The Palms in Abersoch, North Wales, is a beautiful, dormer bungalow from which to explore the Llyn Peninsula.
For a group of nine or a family, The Palms is an ideal location for exploring Abersoch's attractions and the Llyn Coastal Path.
Off-road parking is available for up to four cars, or three cars if you're bringing a boat with you.
The property's living/dining area features a mocha, teal, and cream colour scheme, as well as plush seating in front of a television with Freeview, where you can relax and unwind in style.
When you start to feel peckish make your way through to the immaculate kitchen that's sure to please any budding chefs, with stylish metro tiling on the walls and white cupboards with granite-style countertops.
Dinner can be served in the dining room or outside after firing up the barbecue in the rear yard, which is a lovely place to eat when the weather is nice.
After a hearty meal, head upstairs to the snug to relax on a variety of beautiful, blue seating options while watching a film before bed; the snug's sofa also doubles as a double bed.
You will also find a double room on the first floor, with brightly coloured decor across the hall, making it a fantastic place for the kids, as well as a large en-suite bathroom.
As you return downstairs, you'll discover three additional bedrooms, the first of which is a king-size and has an en-suite cloakroom, as well as a well-presented double and a twin bedroom.
After a day of adventure and water sports, why not indulge in a blissful bubble bath in the well-appointed bathroom?
The property is completed with a utility room, where you may wash your clothes and hang your wetsuits for easy access.
At The Palms, you'll find yourself just a short walk from Abersoch High Street, where you can shop for souvenirs and eat at the local pubs and restaurants; you'll also be able to take in some of the area's best views from The Cove, where you'll be able to see the sunset over the St Tudwals Islands.
The Jenny II boat ride takes you to the islands where you can observe a range of aquatic fauna, from conger to dogfish; you can also board the boat from Traeth Porth Meudwy to Bardsey Island, where you can visit the attractions of the Ynys Enlli Lighthouse and Bardsey Bird Observatory.
To begin, you can relax on the beach at Aberdaron, which is just over the road from the Ship Hotel, where you can have a pint before heading to Mynydd Mawr and Porth Ysgo.
The towns of Llanengan, Llanbedrog, and Pwllheli — as well as many more — are within walking distance of the property and offer a wealth of family-friendly activities.
Be sure to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to see everything that Gwynedd has to offer.
For an unforgettable getaway to North Wales, choose The Palms.