Boasting fantastic sea views and plenty of home comforts is this attractive, ground-floor apartment, Dubrovnik.
Suited to couples, friends and families, this delightful dwelling rests in the charming town of Criccieth, Gwynedd, with plenty of activities and sights to see throughout your stay.
On arrival at the apartment, park your car on the drive, take in the amazing views and begin a peaceful break.
Enter into the property via a useful hallway and head straight to the kitchen to find all the necessary appliances you may need to rustle up a delicious dinner for your loved ones, including an electric oven and hob and a handy microwave with grill.
Enjoy a glass of wine and a tasty dinner at the dining table after a full day of adventures and discuss the activities for the rest of your stay.
From here, take advantage of the utility room, home to a washing machine and ironing facilities, so you can freshen up your clothes and towels after a sandy day at the beach.
Back through the hallway and the sitting room awaits you with its wall to wall window offering panoramic views of the bay and coastline.
A sofa with reclining seats, 2 arm chairs, and a feature fireplace with electric wood effect stove provide a comfortable setting for you to unwind with a film or your favourite programme on the Smart TV.
When sleep calls, choose from two bedrooms, a king-size and a twin, each benefiting from storage for your belongings; the king-size room offers stunning sea views, whilst the twin room hosts zip and link beds for a flexible sleeping arrangement.
Completing the interior of the apartment is a bathroom and a separate WC, where you can freshen up and prepare for the day's activities.
Spend the warmer mornings admiring the sea views from the patio with a hot cup of coffee, before setting off to explore the area for the day.
If you don't fancy cooking one evening, why not try some local fresh seafood at the nearby Dylan's Criccieth, or perhaps, treat yourself to some traditional fish and chips at home.
From the property you can see the dramatic Criccieth Castle, resting atop a rocky headland between two beaches; why not spend an afternoon visiting the castle up close and learn about Llywelyn the Great, the native Welsh prince who built the castle?
Just a short car journey away is Black Rock Sands, a magnificent open, wide beach with fine sand, a great day out for both relaxing and exploring.
Another short drive will take you to the beautiful Italianate village of Portmeirion.
This glorious village is home to colourful buildings and quaint shops, making for a lovely day out at any age.
Alternatively, why not take a trip on the Welsh Highland or Ffestiniog Railway, both departing from Porthmadog, a treat for all steam train enthusiasts.
Nearby, is the tremendous Snowdonia National Park, boasting the highest mountain and the largest natural lake in Wales, as well as, a wealth of picturesque villages like Betws y Coed and Beddgelert, home to Gelert's grave, a monument to a legendary dog.
The park is a haven for walkers, cyclists, and the more energetic amongst you, with its vast and varying terrains to explore and vistas not to be missed!
Treat your loved ones to a memorable holiday at Dubrovnik.