Trem Enlli is part of a Victorian terrace built in 1875 and sat right on the seafront in Tywyn. This two-bed self-catering apartment offers uninterrupted views of Cardigan Bay to the west and the valleys and hills of Snowdonia to the east.
If you are looking for a holiday in Wales, then Tywyn really is an ideal base to explore the best of what this country has to offer.
The area is renowned for its natural beauty providing an ideal location for walkers, cyclists, climbers, fishing, surfing, sailing, kite boarding, bird spotting, golfing, and horse riding. Craig yr Aderyn, in the Dysynni valley, is a popular site for climbers offering 35 different routes of varying levels of difficulty. Is a gentle walk more your scene? There are a myriad of marked trails nearby which will appeal to both the enthusiast and those seeking a more family-friendly experience.
The nearby Dolgoch Waterfalls and Broad Water Lagoon have always proved popular with visitors and the famous Talyllyn Railway and Railway Museum is only a short walk from your holiday apartment.
If a more relaxing holiday is what you have in mind, then you may be interested to learn that the name Tywyn is derived from the Welsh words for beach or dune and Tywyn does not disappoint, boasting a Blue Flag beach (www.goodbeachguide.co.uk) which stretches five miles to Aberdyfi in the south. Keep an eye out for dolphins and porpoises - it's not unusual to see them on a daily basis in pods of up to 20 from early Spring through till Autumn, and so prepare yourselves a picnic, from your own self-catering apartment, and stake yourself a spot on the beach.
Do you have little ones to keep amused? Tywyn's leisure park is right behind the apartment and there is a children's play area next door together with a tearoom. So grab yourself something warm to drink, and maybe a snack, and sit and watch as your children burn-off some energy.
Please note that we are on the 3rd floor - but you don't get those views from the ground!
Whatever your holiday plans, we have it covered.