This period property has been lovingly updated to offer a tasteful blend of old and new, perfect for a romantic getaway in North Wales.
Located in the seaside village of Nefyn on the Llyn Peninsula, this property is within easy reach of the unspoilt seafront, clean sea, sandy beach and renowned golf course. The village also boasts two local shops for your supplies, small food outlets, café, local brewery for tours or drinks and a surf school offering surfing and paddle board lessons on the beach. Keen walkers should set out along the Llyn Coastal Path, which leads to the Rivals to the east, Porth Dinllaen to the west, with the famous Ty Coch Inn on the beach around an hours walk from the property. A short drive will bring you to the interesting towns of Abersoch and Pwllheli, the Italian style village of Portmeirion and the castles of Criccieth, Harlech and Caernarfon.
Inside, this period property has been tastefully and carefully refurbished to offer fresh, contemporary accommodation with plenty of original charm retained. The kitchen is compact yet well-equipped and offers plenty of workspace for preparing delicious meals. Once prepared, dine in the charming lounge/diner, which features exposed ceiling beams, hardwood flooring and a cosy wood burner set into a fireplace. At the end of a long day on foot, this is a homely room in which to relax and unwind on the comfortable sofas in front of a film. This property offers two beautifully decorated bedrooms. One double and one single, each room has been presented in a fresh, Scandinavian style with white-washed floorboards and pastel soft furnishings. The bedrooms share a shower room and WC.
Outside, a pretty rockery patio with bistro style table and chairs is a peaceful spot for al fresco breakfasts and drinks. From here, steps lead up to a larger decked terrace with rattan furniture and a BBQ, offering a delightful private suntrap for relaxing afternoons.