This pretty mid-terrace cottage set in an elevated position in the village of Llithfaen, offers fantastic views of the Llyn Peninsula and beyond.
Cam Cyntaf Cottage is ideal for a family of four or a couple seeking a North Wales retreat.
Boasting traditional style and retaining its original features, this Welsh cottage of stone, slate and white wash render, is perfectly placed for a relaxing break or a more active holiday with a choice of outdoor pursuits nearby.
Following a busy day, head into the charming well equipped kitchen with its wooden dining table, chairs and red tile floors to prepare a tasty evening meal, before retiring to the sitting room with its original beams and inglenook fireplace.
Here, you can enjoy a relaxing evening in front of the wood burning stove, a welcome addition on a chilly evening, to watch a DVD or your favourite programme.
Freshen up, before or after a fun filled day, in the contemporary ground floor shower room, featuring a walk-in shower, basin, WC and heated towel rail.
At the end of the day, climb the stairs to one of the charming bedrooms, a lovely twin room with uninterrupted views over farmland towards Yr Eifl mountain range, which is perfect for children, and a double room, again with views of the surrounding countryside from the picture window at the foot of the bed.
In warmer months, spend time out in the pretty front garden, with its lawned area, patio and seating to enjoy your morning coffee or alfresco meal.
Llithfaen is a lovely location for a relaxing escape, being a small, quiet village, but still home to a local pub and shop, ensuring you have all the essentials you need on your doorstep.
Explore Tre Ceiri with its Iron Age fort at the summit and far-reaching views over the beautiful Llyn Peninsula and Snowdonia mountain range in the distance.
Visit the Llyn Peninsula's many beaches for a day of sunbathing and paddling, including Nefyn Beach, offering clear blue waters and sandy shores, the golden sands of Abersoch, and the longer stretches of Porth Neigwl and Aberdaron.
Walkers can delight in exploring the peninsula on foot along the coastal path, while cyclists are sure to enjoy the quiet country roads and fabulous scenery accompanying them.
Visit the town of Pwllheli, with it's array of shops, restaurants and pubs, to see the impressive marina and catch sight of the boats in the fantastic sailing waters.
Keen golfers won't want to miss the opportunity of playing a round at Nefyn Golf Club, renowned for its excellent course and idyllic coastal views from the green.
Whatever you choose to do, Cam Cyntaf Cottage will make a delightful home from home for your stay on the Llyn Peninsula.