Resting in an idyllic position in the heart of the bustling seaside village of Abersoch, rests this charming mid-terrace holiday home, 27 Cae Du.
Set a short distance from the awe-inspiring coastline of North Wales, and boasting a quirky upside-down layout, 27 Cae Du is a lovely choice for a seaside retreat for both families and friends alike.
A sought-after off-road parking space greets you at the foot of this delightful abode, leading you up a handful of stone steps and to the front door of your new home-from-home.
Kick off your shoes as you step over the threshold and enter into the porchway, home to a handy washer/dryer to assist with freshening up your sandy holiday attire!
Making your way through the hallway, climb the stairs to the first floor where you'll find the open-plan living space, home to a well-equipped kitchen nestled alongside a dining table, providing the perfect sociable setting to recount the days adventures over a bottle of wine as the designated chef prepares a hearty meal for the group.
In the evening, settle down with a sumptuous spot in front of the television, or throw open the bi-fold doors and continue the celebrations outdoors, where you can soak in the fresh sea breeze with your favourite tipple.
As the evening grows darker, head downstairs to prepare for bed in the family bathroom, stylishly tiled throughout and fit with a bath and overhead shower, giving guests the choice on how best to wash away the day.
When sleep calls, choose between two well-presented bedrooms, with a sumptuous king-size bedroom nestled alongside a spacious family room, boasting a bunk, a single and a trundle for flexible sleeping arrangements.
A short walk from your doorstep will bring you into the centre of Abersoch and to a fantastic array of amenities, here you can indulge in a bite to eat at one of the delicious eateries or head to the local shop to pick up some last-minute ingredients.
After satisfying your appetite, spend a fun-filled day at the beach, where colourful huts decorate the glorious golden sand, providing the perfect setting to soak up the sun with your favourite book, paddle the shores or try your hand at surfing.
Avid golfers will be delighted by the excellent 18-hole golf course that overlooks the shores nearby, or for a day out for all of the family, the National Trust property of Plas yn Rhiw is within easy reach, adorned with breath-taking 16th century Georgian architecture and enveloped in vibrant formal gardens.
Discover more of this picturesque region and journey to Snowdonia National Park where you can explore the rural terrains via a plethora of walking, cycling and hiking trails, such as the climb to the summit of Mount Snowdon or the Ffordd Brailsford Way, paying homage to cycling legend, Sir David Brailsford.
For your next adventure to North Wales, choose 27 Cae Du.