An incredibly attractive holiday home in a first-rate location for a coastal retreat, The Old Boat Store is a truly remarkable base for your family escape to North Wales.
An all-ground-floor apartment within walking distance of Morfa Nefyn's beautiful beach, and boasting a tasteful nautical theme, this delightful abode is one you're sure to want to return to.
Enter into the open-plan living space to discover all the fantastic amenities that the property has to offer; lounge on the plush leather sofa as the warmth of the electric fire fills the room and enjoy the splendid maritime decor, from the room's blue-striped armchairs to the remarkable art work on the walls.
Sit around the dining table together to discuss the day's adventures or plan the next day's activities, whilst the chef of the group makes the most of the marvellous range of appliances and utensils in the kitchen area to prepare a family-favourite feast in no time.
If you're seeking a quiet escape for yourself, take a seat in the reading area and delve into a good book for a couple of hours, or, for time together as a family, the Mediterranean-style garden makes a wonderful spot to enjoy a delicious barbecue as the sounds of the sea remind you of your wonderful location.
At the end of each day, choose from two beautiful bedrooms in which to rest your head, the master 'captain's' room is home to a double bed, with blue hues and stylish decor adding to the maritime theme of the property, whilst the 'crew' room consists of both adult bunks and a single bed, perfect for those travelling with a little one.
The local area of Morfa Nefyn boasts everything you could need for a self-catered stay; while away the hours with an indulgent lunch in one of the village's pubs, or pack up a picnic with some provisions from the local store and make your way down to the beach to spend an afternoon sandcastle building and sea splashing.
Enjoy a game of golf at the local club with it's 26 hole championship layout, tranquil setting and sea views from every tee.
Take a walk along the Llyn Coastal Path and marvel at the beauty of the sea from a different perspective, or amble along the beach to the Ty Coch Inn, voted one of the top ten beach bars in the world, where you can enjoy a coffee or refreshing drink.
For a more challenging ramble, venture into Snowdonia National Park and conquer the peak of Mount Snowdon with views well-worth the climb.
Alternatively, spend your time in the waters off Abersoch where you can find ample watersport opportunities such as surfing, sailing, body boarding and more!
The Italianate village of Portmeirion also makes for a popular day out with its amazing architecture, award-winning restaurants, rustic ice cream parlour and headland walks, or choose to simply spend time relaxing in your superb holiday home.
The Old Boat Store is the perfect place from which to explore the beauty of this idyllic part of Wales.