Nefyn Holidays Ref. No. 201807
Set in open countryside, this recently refurbished stone house is situated in the hamlet of Rhoshirwaun, and is within two and a half miles of Porth Oer, a crescent-shaped beach owned by the National Trust, popularly known as ‘Whistling Sands’ because of the squeak or whistling sound the sand makes underfoot.
The beach at Aberdaron, a picturesque former fishing village at the western tip of the Llyn Peninsula is only 3 miles away, and from here, the more adventurous can take a boat trip over to Bardsey Island. With easy access to the all-Wales Coastal Path, it is also an ideal base for walkers. A menagerie of animals including a Shetland pony, a few rabbits, pet lambs and hens, and a large enclosed, sun trap rear garden with a sand pit and bespoke child-sized picnic set makes this is a children’s paradise.
Within the grounds there is also patio furniture and a charcoal barbecue.
Accommodation comprises: lounge with 42” TV, DVD, and an electric fire; large, recently-fitted, extremely well-equipped kitchen/diner/sitting room with a cast-iron multi-fuel stove, 23” TV/DVD, electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher etc.; and a cloakroom/toilet.
There is a twin-bedded room on the ground floor, and upstairs there are a further three bedrooms, including a football themed bunk room. On this floor there is also a shower room/toilet.
Bed linen, towels, Wi-Fi and all electricity costs included in the rental. Travel cot, high chair and two
stairgates available. An initial, complimentary supply of coal and logs is also provided and more is readily available nearby. A storage heater on the landing keeps away the winter chills, and there are several convector heaters available for your use.
Ample off-road parking for cars/boats. Two well-behaved dogs are most welcome.
SPECIAL OFFER: WE'VE CUT ALL OUR APRIL/MAY/JUNE PRICES BY £50.