Nestled 4 miles from the thriving village of Aberdaron, near the beautiful coastline of Wales, is this superb 18th century cottage.
Inside, the owners have created a cosy and heart-warming retreat, ideal for friends and families seeking to explore this wonderful area of Wales.
Featured in the Mirror as the winner of their Top Ten Holiday Cottages with Pools in 2014, this property is well-worth staying at.
Discover an impressive farmhouse style kitchen with a range of contemporary appliances, so you can easily cook up some delicious home-cooked food, and a sociable dining area for you to enjoy your meals with a well-deserved glass of wine in hand.
There is a second well-equipped kitchen, as well as, a welcoming sitting room where you can look forward to unwinding into the evening with your loved ones and let the wood burner provide that extra bit of warmth during those chillier evenings.
This cottage has a range of period features that give it a wealth of character, with its exposed stonework, tiled floors and original oak beams.
Discover a range of well-presented bedrooms, all of which have ample storage for your personal items, and a deluxe family bathroom, shower room and en-suite WC, basin and bidet just off the master bedroom.
Spend your evenings in the large acre of landscaped gardens, where you can sit out and soak in the fresh country air with a refreshing beverage.
Let's not forget about that fabulous outdoor swimming pool, giving you a spot of luxury for your trip and something your little ones will delight in!
There are a variety of scattered outbuildings, housing a range of equipment for the swimming pool and storage for bikes or water crafts!
You'll never be short of things to do here, with the National Trust beach of Whistling Sands nearby, perfect for family day out.
The Cors Geirch National Nature Reserve, with stunning countryside views, and the National Trust properties of Plas Yn Rhiw and Porth Y Swnt are within reach and are well-worth a visit.
The Llyn Peninsula offers plenty of trails for walking and cycling, including the Wales Coastal Path, and there are also an abundance of traditional Welsh eateries in the area, ideal for those evenings you don't fancy cooking.
The beautiful Snowdonia National Park is not too far away with some of the finest countryside and mountain ranges imaginable.
Plas Newydd is the perfect choice for a countryside break to this stunning part of North Wales.