Abersoch 1.5 miles.
Machroes Cottage is a stunning detached bungalow in Bwlchtocyn, North Wales, with views of the sea, Tremadog Bay, and Snowdonia.
This idyllic home-from-home is idyllically situated in an elevated position, just a stone's throw away from Machroes Beach, and is excellent for a family of six looking to enjoy a seaside holiday.
When you arrive at the property, you'll be pleased to see two off-road parking spaces that can also accommodate boats for added convenience.
Inside, you'll find a light and airy sunroom with wicker chairs where you can curl up and enjoy a cup of tea.
The convenient utility is located just off the sunroom, where you can wash any sandy clothes or store your wetsuits.
The large living/dining area has a coastal colour palette and plenty of soft couches for you and your family to relax on while watching a movie marathon; ignite the multi-fuel stove to warm up the space.
Enter the magnificent kitchen, which has been renovated to an excellent standard and contains shaker-style cabinetry, granite worktops, and top-of-the-line appliances allowing the group's foodie to quickly prepare wonderful delicacies.
Dinner can be served in the living/dining room or, if the weather permits, on the elevated side decking, where you can take in the views of the beach.
When it's time to sleep, make your way through the home to find three welcome bedrooms, including a charming king-size with pastel finishes, access to an outdoor area, and its own en-suite shower room, as well as a king-size with great décor and sea views, and a delightful twin.
After a long day, have a peaceful dip in the shared bathroom, which features a bath with shower above it.
Make the most of the home's beautiful outside spaces, which include a back patio with a large corner sofa and barbeque where you can enjoy grilled treats, as well as a front lawn and a back lawn that are ideal for outdoor sports with the kids.
Machroes Beach, which backs onto the Abersoch Golf Club and merges with Abersoch Main Beach, has access to the Lln Coastal Path, a picnic area, and nearby tearooms at Mickey's Boatyard; the beach also backs onto the Abersoch Golf Club and merges with Abersoch Main Beach, which has access to a Yacht Club.
Continue to Abersoch, where you'll find all of your utilities in one place, including a superb selection of eateries and independent shops, as well as the Harbour Beach, where you can sail or surf in Abersoch's waters.
Llanbedrog is a delightful day trip, including tours of the majestic Gothic Manor of Plas Glyn-y-Weddw, which includes an art gallery and café, as well as a renowned beach and a variety of welcoming eateries, including the Glyn Y Weddw Arms.
Why not try your hand at fishing on the Jenny II, where you may cast your line against the backdrop of Snowdonia and the St Tudwals Islands, or head to Porth Meudwy and take a boat excursion to Bardsey Island?
Choose the charming Machroes Cottage for your next staycation because there is so much to see and do on the Lln Peninsula.