Turn Pike Lodge is a family-friendly property in a rural environment, located in Rhos-fawr near Pwllheli on the magnificent Llŷn Peninsula.
There are three bedrooms, that accommodates up to six people, with one bed that can be removed to make room for a travel cot, allowing flexible sleeping to suit all families!
Enjoy a stress-free arrival owing to the private parking for two cars and take in your peaceful, rural surroundings.
Set the dining table for four people while the family chef prepares a delicious supper in the well-equipped kitchen area, which includes a gas oven and hob and ample storage.
In the sitting room, there are enough cushioned seats to snuggle up and enjoy your favourite shows on the Freeview TV.
But why stay indoors when Turn Pike Lodge is located in such a beautiful setting?
Lunch can be served outside in the sun at the outdoor seating area with furniture for up to eight people and the kids can play safely in the enclosed garden.
As the sun sets, retire to one of three well-appointed bedrooms, one double and two snug twins.
Before exploring the wonderous Llŷn Peninsula, kick-start your day in the shower room with a hot rinse in the walk-in shower.
The small settlement of Llithfaen, one of the highest on the peninsula, sits on the slopes of the Yr Eifl mountain range and offers some of the greatest views in the area!
The Welsh Language and Tradition Centre and restaurant, located just up the road in Nant Gwrtheyrn, which also has a pebble beach, is a great place to enjoy a well-deserved drink and soak up Welsh heritage.
Families exploring the great outdoors will find plenty of hikes, coastal pathways, and walking trails, as well as Glasfryn Parc, which offers a variety of outdoor activities for the whole family.
Pack your towels and travel a short drive to Nefyn, a picturesque coastal town with a sandy beach for building sand castles or simply resting to the sound of the waves.
The beautiful village of Abersoch is just south of the lodge; wander down to the coast to find two excellent beaches, Abersoch Harbour Beach and Abersoch Main Beach, as well as an award-winning golf club, Abersoch Golf Club.
The Llyn Coastal Path leads to three additional spectacular beaches, including Machroes and Hells Mouth, as well as the Cilan Headland, where you can take in the panoramic sea views or join the Cilan Riding Centre for a day of horseback riding among the coastal countryside.
A short drive will take you to Pwllheli town centre, boasting a wide selection of shops, supermarkets, pubs, restaurants and cafés to keep you well fed and entertained during your stay.
Explore the local area and spend your days next to the glistening waters at the relaxing sandy beach, vibrant marina with watersports, or hop on an inspiring coastal cruise around Cardigan Bay and the Irish Sea where you might spot unique sea life.
Spend a day out at the harbour town of Abersoch with even more glorious beaches and watersports, or immerse yourself in culture at Criccieth nearby, boasting its very own medieval castle.
Venture out to the exceptional Snowdonia National Park where you'll find expansive walking trails, challenging cycling routes, and steep hikes up the renowned Mount Snowdon, or visit Zip World Slate Caverns for a truly unique experience in underground caves.Other bustling destinations nearby include the colourful Italianate-style village of Portmeirion and the exciting coastal town of Porthmadog.
Bring your family to Turn Pike Lodge for an unforgettable vacation!