Located on the western border of Abersoch, Gilfach is a lovely, secluded cottage.
Enjoying stunning views of the St Tudwals Islands and ideally situated to take advantage of everything the Llyn Peninsula has to offer, Gilfach is an ideal base for a family trip to Abersoch.
There is adequate off-street parking for three cars and a boat at the house, so you can take advantage of the great sailing conditions in Abersoch.
A welcoming open-plan living area decorated in soothing blues and greens welcomes you at entry; remove your shoes and gather around the leather sofa to watch TV while listening to the crackle of a wood burning fireplace behind you in this cosy home away from home.
Indulge in your favourite DVD or Sky show in the spacious living room before moving into the unique kitchen, which features blue tiled walls and white fixtures, as well as an impressive array of integrated appliances.
Take advantage of the handy utility room which houses a washing machine, ideal for keeping your holiday wardrobe fresh!
When dinner is served, you can enjoy it at the breakfast bar or the colourful dining table, where you can open a bottle of bubbly to mark this fabulous coastal getaway.
Treat yourself to a soothing soak in the bath in the elegant ground-floor bathroom, before choosing from one of four bedrooms to catch your rest in, a double and a single can be found on the ground-floor, as well as double and a twin room with connecting door on the first floor, both of which are served by a shower room.
There is also a first-floor snug with beanbags, a TV, and a collection of books and games for guests to enjoy.
On warmer days why not enjoy a picnic in the back garden while the kids and pets play on the enormous lawn?
The Vaynol Pub and Fresh Bar & Grill, as well as the well-stocked convenience stores, are both within easy walking distance of the centre of Abersoch.
The village also has two wonderful beaches, one of which is the Abersoch Harbour Beach, where you can relax while watching the boats sail out to sea or set sail yourself if you've brought a boat!
The Llanbedrog Headland Circular Walk is a great way to see the area's clifftop, forest, and heathland landscape; afterward, treat yourself with a visit to Plas Glyn y Weddw Gallery, which features modern art and a cafe, or a rest on the village's popular beach.
In Pwllheli, you may take in the Marina and sailing event area, play golf at Llin Golf or Pwllheli Golf Club, and end the day with a supper at the gastropub Whitehall.
The Llin Peninsula offers a wide range of activities, such as walking the Coastal Paths, birdwatching at Mynydd, biking the numerous cycleways, and more.