Clynnog Fawr 1.5 miles.
Aberdesach, near Clynnog Fawr, Gwynedd is a small village that houses a stunning 1970's detached house known as Angorfa.
Angorfa is a fantastic beachfront home for a group or family of eight looking for a getaway with a unique flair, with breath-taking views of the sea or Snowdonia in every direction.
With plenty of off-street parking, and a lovely patio area with chairs, you'll be able to enjoy your morning brew with a view.
Step into the original and well-equipped kitchen, which features original tiles and a Nespresso machine, to prepare delectable meals that can be enjoyed at the unique 1960s Scandinavian dining table with a celebratory bottle of fizz.
There is also a CD player in the dining room, so you can dine while listening to your favourite music.
The utility room is located just off the kitchen and features a washing machine, dishwasher, and condensed tumble dryer for your convenience.
With four bedrooms, two of which are located on the ground floor and each with an en-suite shower room, you'll have plenty of room to spread out and relax.
Ascend the stairwell to the spacious sitting area, which features a vaulted ceiling and large picture windows that showcase the breath-taking views.
Settle in on the plush seating and enjoy your favourite show on the Smart TV.
In addition, there is a private balcony where you can relax and enjoy the last rays of the day while sipping your favourite beverage.
The two remaining bedrooms on the first floor, include a super king and a king-size, both with en-suite shower rooms and zip/link.
Repurposed 1960s and 1970s wardrobes and side tables are found in all of the bedrooms, creating an ideal mix of traditional and contemporary elements.
At the nearby Aberdesach Beach, you can stroll along the pebbled sands and take in the expansive views of Caernarfon Bay.
The nearby village of Clynnog-fawr has everything you need, including a gas station where you can refuel and the Bryn Eisteddfod, where you can reward yourself and your loved ones with a hearty meal and some local ales after a long day of exploring.
Tafarn Y Twr, Trefor Beach, and the Trefor Sea Stacks await you on the clifftops of Trefor if you'd like to take a break from beachcombing.
Once you reach Nefyn, take some time to explore the Amgueddfa Forwrol Lln Maritime Museum, relax on the sands of Traeth Nefyn, or go on a hike along the Llyn Coastal Path for some local history.
Take on the imposing Snowdonia Peak which is located in the Snowdonia National Park and offers stunning views from the top.
If the views are what drew you, but you don't want to hike, head to Llanberis and take the railway up to the renowned summit.
Visit Ceunant Mawr Waterfall, Dolbadarn Castle or the World Heritage Site of Dinorwig Quarry while you're in Llanberis and enjoy a variety of watersports on Llyn Peris.
There's no better place to go on your next trip to North Wales than Angorfa.