Glan Aber is a beautiful, detached home in Pwllheli, Gwynedd, near to the North Wales shore.
This contemporary home in the Llŷn Peninsula Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty sleeps up to eight people in four bedrooms and is ideal for families, groups, and couples looking to enjoy the beautiful beaches, countryside, and Snowdonia National Park.
When you arrive at your home away from home, you'll find off-road parking and a bright entrance hall.
The open-plan living room boasts a well-equipped kitchen with an electric oven and hob, lots of preparation space, and a large fridge/freezer, sure to delight the designated chef.
This welcoming space also includes a two-person breakfast bar and a sitting area with two leather sofas where you may unwind with a hot beverage.
Open the bi-fold doors to allow the outside in on warm summer days, and dine al fresco in your private, enclosed garden.
There's lots of lawn space and a swing set for the kids to play while the grownups rest in the sun.
Back inside, the living/dining area has a table for six and a table for two, as well as classic furnishings, a gas fire, a wall-mounted TV, and cushioned seats to unwind after a day of activity.
The ground floor also includes a utility room with a washer and dryer, as well as a ground-floor shower room, so you can freshen up quickly after a day at the beach.
The four double rooms are upstairs, all tastefully provided with storage space and one with a TV, suiting a variety of groups.
A contemporary bathroom with a sleek finish serves the bedrooms, where you may relax in the bath or rinse in the walk-in shower while your towel warms on the heated rail.
When it's time to go exploring, Pwllheli is a great place to start.
Play a round of golf at Clwb Golff Pwllheli, stroll the golden sands of Traeth Marian-y-de, or visit the lovely harbour, which has a variety of shops and restaurants nearby.
Abersoch is a haven for surfers and swimmers, with three magnificent beaches to choose from, whether you want to rest or try your hand at watersports.
The National Trust's Plas yn Rhiw, a 16th-century manor home with beautiful gardens, overlooks Porth Neigwl, another idyllic beach for sunbathing and appreciating your surroundings.
Aberdaron, a delightful village with traditional cafes, bakeries, and the old St Hywyn's Church, as well as Traeth Aberdaron and seaside walks to view native bird life, is a little further along.
Criccieth's interesting Castell Criccieth offers more history, while the popular Porthmadog offers magnificent routes on the Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways through pastures and forests.
The Italianate village of Portmeirion is another must-see, or if you're searching for outdoor adventures, Snowdonia National Park offers incredible hikes, Zip World Llechwedd, and the Ceunant Llennyrch National Nature Reserve, all within driving distance.
Glan Aber offers the best of both seaside and country for your next North Wales vacation.