Sarn Meyllteyrn 1.2 miles.
This beautiful, detached cottage of Ysgoldy is tucked away in the hamlet of Bryncroes on the picturesque Llŷn Peninsula.
This historic property, which dates back to 1830 and was once a school, has been meticulously refurbished into a family vacation home for six people, integrating its original character with contemporary touches.
Ysgoldy is located in a remote area with lovely, rural surroundings and off-road parking for three cars.
The vaulted ceiling, oak flooring, and exposed oak beams of the sitting room will take your breath away; start the large woodburning stove and snuggle up in front of the Smart TV, or take a good book up to the mezzanine area with extra seats!
Move through the home to the well-equipped kitchen/diner, which features a breakfast bar for four people, providing a pleasant spot to keep the cook company while they prepare a delicious meal.
If you're celebrating a special occasion, be sure to warm up the formal dining room with the woodburning stove located in an attractive, exposed stone inglenook before supper.
A contemporary, tiled bathroom with a bath and separate walk-in shower completes the ground level and suits all guests.
Make yourself at home in one of Ysgoldy's three tastefully appointed bedrooms: a double and single with truckle under are located up the stairs from the dining room, while another double is located on the mezzanine floor above the sitting room, with exposed oak beams, sloped ceilings, and built-in storage.
Spend summer days in your own spacious, private garden, complete with picnic areas, flowers and trees, and a peaceful stream, while in the evening, lights guide you to the patio area for alfresco dining and stargazing in the bubbling hot tub!
If you can tear yourself away from Ysgoldy, the village of Sarn Meyllteyrn is nearby, with a village shop and two traditional Welsh inns, Tafarn Pen-y-bont and T Newydd Sarn.
Pack your towels, buckets, and spades for a day on the sands of Traeth Penllech, or spend the day in Abersoch, a vibrant village just a short drive away.
Surfing, the Abersoch Golf Club, coastal cafés, and a variety of watersports are all popular in this picturesque seaside village.
Porth Neigwl, a wide sandy beach, the 16th-century house of Plas yn Rhiw, and the mediaeval settlement of Aberdaron are all located at the end of the Llŷn Peninsula; pick up delightful goodies from a traditional Welsh bakery in Aberdaron before beginning a coastal walk for breathtaking sea views.
Pwllheli is another must-see for ice cream strolls along the waterfront or stopping for fish and chips on Traeth Marian-y-de.
Glasfryn Parc, which offers both indoor and outdoor activities for the whole family, is close by for those seeking additional outdoor adventures.
Gather your loved ones for a wonderful holiday in Ysgoldy, a sought-after location for the best of countryside and coast.