Abersoch 1.9 miles.
Tyn Don is a magnificent detached holiday property sitting practically on the dunes of Porth Neigwl and on the outskirts of the small village of Llanengan in North Wales.
With eight well-appointed bedrooms and spectacular views of the coastline, Tyn Don is an ideal retreat for both families and groups of friends.
Begin the process of unloading your belongings and settling into your new residence by parking in the spacious driveway snuggled beneath this magnificent property.
Remove your shoes and outerwear as you enter into the house and follow the hallway to the inviting sitting area, where you may unwind following a day of adventure by putting your feet up and watching your favourite show on the TV.
Moving further into the holiday home, explore the open-plan kitchen/dining area, which is tastefully furnished with black, glistening cupboards containing an assortment of useful gadgets.
With a bottle of wine in hand, sit down with your loved ones at one of two tables, or have a dinner in the garden if the weather permits.
As the evening grows darker, retreat to one of eight well-appointed bedrooms to catch your rest, with a king-size settled on the ground floor with a convenient wet room nearby for guests who have limited mobility.
Climbing the stairs to the first floor reveals three further bedrooms, a king-size and two doubles, with three twins and a king-size tucked beneath the second floor's slanted ceilings; two shower rooms and a bathroom service the bedrooms, ensuring no morning queues.
Porth Neigwl, a four-mile stretch of golden sands, is just a short walk away from your doorstep, making it the ideal location for soaking up the sun or paddling the shoreline on a lazy afternoon.
At the end of an action-packed day, head to The Sun Inn, the local pub, for a hearty home-cooked supper or to cool off with a refreshing pint of real ale, or if you prefer to eat at home, fill up on fresh, local produce at the nearby farm shop.
A host of local amenities can be found a short distance away in Abersoch, a well-known village with a variety of cafes, pubs, and restaurants, sure to serve something to suit all tastes and budgets.
The beach here is decked with colourful huts; try your hand at surfing or sailing with the help of local instructors.
Venture further afield and explore the varying landscapes of Snowdonia National Park, where a visit would not be complete without a tour of Mount Snowdon, Wales' tallest peak, or Zip World Llechwedd, a cavern hidden deep below North Wales.
Escape to the coast with an unforgettable retreat to Tyn Don.