“This is a well equipped pleasant holiday accommodation.”
My wife is a wheelchair user, hence my comments are largely related to wheelchair access.
The entrance is up a bit of a slope which could be a difficulty for some wheelchair users. There are no steps or slopes inside so getting around inside is ideal.
Each bedroom has an ensuite shower room The largest ensuite is a shower room with a very low shower tray, this isn't really large enough for a wheelchair to enable getting into the shower etc. The separate wet room is larger and therefore more useful for wheelchair access, however using this room would not give the privacy and convenience of an ensuite.
The underfloor heating was very effective in the living/dining/kitchen area but did not work in the bedrooms.
The nearby town of Aberdaron is very pleasant and is accessed via a steep hill.. You wouldn't want to push a wheelchair down or up the road to it, also it was too steep for our elderly companions to walk. Powerchairs that resemble a quad bike are available to take down to the beach, we didn't try them but they look great fun.
We had a lovely time staying in this lovely home in this lovely part of Wales.