Situated in a peaceful location near the beautiful river Dwyfor which is the also the resting place of the famous David Lloyd George, this delightful stone cottage provides a wonderful base for those looking to explore the thriving coastline and nearby Snowdonia National Park.
Resting in the pretty village of Llanystumdwy, less than two miles from Criccieth, this property has bags of character throughout, including the stone, inglenook fireplace housing a woodburning stove.
Curl up with your loved ones in the spacious sitting room, with plenty of furniture to unwind and catch up with your favourite shows.
The kitchen has all modern fittings, with a selection of appliances so you can easily rustle up a delicious meal or a hearty breakfast to be enjoyed at the small breakfast bar, whilst the dining area provides ample space for family gatherings.
Delight in the three first floor bedrooms, two of which are king-size and one single, ideal for friends or families, and served by a family bathroom with quality fixtures and fittings.
Step out to the enclosed garden, with lawn, patio and decking areas, where you can sit out with a refreshing beverage, whilst your little ones run freely in the enclosed space.
Venture towards the wonderfully historic Criccieth Castle, a native Welsh castle situated between two beaches, with a twin-towered gatehouse.
Black Rock Sands Beach is less than two miles from the property and is the perfect spot for sunbathing, swimming, surfing, or a number of other watersporting activities.
Dwyfor Rabbit Farm is within easy reach and boasts a range of farm animals, which your little ones will delight in getting to pet the animals.
Spend an afternoon at the Dragon Raiders Activity Park, based in the heart of the North Wales landscape, with plenty of activities to get involved with, some of which include quad biking, paintballing and segwaying.
Celynfa is the ultimate choice for families looking for a remote break to the heart of Wales.