Abersoch 1.6 miles.
Located in Bwlchtocyn near Abersoch, The Wheel Property is a quaint and detached house.
An eight-person group can enjoy a coastal getaway at the holiday home's elevated location with breath-taking views of Machroes Beach and the sea, as well as Tremadog Bay and Snowdonia in the distance.
There is plenty of off-road parking for up to four cars, so you can leave your vehicles there before entering the house and relaxing in the living room with your loved ones, as you enjoy your favourite series on the TV with Freeview or plan the days ahead as you take in the breath-taking views from the windows.
The group's chef has easy access to the kitchen, which is equipped with a dishwasher and a serving hatch so that delicious meals may be quickly delivered to the table.
All of your beach and golf gear can be stored in the garage, which is just off the kitchen and also has washing facilities so you can quickly clean any wet suits and sandy clothes.
There are five bedrooms in total, the first of which is a ground-floor twin room with plenty of storage and access to the front patio, as well as being near to a shower room for further convenience.
There are four other well-appointed bedrooms on the first floor, one of which is a king-size room with a private shower room; the other three are twin rooms, a single room with walk-in wardrobe, and a 2'6" single room with a TV, each served by a family bathroom where you can relax with a bubble bath after a long day of adventure.
With a raised patio, you and your family can fire up the barbecue and indulge in a spot of alfresco dining as your children run around on the expansive lawn in the back garden.
Take a stroll along the beach and visit the littletearooms @ Mickey's Boatyard for an indulgent treat, or stock up on supplies at the neighbouring Abersoch Farm Shop for a home-cooked meal.
At the end of Machroes Beach you'll find Abersoch Beach, where you can walk to the village's quaint shops and restaurants as well as the golf course, yacht club, and sailing school.
For a more up-to-date art experience, visit to Plas Glyn y Weddw Gallery, housed in a Gothic manor, or treat yourself to excellent dining at Tremfan Hall, head to Llanbedrog, accessible via the Llyn Coastal Path or automobile.
Uwchmynydd or Porth Meudwy, where the Bardsey Bird Observatory can be found, are good options for those looking for more beautiful vistas.
If you're feeling adventurous, try go-karting at Glasfryn Parc, cycling on one of the Peninsula's many bike paths, or hiking in Snowdonia National Park.
The Wheel House is a great place to stay if you're visiting this beautiful section of Wales.