Awel Y Mor, a lovely end-terrace cottage in Criccieth, Gwynedd, is located in the heart of the town.
The cottage is a great hideaway for a family or group of six, with fantastic amenities, beautiful beaches and historic Welsh villages right on your doorstep.
On-street parking is provided in front of the house to quickly unpack and step inside to find charming surprises.
Enter the cottage to find a large living/dinning room with lovely rustic characteristics such as an exposed stone wall and wooden furnishings, as well as a woodburning stove for colder evenings, dining for six, two cushioned sofas and a smart TV with Netflix.
The cottage is well equipped for a self catering for up to 6 people, with a galley kitchen with a 4 ring gas hob, separate electric oven and grill, micro wave, toaster, fridge freezer, dishwasher and washing machine.
Prepare a healthy breakfast before touring the Llŷn Peninsula and end the day with your family's favourite home-cooked meal.
There is a charming rear snug sitting room at the back of the house with a further exposed stone wall and a Freeview TV with large windows overlooking the bay and the castle, ideal for younger guests or those seeking a quieter respite.
Awel y Mor has three bedrooms, including a king sized bed, a twin bedroom and bunk beds, to rest up before the day's adventures.
There is a convenient ground floor wet room and a spacious family bathroom upstairs with access to the large decked terrace.
Outside the property there is a patio area with a BBQ and a space to store bikes, dirty boots, body/surf boards.
A spiral staircase leads directly to the large terrace which is decked and surrounded by glass panelling for alfresco dining, there are also sun loungers so the sea and castle views can be enjoyed.
While you gather around the outdoor seats or relax on the sun loungers with a good book, take in the dazzling sea views and lively bay, as well as Criccieth's majestic hilltop Castle.
You'll be in the heart of Criccieth, near to a variety of amenities and attractions; dine in a traditional Welsh pub, grab takeaway fish and chips before heading to the sandy beaches, or climb the hill for a better view of the magnificent Criccieth Castle.
If you want to see more of this gorgeous part of Wales, head east to Porthmadog, a prominent coastal town with three scenic train routes connecting guests to Caernarfon and Blaenau Ffestiniog, or trek across The Cob, a well-loved path with stunning views of the sea.
Make a point of visiting nearby Portmeirion, a delightful Italian-style village created and developed by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, complete with unique architecture, woodland walks, and charming shops and cafés.
Along the Llŷn Peninsula, a variety of coastal paths with breath-taking views and wildlife, as well as watersports and numerous historic sites, are all within easy reach; drive to the vibrant village of Abersoch, where sandy beaches, perfect waves for surfing, and seafront cafés await for a fantastic day along the Welsh coast.
Awel Y Mor is the place to go if you want to see the best of North Wales.