This charming, terraced cottage is located in the heart of Criccieth, Gwynedd.
A relaxing retreat, that's great for a family or group of four exploring a wonderful region of Wales, Casula has easy access to the beach, Snowdonia National Park, and the Llŷn Peninsula.
Park up on the roadside in front, before stepping inside this wonderful property with space to kick off your shoes and settle in.
Locate the kitchen/dining area and stock up the cabinets in preparation to rustle up your best home-cooked meals by utilising the electric oven, gas hob, and microwave.
Set a table for four or take your meal out into the multi-level garden, which features outdoor seating and lots of lawn space for picnics.
This private little sanctuary also has a shelter for storing your bikes and walking gear.
As the evening progresses, snuggle into the two cushioned sofas and host a movie marathon on the Smart TV; the wood burning stove is perfect for added ambience on those cooler nights!
Sandy towels and bathing suits can be easily washed in the utility, which also has a dishwasher and freezer, ready for tomorrow's adventures.
Upstairs, the family bathroom has a bath, shower over, and heated rail to keep your towel fluffy and toasty before bed.
The first bedroom is a snug twin with plenty of storage, while the second is a spacious double with a TV for morning shows and views of the sea and Criccieth Castle!
This historic monument, with its stunning hilltop remains overlooking the sea, is only a short walk away, and the town itself has a variety of shops, antique stores, and cafes, including Dylan's famed seafood restaurant.
Criccieth is a popular destination for watersports enthusiasts, with two beaches and plenty of coastal trails to cycle or walk along in an area famed for its breath-taking views.
On your route to Porthmadog, stop by Black Rock Sands with its huge, sandy beach; learn about local history at the Maritime Museum, wander along the harbour, or for steam train enthusiasts, why not hop on the Ffestiniog or Welsh Highland Railways, which travel through scenic countryside and woodlands, providing an exciting train ride for the whole family!
The classic Italianate-style village of Portmeirion is also close by, where you can appreciate the unique architecture, stop in a charming tearoom, or stroll around the adjacent woodland and grounds.
If you're looking for excitement, Snowdonia National Park with its mountain climbs, Zip World Llechwedd, and an abundance of nature reserves for animal lovers, is conveniently accessible from Casula.
Explore more of the stunning Llŷn Peninsula, where towns like Pwllheli, Abersoch, and Aberdaron are ideal for coastal walks, watersports, or simply relaxing along the stunning coastline.
For your next family trip in North Wales, gather your loved ones in Casula.