday cottage on a working farm near Pwllheli in North Wales. There are 5 holiday cottages on the farm altogether. All very professionally run and spotlessly clean.
The front door leads us into a large kitchen diner. Solid oak fitted units house a modern electric oven, dishwasher, and large fridge freezer. A square table and simple country cottage dining chairs is the perfect setting for those romantic home made dinners for two.
To the right of the kitchen, through a ledge and brace door, we enter the ground floor bedroom. An impressive Victorian cast iron bed with accompanying traditional welsh wool woven throw sits on a solid oak floor.
The adjoining en-suite is very spacious and has a bath as well as a separate shower cubicle.
The solid oak floor continues upstairs into the lounge. Quite sensibly the owners have put the lounge upstairs so as to make the most of the view in this wonderful rural location. Here a comfortable two seater sofa faces onto a lovely log burner sitting on a slate hearth. Original exposed beams enhance the welsh country cottage feel surpassed only by the panoramic views outside perhaps.
Guests have the added luxury of a small on site spa cabin with hot tub, sauna and treatment room.
Bed Linen Provided
Cot and High Chair N/A
The cottage is located on a 200 acre rural sheep and cattle farm between the mountains of Snowdonia and the beaches of the Llyn Peninsula. This safe child friendly environment will be a joy for many guests with lots of country walks accessible right from your front door.
A short drive to the east will bring you to Cwm Pennant and the Nantlle Ridge and then Snowdon itself. In the other direction the beaches and coves of the peninsula are a favorite of lots of our summer guests. The ever popular Abersoch as well as the market town and sailing harbor of Pwllheli attract thousands of visitors every year. We’d suggest also exploring quieter locations like Aberdaron, Porth Dinllaen and Criccieth.
Popular local attractions include the petting farm near Chwilog, Ffestiniog narrow gauge railway, Glasfryn Adventure Park and numerous castles and historical sites. Many adventure sports are also popular. Coasteering, zip lining, sailing and white water rafting along with many others can all be enjoyed nearby.
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