Tucked away on a quiet lane in the small village of Pentreath rests Bryn Bach, an inviting semi-detached cottage.
Set over two floors this character dwelling boasts plenty of comforting features to make you feel right at home and will be a lovely base for those looking to explore the area and beyond.
The entrance leads you to the attractive sitting room, tastefully furnished with comfy, contemporary sofa and armchairs.
The brick fireplace has been retained and has an inviting woodburning stove.
The room is completed by a dining table which provides ample seating for everyone at mealtimes.
The well-equipped kitchen has a good selection of appliances to make your self-catering holiday easier.
For added convenience there is a downstairs WC.
Upstairs are two welcoming bedrooms, a twin with a bespoke headboard and storage space.
The master bedroom, with a double bed, features a quirky little crog loft (not for guest use), the lovely fresh bedding completes the homely touches to both bedrooms.
The bath will let you relax and soak away the exertions of your day or freshen up under the shower, before enjoying an evening drink or morning coffee in the pretty garden across the path at the back of the cottage.
You are so close to the coastal path where you can access Pentraeth forest and may even spot a red squirrel.
It is perfect for exploring the stunning coastline and enjoying the vast expanse of Red Wharf Bay at low tide.
Take in the glorious views while enjoying a meal out at one of the pubs in Red Wharf Bay itself or indulge in a Sunday Roast at the the Bull Inn or Panton Arms in Pentreath itself.
The service station in the village has a well-stocked Spar shop so you won't have to go far to have an enjoyable and relaxing holiday.