In an endearing location on the outskirts of Criccieth is this intimate romantic retreat, perfect for a couple looking to escape to a rural setting.
Ty Gwenno is a self-contained cottage attached to the owner's country house, filled with character and dating back 600 years.
You are welcomed by a private white kitchen garden, a charming space where you can spend the summer months dining alfresco with a drink in hand, or sipping on your morning coffee, as you take in your tranquil surroundings.
As you walk through the front door, be delighted by the intimate open-plan living space, a welcoming room where you can spend quiet evenings together, admiring the high ceilings, exposed beams and original walling.
Throw a log on the wood burning stove and curl up with a good book on the peaceful window seat, or grab a blanket and cuddle up for a Friday film night in front of the TV which benefits from Freeview.
Beyond here is a fantastic kitchen, equipped with everything needed for your self-catered stay, including a gas oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, and a utility resting behind with a handy washing machine.
Settle down for a romantic meal at the dining table, catching up on the day you've had over a bottle of wine, toasting to a wonderful holiday together.
Also on the ground floor is a sleek shower room, a perfect space to prepare for your day as you relax under the hot water from the walk-in shower.
Drift off to a night's refreshing sleep in the mezzanine sleeping area where you'll find an inviting king-size bed resting beneath sloped ceilings, A-frame beams, and antique décor, overlooking the lounge from a rustic balcony.
Venture into the local town of Criccieth over two miles away, home to a plethora of shops, convenience stores, pubs, restaurants, and bars, as well as, a choice of two sensational beaches for you to unwind during a classic day at the seaside.
The area boasts an array of interesting attractions such as Afon Dwyfor, Criccieth Castle, and a bustling promenade for you to explore, whilst the nearby town of Porthmadog hosts the inspiring Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railway, stretching for 40 miles with picturesque views of the Snowdonia National Park.
Other attractions in Porthmadog include the Maritime Museum, Black Rock Llamas, and a beautiful harbour where you can sip on a refreshing pint of ale as you look out towards the sailing boats.
Find adventure at the Snowdonia National Park, where the energetic can enjoy thrilling adventure among the high peaks, hiking trails, leisurely rambles, cycling, and a number of outdoor activities to discover.
Venture out to Pwllheli for a day of sailing, or over to Portmeirion where you can admire the unique Italianate architecture and Riviera inspired amenities.
Enrich your experience at the incredibly Zip World Slate Caverns, here you can try your luck caving, get an adrenaline rush as you fly through caverns on the adventure zip line, or bounce high on trampolines in this unique setting.
For a romantic escape to North Wales, Ty Gwenno is the right choice.