A lovely cottage situated in a stunning coastal location near Porth Neigwl (Hell's Mouth) Beach in Llanengan and Abersoch, in the sought-after area of the Llyn Peninsula.
This charming apartment is great for a family beachside break, with access to a multitude of on-site facilities and situated just a stone's throw from Hells Mouth Beach.
Park in the shared parking and step into your new home-from-home.
The sitting area has plenty of seats for you to relax after a day of surfing and sailing, so you can enjoy cosy movie nights with your loved ones.
The kitchen has everything you need to prepare delicious meals to share with your group at the neighbouring dining table.
As the day comes to an end, tuck the kids into the twin room before retiring to the wonderful double, which has a handy basin so you can easily prepare for a day out.
The bedrooms share a tiled bathroom with a bath for you to relax in while reminiscing about your fantastic time.
The apartment not only has a community garden, but also access to a laundrette, Play Barn, badminton, and other amenities, allowing you to enjoy your holiday without having to travel far.
A short stroll will take you to Llanengan, where you may enjoy a delicious supper before beginning on a hike through the Hillfort or venturing down to Hells Mouth Beach, where coastal fun and the Llyn Coastal Path await.
Spend the day at Abersoch, where you can try your hand at surfing and sailing with Abersoch Sailing School, relax on Abersoch Main or Harbour Beach, and browse the local shops on the High Street for a keepsake of your wonderful break.
Further up the coast is the community of Llanbedrog, which has a renowned beach dotted with traditional beach huts, a gorgeous gallery called Plas Glyn y Weddw, and walking paths that wind through nature-rich heathland and woodland.
There is still so much to see on the Llyn Peninsula, from charming communities like Aberdaron and Pwllheli to ancient structures like the Tre'r Ceiri Hillfort and Castell Criccieth.
Oer is a lovely hideaway for a break in North Wales.