Ty Croes, a charming early 1800s cottage nestled in the picturesque hills of the Llyn Peninsula, has been lovingly restored.
The first-floor balcony of this cottage provides stunning views of the surrounding countryside, while the town of Pwllheli and Caernarfon are both within a short distance.
There is a delightful sitting area with a Smart TV and a soft corner sofa where you may unwind after a long day of seeing the countryside.
It's the perfect place to start your day with a cup of coffee on the balcony and gaze out across the Welsh countryside!
Kitchen facilities include an electric oven, cooktop, and dishwasher for cooking and cleaning up in the ground-floor dining area While the woodburning stove creates a cosy atmosphere in the dining room, you can plan your day over breakfast.
A modern bathroom completes the ground level, allowing the party to rehydrate in between activities.
As the night draws to a close, travel back upstairs to your room where you can choose between a double or a twin.
There are a variety of outdoor activities available in Snowdonia Attractions, including climbing and abseiling, if you can tear yourself away from this cosy cabin.
Snowden, Wales and England's tallest mountain, may be conquered in the Snowdonia National Park if you're up for the challenge.
Plas yn Rhiw, a lovely manor house with a picture-perfect ornamental garden and stunning vistas, is just a short drive away.
Nant Gwrtheyrn, a Victorian-era former quarrying community now home to the National Welsh Language and Heritage Centre and a charming café, is just a picturesque drive away from the cottage and well-known for its pride in its culture.
Portmeirion, a popular tourist destination further out, is famed for its Italian-style architecture and a plethora of charming shops and cafés perfect for fueling your adventures.
It doesn't matter what the weather is like when you come to Ty Croes for a vacation in Wales.