Nestled in the quaint Welsh village of Trefor in Gwynedd, is this superb semi-detached house, Mor a Mynydd.
Enjoying a wonderful coastal location with easy access to the Snowdonia National Park, Mor a Mynydd is a fantastic family-friendly dwelling for six to explore the beauty of North Wales.
Park-up in one of two off-road parking spaces, before stepping into the sitting room where you can kick-back and relax in front of the Smart TV after your journey, as the woodburning stove crackles nearby.
If the little ones fancy reign over the TV, they can enjoy their shows in the conservatory with its own TV, so there will be no fighting for the remote!
Mouth-watering meals can be rustled up in the fully-equipped kitchen/diner, featuring a handy dishwasher, ready to be enjoyed at the dining table for six.
Just off the kitchen, you will find a handy utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer and a ground-floor shower room, perfect for washing off sandy toes.
Climb the stairs up to the first floor, where you can choose from three well-appointed bedrooms, two doubles and a twin.
Wake-up tired eyes with a refreshing shower or soak in the bath, before savouring your morning coffee out in the enclosed garden, as the children enjoy the delights of the climbing frame.
Explore the local village, which is surrounded by mountains, where you will find a well-stocked convenience store for stocking up on any last-minute essentials.
Venture down to the beach which rests on the north coast of the Llyn Peninsula, here you can soak up the harbour views with a stroll along the breakwater pier or beachcombe the sheltered sandy beach, keen walkers can also join the Wales Coastal Path from here, which offers some of the best views and scenery in the area.
Be sure to hike up the imposing Yr Eifl where you will find the Iron Age Hill Fort of Tre’r Ceiri, offering exceptional views at its top.
Head to the small town of Nefyn, home to its own two-mile stretch of sandy beach as well as the Llyn Maritime Museum housed in a church and an award-winning golf club, sure to entice any keen putters.
Explore the coast where you will find the popular destinations of Abersoch, Pwhelli and Cricceth where you can sample fresh seafood or try your hand at a wealth of watersports and fishing, or if that isn’t your thing, venture into the Snowdonia National Park where you can climb the famous Snowdon Peak, head underground at Zip World, or visit the World Heritage Site of Dinorwic Quarry.
An unforgettable family-friendly holiday awaits at Mor a Mynydd.