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Part of a traditional Welsh long house on the beautiful Llyn Peninsula
Views across the meadows and mountains
French windows leading out into the cottage garden
A glimpse of the dining room
Roaring wood burning stove keeps the cottage warm as toast
The twin bedroom, there is a sweet double bedroom just across the landing too
Open-plan kitchen and dining area
Well-equipped kitchen
Neat downstairs bathroom
Bath
Plenty of workspace for rustling up meals
Elegant touches
Storage for nik-naks
Thoughtful touches
Cosy double room
1 / 15  Part of a traditional Welsh long house on the beautiful Llyn Peninsula
2 / 15  Views across the meadows and mountains
3 / 15  French windows leading out into the cottage garden
4 / 15  A glimpse of the dining room
5 / 15  Roaring wood burning stove keeps the cottage warm as toast
6 / 15  The twin bedroom, there is a sweet double bedroom just across the landing too
7 / 15  Open-plan kitchen and dining area
8 / 15  Well-equipped kitchen
9 / 15  Neat downstairs bathroom
10 / 15  Bath
11 / 15  Plenty of workspace for rustling up meals
12 / 15  Elegant touches
13 / 15  Storage for nik-naks
14 / 15  Thoughtful touches
15 / 15  Cosy double room

Ty Granary,

Pwllheli (4mls NE), North Wales

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Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
pets No Dogs
Complex of properties
Open fire / woodburner
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Quirky
Off the beaten track
Rustic
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RUSTIC ROMANCE NEAR THE SEA ON THE BEAUTIFUL LLYN PENINSULA

The cottage forms part of a traditional Welsh Longhouse, perfect for relaxing at the end of a day exploring. With a large rugged coastline and the stunning Snowdonia National Park within easy reach, the Llyn Peninsula is a fabulous base for an active holiday.

Long stretches of sand to be found on the Southern beaches and isolated crags and surfers bays on the Northern coastline. Abersoch's main beach is worth a mention as its super sandy and sheltered so great for learning to water ski, sail or wake board. When you've tired of the beaches then head off to the hills for a whole new perspective on the countryside. There are "starter" hills on the Peninsula itself, or head off into Snowdonia for summits to shout about. There is heaps of adventure to be had in this part of Wales, from world class sailing in nearby Pwllheli, fishing, go karting, Coasteering, Caving, mountains biking and spectacular walking for all levels on the Wales National Coastal Path and Snowdonia National Park.

The accommodation offers TWO bedrooms: 1 double, 1 twin. Bathroom: with bath with hand-held shower and WC, on the ground floor. Lounge: with woodburner, TV, DVD and French doors to the garden. Kitchen/diner: with electric oven and hob, fridge and washing machine. Outside: garden with outdoor furniture. Amenities: parking. Bed linen, electric oil fired radiators and Wi-Fi included. Additional info: Electric charged approximately £20 per week, payable direct with owners.Unfortunately there is no cot or highchair available at this cottage but you are welcome to bring your own. Regret no smoking. Regret no pets. Location: beach 5 miles and shop within 1 mile. Arrival: 4pm

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BEACH IT: Abersoch's main beach is worth a mention as it's super sandy and sheltered so great for learning to water ski, sail or wake board, or try Porth Neigwl Beach, aka Hell's Mouth as it's locally known has fabulous waves. Pebbly at the top it's worth a visit at low tide for the sand

WALKING : The Wales National Coastal Path takes you almost around the Peninsula, with a new National Trust Centre at Aberdaron, you can pick up plenty of info on the surrounding area too. Beyond the Peninsula lies the National Park of Snowdonia which prides itself on being the place for adventure in Wales!

BITES TO EAT: The Ty Coch Inn on the beach in Porthdinllaen is a well worth trying. Tafarn y Fic is a community owned pub just a couple of miles away, or splash out and visit Michelin starred Plas Bodegroes for some really fabulous nosh!

CASTLES & CULTURE: Welsh culture is very much alive on the Llyn Peninsula and you will hear Welsh spoken frequently in the shops. For a touch of history, the castles of Criccieth, Caernarfon and Harlech are well worth a visit, each in an impressive location.

ADVENTURE: There is heaps of adventure to be had in this part of Wales, from sailing in nearby Pwllheli, Coasteering, Caving, plus of course mountains biking and spectacular walking for all levels. Runners will enjoy (!) some of the great events which take place nearby, from the Welsh 1000's in June each year, to the Snowdonia and Anglesey Marathons - all of which the greatest of fitness tests

SLEEPS 2 - 4 : Two bedrooms, bedding included. A double bedroom and a twin.

RELAXING: Open plan living space with wood burning stove (logs available to order locally) and french windows leading out to the garden. soft seating, tv / dvd / radio / Wi-Fi. Farmhouse dining table, leading through to a small, well equipped kitchen.

COOKING: Fully equipped kitchen with fridge, washing machine, electric oven, ceramic hob and dining table.

BATHING: a family bathroom with bath, basin and loo. Please bring your own towels to this property.

OUTSIDE: Large private garden with outdoor furniture and parking.

TOWELS: Please provide your own towels. Bedding is included.

ELECTRICITY: There is a surcharge for electricity use at the cottage, an honesty book is in the cottage and the surcharge is dealt with directly with the owner. An approximate cost is £20 per week for normal usage.

PETS: Sorry, this is a pet free property KIDS: Really welcome, unfortunately there is no cot or highchair available at this cottage

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Part of a traditional Welsh long house on the beautiful Llyn Peninsula
Views across the meadows and mountains
French windows leading out into the cottage garden
A glimpse of the dining room
Roaring wood burning stove keeps the cottage warm as toast
The twin bedroom, there is a sweet double bedroom just across the landing too
Open-plan kitchen and dining area
Well-equipped kitchen
Neat downstairs bathroom
Bath
Plenty of workspace for rustling up meals
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WHAT OUR GUESTS SAY

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David, 28th June 2019

Cottage location was excellent but condition and cleanliness was poor. It appeared no one had habited the property for a number of weeks.

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Lavinia, 19th November 2018

A small, country cottage located very near to a well used road and attached to two other properties. Difficult to find as no clear signage at entrance. V good location for Snowdonia and the coast. Very low ceilings upstairs. Generally well equipped. Effective woodburner, plus electric heaters, keep cottage warm but could do with extra bedding in wiRead morenter. Many cafes etc closed during winter but, more far importantly, no crowds, no queues, no hassle! Hide

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