Abersoch 2.2 miles.
Crowrach Uchaf Barn is a stone-built, standalone barn conversion resting in the countryside of the Llyn Peninsula in Bwlchtocyn near Abersoch, Gwynedd.
This wonderful domicile is a perfect hideaway for a family of nine, located within easy distance of the peninsula's southern coast and boasting views of the sea from its shared gardens.
When you arrive, you'll be thrilled to see plenty of off-road parking, as well as capacity for boat parking, allowing you to bring your own sailing equipment.
As you enter this wonderful home, you'll see stone floors and old barn elements peppered throughout, complementing the tasteful decor.
Progress to the sitting room, where a woodburning stove will keep you toasty while you cuddle up on the plush sofa and watch a Freeview show on the TV.
Make your way to the galley kitchen after much-needed relaxation and quality time, where the designated chef of the party can enjoy rustling up mouthwatering meals with the range cooker's electric double ovens; proceed outside to discover a utility with washing facilities and a freezer for additional food storage space.
When supper is ready, gather in the dining room and tuck into a delectable meal; the room features a charming mezzanine area accessible by a ladder.
As the day gives way to night, retire to one of the three delightful bedrooms, two of which are located on the ground floor and include a king-size room and a family room with a double and bunk bed; head upstairs to locate the twin room which offers an optional third single and is ideal for the children of the group.
Two bathrooms on the ground floor, a shower room and a bathroom with a separate bath and walk-in shower, complete the property's interior. The barn also has access to large, communal gardens, where you can stretch your legs and enjoy alfresco dinners while taking in the stunning sea views.
Get to know the area by visiting Machroes Beach or Traeth Porth Ceiriad, followed by a visit to the local farm shop for some fresh produce and local wares.
Spend some time at Abersoch, where you'll find plenty of activities, including a renowned golf club, two lovely beaches with sailing schools and surfboard rentals, and access to the Llyn Coastal Path.
Continue along the coast, either by foot or by vehicle, to the welcoming community of Llanbedrog, where you can explore its intriguing art gallery, sunbathe on the village's golden sands, or trek over the neighbouring headland.
Visit the extensive beach of Hell's Mouth before exploring the wonderful National Trust property of Plas yn Rhiw for an afternoon full of history and beautiful scenery.
From picture-perfect communities like Pwllheli and Aberdaron to outdoor activities like trekking along Mynydd Mawr and horseback riding through Cilan Uchaf, the Llyn peninsula is jam-packed with things to see and do.
Crowrach Uchaf Barn is a great place to stay all year.
Note: This property can be booked with Ref. 1088247, together sleeping up to 17 guests.