Crowrach Cottage is a charming white-washed former farmhouse nestled in the undulating countryside of North Wales, in Bwlchtocyn near Abersoch.
Crowrach Cottage, with its character-filled interior and wonderful views of the ocean and countryside, is an ideal setting for a group adventure.
As you pull into the driveway and unpack your belongings, take in the tranquil greenery that surrounds your new home-away-from-home.
Stepping inside, be enchanted by the classic character of the living/dining room, which has been lovingly put together with exposed wooden beams and a rustic open fire nestled within an original stonework fireplace, inviting you to kick off your shoes and enjoy a moment of peace in front of the television.
As you progress through the home, you'll come to the kitchen/diner, which features a traditional wooden décor and houses an array of wonderful conveniences to entice any budding chef to whip up delicious dishes to be enjoyed at the nearby dining table.
In the summer months, uncork a bottle of wine and take your dining experience outdoors with a seat amongst the rolling greenery of your very own private garden, or meet like-minded holiday makers as you enjoy an evening tipple in the shared grounds.
As the evening grows darker, retire for the evening by climbing the stairs to the first floor where you'll discover three tastefully decorated bedrooms: one double, one twin, and one bunk room, each offering flexible sleeping arrangements for children, families and friends sharing; an additional twin room is accessible from the kitchen area via another set of stairs.
Take a stroll to the top of the garden to take in the fabulous views before enjoying a cofee in the sun lounge.
In the morning, relish your peaceful holiday itinerary and begin your day with an indulgent soak in the tub with a good book in hand before joining your guests in the conservatory to plan an adventure for the day ahead over a hot cup of coffee.
Pack your bucket and spade and travel the short distance to Traeth Porth Ceiriad, a peaceful seaside spot that provides a much-needed break from the buzz of everyday life, while Abersoch Harbour Beach provides the ideal backdrop for those looking for coastal adventures and watersports activities.
Avid golfers will delight with a visit to the 18-hole course at Abersoch Golf Club, which offers stunning views of the Llyn Peninsula, whilst those looking to divulge in a spot of retail therapy may wish to peruse the high-street settled in the heart of the village.
After working up an appetite, treat your loved ones to an indulgent meal at one of the local eateries, with an abundance of cafes, pubs and restaurants to choose from, including local favourite, The Potted Lobster, where you can tuck-in to the catch of the day.
Resting a short distance away from Crowrach Cottage is the spectacular 16th century manor home of Plas yn Rhiw, a beautiful site preserved by the National Trust, providing a truly lovely spot to stretch your legs with a quiet stroll through the seasonal gardens.
Be sure to visit Eryri (Snowdonia) National Park, a picture-perfect area known for its rolling moorland, craggy peaks and glistening waters, where thrill-seekers can scale Yr Wyddfa (Mount Snowdon) or zip-wire deep underground through hidden slate caverns in search of the ultimate adrenaline rush in North Wales.
Make memories that you'll remember for years to come with a stay at Crowrach Cottage.