Swn Y Mor is a well-positioned and characterful cottage in the lively market town of Pwllheli, Gwynedd.
The cottage welcomes four visitors and one well-behaved dog and is just steps from the beach and local facilities.
It features an open-plan living space, two big bedrooms, and a pet-friendly layout.
In the well-equipped kitchen, cater to your group's culinary needs before dining around the breakfast bar or settling into the elegant leather sofas, which are in front of the gas fire and TV; on cooler days, enjoy cinema nights bundled up with the fire alight.
Upstairs, have a refreshing shower before retiring to one of two beds; a double or a twin, both with attractive fixtures and plenty of storage.
When you're ready to explore your surroundings, head to Pwllheli, where you'll find a plethora of waterfront eateries, cafes, and stores; you'll be spoiled for choice, with Waterfront Bar and Restaurant and Caffi Sol being firm favourites.
Enjoy sunny strolls along Treath Glan-y-Don, which is only a short distance from Swn Y Mor or go on a nature-filled adventure by seeing St Cybi's Wells or trekking up one of Snowdonia's many paths.
Caernarfon and Caeau Tan y Bwlch nature reserve, which boasts a traditional hay meadow and fields rich in wildflowers, is a short car journey away, surrounded by a sandy shore, perfect for a visit upon its resident marina.
Criccieth Castle, a native Welsh fortification positioned over Tremadog Bay, is another suggested attraction close to home, or whether you want to fish or simply take a leisurely stroll, Bron Eifion Fishing Lakes provides a stunning backdrop.
Alternatively, visit Portmeirion, which is lined with boutique shops, eateries, and family-friendly amusements, as well as a 70-acre sub-tropical garden that is especially lovely in the warmer months.
Swn Y Mor is a great place to stay if you're planning a trip to Gwynedd.