Criccieth 1.7 miles.
Gyda'r Llif is a charming stone-fronted terrace cottage resting in the small village of Llanystumdwy near to the popular seaside town of Criccieth.
Set over two floors and sleeping up to four guests, Gyda'r Llif, set on the Welsh Coastal Path alongside the banks of the stunning Afon Dwyfor is the ideal tourist base for exploring Llanystumdwy and beyond, with the Snowdonia National Park and the port town of Porthmadog easily accessible.
Pulling up outside the property you can select your parking spot just on the roadside outside of the cottage.
Look forward to unwinding in front of the woodburning stove with a glass of wine and your favourite TV show in the beautifully rustic sitting room, with traditional wooden beams and exposed stonework.
Whip up delicious treats in the fully functioning kitchen for your group, which has a handy dishwasher which they can load in turn for your cooking!
Settle down around the dining table to tuck into a delicious meal and make exciting plans for the days ahead.
When the night draws to a close, guests can climb the stairs where they will discover two bedrooms, the first being a king room where you can fall asleep to the tranquil flow of the Afon Dwyfor, and the other a twin with relaxing blue décor reflecting the towns coastal surroundings.
Guests will benefit from the modern shower room on this floor, where they can enjoy freshening up after a long day of exploring.
Treat your family to an alfresco breakfast on the delightful patio area outside as the children play, and your canine companion stretches their legs beside you.
Gyda'r Llif offers it’s guests a host of amenities and things to do right on their very doorstep in the small village of Llanystumdwy, from glorious walks alongside the Afon Dwyfor, sampling delicious Welsh beers at the Tafarn Y Plu, setting out for an action packed day at the Dragon Raiders Activity Park where you can choose from paintballing, Segway’s and quad biking, or treating the children to a visit to Rabbit Farm where they can meet the local animals.
In Criccieth a visit to the remarkable 13th century castle is a must, with its superb views overlooking the town, Tremadog Bay and the Snowdonia mountains.
Take a short drive to the charming coastal town of Porthmadog, home to all the amenities you could need during your visit and a picturesque harbour.
Make sure to make a stop at the Welsh Highland Heritage Railway, where you can take a short train ride out.
Further afield, you will find the splendid Italian village of Portmeirion, known for its vibrant architecture, Italianate gardens, and impressive coastal views.
Gyda'r Llif is a great base for walkers and those whish to explore the great outdoors, it's location offers limitless walks right from the doorstep.
For the perfect opportunity to explore all North Wales has to offer in a relaxing setting, choose Gyda'r Llif!