Resting in the stunning village of Tudweiliog, on the north coast of the Llyn Peninsula, is this ground-floor apartment, Glyndwr.
Sleeping up to six guests and within easy reach of the beach, Glyndwr is a charming setting for your next adventure to North Wales, within easy reach of Pwllheli and Abersoch.
On entering the property, there is a living/dining room where you can enjoy your favourite film whilst warming your toes by the electric fire, or gather round the dining room table and toast to a wonderful holiday.
Moving through the property there is also a kitchen where you can prepare the perfect picnic for your day at the beach, along with an adjoining utility room and a bathroom so you can wash those sandy feet before settling down for the evening.
To finish the ground-floor property, there are three bedrooms to escape to at the end of a long day; a sweet twin with a yellow theme and patio doors to the garden, a double with plenty of storage to make yourself feel at home and also patio doors out to the fresh air which is perfect for a morning coffee, and a further double with storage to unpack your personal belongings.
Outside there is two off-road parking spots, and an enclosed garden which is accessed via patio doors in two of the bedrooms, and boasts furniture to enjoy a spot of al fresco dining or an evening glass of wine in the fresh air.
Tudweiliog is a picturesque village lying on the north coast of the Llyn Peninsula Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which is known for its beautiful scenery and coastal walks.
The village is home to a pub called The Lion Inn, serving food and drink, and a Post Office which doubles as a shop for any essentials you need during your stay.
Just a few minutes away is the clean sand and waters of Porth Towyn beach, and further along the coastline is the larger beach of Traeth Penllech and the fishing hamlet of Porth Colmon.
You are within a short drive to the small town of Nefyn, which has a fish and chip shop, beach and a golf club, and also in driving distance to Castell Criccieth and the village of Abersoch with its popular beach and harbour.
If you're looking for a day out, then head to the south coast of the Llyn Peninsula to explore the market town of Pwllheli, which will spoil you for choice with bars, shops and eateries, and embrace the brilliant harbour.
Plas yn Rhiw is a National Trust 16th century manor house with gardens that look out on to the bay, and make for a great day out.
For a fabulous and breathtaking trip to North Wales, choose Glyndwr as your home-away-from-home.