Congl Cae is a magnificent white-washed detached home on the Llyn Peninsula, located in the tranquil settlement of Llangwnnadl near Aberdaron.
The family-friendly holiday accommodation sleeps ten people and is a great base for exploring North Wales' many attractions.
Unload your stuff, delight at the sea views, and head into the house after parking in the private spaces.
With an appealing blend of rustic and contemporary characteristics, the open-plan living room is the social core space of the house; sit on the plush sofas and armchairs to stream your favorite movie on the Smart TV as the woodburning fire quietly crackles near.
The group's chef may use the kitchen's wonderful utilities, such as an electric double oven and fridge/freezer to cook up scrumptious meals with.
Set a table for ten people to enjoy a meal and toast to your fantastic getaway with a bottle of your favourite wine.
Why not take advantage of the pure sea air with so much outside space?
Dine alfresco on the side patio with a BBQ, unwind in the hot tub with a pleasant stargaze, and enjoy a morning coffee in front of those coastal views.
As the night falls, enter to one of four delightful bedrooms with sufficient storage space and en-suite shower rooms; two king-size bedrooms, one of which has a Smart TV, provide en-suite shower rooms for further privacy, together with another king-size and a bunk for two younger visitors.
The beautiful annex which is attached to the main property and entered via an internal access, complete with a mezzanine double, sofa bed, en-suite shower room, and a games area with a pool table to challenge your family to a friendly competition, accommodates two more guests.
Congl Cae's main bathroom is a sleek, contemporary area to get ready for the day ahead, whether it's a soothing soak in the standalone tub or a hot rinse in the walk-in shower, all while your towel heats on the nearby rail.
If you can drag yourself away from this wonderful hideaway, pack your towels and walk to the sandy Porth Colomon beach, a lovely and isolated beach to wander along whatever the weather.
Pack your hiking boots and continue to down the Llyn Coastal Path just 0.75 miles away and provides easy access to explore this beautiful part of the coast.
Head for a day out with your loved ones, and stop for a picnic at Mynydd Mawr promontory overlooking Ynys Enlli, and explore the long sweeping beach on the southern side of the Llyn on Porth Niegwl Beach.
Spend the day in Abersoch, which has a lively main street with plenty of cafes and independent stores selling local crafts, as well as two beaches famed for surfing, swimming, and a range of water sports, and a village golf course where landlubbers can practise their swing.
Head towards Llanbedrog and enjoy a hike up to the Tin Man to see the outstanding views across the Peninsula.
A short drive to Morfa Nefyn will bring you to the renowned pub, Ty Coch Inn the famous beach bar situated on the north coast of the Llyn Peninsula!
Congl Cae is the perfect place to gather your loved ones for that perfect coastal getaway!