Beautiful detached, spacious traditional Welsh cottage, with large private garden, surrounded by farmland in all directions and distant sea view. Stunning location, situated near picturesque seaside Aberdaron, the 'Lands End' of Wales (2 miles, 5 minutes by car), on the unspoiled Lleyn Peninsula, a protected Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms + cot.
This very attractive detached cottage is decorated with a tasteful coastal theme, including many pieces of local pottery and paintings, and has comfortable, high quality furnishings. It is located in a rural setting amidst open farmland, and features stunning views across open countryside towards the sea in the distance. Ty’n Rhyd is within easy reach by foot, across adjoining fields, of a picturesque small cove, Porth Ysgo, and gives direct access onto the stunning Wales Coastal Path.
The comfortable, spacious yet cosy and very well-equipped accommodation consists of a fully-fitted kitchen (dishwasher, washing machine/dryer, electric oven/hob, fridge/freezer and microwave), with plentiful crockery and glassware, along with the main sitting room with feature inglenook fireplace with multi-fuel stove, and TV/DVD. Free Broadband/WiFi.
A second sitting room with TV ensures plenty of space for all the family. A splendid, south-facing sun room/dining room will entice you to spend many hours just drinking in the views, and in Spring time little lambs will poke their heads through the fence.
There are 3 Bedrooms - 1 Kingsize, 1 Double on the ground floor,and a charming Twin 'crog-loft' room upstairs with distant sea views, which is a haven for children. A beautifully fitted Bathroom with 'Mira' shower over the bath, hand basin, toilet, and heated towel rail completes the indoor accommodation.
Outside there is a large, fully-enclosed garden with a small 'babbling brook' stream, ample recreation space, and a choice of outside dining areas and BBQ. Private, secure parking for 2/3 cars.
All windows and doors are fully double-glazed. Modern electric heaters throughout ensure that the cottage is cosy all year round, and the multi-fuel stove in the main sitting room burns coal and/or logs, and provides a warming glow in the evenings . Bed linen and electricity are provided in the tariff.
This property has a 4 Star grading by the Visit Wales Tourist Board. Many guests return year after year to this little 'piece of heaven', where peace and tranquillity are assured in a timeless and natural setting, with wide-open skies, the cry of gulls and the distant glint of the sea.