Tremadog, a village just a mile from the harbour town of Porthmadog in North-West Wales, is home to 17 Dublin Street, a quaint mid-terrace cottage.
Suitable for a small family, couples or friends looking for a quiet getaway, this property boasts history and character.
Note the traditional style of the house, modest and charming, before entering and stepping into the sitting room with it's Smart TV and leather sofas.
The wood burning stove, a great feature for chilly evenings, sits within a stone fireplace in the middle of the room.
At the back of the house, you'll find a spacious kitchen/diner, a homely room with rich olive green walls against bright white tiles, where you can sit around the wooden dining table to enjoy a delicious meal.
Accessed via a back door or from the kitchen, the back porch has enough space to store bikes, so you can explore the area on two wheels.
Moving upstairs, you'll find two bedrooms, a king size and twin, both spacious with ample storage, whilst the delightful bathroom contains a bath with shower over.
Tremadog is a pretty village, and you can step out the door, and in minutes, be sat with a drink in hand in one of the lovely pubs, or why not grab some fish and chips from the shop to enjoy at the cottage with your loved ones.
Porthmadog also has lots to offer in the form of activities.
Just a mile away, you can walk into the harbour town to discover the local shops and eating places, or why not visit the Maritime Museum, where you can learn about the town's rich history, and how it was once an extremely busy international port shipping slate all around the world.
Take a ride on one of Porthmadog's three steam railway lines, taking in the wonderful scenery to the end of the line, or maybe, hopping off to take a walk in the gorgeous Snowdonia National Park, before returning back to your home-from-home.
17 Dublin Street will be a lovely getaway for you and your loved ones in this gorgeous part of North Wales.